Subject: Re:Bad Moon
Fri Jan 19 2007 05:51:20 PM EST from oldgoatroper@uncnsrdOOPS! Soryy about your closet man, my bad....
Subject: Bad Moon
"There's a bad moon on the rise" <-- everyone else
"There's a bathroom on the right" <-- me
geez, just when I think I might post something semi-maybe-funny I go and misspell it. **sigh**
This would be a good time to encourage yet again an "edit" function for logged on users who are
total dumbasses like me that would like to correct a post if the spelling or intent didn't come out
just right the first time. Just a thougpght...
If you want my money,
And you think I'm sexy,
Come on baby, bite my tire!
(not really misheard, but struck me as funny).
<< sprays fleeb with a bottle of Fix-A-Flat(tm) >>
I have this ongoing meme in my head for biting tires. I imagine that I hear it in a few tunes. I'm sure it's inspired by the Firesign Theatre folks.
Another great place for it:
You know that it would be untrue,
You know that I would be a liar,
If I was to say to you,
Girl we couldn't get much higher.
Come on baby, bite my tire.
To get this started
There is a song called airport and I knew someone who thought the word was F off.
"Braaaaaaaaaaaains are heeeeeeeere
and braaaaaaaaaains are deeeeeeeeeear..."
(IGlette singing some sort of zombie play song, I guess. I'm told the actual lyrics have something to do with brainstorming, but I like her version better.)
Darksmith Goldsmith is what I heard the first few times when I
listened to The Beach Boys sing 'Do It Again'.
Its automatic when i
Talk with old friends - this turned to Darkmith Goldsmith for some reason
The conversation turns to
Girls we knew when their
Hair was soft and long and the
Beach was the place to go
My three year old seems to be confusing the words "scapegoat" and "skateboard."
This could be fun. :)
I wonder if Girthta remembers...
"'Cause you bite up my wife, fill her with holes, please carry on..."
(Not really misheard, but...)
Crabs, and lice...
You gave me crabs, and lice.
How can I sleep when I itch all night?
(With apologies to Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, and all those who like the tune 'Somewhere').
"I will choose a bathysphere,
I will choose free will."
(Someone who hung out here nearly two decades ago)