Wednesday, December 19, 2007

With a corncob pipe and a Bloglet nose...

It's been my observation that black people don't like being stereotyped.

This is a brilliant Family Guy clip.

I don't care much for her sister, but that Jamie Lynn Spears is quite the positive role model.

I'm hoping I never get a surprise visit by a jockey. He might be offended by my landscaping. Same goes for a gargoyle.

I've got no use for tinsel.

Or koalas.

I haven't seen one bell ringer this Christmas. My pocket is overflowing with pennies.

.....er I mean with $10s and $20s.

And finally, do any of our readers remember these videos? Anyone who ever watched The Bozo Show on WGN growing up will surely remember this...



or this...


or this...

8 comments:

  1. Jane Says:

    I do remember those videos. What I don't remember is Santa looking like an evil old Asian man.

    You missed a tag..."songs that stick in your head." I've got that yodel-like song firmly entrenched.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Remember that time in Baltimore when I compared the large black door lock to something and that someone that had one of those somethings was sitting right in front of us? Good times, good times...

  3. Greg Says:

    Fixed, Jane.

    And "Anonymous"... no comment.

  4. Jeremy Says:

    I have been whistling that hardrock song for the last 10 minutes now, so that label is definitely neccesary. I don't know how to spell neccesary. This comment section needs a spellcheck. Nah thats not neccesary. I'm making myself laugh now. This entire comment was unneccesary.

  5. Greg Says:

    Well done, Jeremy! Awesome! :)

  6. Jane Says:

    Jeremy, this should help. Having the lyrics to the song has helped me really maximize the enjoyment of having that song stuck in my head.

    Ole olady olady I oh
    That's Hardrock, and Coco, and Joe

    Now listen my children and you shall hear
    A story fantastic, a story so queer
    It's all about Santa and his helpers three
    There's Hardrock, and Coco, and Joe

    Now Hardrock's the driver up there by his sleigh
    Coco reads maps and he shows him the way
    Though old Santa really has no need for Joe
    But takes him cause he loves him so

    Ole olady olady I ay
    Donner and Blitzen away away
    Ole olady olady I oh
    I'm Hardrock, I'm Coco, I'm Joe

    And Santa is busy with his heavy pack
    He trusts his drivers and never looks back
    Ole olady olady I oh
    I'm Hardrock, I'm Coco, I'm Joe

    Now go to bed early on this Christmas Eve
    I've no way of knowing just what you'll recieve
    But you'll hear their laughter that much I do know
    ‘Twill be Hardrock, and Coco, and Joe

    The 3 little men only 2 feet high
    Singing to Santa way up in the sky
    Laughing and shouting as the sleigh bells ring
    It's Hardrock, and Coco, and Joe

    Ole olady olady I ay
    Donner and Blitzen away away
    Ole olady olady I oh
    He's Hardrock, he's Coco, he's Joe

    And Santa is busy with his heavy pack
    He trusts his drivers and never looks back
    Ole olady olady I oh
    He's Hardrock, he's Coco, he's Joe

    Ol' Santa will come in and set down his pack
    And Hardrock will hold the reindeer till Santa comes back
    If you hear a giggle as he turns to go
    It's Coco, a snowball,...and Joe!

    Ole olady olady I ay
    Donner and Blitzen away away
    Ole olady olady I oh
    I'm Hardrock, I'm Coco, I'm Joe

    And Santa is busy with his heavy pack
    He trusts his drivers and never looks back
    Ole olady olady I oh
    I'm Hardrock, I'm Coco, I'm Joe
    Ole olady olady I oh...

  7. Jeremy Says:

    Thanks. I'm glad I could contribute. This may be a backhanded compliment, but this blog is so stupid, but it is also one of my faves.

    Who says faves? I should edit that.

    Nah I will leave it.

  8. Brian Says:

    Greg, you should put that on our front page:

    1 Happy St - This blog is so stupid, but Jeremy's fave

    I like it.

    I can't believe this entry got 7 comments. I wonder if it's possible to approach the record from your Spoilers entry from last year.