Wednesday, May 19, 2010

David'Z RantZ ~~ Meet the New Boss...



Someday, the human race may collectively go insane (more than it has already), and I may indeed be elected -- or appointed -- King of the Entire World.

Laugh if you want, but in the meantime, be nice to me... just in case I'm right.

Naturally, I'll have several new rules for Planet Earth. One of them will be that anyone who claims to love anyone else -- romantically, or even platonically -- will not be allowed, under penalty of...

Well, not death, certainly, but some other penalty that's pretty extreme. I'll come up with that later, when the time comes.

Where was I?

Oh, yeah.

Anyone who claims to love anyone else -- romantically or platonically -- will not be allowed to predict anything about their relationship which uses the words "forever," "always," "eternally," "for the rest of my life," etc.

Just to keep things honest. And realistic.

The very first completed collaboration between myself and Skip Simpson (circa 1982) included the following phrase (written by Yours Truly, of course):

"Love always," what a colossal joke!

Yep. Almost thirty years younger than I am today, and I was already that perceptive!

And you thought I didn't become a genius until after I started my blogs? For shame!

Thanks for your time.

2 comments:

  1. Sandy and I would like you to be the best man at our upcoming wedding. The theme of that wedding will be "Sandy and Skip. Love always and forever. for all eternity." Think you could come up with a dignified toast to present in front of all her shotgun-toting relatives?

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  2. I'd be honored (as long as you have the wedding before I become King of the Entire World and my new law goes into effect, of course). In fact, as a wedding present, I'd like to deejay the wedding! I have some songs selected already:

    "Always and Forever" by Heat Wave

    "I Will Always Love You" by Dolly Parton or Whitney Houston

    "Now and Forever" by Air Supply

    ...and that's just off the top of my head!

    (Of course, J. Geils' "Love Stinks," and Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust" & "Too Much Love Can Kill You" are strong contenders, as well.)

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