Jesus does not like with when you step on his foot while dancing Salsa
Jesus totally danced the Lambada with Mary Magdalene. And Salsa. And the Merengue. However, Jesus totally refused to do either the Macarena or Electric Slide with the lady referred to as the woman sinner. Just because he thought those dances were really dumb.
Sadly, nowadays, Jesus can’t go to any salsa clubs because dress codes prohibit sandals. I hope he gets on the guest list, though, for next Sunday’s Hearts of Compassion Latin Dance and Charity Event benefiting Sophia’s Heart Foundation
Club Sugar is “Milwaukee’s Only Nightclub for Young Adults”. Which means NO BOOZE. NO BOOZE. However, they totally advocate the removal of clothing, as indicated by tomorrow evening’s big event.
Because nothing says good, clean wholesome fun like “Naughty Gras”, where prizes will be given to both girls and boys who collect the most beads.
Alas. I can’t wait to see the photos from Hearts of Compassion. Something tells me the Frauen will descending upon Club Sugar for the free food and a (possible?) glimpse of Danny Gokey.
Yeah. Whatevia. I’ll say something positive.
Thank Flying Spaghetti Monster the designer of the Hearts of Compassion flyer used stock photography. You know, rather than a photo of Sophia and Danny Gokey dancing at their wedding or something…
If you’re in the Milwaukee area, cobble together the $15 for entry/donation and bring a camera. Top Idol loves photos. (But please, stay away from that Naughty Gras shit. You never know when Chris Hansen’s gonna jump out and say SURPRISE! You’re on Dateline!)
But the big question is, why is it okay to publicize an event with a contestants name on it when Fremantle Media insisted The Braddy Bunch, an online fansite for Ricky Braddy be shutdown (coincidentally after his parents wore Braddy Bunch t-shirts on Tuesday’s show)? Is there a double standard going on here?
(FYI, If you’re a Ricky Braddy fan, you can now go to The Missing Square.)