It’s been a little while since I had a “rant” so I figured now is as good a time as any. First, the weekend is a great time to catch up on your MTV reality shows. God bless the MTV marathon. Second, I’m embarrassed to admit that I had watched “DanceLife” with Saint Jennifer Lopez de las Bronx. I can’t help it though. I must admit the show isn’t that bad (imagine me being nice? I know, right?). However, here’s my issue. It’s a little something I like to call “the embarrassment factor.” It seems like at the end of every episode they rotate one person doing some crazy interpretive dance and it always seems like it’s the person of the episode who is having the biggest stressful moment. Therefore, I get embarrassed. Then I thought to myself, what if everyone in life did this? So, the next time I’m in work and am having a crappy day I’m going to go into one of the conference rooms, turn on the boombox (yes, I said boombox), flick on the floor fan, and dance my ass off. I strongly suggest that you do the same. Are you stuck in traffic and all pissed off? Well, just get out of the car and start dancing. Have a “dance off” with the person in the next car. On DanceLife this always seems to solve the problem of the episode. P.S, the one dude from Boston has a worse accent than me and I didn’t think that was possible. Go figure?
P.P.S, I saw a commercial for a new MTV show called “Juvies” about kids going to Juvenile Hall. Seriously, I can’t wait. I can only hope that somehow the girls from Sweet Sixteen somehow end up on this show and go to jail. Fingers crossed.