By Steve Weinstein
By Bryan Bierman
By Lindsey Rhoades
By Chaz Kangas
By Ben Westhoff and Sarah Purkrabek
By Jena Ardell
By Jesse Sendejas Jr.
By Katherine Turman
Wethe old, the sheepish, the conditioned, and uncoolwe love it all, obviously. Here's a performer teasing us with her youth, making us wish we actually had been the high school rebels we told our college friends we were. Even when doing wrong, Sov can do no wrong. She acknowledges malfunctioning moments seconds before they lack luster, and that only makes us want more of them. It was a good show, I think.
But seriously, folks, seriously: How long till somebody knocks this clown on her ass? What's the cutoff age for talking jive; when does "beef" become a seven-course slug buffet? The biggest midget in the game, Sov calls herselfbut when do we stop thinking midgets are inherently funny? Never? The answer very well may be never.
With that in mind, let's indulge our nostalgia and relive the fun crush on a 19-year-old girl who's way, way badder than us. We're 13, and Sov's our best friend's sister drinking malt in the Volvo, dry humping under the bleachers, smoking cloves in the cinema parking lot.