Avril Lavigne is the Da Vinci of Our Time


Since shedding her post-punk grrl rocker image, Avril has somehow managed to blast out a winning streak of pure, original versatility unseen in culture since Homer.

In this interview with MTV, she shows an unimaginable, super-human depth of creativity.

‘I just wanted the show to be more showy.’

Thank you, Jesus, for all signs of your love.

Thank you, Avril, for leading the attack against shows that aren’t really shows at all.

I can just imagine her inner monologue defining her vision of this spectacular, once-in-a-lifetime event:

‘I’m Avril Lavigne; I’m pretty cool. What should I do with my show? Well, first off, I need a name – something cool, and original… Well, my album was called The Best Damn Thing, and I had a song called, ‘The Best Damn Thing’, maybe I could find a way to incorporate that… WAIT! I KNOW! I’ll call it The Best Damn Tour! But it needs to be really cool, and definitely needs to match my new feminine streak. I’ll get some back-up dancers, get a lot of pink instruments, and some cool LED displays. Show’s are so lame unless they’re show-y. Hey, that’s a good way to describe it. I’ll put on a show-y show, and make it really really really pink!’

Genuflect before this deity of art.

In a related story, has anyone seen these boob pictures? I mean, since when does Avril Lavigne have distinguishable cleavage? And when did my pants get so tight? And this post so awkward… and creepy…


1 Response to “Avril Lavigne is the Da Vinci of Our Time”

  1. 1 melike
    October 21, 2008 at 7:46 pm

    I love you Avril

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