Did you hear that Amy Winehouse died?
Though somewhat expected (at least from what DARE taught me), the news still came as a terrible shock.
And thus, with Amy’s passing, it seems appropriate to look back on her life and career.
But I’m not really that kind of blogger.
And I fear doing so would include me plagiarizing from Wikipedia.
So instead I’m going to tell you a short little story involving the girl above.
(Who is Allison, by the way.)
Then pause for a moment of silence.
Which, on the Internet, is more like a millisecond of silence.
But I figured it was the least I could do.
Monday night, I got a few of my friends to come with me to see Source Code at a local drafthouse and cinema. I did this because the movie was only $1 and I like to eat while doing all other activities.
(p.s. I’ve now devoted quite a lot of mental focus to the movie’s ending, and have come to the conclusion it makes no sense. If you disagree/could explain it to me, feel free to email me at email@example.com for further clarification. Thank you.)
About an hour into the film, as I was bent over, laughing hysterically, Allison leaned over and whispered into my ear.
“We’re the only ones laughing.”
Which, once she mentioned it, became obviously true.
And made me feel quite self-conscious for the other patrons.
‘Cause, really, it was hilarious.
He’s beating up this random guy on a train like a lunatic.
Tell me that’s not comedy gold.
Sometimes, I just don’t get other people.
Pause for moment of silence
Did you really pause?
‘Cause God is watching
I’m pretty sure he puts some focus on not following blog instructions,