"He'll sit there and go, Dipsy... Po... Dipsy... Po. I honestly don't think he knows colors. Just Teletubbies."


Gimme, gimme, gimme...

Mamma Mia! was sheer musical genius. I'm seriously considering having it replace Chicago as my all-time favorite musical ever. The woman who played Donna had a brilliant voice and was (thank god) melisma-free, even when she had to hold a note for a very, very long time.

Where are you people? I have a million things to tell you, my little frellers. Like Aunt Crazy calling Grandma Blindy "ole one-eye" and then telling me to "shut down," because Diana is a Bad Influence on her. I learned many important lessons over these two days, like: old people are highly indecisive and they turn their blinkers on about a mile before their turn is.

I took the picture down. Sorry, BB, but it was raping my blog space. I'll IM it to you later if you haven't taken it already.


Blogger Just Roy babbled mindlessly...

Isn't it just the greatest musical ever?? I listened to the soundtrack all day today--I love how they incorporate the music so well. My personal favorite is right after the intermission, 'Under Attack'. Yay! It's coming here next week, maybe i can get student rush seats. you're tempting me to go see it again.

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