David Cook- You better win the American Idol 7
Posted on May 22nd, 2008 by Lilian • Filed under: Life and rants
David Cook wins!
8.00 am. The American Idol season 7 result.
The performance the day before was somewhat boring. David Cook sang songs that are his usual style without anything new. Meanwhile, David A is extremely mushy. Uwekkkk….I hope everyone votes David Cook as winner of American Idol 7 so that we don’t need to hear a Tom Jones with baby face. It seems so perverted! You know, a little kid singing one of those mushy love songs that made those bunch of housewives threw their panties at Tom Jones, kinda song? YES! Back in those days, those crazy women did that to Tom Jones or is it Engelbert Humperdick? Bah, I don’t know ‘cos those were my older sisters’ era. Do chicks still do these? Does Chris Brown get ’em? Or only pervert Japanese old men buy used panties? I don’t know too ‘cos I have no daughters to tell me. And if I ask my sons, they will send me to a mental hospital for asking idiotic questions.
Anyway…the most memorable part of American Idol Season 7 is the below song. The top 8 finalist sang ‘Shout to the Lord’ during one of their charity concert. Yayaya, it is a Christian-y thing about seeing these top 8 singing ‘My Jesus, My Saviour’ that makes it so inspiring.
I will be waking up at 8 am to watch the American Idol live. I hope David Cook wins American Idol. Please, please, please God. I don’t want to see that baby face with an old man’s voice. He is nice but too much of him is like eating too many candies. Makes you want to vomit phlegm.
P/S : This is how my t-shirt looks when flashed with the blinding xenon flash from my Sony Ericsson P1i. Super bright and reflective.
May the light be with you. Now, I wonder if I dare to wear it to church? (cos some people may be reading my blog but they do not immediately associate the ‘church me’ with the ‘blog me’) Hmmm…what say you? Should I take Father Fabian’s preaching – It does not matter how you get there, as long as you got there. Even if it is the obnoxious way. (ok, I rephrased his real homily but basically that’s what I heard)
Maybe I must make another one – I am a blogger. See you in hell.