I have this belief that everyone is a little crazy. There is that wild part in them that either comes out all the time, or it only comes out in the privacy of the bathroom when no one is around! Me, well I am the first choice. I don't think it's healthy to be so pruddish as to think that driving in the city and dancing to music while sitting in the car at a red light with hundreds of people around is crazy! Is it always okay to be that sheletered in your own body as to not laugh at someone like that? You see, I have this problem - when I get into a car and a song comes on, well, I just have to dance a little (okay a lot, but I don't distract the diver of the car that I am in, she expects it from me!). It is so much fun to be in the city, jammin to Britney Spears (I don't want to hear no flack from all the BS haters, I love and don't really care if you don't!!) and I just start to dance. Most of the people I encounter on my dancing route smile, some laugh, very rarely is there a point of the finger, and I have never seen a look of disgust! I've even driven down US Route 1, on my way to Dover Air Force Base and danced, and I'm talking arms going, head throwing have a good time dance. We pull up to pay one of the tolls, and the car in the other lane signaled to me to roll down the window. He then says, "Man, you sure are having a good time!" I was like, yeah, I'm just dancing to the music! He told me to keep it up, he payed his toll, and drove off with the biggest smile on his face! I made his day and that of his passengers. Now, I'm not saying that people don't get annoyed by my spontaneous acts of vehicular dancing, but for the most part people just laugh. And you know the funny thing? I could care less if they think that I am crazy and deranged (that's from a Beyonce and Jay-Z song "Crazy in Love," a great song to start car dancing to!!). I am just glad because for one second of that persons day that laughed out loud at seeing some pitiful white boy in a car danicng his ass off!! I don't really know why that makes me happy, but it does. I love to make an ass out of myself for the enjoyment of total strangers. Like I said, if I can make one person smile who is having a miserable day, then my day is all the more better! I know today, the traffic was horrible, stop, go, stop, go for like twenty city blocks, but the time passed by so quickly for me. And of course I put the radio on full blast and danced my ass off, and of course people looked, and smiled and laughed, and then went on about their day. But I know that they are going to be sitting there, eating dinner later on tonight and relay to their family, "oh yeah, I was walking through the city today and all of a sudden this boi comes out of no where and is just dancing in a car, I mean all out dancing (insert laugh) and I could do nothing but laugh at it!" Now, I have made that person day twice!! That is what makes me happy. I love to see a smile on other peoples face because it puts a smile on my face! Of course I know some people can't do that! Their jobs, their family tell them that doing such a thing is not a good thing, but I am telling you, for one time in your life, do something funny or off the wall and look at the people who smiled at you and laughed. Don't worry if they are laughing at you, just be glad that they are laughing, and for one moment in your day you have made someone else's day!! What a great feeling!! I just wish that people weren't so damn self centered as to believe that life isn't supposed to be fun. There is a saying, "All work and no play makes a man......." I don't remember how the saying goes, but I do know that it says something about being gray and basically boring!! Come on people, LIGHTEN UP A LITTLE!! Enjoy a little bit of insanity, I'm having fun in my insanity, what, you're not having in yours??