Cyndi Lauper blew to the top of the chart lists with her debut album, “She’s So Unusual” with her flamboyant attitude and fashion from her dreams and from thrift shops scattered around New York City, which is where she got her inspiration and desire from which to be different. In her 1984 music video “Time After Time” which got her a MTV Music Award for “Best Female Video”; Lauper introduces her acting character who can cry on demand and wear red lipstick and kiss whoever she wants. In the video, Lauper portrays a character that just got dumped due to ridiculous new hot fiery red hair dye job. Personally, I think it was for the best because now her ex lives in silver bullet trailer full of dirty dishes and unwanted desires. At the end of her video she hops on a train with her plaid suitcase (probably full of makeup and fish net panty hoes) and cries her way to her next single, “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” that goes perfectly with the ending of Lauper’s video. Cyndi, keep it going girl you are over 55 and still wearing those panty hoes and rocking it. Twerk team, do better.
She’s So Unusual by Cyndi Lauper (hannibalcollector.wordpress.com)