No contest here. Your favorite Patrick Swayze movie?
Dirty Dancing took first place with half of the vote. It’s not that I don’t like Dirty Dancing — it’s just that I was never as crazy about it as all the other girls, for some reason. Kind of like The Little Mermaid. Everybody LOVED The Little Mermaid when I was a kid. I was like, yeah, it’s kind of cool, especially the French chef’s song, but can we watch Beauty & The Beast again now? Or Die Hard?
I will say that whenever I have to carry something awkwardly large and heavy at work, say one of those huge bags of fluid for dialysis? I usually think to myself, I carried a watermelon.
Your second favorite Patrick Swayze movie is To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar, while the bronze medal goes to Point Break. I have, honestly, never seen either of these movies. Ghost really surprised me by only getting one vote — I assumed, obviously incorrectly, that it was an actual contender for gold. Maybe I just like “I’m Henry the 8th I Am” more than “Hungry Eyes.” Because I’m a terrible person, clearly.
Red Dawn and The Outsiders also only got one vote, while Road House and North & South received no love from anyone.
Pain don’t hurt . . . unless it’s the deadly sting of rejection. Sorry, Dalton.
3 thoughts on “Nobody Puts Patrick In The Corner. . .”
Damn right, nobody puts me in a corner. I’d…
Oh. Oh, you meant Swayze. Nevermind.
You know, I even thought that as I was writing that . . . no one puts you in the corner, either, Pat. 🙂
The only Patrick Swayze movies I’ve seen are Ghost and Point Break. The latter I thought would have been a much better movie if it had ended about halfway through with that scene where Keanu Reeves can’t shoot Swayze and fires into the air.