1. “Dammit Why didn’t I see him live?”
2. “THERE ISN’T ANYONE LIKE HIM ANYMORE.”
3. “I gotta go to Brixton.”
4. “That baby in Labyrinth never knew how lucky he was just hanging out on Bowie’s lap.”
5. “Who looks that hot in a mugshot?? No one…the answer is no one.”
Struggling with the death of this artistic juggernaut the likes of which have never been seen?? I get it.
Here are some articles that may improve/enrich your cycle of grief**:
Step 1. Turn on The David Bowie Top 33, Bowie’s last album Blackstar, which happens to be our Album Of The Week and/or David Bowie DNA.
Step 2. Read the “lusty scrap” story behind his dialated eye.
Step 4. Watch this hilarious scene from Extras…again because it is that good.
Step 5. If you like Ricky Gervais, read how Bowie influenced him.
Step 6. Watch 1000s of people dancing in the streets of his hometown to celebrate his life. Think about that. Most of us would be thrilled to know our existence compelled one person to dance after we die…Bowie?? THOUSANDS.
— Shady Music Facts (@musicnews_shade) January 11, 2016
Step 7. Remember this brilliant quote which may not be original but does put things in perspective because at the end of the day, we are pretty f*cking lucky.
If you’re ever sad, just remember the world is 4.543 billion years old and you somehow managed to exist at the same time as David Bowie.
— Dean Podestá (@JeSuisDean) January 10, 2016
Step 8: Check out that style!
Step 9: Watch Labyrinth…again.
**Disclaimer: There are a million fantastic articles/stories/experiences out there about him and I am well aware I didn’t even scratch the surface…these are simply some of the ones that made me smile and I’m hoping they do the same for you.