#SoCS for 3/31/18 ~ Bun

Well alrighty then, it’s time once again for #SoCS.   I am super excited that tomorrow is Easter. The Dubs will be celebrating a day early. Yippee!!

The lovely Linda has given us our prompt and without further ado, here it is:

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “bun.” Find a word that contains “bun” or use it as a word all by itself. Have fun!

Hmmm.  Bun.  Think, think, think!

I s’pose I could go with bunny and be Easter themed but I did that post yesterday.

And truth be told, the first thing that popped into this ole noggin when I saw the prompt was “Bun in the Oven”. Followed quickly by I love you Honey Bunny in this scene from Pulp Fiction.

At :42 you can hear Samuel L. Jackson and at 1:02 you can see John Travolta walk by.  Only in re-runs did I notice that.

People are always shocked when I say I enjoyed this movie.  Well, enjoyed may not be exactly the best description.  Grabbed my attention maybe?

I vividly remember going to the dollar theater after it been out a while.  No one would see it with me.  B does not care for QT.  And to be fair Pony was only six years old.  It was the second time I went to a movie solo.  The first time being to see Philadelphia.

The fiction in Pulp Fiction man.  I tell ya.  The way the story started at the end and loop-d-looped all around until we are back at the beginning.  All the sub-plots intertwined.  As a pseudo writer, I appreciate the chops it took to create this gem.  And several of you out there are looking at me all weird now.  But whatever.

Besides, bun in the oven … that ship, she has sailed waaaayyyy far away. To the end of the ocean.

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As always, more to come.

9 thoughts on “#SoCS for 3/31/18 ~ Bun

  1. Mary was weird about “Pulp Fiction”: She thought it was a great movie and wanted me to see it, but wouldn’t let me watch unless I started at the very beginning. I forget how many times I tried to sit down in the middle of it and she told me itr would ruin the experience.When I finally saw it all the way thru, I said “THIS is what you insisted I see from beginning to end?”

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    1. She and I are sympatico. And oh my gosh. Some parts were just wrong. I don’t like violence and it was everywhere in this film.
      Though the storyteller in me was drawn in and I wondered about using the style for something different.

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