Friday, March 13, 2009

Why Don't You Come Up and See Me Sometime?


I heart Mae West and her double entendres. Click here for a priceless scene between her and Cary Grant. Note the difference between the actual line and the commonly quoted version found in my subject line.

I'm hopeful you can be had.

Had, that is, in the sense of coming over to see me at my other blog, Holly Forrest Teaches. I've been posting a veritable feast of food for thought over there, but only a few of you - thanks, Clay, Rachel, Emm, Erin and JaPRA! - have visited.

So consider this a personal invitation to you to come over and see me. Things will get pretty racy in a week or so as we examine Le Placard, a French comedy about a man who comes out of a closet he was never really in. Plus, he wears a big condom on his head! Don't miss the fun. Check out these posts - they're some of my favorites so far:

Class One - Dr. Seuss on WW II - Japanese Internment cartoons

Class Two - March 2: A New Religion Emerges in Response to Creationism

Class Three: A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste: Organizations That Promote Racial Equality


C'mon up and see me some time. I'll show you my etchings... or at least teach you a thing or two. Heh.

6 comments:

Lisa Wheeler Milton said...

I have been lurking, but quiet all week.

Excuse me while I check out the third installment.

Bee said...

As Cary Grant said, I've been busy . . .

but I'd love to come up and see you.

Jason, as himself said...

Racy? I'm there.

momiji said...

silent and sometimes over the head, but still reading you with pleasure

Fantastic Forrest said...

Lisa, Bee, Jason and Momiji - thanks for the love, you guys!

Just a Plane Ride Away said...

Great clip! You know, I think I need to watch more movies...