Best. Lines. EVER!

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

(1.)  “Is this what they [i.e., the prev-discussed Anita Bryant, and her ilk] mean when they say homosexuals recruit?”
—Pagan Kennedy, in her non-fiction book on the ’70s, on the U.S. Navy’s decision to—completely without irony, mind—use The Village People’s song “In the Navy” in their T.V. ads

(2.)  “Did you give up hope for Lent?”
—Rebecca Gates, in The Spinanes’s song, “Noel, Jonah and Me

(3.) “I’m not your mom!”
—Jenny Toomey, in the Tsunami song “Punk Means Cuddle


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