But I have two major complaints today.
The first being, now that Adele has won her Grammy I think it is HIGH TIME we stopped playing Someone Like You on the radio.
This dog even agrees with me. Props to Auntie Marcia for pointing this video out to me.
Seriously, I think at the very least this song should have been banned from the airwaves on Valentines Day. Any radio DJ that played this song this past Tuesday
aka every DJ deserves a life of complete and utter despair.
It is a beautiful song, don’t get me wrong. But it is also one of those most depressing songs ever. The instrumental is even sad, add the lyrics and forget it. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but at this point I think I’d rather listen to Pumped Up Kicks 20 times on repeat than Someone Like You.
Rabbits got a quick hand blah blah blah blah whatever who cares at least it has a beat!
The Easter Crap has arrived!
Yes, still February.
When I first saw this display in my local Stop and Shop a week ago I started to get twitchy. We hadn’t even had Valentine’s Day yet I am not ready to even contemplate the Easter Bunny.
But then I had a sudden realization!
Which are, in my opinion, the most underrated Easter candy there is.
I should mention, being a Jew, Easter means nothing to me except Peeps and cute Pastel dresses on sale at Macy’s.
-Sidenote: Just had a memory of one year in high school where I opened my front door to find a huge Easter basket on my porch. It was filled with candy and chocolate and had a card attached which said “From Mr. Bunny.” My mom freaked out and didn’t want me to eat the candy thinking it was from a crazy pedophile of some kind. Eventually we figured out my good friend Tim had left the basket for me and then I was allowed to eat it. Oh the dra-ah-mah of sophomore year.-
Every year I buy myself a bag of Easter LifeSavers and then proceed to carefully ration them throughout the spring.
My love affair with artificial banana is a long and sordid tale. I cherish those damn pastel lifesavers and then.
Then those bastards had to go change the flavors.
WHY MESS WITH A GOOD THING?!
Needless to say I don’t deal well with change.
Except when it comes to playing a variety of songs on the radio as opposed to an ever flowing loop of Adele, Katy Perry and Rhianna.