Speaking of boys with good hair, Amy kind of, sort of (totally) loves Zac Efron. And because I am evil, the list of dares I sent included publicly professing her love for him. Or, more specifically:
Compose an ode to Zac Efron
So she did:
Amazing, right? No, seriously. Guys. She did that. And here is the ode written out for posterity and your entertainment:
Ode to Zac Efron
O ye of High School Musical fame
Whose ridiculous looks I tried to resist
With hair which no gel or mousse could tame
Who if others mock I will OH YES get pissed
He danced on a golf course and got all groovy
He had a ghost brother and also a ghost lay
He went to war and—oh never mind
You can excuse me for missing a Nicholas Sparks movie
Your taste might be lacking but, Zac Efron, it's OK
I think he's okay with that.
Amy, you took on this dare like a champ. I'd bet money that this tops the odes to Zac Efron recited whilst holding a Zac Efron doll from High School Musical. So thank you.
Next up on the blog is . . . me! Send me your truths and dares here, please.
Amy Spalding grew up in St. Louis, but now lives in the better weather of Los Angeles. She received a B.A. in Advertising & Marketing Communications from Webster University, and currently works as the Digital Media Planner for an independent film advertising agency. Amy studied longform improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and can be seen performing around L.A. Her debut novel, The Reece Malcolm List, will be published by Entangled Teen in 2013, and combines many of her favorite things in life, including Stephen Sondheim and boys with great hair. You can find out more about Amy at her website, Twitter, or Goodreads.