The album title is Crazy Nights. The single is titled “Crazy Crazy Nights.” The chorus of the single states that these are “crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy nights.” Well, that escalated quickly. The penultimate track is “Turn On the Night.” The ultimate track is “Thief in the Night.” A lot seems to be happening nocturnally. Were Kiss actually raccoons? As usual, the mainstream media refused to investigate.
Listen, “Frozen” doesn’t even touch the hem of greatness that is “Beauty and the Beast.” What the fuck is going on here?
For some reason, Americans believe that the constant and dirt-cheap availability of Mexican food is a human right. Tell them there is nowhere to get an affordable burrito in, say, Merthyr Tydfil, and they will gape in shock, like you just sang the national anthem in Klingon.
The idea that their country has a lot of Mexican food because, er … they share a 800 mile border with Mexico, simply does not compute.
Mexican food should be everywhere. Like oxygen, or laughter. If it is not, the universe is fundamentally misaligned. Chris, Gwyneth is gone. But at least you don’t have to put up with this ridiculous behaviour anymore.
This is my favorite thing in the entire world right now. Nothing else matters except this music video.
Kids bump this in the car on the way to school. THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO WATCH THIS HOWEVER, EVEN THOUGH IT IS QUITE MAD.
Just a bloody good song locked into a nice groove.