Not edgy at all…

I’ve been trying this month to not rely TOO much on just posting media. Lord knows we all have enough video input on a regular basis. This one, however…just helps to give you a peek into the inner workings of Mrs Metaphor. We watched “Singing in the Rain” the other night. I have to say, Singing in the Rain is probably one of my all time favorite movies. It’s right up there on my list with Fargo, seriously. I confess, when I watch this video it actually gives me the chills. I love it. I thought this might be a nice way to kick off your weekend….

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7 thoughts on “Not edgy at all…

  1. Thanks Mrs. I love this movie. Make you want to do a dance then next time it rains. I loved Brigadoon too. I miss the old movies everything has to be so techy and digital nowadays.

    amen!
    Mrs M

  2. What a great way to start the weekend! We have a tradition of Sunday movies and although our boys have seen Singing in the Rain (and LOVE it ) I think that we need to get it from the library again. Truly a fun classic.

    My kids and I run around the house for days afterward saying “And I caaaaaan’t stan ‘im…” LOL. I myself LOVE the part in this clip where he’s hugging the lampost, smiling wide and goofy and singing “and I’m ready for love…”

  3. Really, mrs. I was just gonna say, it IS about time you provided “fully clothed” and “not edgy” entertainment here for our viewing pleasure. *snort* I’ve seen this clip before and am not going to watch it right now, but you have got real good taste in movies, chickie! I wish you a good evening.

    Oh snap….now I’m gonna have to work on putting some “edgy” stuff up here for you guys. LOL
    Mrs M

  4. Mrs, I really enjoyed the clip, thanks so much. Wish we had more entertaining today that could bring joy to our hearts!
    Darn, they do have clothes on don’t they? No cussing either…whew, slow down my heart! lol

  5. OK — You mentioned Fargo so I went and saw No Country For Old Men tonight. It rocks in the way that only the Coen Bros. can. Many homage references to Blood Simple, Fargo and Barton Fink. I thought of you!

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