May 7th, 2008

Hallo!

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I had a dream that John put on this magical black leotard with frilly red sleeves and turned into a skeleton. Except his skeleton looked like it was part bird or something. But then he started dancing, and I was following along, copying his movements. I don't remember what music was playing in the background. Now that I'm awake, I'm thinking Michael Jackson's "Thriller," but I don't know if that was actually playing in the dream. Anyway, I guess after John took off the magical leotard, he reverted to his flesh-covered non-bird self. And then I had to take a final or something at Allegheny down the hill in some room that was simultaneously outside and inside. I was running out of time and knew I wouldn't make it on time if I walked, so I hopped on this motorized shopping cart and rode down the hill on it. Only the thing was ridiculously loud and kept spitting smoke everywhere, so by the time I got to the final and rode down the center of the room and parked my shopping cart in the corner, everyone was staring at me, and I worried that I'd fail. The professor looked like a very stereotypical, uptight teacher (tall, thin, dark hair slicked back in a tight bun, spectacles on her nose, boring gray blouse and skirt, disapproving look). And those were my dreams. Ah, they were quite amusing and ridiculous last night. I liked the part where I was dancing with John's magical-leotard-wearing, mutant birdman skeleton.
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Hallo!

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I just watched "Hairspray." Wow. I loved it. It was so awesome and fun. Hooray for short, chubby girls who redefine standards! Yay! However... I'm sorry, but John Travolta just doesn't look good in drag. And I like it when musicals are happy and fun and not depressing and don't kill off the best characters (although I do absolutely love SEVERAL musicals that do those things *cough*Rent*cough*IntotheWoods*cough*SweeneyTodd*cough*, it's just nice to see a good happy ending every so often).

See, I just posted something happy in the midst of your friends page, which is probably stocked with the same old whiny "I'm depressed" crap you're used to. You'll thank me later. Happy musicals provide a brief but satisfying escape from reality.
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