Oh well, when I get back it's back to work, also celebrating Mother's Day and the season finale of Once Upon a Time that I am super excited for. Monday I really need to crack down though, it is just starting to sink in that ZOMG: I'm not on "vacation" so much as I have been released of all real responsibility. I am a free agent, loose in the world. I should be finding a legit career cause if my repose lasts a few months, there will not be a "oh well, maybe next year" -- August does not bring guaranteed employment/excusable time (ie: educational pursuits.)
I've spent the last 5 years having trouble understanding why the unemployed have so much trouble, time to suit up and get my act together!
Video of the Day: Because two years later, you can never have too many educational Bad Romance parodies: "Revolution in France" (Bad Romance parody) is an okay version of Bad Romance that tells the story of the French Revolution ("Egality, Liberte, Fraternite!") with only one singer/character, it's kinda monotonal but that's okay because certain lyrics are kinda catchy. It's no "Women's Suffrage (Bad Romance)", but I'll take it!
Hahahahahaha, upon further investigation: this artist has several other Pop-Historical hits:
- "William the Conqueror" (Sexy Back)
- "Cleopatra (Pharolicious)" (Fergalicious)
- "Human Evolution (Prehistoric)" (Toxic)
- "Black Death (The Plague)" (Hollaback Girl) -- I think this is actually my favorite, HAHAHA
This plague is bubonic, B-U-B-O-N-I-C!