Hit or Miss Monday

Happy Monday y'all!

I am getting so excited for the holidays - the weather here in North Carolina is gorgeous - cool enough for light sweaters and boots.  I have to put on a hoodie in the mornings and by late afternoon, it's sunny and warm.  This year for the first time, fall might be rivaling summer for my very favorite season.  With the promise of Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner, I am finding myself stalking Pinterest boards of my family for gift ideas...are you planning to use Pinterest for any holiday gift giving this year?

I have to admit - tonight I poured myself a glass of Malbec and scrolled through our Hit or Miss board.  Some of it is really funny stuff, and I found myself the recipient of a few raised eyebrows from my husband as I giggled on the couch like a loser.

Anyway - here are our choices for this week's Hit or Miss.

My Hit:

My little brother was OBSESSED with this movie as a kid.  As a result, we watched it more times than I care to remember.  But seriously, it has some of the greatest one liners - How about, "Guys!  I'm eating junk and watching rubbish!" or "This house is so full of people it makes me sick. When I grow up and get married, I'm living alone. Did you hear me?  I'm living alone!  I'm living alone!"

Home Alone! 

My Miss:

I think googly eyes are creepy to begin with, so I'm not sure why you'd want them on your shoes or accessories.  I just imagine them rattling around and rolling and I'd be scared of myself!

Jamie's Hit: 

Okay this is my hit because it made me laugh out loud maybe (no one can prove it) snort a little bit. I have the urge to buy this for all the men I know to help out women everywhere. Why you ask? Well one, because it will let men get a SMALL taste of what it's like to deal with feminine hygiene products. Ick. Second, it will spare some of the gag reflexes of women of the world. Just saying. Christmas is coming ladies - this could be a great stocking stuffer ;)

And her Miss:

I am dedicating this miss to Miranda because of her deep LOVE for bacon (I jest, she hates it). Over the last year or so I've embraced canning and have tried to can a variety of things but I have to draw the line somewhere I've decided -- this is it people. I love bacon but hello, you take slimy, slithery bacon and wrap it in paper and cook it for an hour and then suddenly you have bacon to use later?? Isn't bacon a cured meat for a reason? Isn't it supposed to crispy and crunchy and brown?? Yup, here's my line... no canned bacon. Miranda, you can thank me later for not giving this to you as a Christmas present. 

What did you see this week?