Disastrous Stupidity

13 thoughts on “Disastrous Stupidity”

  1. There’s only so many times a man can hear Steven Tyler’s scream of “Ooooh, pretty mama!” before an urge to kill begins to grow inside the mind and force the body to do things that often lead to incarceration.

    Yes. That number is ONE, for me.

    1. “Ooooh pretty mama”??

      Okay, I’ve got pretty much everything Aerosmith’s ever done, and while I tend to listen to the older stuff, the phrase “pretty mama” doesn’t jump out at me.

      Even you’ve blocked it out! What does that tell ya??

      1. If you’re not hearing it, then you’ve become completely desensitized to the pretty-mamas.

        I knew listening to that crap had ramifications.

  2. It’s okay Love, accidents happen, I know that.

    And miraculously, on a whim I thought I’d check it one more time. Guess what? It’s working! 😀 ♪♪♪♪♪ wish they all could be California girls! ♪♪♪♪

    Really? What the hell? Do electronics heal?? Well, I’ll give it another go. And take it off before I do anything involving … you know … moving.

    1. The original, or the I-can’t-believe-it’s-so-effing-good DLR version?

      There’s no such thing as “I-can’t-believe-it’s-so-effing-good” ANYTHING with David Lee Roth attached. NOTHING.

      1. DLR is immortal, here’s why.

        Yeah, well, that’s all subjective. If he could sing I’d be more inclined to give him the benefit of the doubt. But he can’t, never could, and never will. But hey — if you like him, that’s why they make chocolate AND vanilla, right?

      2. The current play-by-play guy for your Chicago Bulls is a funny looking little bald man named Chuck Swirsky. While he worked in Toronto covering the Raptors, he had a daily sports talk radio show. Whenever any two people disagreed on a subject he would always say “That’s why they make chocolate and vanilla.” It was sort of like a catch phrase of his. During his show, I would hear it at least once a day. Along with his other favourite line “Break out the salami and cheese” whenever the home team was assured of victory.

        Swirsky, I know naught; salami and cheese, however, is AWESOMENESS. Mmm. Now I’m hungry, and thank you for the educational stroll down Trivial Lane. 🙂

  3. Hang in there, I’ve broken plenty of my wife’s stuff over the years… and I’ve stretched out a few of her nightgowns too… but the less said about that the better.

    Yeah … yeah, the less the better there. Yeah.

  4. Ouch. We listened to Blaze on the way back from holiday and I immediately snatched up the copy we got for xmas and finished it that same night. I agree that listening is slower.

    I couldn’t believe the difference. It hurts me.

  5. I’m new here, so maybe I missed it, but did you break the jar of jelly? My son did that, and I ended up making a character clean up the mess–he did work in a grocery store.

    Nope. not the jelly jar. The listening device. But, somehow, it resurrected. I have no idea how. Interesting, no? And welcome! Glad to have you stop by!

    As for David Lee Roth… That California Girls video did nothing for my soul. Call me jealous.

    It didn’t do anything for me either. But then, WIGSF is a music man’s music man, so maybe it’s just him. 🙂

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