There has been so much going on this week, and I’ve been trying to do my best at juggling everything at once. Soo… I don’t have time to do a full post, but here’s a playlist (at the bottom)!
I also compiled some of my favorite funny videos from the week for your enjoyment. The “Look At This Dog ” video cracks me up everytime.
- >it’s snowing again! (thesqueakbox.wordpress.com)
Love LOVE this. This song sounds like a mixture of Vampire Weekend + Paul Simon (“Graceland”). I know the original song is “Joanna,” but I much prefer this acapella version. I’ve provided both, so you can decide which one you like better.
Little Comets – Joannacapella by Mud Hut Digital
“Joanna” Little Comets by aalbert83
>So I haven’t updated this baby for a few days — my bad. I went home this weekend since my parents got a new WEIMARANER puppy. He was the cutest little thing. I love everything about puppies — their breath, their fur, their yaps… Everything!
Well, I’m going to be posting a few more new stuff and try to make sure I’m updating this everyday. Last week, Jack Johnson released his video for “At or With Me.” I’m a big JJ fan, but I’m not too crazy for this song. However, this video shows (once again) why Jack is such a cool guy.
Remember not too long ago when Dave Matthews was a guest on SNL? Andy Samberg did a skit where he portrayed Jack Johnson in a skit called “The Mellow Show” where he makes fun of Jack. You can rewatch the skit here:
Jack Johnsons’s new video features him and Andy Samberg beating the crap out of each other. Obviously it’s not real, but still, the idea of Jack Johnson beating Andy Samberg up is pretty funny. It reminds me of the whole Marky Mark and Andy Samberg fiasco. Plus, it’s a funny video to watch on a Monday morning:
I just found out that Fiona Apple will be releasing a new album this spring. I never was a big Fiona Apple fan until I met Bret. Bret wasn’t a Fiona Apple fan either. However, during our first year together back in 2005, Bret and I ran across the music video for Fiona Apple’s “Not About Love.” I can’t even begin to tell you how many times Bret and I watched that video/listened to that song. For those who haven’t seen the video, Zach Galifianakis is in it (!!!). Looking back, I should have appreciated Fiona’s attention to greatness. Fast forward five years later and good ol’ Zach is the man. I’m pretty excited to see his new movie with Robertey Jr.
In celebration of Fiona’s upcoming album, I will leave you with “Not About Love” along with a video our buddy Jay found during our Zach-obsessed days (also a true classic — actually laughing from the video as I type). So much randomness… So perfect.