Thursday, July 27, 2006

Barbie Girl

I caught, on video, my wife dancing a little routine to Aqua's Barbie Girl in her pyjamas. This 15 seconds of video footage promises to be a very useful bit of currency for the future. I have squirrelled it away on the Internet so that it cannot be "accidentally" deleted from the hard drive as is the fate of so many of these valuable clips. I wonder if Aqua know how much they are responsible for?

7 comments:

vern said...

You absolutely can NOT tell us about something like this and NOT SHARE IT!!!

Guy said...

I'm going to have to create another blog which my wife doesn't know about if I want to share that sort of stuff. I wonder if the domain www.mywifedoesntknowihavethisblog.com is still available?

vern said...

mycluelesswife.com is available...

http://reports.internic.net/cgi/whois?whois_nic=mycluelesswife.com&type=domain


BTW: You need to add coComment to your site.
See here;
http://www.cocomment.com/tools/integrate

Guy said...

I see that the URL boyamiintroubleifshefindsthisblog.com is also available.

I guess that the prolific availability of URL names such as this goes to show that most men out there are (like us) too chicken shit to register and use them.

vern said...

Au contraire mon frair. I am neither too chicken shit to register nor to state such things. I am convinced that one of two things would happen should my wife see those types of posts.
1. She would immediately proivide me with a Bobbit cut, or
2. She would laugh it off as good ole' fashioned humor.

In either case, I'm still fucked, because that means she is reading my blog, which means she is interested in the things that interest me, which means....

You see where I am going with this?

Have you seen Star Trek (I think) II? Are you familiar with "The No-Win Scenario?"

Guy said...

I'm not familar with the No-Win Scenario and I have not seen Star Trek II but I'm guessing that this is the same as Joseph Heller's Catch-22? In fact, as I was making sure that I got the author's name right in wikipedia I discovered that Catch-22 has a link in the references section that takes you to... dum dum dum... No-win situation also known as a "damned if you do, damned if you don't situation" - so the long answer to the question is - I think that I understand. And I definitely agree.

Guy said...

And I remember the Bobbit story well. I remember seeing him interviewed on telly in Britain after he'd filmed his first porn movie and his female co-stars (also being interviewed) gushing about how amazing he was and that "you'd never have know" etc. Interestingly John Wayne said nothing and when he was asked a question by the interviewer one of the girls piped up that his agent had told him not to speak so he couldn't answer any questions. Now I wonder why that was... :)