FAE ~I have no idea what you're yakking about here. I'm not sure if I get the gist of the post. ...I'm totally stumped here. Not sure what your point is here... I used to like baloney, but then I became vegetarian and sometimes you just have to call a wiener a wiener. But, ...on the issue of saying 'you're sorry'... It never seems to happen any more. This was more than just a random song. I applaud your creativity...>>... "You sir, are a genius."As you probably know, a famous actor once said that to me (although he didn't call me "sir"). However, YOU, "damsel in disgust", have clearly out-genius'd me. (Don't crow about it! It's really not that difficult to do.)~ D-FensDogG'Loyal American Underground'
Faraway! It's good to hear from you. And you are more than nothing in between. Hope everything is all right.
Hi, FAE! I am reminded of a quote from a favorite movie:But as a lawyer I've had to learnthat people aren't just good or bad... but people are many things. And I kind of have a feelingBarney Quill was many things. Thank you for posting this song. The words carry an important message for all of us. I hope you are doing well and I look forward to having you over for a visit whenever you care to come. You are always welcome.
Being all kinds of things is the way to be, more fun that way.
I love that song and haven't heard it in a while. I think it was so popular because we're all many things. We're also different people with different people. I once joked with my dad that we all suffer with multiple personality disorder. Because let's face it, we bring a different version of ourselves as the situation changes. You don't want your grandma to see your bitch/party side, and you don't want to bring the version that hangs out with grandma over to your friends' house. Blogging has only increased the mystery. So, you never know exactly which version someone is bringing to the table at any given time. But that can make it fun, too;)
Good to see you back. Missed you on the last round of BOTB.When I hear this song I'm reminded of being in New Orleans on Bourbon St with my wife and daughters. The girls were all still in high school so we couldn't go in any bars, but since most of the doors were wide open we could stand outside to watch the bands. I didn't know this song at the time, but my daughters were aware of it so it caught their attention when they heard the singer performing it from inside one of the clubs. They seemed to think it was Meredith Brooks--I couldn't say myself. When the singer caught sight of my girls she waved at them and my girls were so tickled by that. That's the memory that song always brings back to me.Anyway--a song with a message. Hope you are doing okay and get back to regular posting. Arlee BirdA to Z Challenge Co-hostRoad trippin' with A to ZTossing It Out
What she said :)
Aren't we all that way? A mixture that keeps us all unique?