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Vacation Time

So it's my vacation- the summer hollidays. More than that; I have been KF for the past few days.

Wait- I'll explain the acronyme...

Risky buisness is a 1983 movie starring Tom Cruise as a teenager being left at home while his parents are away on a trip. Cruise is casted as Joel Goodsen, the teenager who takes the chance to party and let loose during his parents absess.

Left alone in the wealthy northern Chicago suburbs with the family house and Porsche at his disposal, Joel, through his scheming friends, finds himself entertaining to-die-for lady-of-the-night Lana. After meeting Joel's enthusiastic friends, Lana spots a business opportunity, and suggests bringing in some of her equally stunning colleagues. Joel is aghast at such an idea, at least until the Porsche accidentally falls into Lake Michigan, requiring a quick infusion of ready cash.

In Swedish the title was "Föräldrafritt" (free of parents), that often is shortened to FF. Another meaning of FF could be "Frufritt" (free of the spouse).

KF then would mean "kid free" (BF- barnfritt).

So what does a guy do, suddenly alone in the apartement, in a city?
Party?
Have a get together with his friends and watch soccer games?
Play WOW all night long?
Something naughtier?

Noooooo!

To night I'm taking out my niece to see "Transformers"!

It's only the pizza box mountain in the kitchen that is a telltale of me actually having balls instead of brains. (c;

Ahh- I must be getting old... That's what time does to you!

2 Comments:

Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

ah enjoy the flick and the KF time my friend!!!!!!..pass the pizza crust eh?..grinz

Tuesday, 10 July 2007 at 00:30:00 CEST

 
Blogger pela68 said...

Surprisingly, the flick was actually quite good. Lots of nice CGI and the sound was extatic.

As a popcorn flick it was quite enjoyable.

Come here and I will make you a pizza!- Or Palt... heh!

Tuesday, 10 July 2007 at 19:48:00 CEST

 

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