Charlie Bertsch (cbertsch) wrote,
Charlie Bertsch

The Sound of Barry White

Never having seen the story of the Trapp family in its entirety, I was shocked to discover that its wholesomeness is cut, not only by the brownshirts that start appearing towards the end, but by some serious sexual tension. Maybe it's because Skylar has insisted on hearing the Camelot soundtrack's "The Lusty Month of May" over and over during the past week, but I found myself repeatedly musing on the virtues of Julie Andrews's neck, be that train of thought proper or im.
Tags: autobiography, everyday, film, music, sex
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