Sunday, March 8, 2009

Ashton Kutcher Style

So, I am sure my wife will be doing a post about the weekend we had with friends including late night board games, Dr Pepper, a trip to the Museum of Natural History and a lot of very tired people, as can be shown by the pictures below:


















This peacefully sleeping couple, having been lulled to sleep by the humm of the local metro north train, didnt know what they had coming:

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And the award for Best Lead Actor goes to.................................


...............................The Train Conductor

Best Supporting Couple - Mike & Kristin Jenson

Produced & Filmed By - Jared Stokes

Supporting Cast:

Guy Laughing Mid Way Through Prank - Ben Johnson

Innocent Bystander - Cynda Johnson

Girl Getting Jenson's Attention with High Pitched Laugh - Lindsey Stokes

Co Writers & Producers - Matt & Ami Moffitt

11 comments:

Jennifer Woodbury said...

AWESOME.

littlefamilyJLD said...

Pretty funny stuff!

Ami said...

That was such a fun weekend! I love how the conductor is saying, "Next stop, Cos Cob" over the loud speaker haha.

Aubri said...

Absolutely brilliant... though Kristin looks like she's about to kill you with laser-beams coming out of her eyes there for a second.

Wow. I'm so sad I had the flu and missed that...

Kristin, if you're reading this... you know we all love you right?

Good show... Jared, Ashton Kutcher would be proud (that one is from Thomas.)

The Bohne Family said...

That's the J. Stokes I remember. Nice work, deuce. Nice work, indeed. Jason

Cynda said...

Seriously that was the best part of the day. I don't think that movie will ever get old.

dustyperle said...

Hilarious!

Ryan and Jacquie said...

HILARIOUS!!! You guys crack me up.

The Arbuckle's said...

that was awesome.

Aubri said...

I gave you an award! Come check it out!

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