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Most Beautiful Male Rock Star?
nanowrimo 2010
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         Feeling like a sourpuss this morning, I decided to begin my efforts to fullfull my word challenge by using agelast in a sentence. I was going to say something like: "An agelast of long standing, my sour attitude this morning will come as no surprise" but I got distracted.

         When I did a google "image" search I found the picture that appears above at the left. Thinking to myself, "That looks like David Cassidy; what's that got to do with 'sourpuss'" I clicked. This led me to this extremely long discussion on the subject of just which male rock star men find attractive. To my fairly complete surprise I found that I have an opinion. You can read up on all the many (and there really are many opinions offered. You see my opinion stated by the picture on the right above.

         I guess I am dating myself here, but I remember The Doors' "phenomenon". Like many rock bands before and after, their "craze" "swept the nation" or even the world. Unlike most others, I think Jim Morrison was uniquely identifiable to everyone. There weren't any Doors fans who just listened to the music. They all knew who Jim was, talked about him by first name, had a poster in their bedroom, wanted desperately to see him on TV and generally were a Jim Morrison groupie.

         Now, there were plenty of people out there who barely noticed the doors. They were the ones that missed the beatles because they were still combing the music store racks for Perry Como and Robert Goulet records. They thought Rock'n'roll was only about Elvis and they didn't much like him. Everyone else knew who Jim was.

         My vote for the simply best looking male "rock star" ever was Jim Morrison. The blog I linked above has a lot of "well if I had way too much to drink and I did something I wasn't ever going to talk about afterward ever again, it would be with _ _ _ _ _." I don't care if males find other male rock stars attractive. Not interested in what you'd do if nobody was going to find out. The simple fact of the matter is that Jim had this quality about him that made men and women find him attractive. Hell, if he went walking in the fields the sheep were probably thinking "Wish he was the farmer."

         Guys? Gals? Do you have an opinion?


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I never liked Morrison. There's something silly and artificial about him, that he wanted people to take far too seriously. Laid out in front of me in nothing but whipped cream...I would take the can and leave.

I am a connoisseur of weirdness. Give me weirdness. I thought Bowie when he was in his "man who fell to earth" period was very hot. Now, not so hot. Not age. Just too...uh...normal...

I've always had a thing for Brian May, the guitarist of Queen. Tall, big nose, geeky, knows exactly what to do with his hands...*sigh*

Henry Rollins...guh...drool. *slaps own face*
Quote: "I want a woman who can sit me down, shut me up, tell me ten things I don't already know and make me laugh. I don't care what you look like. Just turn me on. And if you can do that, I will follow you on bloody stumps through the snow; I will nibble your mukluks with my own teeth...I will do your WINDOWS. I will care about your feelings. Just have something in there. I want one of them...readers, that's what I want."
Oh, hot, hot, hot...*sigh*
(the Henry rant, which is a very beautiful thing, is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9S5-EB8dR8).

OK, and all that Barry White would have to do is open his mouth, and I would be...well...I think that's a TMI moment.

Alex my weird ass friend (and not the good, happy weird either) was inspecting Rolling Stones lyrics, and going off on how WONDERFUL they were, and how Marianne Faithful was the most beautiful woman EVER, and I was all...ICK. Yep, drugged out freaks, who only sang about drugs and screwing, and look like night of the living dead rock star. Bleh.


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