Damn if I didn’t have all these grandiose plans for a witty post about soy sauce today, but then I saw this post on Ukulele Hunt and all my plans when to shit.
Seriously, it’s like magical fairies drank a box of Franzia then decided to concoct the most perfect thing in the entire world just for me. I swear I’m not exaggerating. What happens when you combine kazoos, recorders, adorable accents, ukuleles AND Justin Timberlake? This is probably the best video ever made in the history of all time – EVER. Brace yourself, Interwebz…
I know!!! They’re freaky and they know it, right? I’m still breathing heavy myself. In fact, I might need a moment here to watch that another forty-seven times.
The only thing that could possibly make it better would be a unicorn. Well, sitting here watching it with honest to goodness JT might make it a little better. Then again, I haven’t showered yet so it’s probably for the best he’s not here. (Just in case you’re in dire need of some uke-icorn action try this one.)
Only after I’ve spent twenty minutes blathering on about how magic this tailor-made video is do I realize that it’s having been tailor made (by fairies! and tiny giraffes!) for me by definition pretty much guarantees it doesn’t really fit anyone else. So no one can possibly love this video as much as I love this video. Which means you’re all bored to tears and scratching your head wondering why I’m so in love with this video.
So maybe I should go ahead and tell you my soy sauce story. Though after 250 words of buildup it really can’t possibly live up to your expectations. Then again, after billing that video as the best thing since vibrator manufacturers switched to AA batteries, you’re expectations are probably pretty damn low at this point. Worst case I’ll just hammer another nail into the coffin we’ll affectionately call “I Don’t Get This Chick’s Sense of Humor.”
I’ll try and keep it short. There’s this thing called Freecycle where you can post things you don’t want anymore and snag things that other people no longer need. For example, when we put the house on the market (twice) I posted a printer and some furniture on Freecycle and within hours, people came and carted them away!
I get an email from them everyday with the latest listings…like this one. I’m thinking about reserving myself a u-haul so I can carry away all the spoils.