I am not sure what Michael Flatley would have to say, but I'll freely admit I thoroughly enjoyed Papelbon's eclectic take on Riverdance: Now with broom!
(photo from Boston.com)
I came, and I saw Papelbon (Sox closer) jig it out in a kilt given to him by the Dropkick Murphy's. Not a bad way to spend your lunch break if you ask me.
Okay, apropos of nothing, what is the deal with grown women wearing Winnie the Pooh outerwear? Like full-on faux varsity jackets? Has anyone else seen these?
I used to work with a woman who wore a Winnie the Pooh jacket, which was a serious coat with leather arms that had to have cost whoever bought it some equally serious sheckles, and it was her staple coat that she wore to work. A place with no kids. I hadn't thought about her and her stupid jacket (apologies to those who own one, but come on) until today when I saw another woman wearing a windbreaker zip up jacket with a big letterman-style "P" on the back with the word "Pooh" written down thru the straight line in the letter. Also sans kids (should you think I think having kids makes it any more acceptable for me, it doesn't). I don't know, but I think as a an adult you have to draw the line somewhere. For me, it's saying no to Disney as outerwear. Even the embroidered jean jackets with Pooh and the gang. Yes, ladies, even those.
(and if it was a gift from your kids, then get new kids I say. that simple.)