The Midweek Marshamallow: Internets pt 2

Hello again,

I know I’ve done this before, but I just can’t ignore the fact that people keep ending up on my blog after typing in very unusual Google search terms. Google searches that really shouldn’t be bringing them here.

I suppose that I should really be using these terms as a guide. I’m obviously not giving the people what they want.

*Sigh* Let’s give this a bash, shall we? *INITIATE FEEDBACK MODE*

1.  “Sparkly capsules poop confetti”

Um. I think you need to take a long, hard look at yourself and ask your inner-being whether this was what you wanted out of life. Is this the person you wanted to become? Do you feel as though you have been utilizing your time well? I hope this response has helped you find what it is you were “searching” for. ie: Not sparkly poop.

2. “Famous people scratching crotch”


Enough? Not enough? More?

3. “Naked hairy man from Honduras”

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You’re welcome.





Never will I regret a day more than the time I told my colleagues that I once cried while watching Michael Jackson’s Earth Song music video. (The looks of judgement I received were more than enough to keep me from revealing how many Celine Dion albums I actually owned.)  This is the confession that has haunted me relentlessly over the past few months, and I think it will continue to do so, for the rest of my life. Thank you female hormones for putting me in this uncomfortable position, yet again.

But come on, people!? The elephant just got right up again at the end?!




Aca-scuse me?!

Wowee wowee wow wow!
Confession time. I LOVE acapella groups, and I’ve spent more time than is socially acceptable looking them up on Youtube. (There are a lot of tone-deaf teens out there y’all.)

But I have to say, if you were going to watch one Youtube vid this week (I know – WHAT? – one? – right?) let it be this one.

The group’s name is Pentatonix, and they take you on an incredible 4 and a half minute journey through time and music. I particularly like the transition into colour-tv during the 60s. Crazy talented kids y’all, and the guy on the left has a ridiculous falsetto. Enjoy.