Friday, September 14, 2012

Friday Funday Wrapup!

Happy Friday everyone! Let's get right to it.

So my boyfriend sent this to me a month or two ago, predicting this guy would be huge. He was right. And since some of you have mentioned to me that you think part of the Friday Wrapup should include a video of the week (since it kind of usually does anyway), I have decided that this will be the first official launch of it.

I can't get this song out of my head, even though I have no idea what he's saying. But it's better than having "Call Me Maybe" on loop in my mind, so I'll go with it. Also, I'm totally dancing like this at the wedding we're going to next week. CB is going to be SO excited! And impressed with my skilzzzz.




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Dear Halloween Candy,
Quit showing up earlier and earlier in every store that I shop at. I have avoided you thus far, but it's only the middle of September and we all know I'm not that strong. Also, I would like to not have to buy all new clothes that fit only because of their elastic waistbands, so could you PLEASE go away until, I don't know, the middle of October? I'd really like to not get diabetes before my birthday.

Love,
Becky


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So yesterday I was talking with a friend of mine, and somehow the subject of sex and sex ed came up. Inexplicably. Not sex ed in school, but rather sex ed as we got it from our parents. She told me about a girl who's mom explained sex to her by showing her a biology video of, like, frogs or something, and it was all very scientific and straightforward until it got to the actual "bow-chica-bow-wow" part. At which time the video cut to a man and woman ballet dancing.

What?

Yeah. So this was obviously hilarious and reminded us both of this Julia Sweeney video we'd seen about when she first had the birds and the bees conversation with her daughter. And then I immediately watched it and laughed out loud. Enjoy.




Happy Friday, everyone!








12 comments:

  1. So.. my sex education involved my mom telling me:
    "When a mom and a dad love each other very much, they kiss, hold hands, and pray to God that he will bring them a baby."

    I was VERY confused when my friend and I fell upon her parent's stash of porn. THAT DIDN'T LOOK LIKE PRAYING!

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    1. Haha that's awesome! That's definitely not praying.

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    2. The worst part of the porn experience was that it was a weird porn that tried to have a storyline, and the male lead was a police officer - which was that much more disturbing, since my dad was a cop.

      The memories! Ahh! Incidentally, my friend is now a lesbian. Not sure if those two are related, but I wouldn't be surprised!

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  2. "Gangnam Style" is almost TOO catchy. There must be Satanic chanting mixed in there somewhere.

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  3. i totally danced "open condom style" at my own wedding but I wasn't so much a "sexy lady" (that's what they are saying, right?) as it was "totally fun and on the tables with my in-law cousins" (too much of a stretch with the last part, there??). therefore, as a recent bride, i not only encourage you, but totally and completely encourage you to dance as such at someone else's wedding. Go forth in fun sexy-lady-on-the-table-open-condom-style!

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  4. Haha this comment is one of my all time favorites! Ok, so I think he's saying "gangnam style" but for the LIFE of me all I can ever hear is "condom style" too!!!! Hahaha I'm totally doing this dance at the wedding next week. It. Is. On.

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  5. Hey! I've decided to pass the Liebster Award on to you. You probably know about it already, but if you don't, it's bloggers showing appreciation for each other's work. I just was given this for my blog, The Travelin-gineer. So, if you're into it, check my post and link back on your page.

    http://thetravelin-gineer.blogspot.com/2012/09/liebster-award.html

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  6. haha do it! and post pics if you dare! have a great time.

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  7. So THIS is what that SNL skit was about! I was so confuzzled when I watched that. I totally thought he was saying "whoop 'em Magnum style", which just led to more confusion because he's Asian. There's no possible way he could DO that!
    The dances however, are phenomenal, and should be performed by you at a wedding. I think the happy couple would be disappointed if you DIDN'T do it.

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    1. Ahhh, I missed the SNL skit but now I'll have to go YouTube it - thanks! And glad I could help clear that up. :-)

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