December 26, 2012

At the 10 Commandments of Love Café...



... take happiness with the heartaches and go through life wearing a smile.

11 comments:

Inga said...

Of course number one is the most important, especially in light of the polyamory thread.

St. George said...

If Oscar Wilde wrote Jersey Shore

edutcher said...

I thought we lived the 10 Commandments of Love here at Althouse.

Gary Rosen said...

Harvey and the Moonglows, who performed on the original (I think) recording of the song, featured a young Marvin Gaye on drums. Harvey himself (Harvey Fuqua) also went on to join Motown's stable of producers.

Henry said...
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Henry said...

I first heard about it here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dldrqhTq7W0

I believe, I trust, I promise, I wish love's just a throwaway kiss
In this Pidgin English.

Scott said...

I just finished watching tosh.o on Comedy Central. Before that I watched Family Guy.

Why do progressives and liberals think racism is funny and cute when they express it? Why do they get an eternal pass for spouting ugly sentiments about black and Mexican people, pretending that it's edgy humor?

Racism isn't edgy. It's repugnant. The left needs to be called to account for what they say.

phx said...

Did this make the New Yorker's list?

David R. Graham said...

Ann, you oppose trivialities against families whom neither law nor opinion can touch.

Craig said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGNBpgMvk88

DCS said...

Fabulous song!