Smiling in a mask is harder than you'd think.
The Dance - Early Evening
The fact that they dressed in masks and then wore Masquerade masks over them was pure genius. Execution was flawless, although Darth Vader (as well as the other members of The Force )was certainly missed.
In reflection of Saturday night's events, I'm starting to question if Coach ever donned a mask.
Look at the adorable smile on that unsuspecting woman's face. Little does she know that she's about to get an up close and very personal glimpse of The General's, um, undergarments. May she lead the youth of the Catholic church down a path more righteous and pure than his has obviously been.
It's widely agreed upon that The General and Munchkin are frighteningly similar in their dispositions (crippling shyness and an overwhelming sense of social anxiety being their strongest bonds, obviously). What I didn't realize is that they also share a look of mild constipation when headbanging.
I'm going to say it. Munchkin's role as Takashi was brilliant. How us Omega Mus kept the rhythm of the choreographed clapping as flawless as we did despite The General's raucous laughter at his sister is a true testament to our unwavering dedication and professionalism.
Is it weird that every night since Saturday, when I close my eyes to fall asleep, I immediately hear the opening notes to this song? I mean, every single time. I'm sure it has nothing to do with the fact that I've watched the video at least 30 times (and, sadly, that is not much of an exaggeration).
Let The Good Times Roll
Photobomb courtesy of Mr. MC. His mask was so disturbing I could not make myself go near him. That mouth . . . *shudder*.
Her general look of distrust probably has everything to do with the fact that I'm about 10 seconds away from ripping that camera away from right around her neck. Man, would this blog be so much cooler if I had one of those (hint, hint).
Thanks again, Connor team. You are amazing.