Godzilla Week! concludes with the wacky notion that Godzilla replaces the solo Tammi Terrell parts.
In this post-truth/pre-apocalypse world, one wonders if umlauts will be placed on top of most vowels. If this is the case, how far is the tilde from dominating our consonants? I am most fearful of the acute mark messing up the other vowels. In 1984, when Japanese pop star monster, Godzilla was asked about how these accents might change its life, its response was, “Squeeonk!!” Indeed, squeeonk, indeed.
A touring American tenor arrived in a small Japanese village. He claimed to be the greatest singer in the entire world. His mission was simple: to grace the villagers with his beautiful voice, in return for a meal fit for a king. Before proceeding further, it is imperative to point out that Japan does not accept such boastful words without merit, it needs to be earned, backed up. In short, prove it or lose it. With this, a competition was decreed to prove once and for all, who had the best singing voice.
This is what happens when Godzilla joins ’90s English one-hit wonder band, EMF, not to be confused with electromagnetic field. Instead of the lyrics “Unbelievable”, it’s “Squeeonk-ble”.