I loved the Freak Flag
song, performed by the fairy godmother, three little pigs, gingerbread man, witch, Peter Pan and Pinocchio, who was just like the film character.
Nearly two decades later, she's still flying that freak flag
, and people are still flocking towards her in droves.
He is one of the people in my life that has inspired me to let my freak flag
Being in a very Irish Catholic, Republican area, my community theater taught me at an early age that it's OK to stand out and let your freak flag
As a bona fide dope-smoking hippie, I had decided that it was no longer cool to be isputing, and taking Crosby, Stills and Nash's advice, decided to let my freak flag
The reference to left handed thread and butt plugs leaves little to the imagination especially when positioned beneath the "rainbow" that can be seen as the multi colored "freak flag
" (think of David Crosby singing "I feel like letting my freak flag
Of course if being yourself in all ways is what is most important to you, by all means let your freak flag
But I think I've been less afraid to let my freak flag
fly a little bit -- it has waved gloriously in the wind -- and it's been fun.
AS WELL as being a great time to get your legs out, festivals give celebrities and civilians a chance to let their fashion freak flag
Fans of the freak flag
are apparently multiplying-evidence of which would be the fact that Gou Miyagi's part from Heroin's Video Nasty racked up a million views in a three short days at thrashermagazine.
In the process, we also meet the rest of the bridesmaid crew--Rita (Wendy McLendonCovey), a frustrated wife and mother who sees the wedding as a brief escape from her male-dominated life; Becca (Ellie Kemper), an uptight newly-wed who yearns to let her freak flag
fly; and Megan (Melissa McCarthy), whose lack of tact provides some of the film's biggest laughs.
From an explosive action flick to a passionate kink-fest, for the ladies who let their cinematic freak flag
fly--and both with the queer twist we crave.
Saint Misbehavin'" chronicles the life of one '60s survivor still flying his freak flag
Letting your freak flag
fly is one thing (especially if you pay for it with your own dime); creating well-intended yet economically disastrous programs such as Medicare is something else.
For one thing, Dear Science's freak flag
seems to be at half-mast.