Leave a Comment | Posted by on July 31, 2008
B93.7 artist We the Kings hung out on my show a couple weeks ago and talked about how much they love playing on Warped Tour and how creepy my feet are…..they also played their song “Check Yes Juliet!!!”
Last year, a prison in the Philippians started doing dances to popular American songs, like Thriller and Soulja Boy….now they’ve done a dance to Flo Rida’s “Low”.
I wonder where they got the idea from....
B93.7 artist Katy Perry-the chick that sings “I Kissed A Girl” is on Warped Tour this summer…she showed up at a Denny’s (that’s a classy Waffle House if you’ve never been there) in Charlotte to eat and bring people their Moons Over My Hammy….I’m not sure they realized/cared who she was…..
Someone, I’m guessing from the south, “invented” french fried bacon on a stick….wrapped in french fries. I’ve already had to eat 3 packs of Tums in writing this blog.
Another obligitory bacon picture…
If you watched the latest Bachelorette season where Deanna picked the rad, Matthew McConaughey-like snowboarder Jesse….this might wreck your day.
I don’t wish bad things on people, but the Bachelor/Bachelorette finalists don’t seem to have the greatest of track records when it comes to what they call “love”….(TV producers call it “ratings”).
Allegedly Jesse had a girlfriend when he went on the show and the brilliant thinking behind it was that Jesse wanted to be a star. My wife already made a t-shirt with his face on it….ok, it hasn’t gotten that far, but she’s a fan.
When Jesse got deeper into the show and was in the top 3, he supposedly broke up with his real life girlfriend by text.
Deanna is the victim here, but she was all ga-ga during the finale, saying “We’re soooo in love…we’re getting married”. Big suprise.
Deanna-if you need a good divorce lawyer in a couple months and ABC won’t pay for it, I know a guy who got me a settlement when I chipped a tooth at the county fair’s gravel eating contest.
Plus, I got a pretty cool “You’re #1″ trophy. They don’t give those out to just anyone.
I have great memories of going to Chuck E. Cheese as a kid….I had no friends so I watched the house band, Rocka Fire Explosion, sing an array of kid hits.
I guess they’re going after a new audience…