Thursday, April 22, 2010

Happy Birthday Sandra Dee!


That's right! It's the (66th, 68th, or 69th-- the correct year of her birth is slightly confused) anniversary of the day the talented and adorable Sandra Dee was born!

I utterly adore Sandra Dee. I think she was crazily talented...and completely underrated (SERIOUSLY! She stinkin' brilliant at comedy!)

I've been trying to type this next paragraph for almost a half hour now. I keep erasing what I've already written! I don't know what to say to explain what I'm trying to say!

I just think that she was so amazing, and most certainly does not get nearly enough credit! People ALL to often dismiss her as "The Queen of the Teens" (one of her nicknames by the way...and quite true). BUT SHE WAS SO MUCH MORE! Unfortunately, so many people don't realize that. (Evil song from Grease: I BLAME YOU!)

I always encourage people to watch her in That Funny Feeling, a really hilarious 60's screwball comedy, with Bobby Darin (her husband). Or Come September, a LITERALLY brilliant comedy filmed in gorgeous Italy and starring Rock Hudson, Gina Lollobrigida-- along with Sandy and Bobby!

Truth: I have never met nor heard of a person (even on blogs and internet message boards) who did not like Come September. THAT'S how amazing it/she is!

Sandra Dee was beautiful, talented, could fake a pretty good accent (Until They Sail), could fake some pretty good surfing, sing (OH YES! She could actually sing very well!), could someone how command the affection of everyone who ever even remotely knew her, look amazing in strange beadedish, gold outfits (see bottom of post), and star in some pretty stinkin' freaky Night Gallery's (check Hulu!).

Anyway, this post it going to drag on forever, because there is simply too much amazingness that is part of Sandra Dee! So, I think I better stop here (more Sandyness coming later!)

In conclusion (because this post had such a coherent beginning and middle): Sandra Dee was completely wunderbar. And that is final.

Happy Birthday Sandy!

A dorky little video I just made:



-Millie!

Friday, April 16, 2010

I should have KNOWN not to watch that movie...after reading it's title!

NOTE: I was looking through my drafts for something just a few minutes ago, and discovered this; WRITTEN VERY EARLY THIS MORNING. I don't remember writing it! SERIOUSLY. So, it's pretty random, and it ends abruptly, but I just HAD to post it! It's too hysterical. I'm sorry if some sentences don't make any sense! ;-D

Some people have a great knowledge of Dirk Bogarde, or Vivien Leigh, or silent films, or a crazy amount of underrated 40's stars - these people are "experts".

I too am an expert. A self-acknowledged expert. (The best kind of course! ;-D) An expert on dumb, random, mind-smushingly entertaining 60's films. SERIOUSLY.

If you are looking for the hidden psychological meanings in Gidget Goes Hawaiian or seven reasons why Dr. Goldfoot and His Bikini Machine is not THE worst movie ever made...I am your girl.

I mean, I'm not joking. I really do have seven reasons why Dr. Goldfoot cannot be the worst!

Anyway, I was thinking the other day (actually just a couples hours ago, but it sounds better to pretend I thought of it a week ago and just NOW found time to write it up...instead of me sitting around at 2am thinking about it and then going and immediately writing it up), that watching stupid films could EASILY be avoided - if I only paid slight attention to the titles. I mean, seriously.

One, has got to ponder whether sound thinking is going on whenever I watch, er I mean when I watched it that one time, Dr. Goldfoot and His Bikini Machine. Because it is really, literally about Dr. Goldfoot and His Bikini Machine. Except Dr. Goldfoot is played by the awe-inspiring Vincent Price having waaay too much fun being a complete ham, but that discussion is of course is for my 7 reasons post! ;-D

Or, The Wackiest Ship in the Army. Really?! Who the heck thought of THAT title. That's not even a stinkin' American International Picture. Columbia has no excuse. But, that has Jack Lemmon and Joby Baker, so it's actually pretty cool. But still, the title leaves much to be desired. "Wackiest"?! I could have gone a little more for "Craziest", and even that would just be bad title-writing skills.

And of course there ARE all those AIP movies. AIP LOVED putting the, um, wackiest titles EVER to their films. Especially their Beach Party films. You've got everything from Beach Blanket Bingo to Muscle Beach Party to (my personal favorite title) How To Stuff a Wild Bikini. The oddest quality about AIP movies is that their titles are LITERAL; not figurative or "meaningful".

The main plotline (well sorta main, it gets a little confusing) of How to Stuff a Wild Bikini is this: Frankie's off on some south-sea island in the navy (?!). Buster Keaton is the witch doctor he hires to make sure Annette is faithful to him. Buster conjures up a "magic bikini" over on the beach, which magically makes all the beach kids together want to sing suddenly about it (John Ashley even gets a magical electric guitar, which he proceeds to not-to-convincing "play"). Of course there are about a zillion subplots, each having nothing to do with the other, but I don't want to spoil the fun! You'll have to watch it for yourself! ;-D

Of course the ENTIRE inspiration for this post was the "film" I watched tonight: Sergeant Deadhead.I should have REALLY been warned by the title. But, I simply couldn't resist (I was SUPER-bored, okay! And working on a project at the same time!) The Hulu reviews were not promising, seems nobody had actually made it all the way through; most gave up at the ten minute mark. I was ready to give it up after four and a half minutes. But, I was working so steadily on my finger puppet, I did not take the time to reach up and change it (AND I WAS REALLY BORED). I'm not quite certain what happened for the rest...I blacked out. I vaguely remember Frankie Avalon going up to space with a chimpanzee, and there suddenly being two Frankie's, and Deborah Walley being annoying, but I MAY have dreamed all this! I don't clearly remember coming back 'till the ending, when there was an advertisement to see Vincent Price in the upcoming, wait for it, Dr. Goldfoot and His Bikini Machine. (I'm seeing how many times I can get that movie title in here! ;-D).

Okay, I'm done messing with the classics of this wunderbar 60's sub-genre: films to slowly and literally lose your mind to, but are such fun as you're losing it!

No, seriously, I love my mind-smushing movies! I own the complete Gidget AND The Frankie and Annette Collection, sooo. Um. Yeah.

I don't even recall the meaning for this post, haha, so, I guess this is it! Good night! And be sure and go watch Dr. Goldfoot and His Bikini Machine. YOU'LL HAVE NO REGRETS. I assure you! ;-D

-Millie!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Kate and Millie's Brilliantly Insane Evil Asthmatic Survey (non-asthmatics MAY participate)




That's right. Right on the heels of (well, actually more like 8 miles behind) the brilliant successes of Matthew and Amanda's respective classic film surveys, Kate and I undertook to create our own.

We both contributed questions. Kate's questions are first, I THINK it should be pretty obvious when my questions begin (PICK KID CURRY!), ahem, anyway. We hope you participate in this survey. It should give a clear understanding of JUST what it's like to live: brilliant, insane, evil, and asthmatic. 'Tis a difficult life to be sure. ;-D

First my own personal answers (I knew you wouldn't be able to do anything else without reading these first! ;-D); and then at the bottom, the questions in a "easy to copy and paste" format.



Which actors do you always (or did you always) mix-up?
(For example: Millie's tendency to confuse William Powell and Clark Gable when she was a thirteen, er, four year-old? Yes, I am talking in the third person.)

Well, really, I'll just use the example. It's quite correct. My favorite films at the age of four were: My Man Godfrey and It Happened One Night. I couldn't for the life of me remember who was who. I blame the mustaches.


Gidget or Beach Party?

This one is rather cruel...but not TOO difficult. (If that sentence doesn't make sense: I'm sorry! It's late. And I was just reading some Yeats.) I own the complete movie series of both, I love two of the Gidget's. Hate the other one. I mind-smushingly enjoy mostly all of the Beach Party's (believe me, there is a SCARY amount of them!). But, Gidget has it. She has it! GIDGET IS STINKIN' SANDRA DEE. No one competes with Sandy for title of Queen of the Beach Teens. Seriously. I also have an odd and utterly unhealthy fascination with Gidget Goes Hawaiian. No Sandy, no plot, no non-corniness is to be found; but I seriously can quote it line for line! This is not meant in any way to take away from Frankie + Annette, because they are cool too!

Favorite Movie Outfit?

Tie. Pink outfit from The Moon-Spinners and the Black Lace amazingness from How to Steal A Million. Worn by Hayley Mills and Audrey Hepburn respectfully.

If you could be ANY character in ANY movie...who would you choose?

I am tempted to say the two characters from the above question, it would be utter fun to be both! But, I think most of all, I would want to be Carole Lombard....in anything. Something about her and the way she played all of her characters. She was gorgeous, hilarious, intelligent, all-around perfect, etc.


If you could marry ANY character in ANY movie...who would you choose? (Excluding any Dana Andrews' characters. Seriously. Don't even think about it.)

I have no idea. Really. Seriously Kate, why do not just make multiple choice questions!? ;-D

If you could live in ANY movie...which would you choose?

I answered this question for a contest once....The Parent Trap. Twin sister, cool 60's clothes, sabotaging crazy would-be-step-mother. Yes, this could be fun. Plus, this film only gives me happy memories.

Black & White movies you wish were in Technicolor, or vice-versa?


Hmm, I would love to see Roman Holiday in color. I mean, I LOVE the black and white. It's gorgeous. But, can you just imagine the breath-takingness of Rome and Audrey in color?

Favorite Movie Soundtrack?


This one is so stinkin' hard. Especially because I adore musicals so! I think MAYBE, Kiss Me Kate. I sing its songs constantly. Wunderbar, I Hate Men, Brush Up Your Shakespeare, Too Darn Hot, In My Fashion, We Open in Venice, So In Love, Were Thine That Special Face. The songs are brilliance. I mean it IS Cole Porter!



Favorite Movie Dance Sequence?


Another hard one. I do believe the prize must go to The Barn Dance from Seven Brides For Seven Brothers. It's "magical" (ahahahah!).



Coolest Movie Star?
(Cough, cough, BOBBY DARIN, cough, cough)



Oh my, I see that I have already answered this question. Definitely Bobby Darin. He just is. They don't call him "the divine god of cool" for nothing. (Actually, it's only me that calls him the divine god of cool. But still.)



Sophia or Gina (Oh, how Kate enjoys replaying Gina's sad defeat OVER AND OVER!)

"I'm Italian! ....I DON'T HAVE TO MAKE SENSE!" <-- Pretty much sums up why Gina is so spectacularly cool. (See: Come September)

"Isn't It Romantic" in most Billy Wilder films, or "Red River" in most John Ford films?

"Oh, Sabrina, Sabrina....where have you been all my life?"

"Right over the garage."

Awwww. Oh, um, well, yeah. I'm rather partial to the former. ;-D

If you could re-cast ANY role in ANY movie, what would it be?

North By Northwest. Ingy instead of Eva Marie Saint.


Favorite movie character with your first name?


Since my real first name is a sworn secret, we'll go with my favorite Millie (which incidentally WAS going to be the subject of a post, so you guys are gonna have to kinda forget this right after you read it. And comment. ;-D)

Favorite Millie is: Millie Helper. The Dick Van Dyke Show.

Favorite movie Millie is: Milly Pontipee. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers!


One movie that should NEVER be remade? (under THE THREAT OF A SLOW, PAINFUL DEATH!)

Gidget.

OH WAIT. I FORGOT. They are already taking my beloved beach movie with the talented and adorable Sandra Dee and remaking it with MILEY CYRUS AND ZAC EFRON.

My life is nearing an end.

Actor or Actress who you would love to be best friends with?


Audrey Hepburn. Or Ingrid Bergman. Or Carole Lombard. Or so many other amazing actresses. I just don't know.

Are you an Oscar or a Felix?


A bit of both. I like to tell people that there is always an eternal struggle going on inside me. Both conflicting ideas and thoughts fighting it out....mostly with Oscar winning. BUT OH WELL! Haha!

Actor/Actress you originally hated and now love?


Not a lot of choices here. If I like an actor I'll defend them to the death. But, if I don't....well you may note the gravestones of Jimmy Stewart, William Shatner, Katherine Hepburn, Marlon Brando, etc...

But, anyway, Humphrey Bogart. Couldn't stand him for much of my childhood. The ending of Sabrina has never exactly sat well with me...

But, Casablanca came along and all was forgiven. He was cool again. And he let Ingy go off with The Cool Voice, so yeah.

Actor/Actress you originally loved and now don't like?


Hmmmm. The thing with me, is when I hate. I hate IMMEDIATELY. Of course in my young childhood...I rarely hated, but I was indifferent to some (Katherine Hepburn for example) and didn't LOVE them. I really can't think of one person I used to love and now don't like.

Favorite performance that was looked over by Oscar?
(Not to be confused with the aforementioned Oscar of Felix fame.)

DANA ANDREWS WAS NEVER NOMINATED. I think Laura (understated, nuanced acting at its best), Best Years of Our Lives (clearly the greatest performance in that film), and The Ox-bow Incident (Wow.) ALL deserved Oscars.

Bewitched or I Dream of Jeannie?

For a devoted fan of classic TV, I regret to say, I have seen neither. EEEEEEKKKK! I will start soon though. I promise.

Hannibal Heyes or Kid Curry?
(Hint for those who don't know who they are: pick Kid Curry.)

The Kid = one of the coolest TV characters EVER. Obviously he wins. I love Heyes! BUT NOT IN ANY WAY AS MUCH AS I LOVE KID. Seriously. And plus, crazily, everyone loves Heyes more?!!? I explained this to some of my Non-fleshies...and got them to watch an episode (or eight) with me. TRAITORS.

They all love Heyes too. No idea why. I think they are just trying to drive me to slow insanity.

Favorite Style Icon: Fred Astaire or Cary Grant?

This one is tough. I had a Most Stylish Actor poll a few months ago, and Fred and Cary tied with a resounding lead.

Hmm. As much as I completely adore Fred's style. Cary, aka he-who-wears-polka dots-and-stripes, wins for me by just a slight amount!


Single most favorite movie scene EVER?


Oh my gosh. I can't even think. I think it MAY be a toss-up between the final scene in Laura, the opening scene in Rebel Without a Cause, this scene in High Society, the "hall of mirrors" scene in Lady From Shanghai, and the "You can stick Hitler on the funny pages!" scene in His Girl Friday. Among others.


Movie you really "should" see, but have subconsciously been avoiding for who knows what reason?

Lawrence of Arabia. I've seen bits and pieces of it. But long films frighten me. I think this comes from watching too many 89min Beach Party movies, who knows?! I AM committing to see this. Soon. Hopefully.

Also: On the Waterfront. Watching Marlon Brando act makes me want to go strangle cute little puppies. I don't know why! ;-D


Movie quote you find yourself most often repeating in real life?



Half of what I say IS movie quotes. My most oft used quote is PROBABLY: "I will go....but I MUST be fed!" From the completely brilliant Alastair Sim version of A Christmas Carol (Scrooge).

Also, it's kind of hysterical, but whenever anyone says: "This is MURDER!" or "You're telling me!" I automatically say, "You're in the groove, Jackson!". If I'm with my younger brothers, and someone says one of those things (in normal conversation) one of us will say one of the others and another one of us will say the third (is this confusing!? ;-D). It comes from The Road to Rio.

And, if there is ever an awkward pause in a conversation, I often find myself saying out loud in a stilted, poetic voice: "Last night I dreamt I went to Manderly again..."

Needless to say, it worsens the awkwardness.

50's Westerns or 60's Spies? (I can't even answer this myself...but you have to! MWAHAHAHA!)


This is of course forcing me to choice between, Josh Randall...and The Saint. The Cartwrights...and The Avengers. It's just too hard. Thankfully, there is a show that bridges the gap, the all-around brilliant 60's sci-fi, spy western: The Wild Wild West

Favorite splashy, colorful, obnoxious 50's musical?


Too hard. I mustache this genre FAR too much. I think I would MAYBE have to go with Annie Get Your Gun. Splashy, colorful, obnoxious, and brilliant.

Favorite film setting (example: Rome, Paris, Seattle, Siberia, Chile, Sahara Desert, etc)

Seattle/Washington. No doubt. Although, it is used more often in modern films than classic ones, sadly.

Alternate: London is always good for being cool, or happy, or atmospheric (I don't even know what that means, but London is! ;-D). Although, I've never gotten out of Heathrow Airport, I have spent approximately two days there in different layovers, so it's safe to assume I AM AN EXPERT on London. Hahaha! But, seriously, it's probably the nicest smelling airport I've ever been in. AND free internet. And great tea. But, I feel like I'm leaving the main point here so...

If you could own the entire wardrobe of any film, which would it be?

Come September, That Funny Feeling, How to Steal a Million, Sabrina, To Catch a Thief, or The Moon-Spinners.

Carol Burnette
or Lucille Ball?


I really just want to declare it a tie. I have been watching I Love Lucy since before I can I remember, yet Carol Burnett is also brilliantly funny. And they BOTH can make me laugh out loud hysterically!

Favorite Voice. Ever. Period?

I love voices. I have a series going on right now about my favorite voices. I have hundreds of second places. But, just one voice can fully claim first place:

Fred Astaire.

His voice. His speaking voice, literally just makes me happy. If I was given the choice of never hearing him talk...or never watching him dance...I would have to go for giving up his dancing. THAT is how much I love his voice.

Favorite movie that takes place in your home-state?



Another time, another place, I probably would have told you The Egg and I, but just a couple months ago, I discovered THAT IS TAKES PLACE IN NEW YORK. WHAT?! This is strange, given the fact that the book, a true story, takes place in Washington. Also, in later Ma & Pa Kettle's it is clear they live in Washington. The town they live in is on the Northern Coast of Washington. There are road signs pointing to Seattle and Olympia. So apparently, Ma and Pa moved their entire house across the country after the first film.

Whoa. HAHA! I'm sorry. I'm just a little bitter. ;-D

Anyway, NOW I would have to tell you: The Slender Thread. I saw it for the first time a month or so ago. It's beautiful. Filmed on location in Seattle, it really captures the feel of the city in the 60's. Very times-capsuleish!
Which actors would you want for relatives? (Mother, Father, Grandma, Crazy Aunt, annoying cousin, older brother, etc...)

Mother: Doris Day

Father: (Stealing this from Kate) Alastair Sim in Stage Fright, Gregory Peck

Grandfather: Alfred Hitchcock. He would so be the coolest Grandpa...ever.

Grandmother: An older Lauren Bacall. I'm picturing her in All I Want For Christmas.

Uncles: Orson Welles (he would be the Uncle who shows up once every three years, BUT BRINGS TONS OF COOL PRESENTS! Also, he would probably randomly decided to take you on a trip to China with him or something), Cary Grant (he would always show up...and brings tons of cool presents), Bobby Darin (cool Uncle), Fred Astaire (best Uncle ever.)

Aunts
Normal: Joanne Woodward (cool, artsy Aunt), Irene Dunne (Hilarious. Also, would probably remember everything about you and what your favorite flavor of ice cream was, etc), Rosalind Russell (same)
Crazy: Ava Gardner (Kinda crazy, but really nice), Bette Davis (I don't even know.)

Cool older brothers: Jack Lemmon (the nice older brother who drives you to the store to buy licorice and pop), James Dean ("sensitive", poetic, really funny), Robert Montgomery (the one who comes home and then everyone rushes around him, willing to do whatever he wants - you're just glad he's home for once). Can you tell I have older brothers?! ;-D

Hilarious older sisters: Audrey Hepburn (perfect. In every way. sheesh!), Ingrid Bergman (the super-hilarious, "witty one"), Carole Lombard (the "cool" one, hilarious, artsy, fun), Sandra Dee (completely just fun...and really nice), and Hayley Mills (always willing to help you out and also hysterically funny). I also have two hilarious, cool, nice older sisters.

Cute little brothers: Jerry Mathers in The Trouble With Harry.

Annoying cousin: Mickey Rooney in just about anything! (But, I still think he's cool! ;-D)


That's it. All pseudo-brilliant things must come to an end! Thanks for reading and REALLY, please take the survey! Boost some blogger-esteem! ;-D

-Millie!



Which actors do you always (or did you always) mix-up? (For example: Millie's tendency to confuse William Powell and Clark Gable when she was a thirteen, er, four year-old? Yes, I am talking in the third person.)

Gidget or Beach Party?

Favorite Movie Outfit?

If you could be ANY character in ANY movie...who would you choose?

If you could marry ANY character in ANY movie...who would you choose? (Excluding any Dana Andrews' characters. Seriously. ;-D)

If you could live in ANY movie...which would you choose?

Black & White movies you wish were in Technicolor, or vice-versa?

Favorite Movie Soundtrack?

Favorite Movie Dance Sequence?

Coolest Movie Star? (Cough, cough, BOBBY DARIN, cough, cough)

Sophia or Gina (Oh, how Kate enjoys replaying Gina's sad defeat OVER AND OVER!)

"Isn't It Romantic" in most Billy Wilder films, or "Red River" in most John Ford films?

If you could re-cast ANY role in ANY movie, what would it be?

Favorite movie character with your first name?

One movie that should NEVER be remade? (under THE THREAT OF A SLOW, PAINFUL DEATH!)

Actor or Actress who you would love to be best friends with?

Are you an Oscar or a Felix?

Actor/Actress you originally hated and now love?

Actor/Actress you originally loved and now don't like?

Favorite performance that was looked over by Oscar? (Not to be confused with the aforementioned Oscar of Felix fame.)

Bewitched or I Dream of Jeannie?

Hannibal Heyes or Kid Curry? (Hint for those who don't know who they are: pick Kid Curry.)

Favorite Style Icon: Fred Astaire or Cary Grant?

Single most favorite movie scene EVER?

Movie you really "should" see, but have subconsciously been avoiding for who knows what reason?

Movie quote you find yourself most often repeating in real life?

50's Westerns or 60's Spies? (I can't even answer this myself...but you have to! MWAHAHAHA!)

Favorite splashy, colorful, obnoxious 50's musical?

Favorite film setting (example: Rome, Paris, Seattle, Siberia, Chile, Sahara Desert, etc)

If you could own the entire wardrobe of any film, which would it be?

Carol Burnette or Lucille Ball?

Favorite Voice. Ever. Period?

Favorite movie that takes place in your home-state?

Which actors would you want for relatives? (Mother, Father, Grandma, Crazy Aunt, annoying cousin, older brother, etc...)

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Photo of the Day!


Hey, sorry I've been gone for SOO long! It's really been killing me! A combination of school, work, sickness, birthday, etc. Haha! But, I'm back now!

Hopefully within the next week or so you will see a new post in the following series: Lovely Lady of the Week, They Could Read the Phonebook to Me, The Underrated Genius of The Monkees, and a brand new series (because I REALLY needed it! ;-D).

ALSO, TOMORROW, CRAZY AMAZINGNESS. HERE AND AT KATE'S. YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS IT. BE EXCITED.

{Mary Tyler Moore looking crazy-cool. Literally. In an episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show.}

Thursday, April 1, 2010

7 Reasons Why I Can't STAND Ingrid Bergman!


Seriously! I can't BELIEVE I used to call her my favorite actress! WHAT WAS I THINKING!?!?!?

7} That voice. I mean seriously, I know she was in a couple of Swedish movies, but that's NO excuse for milking it for all it's worth. I swear! I think she used the accent in EVERY single film!

6} The eyes. Darting back and forth, back and forth. It gets a little creepy. I mean, in Gaslight her eyes look almost CRAZY!

5} She spent all her time trying to make people like her. I mean, obviously, since everyone who ever knew her adored her!

4} The whole "Everyone says I'm a gorgeous, natural goddess, but I'm such a gorgeous natural goddess I didn't even realize it" shtick. SERIOUSLY.

3} Having the AUDACITY to star in Cactus Flower, when she was 54, playing a part 20 years younger! I don't care that she ended up being "perfect" and "brilliant". It was egotistical and self-indulgent of her to agree to star in the first place!

2} THREE OSCARS?! She got three, but Annette Funicello was NEVER even nominated....WHAT?!

1} She somehow made everyone believe she was amazingly cool, practically perfect, beyond gorgeous, and brilliantly talented. Well, she may have fooled everyone else, but she's NOT FOOLING ME!

These are the reasons why I completely cannot stand OR tolerate Ingrid Bergman. Just forget that she was ever my favorite actress!

-Millie

Hahaha! This isn't even a good April Fools, I COULD have made it slightly believable....but this was kinda more fun! ;-D

16 Years Of Watching Classic Movies!

...Okay, TECHNICALLY, 16 years of doing anything at all.

Haha! My mom actually watched the 1940 Pride and Prejudice with me the very day I was born!

Other people sometimes say, "Well, I was watching classic film before I learned how to walk!" I say, "Well, I was watching classic film before I learned how to breathe! TAKE THAT!" ;-D

Okay, this post is really unnecessary and more than a little self-indulgent, but oh well! ;-D

I just really wanted to thank everyone who has been wishing me a happy birthday on Twitter! And especially thank you ever so to:

Kate (Some brilliant photoshopped amazingness!)

Nicola (BOBBY/SANDY PICSPAM!)

And Sarah (see below)

for their BEYOND splendid birthday posts!

Sarah being Wowzie Kazam amazing:





I seriously keep watching the second video OVER AND OVER AND OVER, because the creeper birthday song is slightly addicting! ;-D

Thanks so much everyone! You are the best!

-The Millie

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