Friday, December 03, 2010

Just Fun

My computer crashed in the recent AVG update debacle. Nothing they've put out has fixed the issue yet and I still can't access a lot of my programs and none of my files and bookmarks etc.  Ugh.  So here's something to lighten up the day. 


I hate it when a bird can dance better than I ... (how's THAT, grammarians?)

12 comments:

Tim of Angle said...

We grammarians say: Excellent.

Arsenios said...

That parrot's pretty good. We had multiple parrots growing up (in the Amazon). One of them could have competed with this one. He had a pretty good routine. It even included biting you really hard and then laughing.

Good luck with the computer...

Abe said...

ha!

Anastasia Theodoridis said...

Bravo!

Grammar: A+

Dancing: A+

Music: F-

elizabeth said...

really hoping that your computer will recover... there is always something, eh?

Kim said...

Just had to comment after seeing that the captcha word was "repuncel". Okay, not spelled right, but still! A song about hair and that word? Too weird! Enough entertainment for a whole day! Thanks!

Anna said...

Both "me" and "I" are correct, tho I suppose you should use "I" when you want to pander to the "grammarians".

s-p said...

Anna, is "me" really correct now? I know it is common usage, but when did it become "normalized". Sister Mary Ellen Jude would turn over in her grave if she read this. :)

Anna said...

"I" is more correct, but "me" is also acceptable. I think it comes down to finding "I" pretentious vs "me" sounding inelegant.

Anastasia Theodoridis said...

"I hate it when a bird can dance better than me [can]."

See? It's "better than I [can]."

"Me" is more commonly used, but "I" is correct.

Hira Animfefte (Xera Anymphefte) said...

Ok, that LITERALLY made me laugh out loud, so I can't use the internet acronym, as they're all exaggerations. Make that a ROFL!!!!!

I lost it when the bird started waving its wings in time with the music. LOL!

And I've been having a lousy day. I needed that laugh. Thanks, s-p. :)

Hira Animfefte (Xera Anymphefte) said...

My original captcha word was 'daciabl.' Yeah, like decibel. Just sayin'.