By JohnnyFoxDarko 04-02-2009 04:34 PM
Sometimes I hear people talk about 'dancing' and immediately think it's a savage form of relieving yourself from stress and just habitual sweeps that make you feel 'good' while on recreational drugs.
Little did I know that now a days, it's one of the most adept forms of performance art.
Here's my favorite:
By JohnnyFoxDarko 03-21-2009 03:06 PM
I was wondering; what is 'proper lead singer etiquette'?
Kinda want to know in the event one day I get asked to lead a Queen cover band.
Nowadays, I suppose you'd mostly see a lead singer who incorporates hair swagger more to his performance than proper vowel pronunciation.
Pretty funky, y'all.
But, to tell you the truth, I don't think I'm too into 'funky'. If I really wanted to be 'funkie', I'd probably wear a monochromatic outfit that maneuvers with me while I sway to and fro.
(Fast forward to :36.)
Not sure. I really don't think that's 'me', though. What do y'all think? Maybe I should just try to be alternative and 'not give a '.
Should I get an 'ear piercing'?
What do you think?
In a state of agitated...
By JohnnyFoxDarko 03-21-2009 01:40 PM
This morning I was doing my bi-hourly log onto My Space when I saw a segment on the front page entitled 'Zac Efron gets down and dirty [y'all]'.
I'm not a big fan of High School Musical, but I am a fan of the network of people Zac surrounds himself with (namely Vanessa Hudgens) and I'm not much of a fan of dancing videos, either. Still, I clicked on it.
It turns out it's not actually a video of dancin, but a different context of 'down and dirty'.
It's actually just pictures from a photo shoot where Zac Efron stumbled onto a piece of Earth that consisted of mud and Johnson's Baby Oil.
Now, I'm no professional photographer, or anything, but what's the scenario where Zac Efron gets 'down n dirty'?:
A) Career is in 'the gutter' and has to resort to manual labor for revenue to purchase over-sized beanies....