Thursday, December 6, 2012

How Long Can You Watch These Two People Perform Their Break-Up Song?

Posted By on Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 12:45 PM

Jonathan Mann is a singer-songwriter who produces one song (with accompanying video) per day. Ivory King was his girlfriend.

As of this song, they are officially broken up. Which is cool, I guess, since it appears that they've come to a mature decision and chosen to remain cordial about it. Good for them.

Unfortunately, this video is...difficult to watch. Nothing against Mr. Mann and Ms. King, but man, the choreographed dance that they do about 38 seconds in pegs the needle on the Awkward-Meter. The folks I was watching it with here in Weekly World Central tapped out not long after she pulled out the bass clarinet at about the 55 second mark.

I called it after about one-and-a-half minutes — dance break number two spelled my end. If you can watch the entire time without averting your eyes (and I know that anyone who would claim to have done so in the comments section would be honest about it—after all, who would lie on the internet?), you will officially be my hero for the day.

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