...please stop kissing Doug. You don't know where he's been. And anyway, I'm still shipping you with Todd. #warehouse13 #eureka #crossingover
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After suggesting this, it occurred to me that this will be a particularly bizarre thing to do when loads of people will be out celebrating St. Patrick's Day, and will be rendered even more ironic by Italy having thrashed Ireland yesterday.
Mmm. There may need to be pizza. ^_^
So, Sarah and I have just got back from TGI's, which was quite pleasant. I wish they wouldn't smother so much of their food in Jack Daniels glaze (I presume it's possible to ask them not to...never quite had the nerve to ask), but I avoided that anyway by having the Cajun chicken ciabatta. Yummy. :-)
Having not been there for a while, we'd managed to forget that it's the sort of place that plays lots of loud music at you. Sarah wished she'd taken her earplugs. I did suggest that we forget it and head to the Harvester about a minute down the road, but 'twas not to be.
Anyway. One of the songs they played was We Built This City by Starship. Now...say what you like about the song - I rather like it, both as a song and for the nostalgic memories it brings back; other people's mileage clearly differs, and I suspect your opinion may be influenced by whether you remember one of Starship's earlier incarnations (I don't), but...
Many, possibly most, pop songs have some sort of instrumental break, a guitar solo or somesuch. We Built This City has a DJ voiceover solo. That, IMHO, is stylishly different. :-)
ETA 2: although that video doesn't include the DJ voiceover solo. Cheek!
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