In honor of the holiday: It''s Turkey-Lurkey Time!
The original Misses Polanski of Accounts Receivable, Wong of Mimeograph, and de la Hoya of Petty Cash show us how it''s done.\
btw, this is a recently put-up version of the Tony Awards clip that''s MUCH clearer than the one that''s been up on youtube for years.
This may be a silly question, but don''t these gals get terrible headaches?\
The dark haired woman in the white shirt and dark vest is repeatedly THROWING her head from side to side.\
I know that they were all Breck girls in the 60''s, and it was all about flipping the hair, but...OUCH!
Seth says everyone BUT Donna needed chiro every week - Donna says, "What''s so hard? What''s so hard?" as she''s yanking her neck around. Seth is not the queen of enunciation and speaks very quickly but it''s a great bit.
r17, that''s the original production on the Ed Sullivan Show with some replacement performers. Julane Stites had moved up to McKechnie''s spot. Subsequently, both Lada Edmund and Baayork also danced that role.
r 15 & 16: Isn''t he adorable? And he''s doing it BAREFOOT which has to kill his feet.%0D\
What really makes the clip for me is to see how much joy he''s getting out of the number.%0D\
He''s having a blast!
Turkey lurkey lumpy bumpy
DAMN, those guys at r14 ROCKED the shit out of that number!!! Yes, it''s the gayest thing on DL today BUT they learned every bit of that choreography and were just incredible! Danced their cute little asses clear OFF!%0D\
You ignite silly and gay and campy and fun with TALENT and that''s what you get! Awesome, fellers! The tall guy has some Tommy Tune action going on.
Xmas-Eve Eve bump!
I love r11's the best.
Gay men -
There is nothing admirable, funny or worthy in mimicing women. Be proud of who YOU are, not what you think you want or should have been.
As a gay man myself, I hate it that so many of us have such low self esteem that we resort to pretending to be female. There is nothing useful in it, nothing about a female any of us should want to be like.
Women only use this shit to mock us and laugh behind our backs. Stand up, be proud and be a man, girl.
In my next life, I want to dance on Broadway.
Stop stuffing people in your little boxes, r31.
R33 - What is it about calling on gay men to be aware of their own male identities and asking them to consider idolizing females is putting them in "little boxes"?
Why are we expected by you to be jesters and minstrels and to ask and parody women when we should be redefining the rules of masculinity and taking pride in how men entertain?
People like you are the ones who want to keep us in boxes. That's your comfort zone. I'm saying we should come out and break the bonds of stereotype and reject living, idolizing and acting like women. There is no pride in that.
R33, is this salute to the holidays acceptable to you?