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.


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!

Ben 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...


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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