Thursday, July 14, 2011

The power of music: I love cats

While this video is compelling:



When set to music, it REALLY comes alive, don't you think?



(Note: I've been told this lady is an actress, but still. Pretty dang funny.)

6 comments:

Wendy said...

I thought cats were okay after watching the first video, but after being set to music? I'm going to make it my mission in life to go out and hug every cat in the world!

Helen said...

I like the Flugelhorn Feline in this video.


BTW, anybody know if "Miss Kitty" found her dream man with this video?

katdish said...

Good grief, Helen! Thanks in advance for the fruit nightmares.

Helen said...

OK, I needed to share this somewhere, so I figured I'd hijack this post!

I get the "Groupon" emails for months now. (I still haven't bought anything.) At the end, they share weird tidbits. Today's weird tidbit..

The Groupon Guide to: Juggling

Discovered by Russian clowns tasked with finding a use for Czar Nicholas's delicate collection of Fabergé eggs, juggling consistently ranks first in polls of Americans' favorite pastimes, ahead of watching our children grow up and imagining being rich. Here's a look at the most commonly juggled items:

Colored Scarves: Perfect for beginners because the wind does the actual juggling
Bowling Pins: Have kept our nation's artisanal pin whittlers in business ever since the Great Bowling Riots of 1884 left 750 million Americans dead
Clavicles: Must be juggled in complete silence, as the air vibrations from even the tiniest whisper could cause them to crack open and hatch into new people
Work and Family: If you've mastered metaphorically juggling these responsibilities, try juggling them literally by throwing your children and your computer in the air at the same time.
Conventional Standards of Morality and the Inescapable Anguish of Ultimate Existential Freedom: It's tough to juggle these

jasonS said...

Wow. That's something else. I know some people who would hug every cat in the world too, but they would squeeze a little too hard...

Beth said...

Ohhhh...this is one of my favorites. Have you seen the bed intruder video? My students introduced me to that one. You have to watch the original, too.

I wish Frank and I could make a career out of autotune...oh fun.