Manolo and The Day Lewis

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Daniel Day Lewis, Artiste

Manolo says, it is no secret that the Manolo, before the Manolo he bacame the super fantastic shoe blogger, he was the poor boy, so poor that the Manolo he was forced to fashion his own super fantastic shoes out of the vegtable rinds and milk cartons.

For the Manolo of those days gone, the only of the joys they were to be found in the making of the shoes and in the dreaming of the stars of the Hollywood, especially the David Hasselhoff of the Knight Rider.

At night, after the hard day of the poverty, the Manolo he would lay in the dark of his cold, dirty apartment, listening to the rats scurrying, and dreaming that the Manolo he would be rescued by the eccentric billionaire industrialist, who would give the Manolo his own super fantastic KITT Trans Am, one that could use the many features to help the Manolo in the making of the super fantastic shoes.

Together, the Manolo and his car, they would defeat the forces of the evil (who in those days were wearing of the Birkenstocks.)

Today, the Manolo he will never forgotten those dark days of the past when the twin demons of the poverty and the hunger they stalked the Manolo on their pale horses.

This it is why the Manolo he will always love the Hasselhoff, and why he will always love the movies and the television because they–and the shoes–they were the only things that kept the Manolo from falling into the despair.

Likewise, the Manolo he will always love the Daniel Day Lewis, even when he insists on dressing like the eccentric artiste, in the bizarre formal wear of his own misguided device.

The Manolo he will always love the Daniel Day Lewis because as the actor, he, like the Hasselhoff, is the genius. Ever better, unlike any of the other stars of the Hollywood, the Day Lewis, he truly and deeply loves the shoes.

By the way, has the Manolo mentioned that he is working on the screenplay for the Daniel Day Lewis?

The story it is about a super fantastic shoe designer who, together with his super fantastic car, a black Trans Am, designs the most super fantastic shoes the world has ever seen. The shoes, they are stolen by an evil super villian, Blagerfeld, who trys to use the super fantastic shoes to take over the world. The shoe designer, he and his car, they must get the shoes back before it is too late.

It is, of the course, an action picture of the buddies.

In the opinion of the Manolo, this movie is should be directed by the Baz, and star the Daniel Day Lewis. Him or the Russell Crowe.

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