Let's say I was accosted while walking down the mean streets of Fruit Heights, Utah. And let's say at knifepoint my mugger insisted I tell him (or her) my three favorite songs of all time. Here would be my answers.
I also think there's a difference between favorite songs and favorite songs of all time. I have a ton of favorite songs, but to become a FSOAT, it has to have an extra special ingredient. So, at least for right now, here's my (rather vague and subject to extreme subjectivity) recipe for favorite songs:
Janet Jackson and I have a ton in common. If you've met me, it's pretty obvious. Though ignominious, one such parallel is the reason for our weight gain. What can I say? We're committed to our craft. Now, as difficult as it was and will be for Janet and me, respectively, to reduce the poundage (which, frankly, is the theme of this reluctant weblog), the real tragedy is that we never got to play the roles we so desperately ate for. And let me tell you, nothing cuts this method actor deeper than losing a part to a guy in a fat suit. Thanks a lot Ryan Reynolds.
Oddly, not only do I like both of these entertainers more than I like their entertainment (and, trust me, it's not like I hate their goods, that would be B-A-N-A-N-A-S), I think I might like them both as much as I do ... because of their hair. As Mrs. Jenny Sherpa can attest, I have a weakness for pink hair and pig tails. Put them together and you might as well have shown me a monkey riding a dog, because, man, I'm sold. But with the artist formerly known as Mr. Alanis Morrisette-To-Be, sure, he has a good head of hair, and, absolutely, by the time this blog ends, I'd love to have a physique like his, but mostly I think I'm man-crushing on his beard. If I could grow a fierce beard like this I would be unstoppable.