Difference between revisions of "Emotional collage"

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A phrase that originated with the film [[La Vie En Rose]], in which moments in the life of Edith Piaf (played by Marion Cottiard, singing voice by Piaf, in several [[Ronan Keating Moment]]s) occur in a more or less arbitrary sequence.
 
A phrase that originated with the film [[La Vie En Rose]], in which moments in the life of Edith Piaf (played by Marion Cottiard, singing voice by Piaf, in several [[Ronan Keating Moment]]s) occur in a more or less arbitrary sequence.
  
Next time a young person says "that's so random", they are to be told, "no, that's so emotional collage."  
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Next time a young person says "that's so random", they are to be told, "no, that's so emotional collage."
 
 
Oddly, none of those moments included World War II.
 

Latest revision as of 15:05, 19 May 2015

"It's like taking a person's life, putting it in an iPod, and hitting the shuffle function."

A phrase that originated with the film La Vie En Rose, in which moments in the life of Edith Piaf (played by Marion Cottiard, singing voice by Piaf, in several Ronan Keating Moments) occur in a more or less arbitrary sequence.

Next time a young person says "that's so random", they are to be told, "no, that's so emotional collage."