34 Bulging Reasons To Rewatch "Labyrinth"
David Bowie, Goblin King of the Bulge.
An important and oft spoken-about part of classic '80s sensation Labyrinth is the presence of David "Goblin King" Bowie's sizable bulge.
It is, by all accounts, deserving of its own billing.
Look forth on to the subtle bulge that appears during Bowie's first musical number, "Magic Dance".
About to throw baby bulge...
Throwing baby bulge!
It should be noted, however, that Bowie's Bulge (TM) is also renowned for its subtlety.
Watch as Hoggle ponders the meaning behind the bulge.
Is this the bulge I'm looking for?
What can the bulge *do* for me?
What does the bulge mean?
How does the bulge affect me?
Who am I?
But before Hoggle can have his questions answered, the bulge hides, aloof.
The bulge is also known for using babies as a way to hide from the publicity that haunts its everyday life.
NOW. Gaze yonder (just like Hoggle) at the perfectly framed bulge.
Try to hold your gaze for as long as possible – do not err as Hoggle has done here.
Observe the bulge.
...and appreciate it.
And leave in tears as you realise the bulge is far more powerful than anything you've come across within any labyrinth, anywhere.
Watch the ballroom bulge.
Look towards the bulge as it emerges from hiding behind the baby.
Do you see the upside-down bulge?
The sideways bulge?
Do you see???
Do you see?!??!?
As with all truly great things, the bulge is not long for this world.
Goodbye, bulge. Goodbye.
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