First made popular by Bon Jovi, those lyrics brought my fraternity, Zeta Beta Tau, the prize for best large act at Sigma Kappa’s Late Night.
Last night, it was made a smash hit by Michael Borohovski and the Sexy Borskis. I kid you not. You might know Borski as a frequent commenter, so the next time you run into him online, ask him for his digital John Hancock, he’s gonna make it big.
So basically, every sorority at MIT throws a big philanthropy event each year. Sigma Kappa’s is Late Night which is basically a talent show with acts ranging from magic acts to dances to serenades.
Some of the acts from the night included my former roommate balancing a 6 foot table with the legs open on his chin.
He also decided to juggle knives while “surfing” on a makeshift surfboard consisting of a 4″ PVC pipe and a sheet of plywood.
He also gave a short physics lesson to everyone at the performance to highlight how dangerous it is to do what he successfully attempted.
A later act involved a very humorous magician and his assistant.
Some guitar jamming.
Stairway to Heaven.
A tribute to Santana with some behind the back guitar playing
AND A TRIBUTE TO THE BEST MOVIE EVER: NAPOLEON DYNAMITE
Oh, if you want to know who the Sexy Borskis are, here you go. Fainting is optional.