Do you like blasphemy, bigotry, and stereotypes? Of course you do.Then you should see The Book of Mormon musical because it has all that, plus it is 100% politically incorrect.
Ugly Mug and I saw The Book of Mormon at the Pantages Theater this weekend (written by the creators of South Park) and there was hardly a minute that I was not
peeing my pants laughing. If anything, listen to the soundtrack. You will be simultaneously offended and thoroughly entertained.
In all seriousiness, it’s a great piece of musical theater.
I have a very offensive sense of humor; sometimes people are shocked by the jokes that come out of my mouth. I think some people may be too sensitive.
Now that I have convinced you that I am an awful person, come to brunch with me?
// Dress, Boots, Purse & Hat: Thrifted via Crossroads Trading Co //
Um, this outfit is entirely thrifted from Crossroads.
Call it obsession, but I cannot quit Crossroads. Or thrifting in general. Who else is addicted to thrifting? What are your favorite thrift or second hand stores?
Grub, in Los Angeles, is pretty much the best brunch spot for one reason: Free cereal. Forget bread or chips and salsa; I’d rather snack on a bowl of Fruit Loops, Cap’n Crunch, and Coco Puffs while I am waiting for my meal.
I’ve also heard there is a restaurant that caters only to cereal and grilled cheese in Pasadena. And one with just grilled cheese and cupcakes.
If you did not just drool, we are not friends.
And as you can see, I had a hard time deciding in what area to take photos. Ugly Mug puts up with a lot and don’t think for a second that I am not grateful for it.
All photos credit of Ugly Mug Photography
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