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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Worry's for Another Day

Ever have one of those days when every song you hear fits what's going on in your head?

Yeah, me too.

It was a little disconcerting when the theme from Fraggle Rock seemed to be speaking right to me, but sometimes it just bes that way.

In the Comments section, tell me your favorite Jim Henson character. I'm a big fan of Emmet Otter--ya know, from the Jug-Band Christmas.

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  • At 12:36 AM , Blogger mist1 said...

    I can hardly hear the songs in my head over all the chatter in there.

  • At 1:06 AM , Blogger Kevin said...

    Grover. Definitely Grover.

  • At 1:38 AM , Blogger James Burnett said...

    Kermit for me. He was just a smooth operator, slipping under doubters' radars.

  • At 2:56 AM , Blogger Attention Whore said...

    I liken myself to a cross between Oscar the Grouch and Snuffleupagus. (Snuffleupagus, Snuffleufagus?)
    A mean green machine with a soft spot for inch-worms who is totally a figment of most people's imaginations.

    That totally made no sense...wow...is it bedtime already?

  • At 8:47 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Miss Piggy--so glam!!

  • At 9:56 AM , Blogger Hey Pretty said...

    Cookie Monster (COOOOOKIES!). In these days of political correctness the ornery side of me finds delight in an artistic creation made obese and hyperactive by the consumption of too many sugary treats. It's rather edgy when you think about it. And speaking of ornery, I can't help but love Oscar the Grouch--he's a grumpy green fuzzy creature that hangs out in a trash can and keeps it real. That's pretty fly.

  • At 11:13 AM , Blogger Matt said...

    Well, of course I can identify w/ Kermit the Frog b/c he's a "journalist" but it would have been more interesting for you to ask which Jim Henson character folks would want to molest.

    Definately not Big Bird.

  • At 11:14 AM , Blogger Matt said...

    Snuffalufagus became real in later episodes, I believe. Somehow, that made me happy.

  • At 1:22 PM , Blogger 123Valerie said...

    Mist, honey, I think you only have to worry if the voices start sounding like Muppets.

    Welcome, Kev. Little did you know this was actually a psychology test--you're a nice guy, aren't you?

    James Burnett, Kermie was a smooth dude, wasn't he? I think it was the webbed hands.

    Nope, not a bit, AW.

    Oh, FC&F, I KNEW you would say that. I liked that she wore gloves.

    HP, he's pretty fly for a green guy. I still can't get over the "boobs and ass action" comment.

    Hmm, Matty, that is a disturbingly interesting question that only you could pull off. Erm, I would go after Beaker. I like the smart ones.

  • At 6:42 PM , Blogger WanderingGirl said...

    Holy f'ing hell. My horse's name is Emmet Otter in honor of that little Christmas-loving river otter. Their personalities very much match, and there was no better name to give him.

  • At 8:40 PM , Blogger nolongermrsborell said...

    Every day!!! Well every day that I am really emotional, oh I guess that would be every day!! i change teh station and still its like the Dj's are all in my head. And about this whole jim Henson thing really who can pick just one????

  • At 11:23 PM , Anonymous 123V said...

    WG, my JennyJenny is a horse person. I love any four-legged animals. I think it's a sign that I need to get to KY. Or, at least get some KY.

    My lovely Kirstin, I agree. I love them all, and I love you!

  • At 12:41 AM , Anonymous April said...

    WOW! That's a tough one! ... I'm going to have to say Fozzy Bear & Animal! -there's been a tie. They were both always in a great mood - Fozzy had that, 'Isn't this great?!' attitude & Animal was ALWAYS ready to party! Could you ask for a better pair?

  • At 10:53 AM , Anonymous 123V said...

    April, honey, I think you and I are Animal and Fozzy Bear in human form. I mean, if you add in tons of sex appeal and some Jager shots.

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