Look Like Blondie Looking Like Dr. X BabyfaceMaak™ (19" x 19", One Size)
Not only have I been a Deborah Harry fan since the early punk days of her band, but Blondie was also one of those groups whose lyrics transcended generations, making Blondie still as relevant as ever. When I discovered that Ms. Harry was a diehard wrestling fan after seeing numerous pics of Debbie backstage with everyone from Andre to Allbano when I was 8, well that was it—I'd admire Debbie to the day I died.
Plus, she had the balls to star in a godawful play Broadway play—"Teaneck Tanzi"—strictly because it was about wrestling. Of course, it closed after one night, but Debbie did it anyway because she believed in the story and its star—Andy Kaufman.
I also l loved the way Debbie herself ordered Dr.X (Dick Beyers) gear—cutting and mailing the coupon—I did the same to so many mags but never actually mailed them., likely thinking they couldn't possibly look that good. Well, the shirts sure looked fab on Debbie!
And now during these uncertain times, since we're being practically being forced to wear these antiviral masks, why not wear one that you makes you and other fans smile? God know we could use a laugh right now..
As Debbie sang, "Face to face, sightless solitude. And it's finger popping."
And when this is all over, you still have one hell of a unique wrestling souvenir and/or a fashion accessory. I think that would eXcite Debbie—just that the good Dr. X ordered.
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