"Don’t WARN me… …EVER!!"

“Sorry I’ve been away so long…I won’t let it happen again.” – Superman, Superman II (1979)

I’ve been a bit lax since going to Waterloo on Saturday afternoon. Not much to write about. Having a severe sleep pattern fuck up, but coming back to normal, thankfully.

Waterloo was fun. I bought an air popper. Sweet.

As a huge ABBA fan, I was excited and dismayed to hear that Madonna’s new single heavily samples their 1979 hit, Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight). Bjorn Ulveaus and Benny Andersson RARELY let anyone sample their works of pop perfection – in fact, only once before was it allowed (on The Fugees Rumble In The Jungle, which samples The Name of the Game‘s very recognizable melody). The two songwriters, obviously with a little twinkle in their eye, saw it fit to release the rights to Madonna to use the signature tune from their disco hit. I’m sure they know it will expose them to even more people (being surpassed by Madonna as the single artists in the UK probably had something to do with it). Close to 400 million albums sold, though – a feat Madonna will never achieve.

Having said all that, the tune is undeniably catchy. You can hear it here.

She looks CREEPY-OLD in the video, though. Eek!

After that, please bathe yourself in REAL talent and view this.

This week on The Amazing Race: Family Edition – we got not ONE, not TWO, but THREE breakdowns. SCHWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET!!!

Read the TVGasm.com recap here.

“I’m CRYING NOW. I hope you’re HAPPY!!”
“Bitch, we just told you to leave your bag. Pamprin, please.”

Last night, The Apprentice: Martha Stewart was on. *sigh* I can’t do the episode justice, but it was AWESOME. Unfortunately, we’re left with that tool who beats his wife (I just made that up). He seems like a good father and a good worker, so I gotta make shit up because this fucktard HAS to go. NO EXCUSES next week, PRIMARIUS!!

Howie is awesome, I just have to say that. The way he stood up to that DOUCHEBAGGALICIOUS BUTTHAIR was 15 seconds of TV perfection.

What’s with their lameass names, too? Matchstick? PRIMARIUS?!

It sounds like a folk band and a transformer.

That…or a character from a Tolkien book. Primarius Matchstick.

S.

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~ by seangstm on October 20, 2005.

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