And I heard the place has karaoke.
Wooh. Cool shirt, Ray. Have fun tonight.
Hmmm...don't take offense, but I think that shirt makes you look a little squiggley. Oh, well, I'm sure the lights will be forgiving. Rock on, man! (you're going to sing Love Shack, aren't you?)
Girls getting ready. Yeah, that'll take a while. I speak from experience. It's hard putting on all that makeup and getting your hair to lay just right. My hair's so frizzy I gave up a long time ago! :D
So are you really sporting a pompadour these days or is that just for artistic effect?
Mary - Thanks. I picked that shirt out all by myself. With no help from a grown up or a woman or anybody.Vivi - That shirt makes me FEEL squiggley. And you need a girl to sing Love Shack and I ain't going with no singer girls.Madison - I'd buy that. But it sounded like entirely too much talking to me.Elizabeth - 'Radar Love', 'Bust a Move', and 'If I had $1,ooo,ooo'Tracey - It's supposed to be suggestive of my swath of disproportionately long and somewhat fluffy bangs. My last haircut wasn't the best.
Me+Karaoke = at least one Poison song and a good chance of me doing a flying jump/split-thing from whatever stage they might have.That's how I roll.
LOVE the shirt. Almost as much as the hair. But I'm wondering ... where are the karaoke pix? Mmm?
There's only one word such a shirt:Spiffy.You wear it well.
Bryan - Oh yeah. I totally want to karaoke with you some day.Sarah - No actual pics sorry. You'll have to make due with the artist's conception.Frank - You're too kind sir. It has been many long years since I have been referred to as 'spiffy'.
I think this shirt represented a step up in the ol' wardrobe category. You are not exactly Bertie Wooster yet, but you are coming along nicely (pardon semi-obscure literary reference). Actually, your shirt was a little rock-n-roll if you ask me. (You can't see the glitter in the artist rendering otherwise you would think so too.)
Dude, that is posh! Who are you wearing, Armani?I want to know that you sang Journey. No karaoke night is complete without someone screeching Journey.
Amy, sorry to say it but I disagree. REO Speedwagon is the ultimate karaoke faux pas.
Hope you had fun! :)
Ah, crap. A pompadour sounds much more fun than somewhat long, fluffy bangs. At least you had the Armani-esque glitter shirt.
The no-button look is tres chic...no self-respecting karaoke singer should be without one.
Karaoke song I think you should attempt is Flying High Again by Ozzy Osbourne where you can at one point designate a Randy Rhodes look-alike impersonator to play flying "v" guitar and can be lifted up in the air by you impersonating Ozzy Osbourne himself; and after the song just for comedic purposes you could shout--"SHARON"
BALD MAN HERE -- POMPADOUR?!?! I HAVEN'T HAD BANGS IN 25 YEARS. BUT I DO SEEM TO REMEMBER BPV & BUNNY JO DOING KARAOKE IN OUR BASEMENT AT SOME OF OUR PARTIES. WHAT WAS THAT SONG???....SIX DAYS...NO, NO....THAT ONE THAT MOVED REAL FAST & SAID SOMEING ABOUT A CHINESE CHICKEN....NOW WHERE'D I PUT THAT VIDEOTAPE???
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