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11 Responses

  1. Heather Gray

    Hilariuos. I want to be Gwendolyn in the actual low budget theatre production. I have a flip video and acting experience! 🙂

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  2. Cadry

    Hilarious! As a big Adele fan (you know, me and nearly every other person on the globe…), this struck me as particularly funny. Poor dude. I especially liked the line, “Sometimes it lasts in love and sometimes it hurts…”

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  3. Lance

    BRAVO!

    Let’s be honest, whether it’s Carly Simon (You’re So Vain), Patty Smyth *Goodbye To You), Alanis Morisette (You Outta Know, Adele, or Taylor Swift (her entire catalog), being a music to a crazy female musician is a badge of honor. Real people will admire you for dumping a whackjob to settle down with someone that isn’t prone to sleeping with her drummer, doing lines of coke off a Motel Six toilet, or brag about blowing you in a Theatre or Theater.

    This should be a regualr series. I’d like to play the 10 hockey players You Outta Know is aboot.

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    • Amy Vansant

      Heh, canadians… ha! You know, the service I used to subscribe to your blog died, I have to find another way to have it emailed to me…. thank you for reminding me!

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  4. SarcasticNinja

    My New Year’s Resolution is to not date any famous artistes, to avoid the possibility of being negatively immortalized. So far, success.

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  5. bill major

    i can see why he dumped her, she looks like a hunchback……lol

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  6. Tracy

    My husband gets a little tweaked when I mention him on my tiny little blog, even in a good way. I can’t imagine what would happen if I wrote a world famous song about him breaking my heart.

    Poor Charles. Looking forward to the next installment of No Video Skills Theatre.

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