Thursday, January 26, 2006


1. A nameless Squirreling singing this: "Lift me up and let me stand on heav'n's potato land..."

(If you don't recognize the reference, Cyberhymnal can help out.)

2. Squirrelings squabbling about which track to listen to next on the Beethoven's Wig CD. (Check out the link, you can listen to samples on Amazon.) One of them wants the Surprise Symphony again because she likes the big BANG. The other wants the Can-Can song. Again. (Mommy, is our friend who went to France dancing the can-can now?) And they're all singing the Kings and Queens of England song, even Crayons, who enjoys correcting the last line. (It's two Georges, not three!)

3. Ponytails: "Apprentice, what is a cannibal?"
Crayons: "A cannibal, you know a cannibal. Like Tchaikovsky's Cannibal."

(Look at Track 11 of Beethoven's Wig for the explanation of this.)


Leslie Noelani Laurio said...
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Leslie Noelani Laurio said...

Thanks for the hint. LOL!

BTW, your link has an extra http or something at the beginning. I had to tweak it to get it to work.

(Edited to fix some really bad, bizarre spelling!)

Mama Squirrel said...

OK, it's fixed now.

Anonymous said...

Too cute. That last quote reminds me of the newest Charlie and the Chocolate Factory movie. Willy Wonka tells his guests "Everything in this room is *eat*able. Even I'm *eat*able. But that is called cannibalism, my dear children, and is in fact frowned upon in most societies."