Sunday, January 4, 2015

Night Becomes A Fairytale to Gaston Push-Up Contest 

Some people dream - Some people create them 

For now just float in the possibilities 


Night Becomes A Fairytale (poem) 

Another night becomes a memory
Another kiss to mark a fairytale
Could all of this the stars of wishes see
Two lovers were the winds which dreams exhale
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Their guests had gathered as they did before
To thrill in wonders grander than the last
A dance romance some magic maybe more
Perhaps the band just might replay some past
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As moments happened no one was let down
Such longing eyes of lovers did they weave
Each final turn of dance a kiss would crown
Until the hour had come for this to leave
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So as the guests prepared to go their way
They saw the lovers outside dancing on
Perhaps the mood their reason wouldn’t say
They watched as music vanished and was gone


Salsa was our best dance but this video and music seemed to capture the mood; Gotan Project "Tango Santa Maria"

Now 

A rat can last longer without water than a camel. I know, because I drink Coca Cola. But speaking of rats, Gaston is the villain of Disney's 1991 film "Beauty and the Beast".  Arrogant, boorish, simple–thinking, rude, conceited, selfish, male-chauvinistic, petty, murderous, stubborn, sexist, stalker, evil, conniving, sneaky, insane, backstabber, superficial and pompous are just a few words used to describe him. In the "Beauty and the Beast" saga, Gaston's final fate is left up to our imagination. We can still meet Gaston at Disney's parks (and even get his autograph). In this video, gone viral, the visitor didn't want Gaston's autograph. Instead, he challenged Gaston to a push-up contest. 
Guess who wins, "Gaston Push-Up Contest" 

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