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Monday, November 14, 2005

On Avenue Q (a twisted and much more real version of Sesame Street), puppet Kate monster is giving a lesson about the Internet... and meanwhile Trekkie monster is constantly interrupting... this song is fucking hilarious...

KATE
The internet is really really great
TREKKIE MONSTER
...for porn
KATE
I’ve got a fast connection so i don’t have to wait
TREKKIE
...for porn
KATE
There's always some new site,
TREKKIE
...for porn!
KATE
I browse all day and night
TREKKIE
...for porn!
KATE
It's like i’m surfing at the speed of light
TREKKIE
...for porn!
...
Grab your dick and double click
For porn, porn, porn!

-The Internet Is For Porn, from Avenue Q

It doesn't get any better than this, haha. With other song titles like It Sucks To Be Me, If You Were Gay, Everyone's A Little Bit Racist, I'm Not Wearing Underwear Today, etc., you just can't resist the Avenue Q cast recording. A great treat.

5 Comments:

  • At November 17, 2005 1:35 PM, Blogger psesito said…

    The soundtrack is so funny, and the music is not bad at all. I think I will get it... unless you already have it :)

     
  • At November 17, 2005 2:42 PM, Blogger DramaKing said…

    Hey! Help out Broadway shows by buying the original cast albums! The more you buy, the better they will do economically, and the more shows there will be in the future! =D

    Germy has spoken!

    -Germy

    P.S. Please ignore the fact that I downloaded it illegaly, ok??? Haha. Do you think it's available in Vallarta? PLEASE! Haha.

     
  • At November 17, 2005 3:34 PM, Blogger psesito said…

    The shows are quite expensive by themselves. Sorry Mr. Germy, the speaking, DramaKing.

    And by the way, I just went to Barnes & Noble in Tysons Corner and they don't have it. It is not just Vallarta.

     
  • At November 17, 2005 4:04 PM, Blogger DramaKing said…

    Yeah, I know, an avid theater fan like Germy (the DramaKing) understands that thater in the US (and Mexico) is not always at accesible prices. Still, if one doesn't occasionally cough up the dough, new artists will likely not be encouraged to produce new work. And they'll be as hard to find as modern operas are.

    Oh, and "Hello!", it's called Amazon.com! They're always open and always have it! =D

     
  • At November 17, 2005 4:49 PM, Blogger psesito said…

    Hey, very similar to you! You are always open (use the connotation that you prefer) and you already have it :)

     

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