Saturday, May 03, 2008

Speaking of Ren & Stimpy

It's better than bad-- it's good!

9 comments:

Shoeaddict said...

Were we? Speaking of Ren and Stimpy, that is?

Kate said...

Yeah, well, that post never got posted...

AlaneM said...

I love(d) Red & Stimpy!
Now I just love log :)

Zolafan said...

What rolls down stairs
alone or in pairs,
and over your neighbor's dog?
What's great for a snack,
And fits on your back?
It's log, log, log

It's log, it's log,
It's big, it's heavy, it's wood.
It's log, it's log, it's better than bad, it's good.

Everyone wants a log
You're gonna love it, log
Come on and get your log
Everyone needs a log
log log log

Mary said...

I want a log! ::giggle::

Thanks for the baby name post. Now that I've been cruising around your blog I'm wondering if you are a new mommy too.

I am going to come back to your book lists as soon as my finals are over. I'm dying to read something for fun! I'm a Lit major and I hope to teach hs English if I ever get out of college... If I ever get all my papers written.

KatieBug said...

Fun! You have just turned my kids on to the wonders of log. We watched the clip 3 times. ;)

zydeco fish said...

I want log too :-)

Zolafan said...

i've been trying to google another Ren and Stimpy clip, w/no luck. there was an episode (don't think it was the episode where they were in the army) where they were faced with a bunch of soldiers who sang a song along the lines of -

"And we'll stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp for freedom!
And we'll crush, crush, crush, crush for justice!"

while stomping R&S.

at one point, the soldiers can't remember their song, so Ren helpfully reminds them that they "stomp" for freedom...anyone remember such an episode?

Kate said...

Katiebug, I am so pleased to have passed along log to another generation.

Mary, thanks for the post. Not a mama yet, although we're hoping for soon. I do hear your frustration-- when I first started teaching English I hadn't figured out how much time I needed for grading papers and such. Now I've found my groove and I can read more. Best wishes on your studies! Oh, and don't let my recent post discourage you-- teaching English is the best job I've ever had. I love it!

Donald, was it in the "In the Army" one? My brother should know.