Volume 95, Issue 47

Friday, November 23, 2001
 
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Tallman: a virtual success

Disc of the Week

Spageddy Eddy's knows pasta

Shits and Giggles

Kravitz wears no ice on his wrists

More like "Matthew Bad Band"

SHITS

The extinction of Maple Frosted Wheaties
– the best cereal to ever hit grocery store shelves and the second best thing to come out of a box since Lego.

Puddles
– the ones on Concrete Beach, and on the road by the bridge that all cars and buses wait to splash you with, the ones on UC Hill.

Drippy faucets
– rumour has it the annoying sound drives people insane. Drip...drip...drip...

Break-ups
– what do you mean you don't know why, sometimes things just happen? There's a reason for everything.

Rolling Stones's "People of the Year"
– Britney Spears? Sum 41? Did the dumb citizens of the State of Florida vote for these people too?


GIGGLES

Emm Gryner's, "Half Sorry"
– "I am happy for you, as happy as I can be burning alive." The best damn break-up song ever.

Falafels
– it doesn't matter how you say it, at $2.99 ($3.20 with tax), it's the best deal that CentreSpot has to offer.

Moms
– sometimes they suck, that's true. But there's nothing quite like that reliable motherly intuition. How do they "just know?"

Toques
– winter is fun because people dress funny.

Fleece blankets
– Dear Martha Stewart: When I don't think about your young sweatshop workers, your blankets keep me warm at night.



–Andrea Chiu




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