We need to see more of this!
In the past, I have had a few dreams where all of my thoughts and dialogues with people have been in Mandarin Chinese. Last night was the first time I had a dream in Taiwanese. The strange thing is, I can’t speak Taiwanese because I can’t physically make the sounds.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of ‘D2: The Mighty Ducks,’ TIME spoke with the cast and crew to get the full story behind the making of the trilogy
The quack attack is back jack!
Everybody knows relationships change over time. But I didn’t anticipate my BFF friendships to evolve so significantly as we moved from our 20s to our 30s. It might just be me or it might be something more universally experienced—either way, I felt something shift. Perhaps the biggest change is the amount of time we spend together. In my early twenties, all we had was time. Whether they lived in another state or just down the road, we saw each other constantly. And we’d take trips together: Vegas, LA, Miami, AC, Newport, Dewey, Richmond. We used any excuse to hang: birthdays, job promotions, new boyfriends, it being Thursday. My high school BFFs and I did beach trips. We’d talk for hours and hours. We’d discuss work, the future, guys, the good ole days of high school. We’d laugh about life and sometimes we’d cry about it too. I’d meet my college BFFs in NYC or Baltimore and catch up over cocktails. We’d sneak out back for an obligatory …
North Korea was not very happy about their shenanigans.