English pounds and Eskimo pence
I am willing to wager that the members of the band look at this now (if they dare) and might want that gang-rub man on man scene from the opening back now.
Yeah, those skinny white mulleted bakers look believable as the collectively "prepare" the lead singer to box.What a concept!
The guy on the left at the 0:40 mark reminded me of this guy for some reason.
thanks daisy. i'll be poking out my own eyes shortly.the MSOTD looks like a paler version of the crypt keeper. that is the whitest honky i have ever seen.
I had no idea this song existed before I heard it on the 80s channel! They do dig up some gems. What a great job to have, though...of course, I'd just play all MY favorite stuff and then get fired.
I intially thought Frankie was this dude.Cary, I love the gems you've been digging up lately.
HA! I think your T-shirt of the day made me forget that I had moved!
I heard this on the 80s channel too and couldn't believe it - hadn't heard it for over 20 years. I like this song, and I do the same thing where I go look them up too and download them, but I never look up the video. I guess I want to hear the 80s, but I sure don't want to see the 80s again.
How did this not get on this list?http://usedwigs.com/unintentionally-gay-music-videos/
The lead singer looks like the love child of John Oates and Jay Leno. Also, gray pants guy at the beginning? I think he's Jewish.
I love his feeble little punches at the beginning (:40ish)
i'm shuddering. did this guy go on to Frankie Goes To Hollywood?