Sunday, June 12, 2011
Here's a video of a 9-year-old-boy (who I'm sure would have been my BFF fo life) in 1991, showing Madonna what her true vision was when this song was recorded. This is a world full of YES.
CLICK HERE to watch magic!
In the 90's, Shania Twain was one of the few Country stars that didn't make my fro itch (However, Garth Brooks' music videos were slightly amazing/hilarious/epic).
Back to Shania, she had a super entertaining Behind the Music and she knew how to wear the hell out of animal print (That don't impressa' me much, anyone?)
Well, she's had a rough couple of years career wise, and her best friend/assistant stole her husband (music producer "Mutt" Lange"). Anyway, she found love again in her best friend/assistant's ex-husband (yes, a husband swap; maybe I'm starting to understand what marriage really means..) and she's trying to get her career back on track. So, at the live CMT Awards in Nashville last night, the ground had a nice way of telling her "Bitch, no", and she took a spill and fell down.
Look at how happy and proud she is when she comes out. Her face says "You're gonna make it afteraaaalll", then BOOM. Atleast she handled it with grace and gave in to the slip; when I fall, I try to catch myself so many times to the point where it's just sad and I somehow travel to something to hit my head on the way down.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
If I recall correctly, this commercial was included on the preview reel for the VHS of The Rutles that my Dad owned while I was growing up (circa late 90's; info for full effect, I guess). At sleepovers, my friends and I would steal it, just to watch this shit over and over again.
After years of forgetting that this existed, I had a flashback of it (while performing any number of the activities featured in the commercial, I'm sure); and had to find it to see if it was actually funny to me, or if it was pure immaturity. Well, both are true in this case..
P.S. I still know several now-grown-ass women who will giggle if you say "Children's Faire" to them in a monotone.