Welcome to Would You Like Fries With That? Lucky Number 13. This is my random musings that I have throughout the week on social media and what not saved all in one place. I discuss ZZ Top lyrics, conversations with the wife about bees, and poorly phrased advertisements.
Mysterious ZZ Top Song Lyrics
I love the Spotify app. There is a very neat feature that it has on the mobile app which is called “Behind the Lyrics.” This pop up window will give you insight into a few of the more popular songs’ meanings. You can learn what the artist said and their interpretation of some of the more vaguely poetic lyrics.
However, I don’t think that this feature was absolutely necessary for the song “Legs” by ZZ Top.
Does it really seem like this song is really shrouded in mystery after all of these years? I sincerely doubt post graduates are dissecting it for their thesis. The music video also sends a clear message that I picked up on when I was young and innocent (a little less innocent after the song and video).
NOT THE BEES!
Mrs. J and I always have amusing conversations. Some of which I can share with you. Some of which I can’t. Let me set this one up for you.
First off, let just say that WYLFWT.com Twitter participates in the trending conversation. The other day I said this about the trend “Signs of a Bad Restaurant”:
— WYLFWT.com (@WYLFWT) August 28, 2017
My wife then sees this tweet and we have this conversation…
Wife: Richie, what restaurant has bees in the title?
Wife: We are just going to pretend I never asked that.
Sometimes, it just seems like social media advertisements aren’t exactly phrased correctly. Let us give you an example. This one, bringing up the possibility of “interactive murder boxes.”
Now… does the box murder you? Do you murder a box? I only ask because I can murder a box without having to sign up for a service.
I’m kidding. I’m kidding. It is a mystery that you have to solve. Cool! Still… work on that phrasing thing I was talking about earlier.
TRUE BIZARRE STORY OF THE DAY:
Woman found dead in car at It’s Not Dead Festival; Foul play not suspected
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (VVNG.com) Sheriff’s officials are conducting a death investigation after a 33-year-old Bakersfield woman was found dead in her car after the punk rock festival ended. The It’s Not Dead festival was an all-day event held on August 26th at the Glen Helen Amphitheater and was attended by over 9,300 concert-goers.
MEME OF THE DAY:
VIDEO OF THE DAY:
Cinema Sins – Everything Wrong With Boss Baby
That is it for today folks! As always, stay legendary, my friends!
Richie “No-T” Jackson