Thursday, August 11, 2016

Two Snowballs & a Ding Dong

"Anyone who could swallow two Snowballs and a Ding Dong 
shouldn't have any trouble with pride." 

Well said, Steve Guttenberg!

I realized while seeing the legendary 1980 Village People musical Can't Stop the Music on the big screen this past weekend that if I started doing "Life Lessons" posts for the film I would never be able to stop. It is chockablock with wisdom. I mean...

"Housework is like bad sex. Every time I do it I swear 
I will never do it again. Until the next time company comes." 

Ya see what I mean? Smarts! And I have to stop myself because I am ruining future post possibilities. But on the subject of the film, I also learned one extra thing watching it this time that I had missed (well besides the extraneous little person handing out apples on the street in one scene, wtf) -- during the end credits they revealed that they published a book to coincide with its release! Cut to me standing outside the movie theater ordering the book off of Amazon before I even made it to the subway. And voila in the mail last night...

If you know me in the real world then there's a good chance that you will be getting this book as a gift from me at some point in the future. Christmas, birthday, bat mitzvah, or just tossed in the incinerator with your corpse, I will be pushing this shit on everybody. I wish I had brought it to work with me today so I could've shared some behind-the-scenes pictures, but I didn't so that will have to wait -- and hell that gives me an excuse for another Can't Stop the Music post in the near future, so no harm no foul, friends. Until then let us entertain ourselves with this query...



joel65913 said...

I would have voted Guttenberg anyway (especially at his adorable peak) but any chance to vote against that fucking entitled deluded piece of shit Caitlyn Jenner is most welcome. Could there possibly be a worse spokesperson to represent transgender people? Ugh!

Forever1267 said...

I want to be your friend in real life, so that I can borrow that book! Amazing!