A friend of mine, upon returning to Ontario for a visit home (she current resides in San Diego) commented to me that Canadian guys are just a lot cuter than guys in California. Maybe it's a combination of a more laid-back and relaxed attitude, along a certain ruggedness I've found, but without the hyper-masculine neanderthalness.
Right now, right here, this moment, I'm harbouring a huge crush on singer/songwriter Danny Michel.
|There's something sexy about a man and his accordian. Source|
I'm not entirely sure where Danny Michel hails from, but I always like to imagine he's from somewhere in Quebec. The name screams Quebecois and I'll be honest, I have a bit of a weakness for the Quebecois accent. Ohm.
I'm not a big fan of the European French accent. I don't know, but the times I've heard it - and working customer service for a company with an international user-base I come across it from time to time - it just always sounds.. I don't know. Fake. Stereotypical. I always want to laugh because every time someone speaks Parisian French to me, it sounds like they're channeling Pepe LePew. Sorry, people from France. It's not you, it's that stereotypical imitations are so bang on, that I always think that you all are playing it up for laughs.
I never said I was a good person.
But French Canadian accents? Yum. Friends can attest, they have an.. *koff* effect on me.
Anyway, where was I? Yeah... so, cute in a laid-back indie-folk way, way talented, imaginary sexy Quebec accent (can't find a home town on the bio, so my fantasy gets to live on another day). Can't ask for much more for Reverse Objectification Thursday.
He has a song called Maybe You Can Find It In Your Heart, and if I listen to this song in the car, the intro sequence always makes me feel like I'm starring in the opening credits of some kind of romantic comedy, or possibly a family comedy. I think if they ever made a movie of my life, I'd have to insist that the film open with me getting my car and pulling out of my driveway with this song as the soundtrack.
Incidentally, the end credits of the movie of my life would roll out to Mike Ness' cover of "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright."
In case you were interested.
So yeah, go check him out.