Wow.


Alright then.


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    1. Pass the bucket when you've finished... Jx

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  2. Right here in my 3 piece suit: Valium with laudanum really did wonders here. Very heavenly key club.

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  3. lip-synching for their lives, just like drag race.

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  4. Well, that's.... calming, I suppose.

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  5. It's like looking into the hair of God!

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  6. They made the gay couple wait until everyone else was on stage. Blatant discrimination.

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  7. The way they marched in, two by two, I thought it was one of those Moonie mass-marriage ceremonies. And I'm sure that Conservative Jesus would condemn those hippie haircuts on the men.

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  8. The blonde in the back row looks like got out of rehab that morning.

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  9. It made me feel strangely sleepy, but the gay couple at the end woke me up. Fierce.

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  10. A) Either one or two of the clan didn't reach their proper marks or the director needed to be fired for the awkward staging and B) somehow a disproportionate number of them seemed odd small/shrunken... ??

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  11. Wow, indeed. The Heritage Singers is/was a Seventh-Day Adventist group. I used to be an Adventist, and I had to listen to this kind of stuff at my grandmother's for years. Didn't realize it was this bad, though.

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  12. For some reason, I couldn't look away. I think they hypnotized me.

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  13. I'm not entirely certain that one of those boys with a black handlebar moustache wasn't also in some 70s porn film, perhaps touching his heart as Al Parker loomed over him.

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    1. Anyone lucky enough to have Al Parker looming over them should keep both hands free to touch Al Parker, not their heart...

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