Thursday, September 28, 2006

WE GOT YOUR BACK LITTLE G!

Our affiliates, dear virtual friends and sometime lovers, The Sargaals, are putting together a book of well wishes for the upcoming Gyllengaard and have called it (rather fantasically) Great Expectations. So if you'd like to send a message get over their pronto and submit your creative juices. VISIT HERE! It will reach Maggie and Peter as it is being given to Peter's mum, Judy.

Which brings me onto Jake Watch's gift for The Gyllengaard (it was all miffed's idea so she is getting the blame regardless of the fact she is still internet-less). There is a topic in the forum about it but seens as this baby will probably be in high school be the time we get our asses in gear, I'm giving those asses a shove. By this time tomorrow (7.30pm my time) I'm making a definite decision on what we're going to buy.

The options are:
a) Something charitable - plant a tree, save an acre of rainforest, yadda, yadda, yadda
b) Comedy animal - donkey, Anneka the brain damaged seal, marmoset, orangutang.

So get in the forums and make your opinion known or forever hold your tounge with a pair of brass plated Alice In Wonderland Nutcrackers.

I vote 100% comedy animal because this is Jake Watch, people, Jake Watch.

UPDATE
Man, I can't even keep to self-imposed deadlines. Right, decision is final - I'm buying an orangutang from the local zoo, stuffing it in a box and posting it to New York. Or, the legal and humane option: adoption.

We have a variety of comedy animals to choose from including:
BUFFY-HEADED CAPUCHINS
LION-TAILED MACAQUES
SPECTACLED BEAR
RED RIVER HOGS
PRZEWALSKI'S WILD HORSES
RED PANDAS
PRAIRIE MARMOTS
BONGO
...and the list continues in this vein for some pages more.

They're funny names but are they funny looking? I'm going to have to cross reference and get back to you.

122 comments:

kaydee said...

i too vote comedy animal whatever it might be.

Agnes said...

comedy animal gets my vote

cina said...

Yup, me too. Because we're wacko! :-)

only1annabel said...

Well I like the idea of something charitable but who am I kidding comedy animal it is!! I vote for a monkey that blows rasberries all the time! Or a parrot that can only say swear words! Or how about a goldfish...they make very good pets I have myself a little one called Gylle (Jilly) named after our favorite family!!

Anonymous said...

I vote comedy animal, too. Something rare, wonderful and unique. Something mischievous and joyful. Something wonderously beautiful that gives free rein to the imagination, something soft and furry to the touch... but with great pecs and abs and...oh, wait, baby already has one.

ATD said...

I do love the comedy animals, I mean, my Orang-utan that claps it’s hands and shakes it’s ass to Mambo Number Five keeps me amused for hours – but would you give something like that to your newborn if it was from people you really didn’t know?

Sorry to be different, but I think we’d do better with something charitable.

Anneka's Alias said...

Forget gold, frankinsense and myrrh. I think a brain-damaged seal is the perfect gift for a newly born infant. And I'm not biased.

Simon Agent 002 said...

They have those plastic fish which sing.
But that might frighten a small child?

shakes it’s ass to Mambo Number Five"

That may entertain the parents if nothing else.

smurfette said...

is there anyway we can combine the choices? comedy animal whose proceeds go to charity perhaps? i know we've all got wacky senses of humor here, but i somehow think maggie and peter would appreciate something charitable more...

amerita said...

I am with you Smurfette, the charitable gift would be something I would think Maggie Peter would appreciate more.

Anonymous said...

I vote for an OTTER - they're really useful.

SquallCloud said...

YAAAY Jakey has a new role and it's way better than any stupid cycling movie! I'm so happy. They need to get filming pronto so it can be out soon. It sounds really amazing too!

http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117950781?categoryid=13&cs=1&nid=2563

cina said...

YAY!! Thanks for the news squall! *does a little happy dance*

:-D

britpopbaby said...

but would you give something like that to your newborn if it was from people you really didn’t know?

We'd be adopting an animal through the WWF or a simliar organisation not giving them a toy animal - by comedy I meant some lesser appreciated animal, like donkeys.

All they'd get would be adoption papers.

Elle said...

YAAAY Jakey has a new role and it's way better than any stupid cycling movie! I'm so happy.

Just caught that one too, Squall and even though it says he is still in 'final negotiations' I am TOTALLY doing the happy dance here, cos it's listed as filming in MY COUNTRY.

Jake coming to South Africa? Whoo hoo hoo, that SO rocks!

http://today.reuters.com/news/articlenews.aspx?type=filmNews&storyID=2006-09-27T032323Z_01_N26385813_RTRIDST_0_FILM-RENDITION-DC.XML

alexa said...

A new movie? Wow, that´s some great news in the morning! I didn´t expect that at all. Sounds like a interesting story, too. And Reese Witherspoon is not so bad either.

And by far better than this lame Lance biopic.

JoyceDavenport said...

Great news- except i'm not so sure about the 'overseeing the torture of a suspect'bit. I'm no good with violence and am already not sure if I can face Zodiac- wish he would do something a bit lighter in terms of that aspect. Great that he has picked a serious and substantial movie tho' in keeping with his principles.

I vote for a donation to some kind of children's charity for the Gyllengaard I think it would be nice if the birth of Maggie and Peters baby brought some kind of benefit to less fortunate kids.

JoyceDavenport said...

BTW - really funny pic of Jake on IHJ with one trouser leg rolled up- WTF?
http://iheartjake.suddenlaunch.com/index.cgi?board=Pictures&action=display&num=1159331471

thesweetestone said...

Comedy animal all the way.....

thesweetestone said...

like, honestly, when did something charitable ever make anyone REALLY happy?

cina said...

@joyce: LOL! I was thinking the same thing!

jacknastygirl said...

i have crazy idea of collection of art..( our art?;) ) ...or just collection of something: Gyllengaard Collection ;)
it would be charitable and fun
how about the collection of weird things?

so i vote for charity

Kendra said...

Thanks for the news, Squallcloud!!Jake Gyllenhaal and Reese Witherspoon will topline New Line's Middle East political thriller "Rendition."
I had a presentment about Reese and Jake. Middle East conflicts are a must-see these days. And I also vote for a charity gift.

nice anonymous said...

As long as Jakey doesn't hurt himself on Reese's sharp little pointy chin when he's got to kiss her for one of the love scenes.

Anonymous said...

Political thriller? Too much politics is not good for one's health methink, and there's enough of that in the news daily. Haven't seen Munich and probably never will, and will probably also give this film a miss if it ever got made.

smurfette said...

We'd be adopting an animal through the WWF or a simliar organisation not giving them a toy animal - by comedy I meant some lesser appreciated animal, like donkeys.

i love this idea, bp! i heard they let you buy like a mule or something in some poor country, and the mule will help provide for an entire family somehow. anyone know what i'm talking about?

and i love this new movie, hope it happens (commented in the other section about it)

Anneka's Alias said...

"Haven't seen Munich and probably never will".

You totally should. Because The Wonderful Eric Bana(TM) gets totally naked. Thus suggesting good things for a political thriller starring Monsieur Jake.

kaydee said...

"You totally should. Because The Wonderful Eric Bana(TM) gets totally naked."

yeah, that's usually the reason i watch films - to see gorgeous men getting naked. it is soo profound of me

ATD said...

We'd be adopting an animal through the WWF or a simliar organisation not giving them a toy animal - by comedy I meant some lesser appreciated animal, like donkeys

Oh I see, my bad, read it all wrong.
Armadillo, nobody appreciates the Armadillo.

cina said...

I vote for the lion-tailed macaque, the spectacled bear or the red panda.

kaydee said...

are those real animals or you made it up, Brits?

if they are real, i like :

PRZEWALSKI'S WILD HORSES - they look like some half arsed horses, not completely grown up even when adult (kinda like me)

PRAIRIE MARMOTS - b/c they look silly with the teeth

or the Spectacled bear - i have no idea what it is, but sounds silly enough

Prophecy Girl said...

I vote for anything with "Buffy" in the name.

cina said...

Ah what the heck! I'm up for any of them really.

PG, I knew you were gonna vote for the buffy-headed capuchins! LOL ;)

britpopbaby said...

Yeah, I checked out the buffy things - they ain't so cute.

Tamarins might have to be looked into and also Coatis.

Anonymous said...

How about good ol' penguins!! (I'm a little obssesed with penguins :P)

Ok well, the Coatis look cute!

Nothing Really Matters said...

I vote for a Pussy!

Prophecy Girl said...

^^^ Ha ha! Actually, I'm changing my vote to the macaques because I enjoy monkeys and know these are a particularly entertaining breed. I don't have the slightest clue what a capuchin is anyway. :D

kaydee said...

http://www.colchester-zoo.co.uk/index.cfm?fa=research.detail&id=5

they are cute

kaydee said...

i sooo wouldn't like my baby to have a hog- it's disgusting (there was that disney series with it - pumba or smth, really disgusting). bongo is nice, but somehow not a comedy animal.

my personal fav is a spectacled bear or a capuchin

Anonymous said...

If you want cute monkeys, then marmosets are the ones to go for. Personally I like gibbons.

ATD said...

Kaydee, I agree you just can’t have a hog, but hey, Pumba can’t help being “aesthetically challenged” and he did give us Hakuna Matata

How disappointing was that Red/Pink Panda? I was expecting big bear that looked like a liquorice allsort, not some little racoon in drag makeup!

I have to agree with PG, the macaques are the way to go – they’re my role models!

kaydee said...

the red panda i googled was also apparently mentally challenged - or do they just have a generally stupid facial (?) expression? sorta like a cow...

Anonymous said...

OT: Doesn't Stephen have a poetry reading coming up in October at the Zinc Bar in SoHo???

Kendra said...

Ok, I also change my vote for a comedy creature like an Amazon Tití monkey, something hysterical in consonance with the whole hysteria.

britpopbaby said...

OT: Doesn't Stephen have a poetry reading coming up in October at the Zinc Bar in SoHo???

Yes he does - go to his webpage for more info or email PG cos she is going!

Katie said...

Has anyone checked out pangolins? My personal favourite.

http://www.pangolin.com/PangolinPic.html

Anneka's Alias said...

I also vote for the spectacled bear. Animals with specs need the most help 'cos opticians ain't cheap.

Also, the Capuchin sounds like something out of Harry Potter.

Anonymous said...

Someone please tell me what BONGO is - am I being dim?

kaydee said...

look for bongo here:

http://www.nashvillezoo.org/bongo.htm

also, Brits, i bet you didn't expect us to treat the comedy animal action quite so serious - i even made some research. ain't smth my teachers were ever able to force me to do.

Lily said...

Spandex strikes back!!!

http://tinyurl.com/py3vj

Anonymous said...

^^^ Shaved legs?!?

kaydee said...

yeah, omg shaved legs. i'm not going to think about it. have no idea why i even looked when i knew there will be spandex and other "attractions".

REALLY, JAKE, WHAT NEXT? LIPSTICK AND TIGHTS?

and here i was floating happily in a bliss of those wonderful NYC gyllenfamily pics

Anonymous said...

^It's hard to tell if they're shaved without the sunlight hitting his legs. The sun seems to be directly above him (notice the hairs on his arm in the sunlight, then how they're not visible in the shadow?). So, going by how long he's been biking til now (and not shaving) I don't think he suddenly started shaving. I think it's just that his lower body's in shadow.

Anonymous said...

anon 11:55 AM
totally agree....

smurfette said...

yo, first it was justjared, now another blog has mentioned/linked jakewatch! such fame =).

http://mynewplaidpants.blogspot.com/2006/09/before-departed.html

oh yeah, i'd be happy with any of the animal choices cuz they all have funny names-- provided they look just as goofy/cute as they sound. oooh, wouldn't it be cute/appropriate to attach some silly limerick or something to the card/gift about the gyllen-sarsgaard family/baby, with the animal in the poem? just an idea.

JoyceDavenport said...

If it's going to be an animal then I vote for the spectacled bear cos the are sooo cute. Also when when the Gyllenbaby goes crawling around the house and finds a picture and starts gurgling Peter will ask Maggie what brought that on and she will reply 'S/he come on a bear's whut happened'.

*Ducks to avoid the groans and rotten tomatoes*

britpopbaby said...

ain't smth my teachers were ever able to force me to do.

Very impressive kaydee! If only there was a 'life teachings of britpopbaby' class you could take? I mean it's available as a GCSE in the UK but I'm not sure the American education system would like it.

Bongo's sound funny but they just look like stripey goats.

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