Want to hear an interesting story? No? Well, too bad! I found myself constantly bashing my Mom for watching The Lord of The Rings since forever. It kind of reminds me of how I discovered The Beatles once upon a time. Well, anyway, I recently discovered a few unknown bands to me that you probably wont find unless you know what your looking for. Such as, Nelson, Tyrant, Glacier, Y&T, and a few others. But of course, the Hair, and NWOBHM fan that I am, I'm a sucker for blonde, blue-eyed, long-haired, baby faced men (In the rocker world, not actor.... but it does apply sometimes! Haha).. anyway, I noticed the Nelson brothers and I turned to my Mom and was like, "Dude, these guys look like gay Gelflings!". My Mom looked at me like I was crazy. Then I revised that up a bit, and I said, "Never mind, it's more like that Elf dude off of Lord of the rings" (More like Elv, DON'T fret my fellow Nerd friends, I know better now!). My Mom was like, "Legolas?" saying it completely wrong, as in the accent. I said, " I don't know the guys name, do I look like a nerd to you?!" and that's when my Legolas, and Elv obsession started! So needless to say, The Lord of the Rings trilogy are the best movies I have ever seen in my life... I cried about one, two...... Fifteen times! It happened when I thought Gandelf died. IT happended when Boromir got shot with three arrows and continued to fight until his death, even though he tried to take the ring. I cried when Haldir in the second movie, got hacked in the chest and back by an Orc, and died... Even, the Ending of the third movie broke my heart in good, and bad ways. I don't think I ever could watch those movies ever again because they are sad and touched my heart deep down inside. I have dedicated myself in learning the Elven language and have written down a shite load of words and lettering in my notebook. Okay folks, that seriously was not a joke. I can't wait until the Hobbit movies come out, I am so pumped. Well, since I spilled out my life story on Orlando Bloom and so on and hence forth, I am done!