Comments: Leotards......

The way you disparage Fred, and call him horrible names...you do it to me on purpose, don't you? Because you know it upsets me.

Just for that, I hope Tennessee becomes a Dry State, or you get tagged with a meme, or something.

There. I said it.

Posted by Erica on December 16, 2007 08:55 PM

.....that was pretty mean, Erica....

Posted by Eric on December 16, 2007 09:27 PM

He stole that routine from me, but I danced in my skivvies as I was more buffed than he...

Tennessee will only go dry when Brooklynites learns english...

Posted by jerry on December 16, 2007 09:40 PM

Mr. Kelly was showing more than just his buttocks, though you had to watch closely. But your lovely missus was most likely taken with his funky little cap. Grab yerself one of those, me laddy, and she'll be following yer every move. Don't rightly know where to start looking for one of those. I doubt that Walmart would have them...

Posted by Winston on December 16, 2007 09:47 PM

..... you guys arent helping very much.....

Posted by Eric on December 16, 2007 10:17 PM

I 'spose one could start with wearing tight leotards and learning to dance, but after that it's a matter of choice on one side or t' other. Arteests and their whims are a funny bunch by times.

Posted by G on December 16, 2007 11:30 PM

I wonder if he could have done the old "crack walnuts with if butt-ocks" thing?
But yeah, a nice pair of blue jeans on a man beats leotards any day, they at least have texture.

Posted by holder on December 17, 2007 06:15 AM

Maybe its the semi/sorta/sometimes athlete in me, but if you'd not have pointed out the painted on clothes, I'd probably not have thought about it much. I was too stunned by what great shape he was in. Cardiovascularly, that man was amazing. And limber. I'm about as flexible as a brick.

Posted by Bou on December 17, 2007 07:28 AM

I just enjoyed watching him cavort without the speakers on,,,much more interesting I must say!

Posted by Michele on December 17, 2007 11:00 AM

Gene Kelly, performing in a musical written by George Gershwin, who proposed (unsuccessfully) to Kitty Carlisle, whom SWMBO and I met a year ago at Reagan International Airport.

What's that - four degrees of separation?

Of course, I lack the physique, the leotards, the snazzy little hat, and any semblance of Dancing Ability...

Posted by Elisson on December 17, 2007 02:21 PM

I didn't come here to read about Gene Kelly's arse.

I better get a job. Apparently idleness in Appalachia leads to Homersexuality.

Posted by Velociman on December 17, 2007 06:11 PM

Leotards - 1

Visible "package" - 0

Even in the presence of raised skirts??? Hmmmm... What does that tell you??

Listen to Auntie Rich now - you have no worries M'dear. None at all. That boy ain't right. Just sayin'... ; )

Posted by Richmond on December 17, 2007 06:27 PM

[cue deliverance music]
Shoot man. Take the got-damned remote and change the channel while she's makin' the sammich. Don't they have a penguin channel now? Dude, there's a fishin' show or a monster truck show on 24x7. Keeps this nation sane, it does. Hell, hit the speed channel and watch "Pinks" if you get in a bind. You noticin' some fella's hind end swayin' is gonna make me wear a long baggy sweat shirt and an extra pair of depends next time I drop by.
[/cue deliverance music]

PS: I read in the news today, so you know it's true, that Scotland's gonna sink in the next fitty, all those low lyin' liquor makers over there will be under water, and there will be a shortage of whiskey. Stock up brother, you're a hell of a lot younger than I am.

Posted by RedNeck on December 17, 2007 09:18 PM

I always figured that Gene Kelly had a lot in common with Rock Hudson

Posted by GUYK on December 18, 2007 09:06 AM

I'm with Bou... as she already posted my comment for me - I won't repeat it. *grin*

Posted by Teresa on December 18, 2007 11:17 AM