It should, though. Because it interests me. And I'm running the blog. So read on.
I have a mission today. It is to educate you and you're brains which may know nothing of this photo.
This is 'The Man.'
I do not have many crushes, but when I do begin to start feeling myself falling into the orbit of never ending love, I will know one thing. He is dead. It's a terrible habit of mine. I should probably shake it somehow, but, my darlings, who would want to after looking into those dazzlingly blue eyes?
Black and white photographs have a very swaying affect on how you view a person. They make him (or said person, naturally) more dashing, more chivalrous, and more...more positively perfect. But dear old Frankie, The Man, doesn't need to be taken down to grayscale. Especially when displayed with these two.
Yes, even in color I still feel a bit weak at the knees.
IT'S FRANK SINATRA. Who wouldn't? Oh yeah, I guess Bing Crosby and Dean Martin are in there too...don't want to let them feel left out.
But alas, they are all deceased. Gone with the wind. Dead beyond repair. And yet, even with such hopeless information, you will never encounter a groovier trio of magnificence. Classy, I think the word is. Smooth.
So be educated and follow my lead. Please swoon over dearest Frankie and listen to his records and watch his multiple movies. I have a scrapbook in his honor. When I am sad, I look at it. And then I'm not sad.
P.S. Here's a doll photo as a reward for looking at photos of old men in suits.