One of the more unusual things on my bucket list — and I’d say it’s right up there with wanting to learn how to play the accordion — is to go to a concert, or any really big event, and have thousands of balloons rain down from the ceiling/sky, and I blame this on David Bowie’s Modern Love video.
Have you seen it? There’s a giant crescent moon thingy suspended over the crowd, and all of a sudden it starts pouring out thousands of shiny gold foil balloons.
I thought this was extremely amazing where I was a kid (and still do).
The song, by the way, LOVE. IT. And thanks to YouTube for finally clearing something up for me. In the song, I always thought that David Bowie was singing, “It’s not really work; it’s just the power to talk,” but he’s not really saying that, OMG! He’s actually saying, “It’s not really work; it’s just the power to charm.”
Who freaking knew? I would be so lost without you, Interwebz…
Speaking of modern love, Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, which also means that Valentine’s Day gift sets are coming, too.
If you like lovely scents, here are two new sets by Viktor & Rolf.
The first is the Valentine’s Day Flowerbomb gift set for $120…
And the other is the $115 Spicebomb set for the dudes.