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Sunday, January 17, 2010

Laugh of the Day #6

Bear with me for a moment, but I didn’t have enough time for a regular post. Also, the scheduled post didn’t seem like it suited the day very well.

This is one of my all-time favorite movie scenes. Back in the day, Rupert Everett was a real hottie. He would have made into my sweet sixteen list, but he hasn’t been as attractive lately. This song’s always been a pick me up, though:

Can you feel the endorphins rushing through your neural receptors?! )I'm sure someone will correct my terminology). At a restaurant tonight, we broke into song as a group of friends. It felt like all was right with the world.

Remember those “This is your brain… this is your brain on drugs” commercials? Well, this is “I Say a Little Prayer for You” on Glee (which goes to mean “even better”):

Oh, Santana, Quinn, and Brittany, how I love you after but half a season. (Those are very accurate Portuguese subtitles by the way).

The PSA warning for the following might go something like “This is your brain. This is your brain on Glee:

That’s not a bad thing at all. I’m so crushing on the boy, though. He's going to have a career as a drag queen somewhere fabulous.

Have a great Sunday. I know I sure am.

Back to AfterMARK tomorrow.

5 comments:

Lukas said...

I love the third clip there. I love how one of the girls is chewing gum whilst miming the words!

I love the role Everett plays in My Best Friends Wedding... and Julia Roberts! She's a star!

Twinky Chink said...

My goodness. You know you're gay when you've already seen all three videos prior to this posting. I know all the moves to Quinn's version-- I'm such a queer.

Q said...

Loving this post. One of my favorite Movie Scenes, My Current Favorite Glee Song (see previous) and of course who doesn't love a good reimagining/lip synch!

boskers said...

I especially like the looks that Julia Roberts and the groom exchange. And her little smile at the very end. Hilarious!

And the waiter waving around the napkins/trays during the chorus when the whole restaurant joins in--why doesn't that happen in real life? Actually, I'd probably die of laughter if that happened in real life.

Cole said...

@boskers:

It does happen in real life when you're at dinner with GMB, me and our gaggle of flame dames. We sing ALL the time: whenever, wherever. Usually, the couples in the booths across from us look over and smile. I'm waiting for the day when they join in!

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