Wednesday, April 22, 2009

About the Silliness

I sing about random things. Brushing my teeth, cooking dinner, getting dressed, how ridiculous the cats are, etc.

I'm not entirely sure why, but I suspect it's for attention. Or more specifically, if I do sing long enough about something silly enough, I can make my husband laugh, one of my favourite activities.

After breakfast this morning, I was in the bathroom singing the I Have Good Hair Today song (I have good hair today because I used the straight-iron that my husband gave me for Christmas... oooh yeah... and I fixed my weird flippy thing in the back... woo woo yeah... I have good hair today).

WH was sitting in the living room with a bemused expression on his face.

Chorus: Do you ever wonder to yourself what the hell kind of crazy person you married?
WH: Nope.

Lucky for me!


Maureen said...

...tee hee :)

Can't say why but this reminded me of the Veggie Tales 'Oh where is my hairbrush?' song.

(and I believe I have asked my hubby the very same question...and gotten a similar response)

Jan said...

I love this. I am smiling. You and he are both lucky!

ccw said...


My middle child does this throughout the day. She stops if she knows I am listening so I try to be seem very uninterested so that I can hear what the sandwich/doll/Lego is doing.

ccw said...

Oh, I don't randomly sing but my new flat iron makes me belt out happiness every time I use it. I can't rave about the thing enough. I actually said something about it changing my life.

Towanda said...

heehee, this sounds like our house...