Were we? Speaking of Ren and Stimpy, that is?
Yeah, well, that post never got posted...
I love(d) Red & Stimpy!Now I just love log :)
What rolls down stairsalone or in pairs,and over your neighbor's dog?What's great for a snack,And fits on your back?It's log, log, logIt'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 logYou're gonna love it, logCome on and get your logEveryone needs a loglog log log
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.
Fun! You have just turned my kids on to the wonders of log. We watched the clip 3 times. ;)
I want log too :-)
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?
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.
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