So smell this. Last weekend, Sunday to be exact, I was chilling, doing some cleaning when I lurked the TV guide to see what was on. Imagine my excitement when I saw Lean on Me and The Principal. Two awesome 1980's movies from the 80's that I've seen millions of times.
And they're both about principals reclaiming their respective schools. First up, we had Morgan Freeman cleaning up his school, Gandhi-style. Yes, Black God peacefully cleans up his school, while blissfully unaware of his future incest scandal - in real life.
This PUMP is going to PUMP YOU UP from multiple angles: YO WE'RE TALKIN' ABOUT DRUGS HERE, AN ADULT IS TALKING FORCEFULLY TO A CHILD, A CHILD CRIES, AND MORGAN FREEMAN IS YELLING AT THE KID TO KILL HIMSELF.
Don't believe me? Get PUMPED:
Don't know about you, but that's the kind of stuff PUMPDREAMS are made out of.
Imagine the joy if you were in Morgan Freeman's shoes in that scene. Yelling at some punk kid about crack and killing himself. GO'ON JUMP! More like, GO'ON PUMP!
This next one is short and sweet, seven seconds (not the band) of hilarity.
SOME GUY'S BEATIN' UP KID RAY! Kind of a random little tidbit, but when taken out of context it's kind of silly. Not Kid Ray! OMG!
Shut up trick before I fill you fulla PUMP.
Next movie, IMMEDIATELY AFTERWARD, was The Principal, starring Jim Belushi as a bad ass high school principal. Funny, I always thought of Jim Belushi being bad ass more in the "fighting mountains of coke with his nose" kinda sense.
But sure enough, he kicks some kids' asses, gets his students PUMPED about being students and rides a motorcycle.
And you know what, there weren't any good youtube clips of The Principal, or even his right hand man, Louis Gossett Jr.
Yeah, and I even searched for Iron Eagle clips too, but nothing PUMPWORTHY.
Let's push this PUMP over the edge with something totally unrelated, but wholly PUMPWORTHY: my favorite football announcer announcing Marshawn Lynch's INSANE run from last year's playoff game against the Saints. The PUMP speaks for itself.
DARREN SHARPER HOLD MAH DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII