Thursday, December 01, 2005

Dancing queen

OMG!!! Last night I was dancing with Madonna! On stage! During one of her concerts!

I was bit nervous at first, but Madonna was really encouraging and after a while I totally went off.

And this was after I’d spent the day at a picnic with all the Australian Idol finalists. It was a pretty good picnic, but I did lose my shit at once stage when lots of people were letting their dogs crap all over the place without picking it up.

Emily was pretty impressed with the ferocity of my social conscience. And I was pretty impressed I wasn’t putting the dog crap in Lee Harding’s sandwiches!

So yeah, what a evening! I can’t believe how much I did in a single night!

Without even leaving my bed...

Yes, of course, this was all ‘in my dreams'.

So this morning I came to the conclusion that I may have been listening to the new Madonna album too much. And I'm a little worried that Australian Idol has made it into my sub-conscious (to be fair, I did see the new Kate Deraugo film clip on the news last night).

But pfff! Whatever!

It was still like, the most exciting thing that has happened to me this year!

Well, I mean, except for my illegal wedding, n’ that (note to Lovely Wife – I’m deliberately downplaying the significance of that event for humorous effect! Work with me here).

So anyway, what struck me most was that Madonna was really nice! She totally didn’t even get mad at me when I couldn’t dance and just kind of hid behind a stack of big speakers.

And I’ve heard Madonna can be a real bitch! Well, its not true, she is a real sweet heart, and is totally supportive of people who are out of their depth – take it from me, I’ve danced with her!

2 comments:

grundnorm said...

This post reminds me of another blog I know where someone posts about his dreams.

(Perhaps it's time for an intervention?)

comicstriphero said...

I'd be lying if I said I hadn't been inspired.

But my dreams have references to popular culture, so I don't think a valid comparison can be made.

Also, you seem to be a bit hung up on this idea of an intervention. I'm a little busy at the moment so haven't been able to organise one for you. You'll just have to be patient.