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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Foreplay Thursday

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Ok So I couldn't find anything that Rhymed with Thursday  :) wounder if  I Should Switch It ROFL :)

I Have To Share This :)

ROFL Whililst listning to the Breakfast club online a got a pop-up for this and thought i would share :) Too Damn Funny LOL

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 LOL The 70's Show one would be funny as Fuck  ( no pun intended )

Misunderstood Songs

This one. This one had to be done.

Misunderstood Song #5: Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds

What People Think: It’s based on a picture John Lennon’s son drew of his classmate Lucy (in the sky with diamonds).

The Truth: I know it’s a frequently-denied, controversial topic, but this song for me will forever be about drugs.

I’ll buy that maybe a kid drew a picture. I’ll even buy that he made it about Lucy in a sky of diamonds. But I won’t believe that nobody noticed the LSD thing. I know

the Beatles all deny it vehemently, but I won’t believe that there’s just no trace of drug in this song.

I mean, I’ve never done a single illegal drug in my life, or even seen one, and I’m able to pick up on the druggyness of this song.

    Picture yourself in a boat on a river,
    With tangerine trees and marmalade skies
    Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly,
    A girl with kaleidoscope eyes.

    Cellophane flowers of yellow and green,
    Towering over your head.
    Look for the girl with the sun in her eyes,
    And she’s gone.

Cellophane and kaleidoscopes and slowed down time?

    Follow her down to a bridge by a fountain
    Where rocking horse people eat marshmallow pies,
    Everyone smiles as you drift past the flowers,
    That grow so incredibly high.

And I know you’ve heard this song, and how very heaavily “high” is emphasized there. They can’t not have known. They can’t not have known. Every kid who bought the

album and ran home to listen recognized it right away.

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Sure. This is completely sober. 
It’s not not about drugs. The people who think drugs had nothing to do with it and it was all Lewis Carrol and Children’s Drawings just might be under the influence themselves. 
In Conclusion: This doesn’t mean I don’t like the song.

This one’s a little mild.

Misunderstood Song #4: Fortunate Son

What People Think: I don’t really know. All I know is that I hear it a lot during the credits/trailers of movies that it doesn’t seem to apply to at all.

The Truth: It’s not really terribly patriotic at all, so I’m not sure why it pops up like it does.

    Some folks are born
    made to wave the flag,
    Ooh, they’re red, white and blue.
    And when the band plays “Hail to the chief”,
    they point the cannon right at you.
    It ain’t me,
    it ain’t me.
    I ain’t no senator’s son.
    It ain’t me,
    it ain’t me.
    I ain’t no fortunate one.

Basically the song’s about being drafted to Vietnam and how unlucky that was. I know it played during the credits of the latest Die Hard movie and it’s been in a few

others too, including one I think about a NASCAR racer. I think it may have showed up in like, one Vietnam war movie.

I think it’s because the first few lines contain the words “flag” and “red white and blue” and then he starts his yelling/singing thing and people just stop listening

so they figure they can just throw it into American themed stuff.

In Conclusion: I know it’s underwhelming, but I do kind of wish I knew what exactly people think this song is about.

When it comes to a negative song being mistaken for a positive song, I could just say look here and pop off for the day but I will not. Instead I wrote another one.

Misunderstood Song #3: Good Riddance

What everyone thinks: That it’s a happy farewell song. Great for graduations.

The truth: GAH just look at the title! It’s a snarky break-up song to an ex-girlfriend.

The problem is, radios promoted this song under the title “Time of Your Life,” which that Greenday guy said was a far too “level-headed” title for it.

Most people on the street know it as their prom song, “Time of Your Life,” a sweet sappy goodbye. Rethink. Its proper given title is “Good Riddance.”

“Good Riddance.”

Now replay the lyrics, with the title and the context (a break-up) in mind.

    So take the photographs, and still frames in your mind
    Hang it on a shelf in good health and good time
    Tattoos of memories and dead skin on trial
    For what it’s worth it was worth all the while

    It’s something unpredictable, but in the end it’s right.
    I hope you had the time of your life.

        They’re a wee bit bitter now that you think of it aren’t they?

        In Conclusion: Think about context before you ever play this song again. Graduation? No. Prom? No. Break-up? Yes. Glad to see someone leave forever? Yes.  I mean, it’s Good Riddance for crying out loud. BTW GREEN DAY SUX and so does that song unless it is used for good :)

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We need a little love up in here.

Top Misunderstood Song #2 – The Number of the Beast

What Everyone Thinks: It’s a Satanic song! It celebrates Satan, and is BAD.

The Truth: It is not bad. It is awesome.

The song isn’t so much in celebration of Satan as it is in terror of him. Basically, the guy has witnessed a Satanic ritual, though whether it’s in real life or a

dream is uncertain…

    What did I see? Could I believe? That what I saw
    that night was real and not just fantasy

    Just what I saw in my old dreams were they
    reflections of my warped mind staring back at me?


    Torches blazed and sacred chants were phrased
    as they start to cry hands held to the sky
    In the night the fires are burning bright
    the ritual has begun Satan’s work is done
    666 the Number of the Beast
    Sacrifice is going on tonight

    This can’t go on I must inform the lord
    Can this still be real or just some crazy dream?

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While somewhat scary, this image is one of the milder examples of terrifying 80’s hair.

Ultimately, the storyteller is so freaked out that he goes to tell the authorities what’s happening, but gets sucked into the madness and oh no what now.

But that’s the thing. It’s not, hooray! Rituals! It’s, Oh, no. Rituals.

The thing about Iron Maiden is, they spend a lot of time singing about history, or being afraid. If you’re scared of the devil, you might relate to The Number of the Beast.

I can understand this kind of confusion ‘way back when this first came out and there was no Google to check the lyrics. But it’s now time to look closer. We have the internet.

In conclusion: If Bruce Dickinson and Judy Garland had a baby, that baby’s vibrato would surely be strong enough to shatter even the strongest foundations of the world.

Most Misunderstood Song #1: Sweet Home Alabama

What everyone thinks: It’s a song about Alabama, which makes a pretty sweet home. Maybe it’s the state anthem or something.

The Truth: It’s pretty much anti-anti-racism. That’s racist, for those following along.

Let’s have a history lesson. Once upon a time African Americans were segregated in the US. This was a hugely dumb idea, and so a law was passed to integrate our

society. Unfortunately, the racism didn’t stop there. Alabama was notably hesitant in its movement forward.

Niel Young saw this racism going on and said to himself, that’s a pretty lame thing. And so he wrote two songs: Southern Man and Alabama. They basically said, hey.

Stop that racism thing. Also you should apologize for being a jerk, Alabama.

Was it wrong of him to pick specifically on Alabama? Maybe. But the Band Lynyrd Skynyrd was having none of it. They couldn’t bear to see Alabama called out in this

way. So then, THEY wrote a song.

Sweet Home Alabama.

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Makes all those “I heard Niel Young sing about her” and “Southern Man don’t need you ’round anyhow” lyrics make more sense if you didn’t know.

In Conclusion: People need to get over this song. It’s a song written to hate on a song written to hate on racism. Plus how many people who love this song have even

been to Alabama? I don’t even think the majority of Lynyrd Skynyrd were from Alabama. If any. Holy cow.

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ODD Random Musical Thoughts

 Mr. Piano Man – I won’t say I hate the song, even though I do. But what I will say is, piano is 3 syllables. Not pyano. Pi-an-o. This song gives me tremors. (thanks

for catching the typo ;) )

American Pie – Too dang long. Maybe it it stopped being long I’d care about its significance.

Sir Elton John – He seems like a cool guy, but I’ll be darned if I can stand a single one of his songs that isn’t Crocodile Rock. And even then, it depends on the


Avril Lavigne – Oh my GOSH this chick is annoying. I am so serious about wanting her to retire forever. Aside from her consistent themes of girls being only as good as

their boys, friends’ advice being worthless, and whiny whiny whinyness, I’m sick of her face.


Hymns – What are these, like a hundred years old? Hey, grandpa hymns, why don’t you get young then maybe I’d care.

Hey There Delilah – I think this song is both creepy and overplayed. If I were Delilah I’d totally skip town and change my name.

Ever noticed how “Wind Beneath My Wings” and “You Raise Me Up” are the same song? Think about it. Do you ever hear them at once in the same place?

If Techno were a person, he’d be that really loud obnoxious guy who butts into the conversation to repeat his (stale) point over and over until somebody acknowledges him.

I once thought I’d get interested in musicals, but then I realized that the medium is growing more irrelevant every day and that I’d really only be upsetting the

people who put the musicals on. And I think that’s punishment enough.

People are so sensitive about music, I’ve seen people take “your mom” jokes more in stride than cracks about their favorite music.

Stealing Candy? Bring your Baby!

So. A couple people decide they want to steal some candy from a candy shop after hours. They break the window and enter, fill their pockets and child’s stroller with
hundreds of dollars worth of candy, then leave.
Here’s where it’s worse. Remember the cornflake lady? These guys take the same route, only instead of inexplicable, it’s more completely stupid.
They left a trail of candywrappers. This is seriously like something out of the Boxcar Children or something, this seems like Scooby-Doo ought to be the one handling
this mess.
“Oh no! Someone has stolen hundreds of dollars worth of candy (instead of hundreds of dollars of money to spend on candy and other things, for whatever reason)! How
will we ever catch them!”
“Wait a moment! Keep your eyes peeled…what clues can you spot?”
“Why…of course! Candywrappers! Someone this greedy for candy could not have helped themselves from eating a bit! If we follow these wrappers, we’ll find the suspects!”
“Right you are! Let’s get moving!”

It’s just…depressing. And frankly, I’m less upset by the fact that they dragged the poor baby into their web of crime, than I am by the fact that they just…threw the
wrappers on the ground! Incriminating evidence aside…don’t they understand how useful candy wrappers can be? I mean, just have a look!
A fancy dress!

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Or, if that’s too formal, a stylish jacket!

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And, since she’s dedicated to making her baby do everything she does, baby clothes!

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Pair that up with matching accessories, like this clutch (or, if those are too hard for you to keep track of, a bag).

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Or, for more subtlety, a bracelet.

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Seriously, people! Don’t be so wasteful! That’s the real crime of this story!

Paul and Storm Comedy music
I Love  This Song Gots To Make me A Monster Babe :)

I’ve worked so long
Every night and every day
Been through hours and hours of research
And dozens of graves

The perfect girl
Turns out, was just too hard to find
So I had to make her
But can I make her mine?

Will she be friendly?
Or will she break free?
Will she terrorize the villagers?
Will she notice me?

Hard work and science
Are what I have to give
And all I’m asking in return
Is that you live

I know I’m smart
But a madman’s all they see
Now there’s finally a person
Who might love me for me

She holds my heart
Like the way that I held hers
The one from the cadaver
Igor just disinterred

Left nothing to chance now
Double-checked every stitch
The Tesla coils are charging up
Igor, throw the switch


They call me a monster
For making a monster
But what is a monster anyway?
Someone frightening the mob?
Someone playing God?
Or is it someone too scared to understand
And so they stand in love’s way?

Now here they come
Sounds like the rabble’s roused again
With their torches and their pitchforks
About to break in

There’s just no point
In trying to make them understand
I’ll wait here by her gurney
Holding onto her hand

Her eyes open slowly
She gives me a smile
Now we’ve got each other
At least for a while


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 What To Do When You Run Out Of Stuff To Blog ? ? ? ?
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It's That Time Again MOVIE TIME
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EuroTrip (2004)
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Scott: Let me handle this, I speak better German. Hello!
Truck Driver: Hello!
Scott: [in German] My German is ill, but I can understand on you if the speaking is slowly.
Truck Driver: [in German] German! I have been driving for 14 hours straight and I haven't slept in three days and I am wired on schnapps, benzedrine, and those little chocolate covered peanuts.
Cooper: What did he say?
Scott: He said he's driving, something...
Scott: [in German] Do you know where is Berlin?
Truck Driver: [in German] Berlin? Yes, I know it well. I stabbed a woman in a bar in Berlin. But I am going nowhere near Berlin.
Scott: Berlin!
Truck Driver: [in German] Berlin! I also sexually assaulted a horse in Berlin.
Scott: He's going to Berlin.
Jamie: Awesome.
Truck Driver: [in German] Nowhere near Berlin.
Scott: All right, come on, let's go.
[the group get in the back of the truck]
Truck Driver: [to self, in German] I'll drive this truck off a cliff before I ever go back to Berlin. 

When Watching This Movie Make Sure You Down a Couple Of Beers " I'm Just Sayin"  :)
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Heee Heee heeee :)

Have A Great Day and 


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