April 19, 2004

Avril Lavigne and Jesus wash the Dishes

No matter what anyone else says about Avril Lavigne, you must believe me when I say that she rocks. You would have to be only half human to not enjoy the beautiful punk pop of 'Sk8er Boi' (that's Skater Boy, for those of you who don't read 'yoof' writing). Some of you may be thinking that I am taking the piss, but I assure you, that is not the case. Her current single, 'Don't tell me', is wickedly rocking, and as far as I can tell, it's about not sleeping with people straight away. Every song tells a story, just like Linkin' Park...
This weekend, besides drinking a lot of vodka, I also partook of 'The Passion of The Christ', or 'Jesus gets beaten for two hours', as it was called in it's Australian release. That's not a real fact by the way, but Big Mo from Eastenders REALLY IS Gary Oldman's sister. Despite the quite intense violence all the way through, I reckon it's a good movie. It's very impressive, although i'm not sure if I would use the word 'enjoyable' about it.
I keep managing to say 'Jesus died for HIS sins', rather than 'Jesus died for OUR sins', which I believe is the correct version. That's probably a bit worse than saying 'The Holloway Road', instead of 'Holloway Road', but perhaps without as much potential mix-up disaster as saying 'Houston' instead of 'Euston'. I will strive to correct these phonetic imperfections, and use the music of Avril Lavigne as inspiration.
I also recommend Avril Lavigne for the following activities - washing the dishes, using the internet, watching TV with the sound down, dancing around the room pretending you have a guitar (not all at the same time). Actually, it occurs to me that it would be better to get Avril Lavigne herself to wash the dishes, and then she could sing along to a backing track while she's doing it. She'll be up for that I reckon.

Posted by paul at April 19, 2004 12:24 PM