Wednesday, July 23, 2008

You may now eat the bride

Does this cake make me look fat?

JoeMyGod had written about this great site, CakeWrecks, that highlights weird cakes that people have created for various events. Some of them are hilarious, like the one above of a wedding cake made in the exact image (wedding dress and all) and size of the bride.

Wouldn't it be kind of creepy to actually cut into it at the ceremony? I wonder if they saved the head and put it in the freezer to eat at a later date?


While trolling through YouTube yesterday for Estelle Getty clips, I randomly did a search for a music video that I was cast in YEARS ago, when I was a young struggling actor. And, as is the norm with YouTube....I found it.

Unfortunately, the quality of their video isn't very good, so here is a link to a clearer version on

You'll just have to hit your back button to come back to the blog (for some reason, they supply the embed code, but once you add the code and the player is embeded in your site, it says "Only available on", then makes you go to their site to view it. Doesn't make any sense...).

I haven't seen it in a long time and, after watching it again, it reminds me how quickly time flies. I was probably all of 22 or 23 at the time and it was one of my first "acting" jobs, so I was excited.

I mean, all the kids were watching MTV videos at the time.

It was for Don Felder (a former member of The Eagles) and, I suppose, it was a solo album of his at the time. I play the innocent milkman (which is odd, since I don't think there were any actual men delivering milk in the 80's) who picks up the two "bad girls" towards the end of the video and then drives them back to their hotel.

Of course, Cheech Marin is in you just KNEW it was gonna be a hit.

Not so much...


My Life .... said...

Wow...Out picking up girls in a milk truck? I wouldn't have guessed that LOL ... Looking rather different then. I was trying to figure which one it was you by watching the video first. Didn't work ....

Vampire Hours said... milk truck days are long gone (I should have kept the outfit, though).

Sissy said...

Oh my...the ol' Milk Man outfit...speaking as a somewhat reformed Bad Girl; it would have totally worked for me.

But, oy - the memories! I have a box of pics from my days as a band-wife. Lots of boofy, fluffy hair and exposed shoulders. Frightening stuff.