Friday, April 21, 2006
Top Ten Ways to Know that You are a True "Weird Al" Fan
Since I am a confessed "Weird Al" Yankovic fan, I thought it would be fun to give a top ten list: the Top Ten Ways to Know that You are a True "Weird Al" Fan. So, here you go:

You know that you are a true "Weird Al" fan if...

  • 10) Your favorite "Weird Al" songs are his originals, not his parodies
  • 9) You have been to a "Weird Al" concert and bought the "Weird Al" Yankovic Live DVD of the same concert
  • 8) You saw UHF in the theater
  • 7) You subscribed to the Midnight Star newsletter back when it was published
  • 6) You enjoy "Weird Al"'s skill on the accordion
  • 5) You are willing to pay over $100 on eBay for an original CD of the rare and out-of-print Peter and the Wolf with Wendy Carlos
  • 4) You have pondered the significance of the number 27
  • 3) You have memorized "The Yoda Chant"
  • 2) You have actually tried a Twinkie wiener sandwich
  • 1) You understand over half of this list!
 
posted at 8:00 AM  
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1 Comments:
At 9:07 PM, Anonymous Jeffrey Phibbs said...

Finally something I can comment on. The "Eat It" video has to be the best Weird Al video IMO. The same actors play the thugs as in Michael Jackson's original. Pretty cool. Don't accuse me of heresy...but UHF was a bit disapointing. A little ahead of its time, I suppose.

Happy Blogging John!

 

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