July 1, 2010

I have so much to tell you!

Not really. I go through spurts in which I have an idea for a new blog post every .678423 milliseconds. But then I have times when I just got nothing. I guess you could call it "blog block". You know, kinda like writer's block? Say it. It's fun. Kinda like that Arrested Development episode where the family hires Scott Baio as their new attorney and his name is Bob Loblaw. Say it. It's fun. Sounds like blah blah blah, doesn't it? Man I love that show. And Jason Bateman. I would have his babies. Sorry, what? Where was I again?

Ah yes, blog block. I've had a terrible case of it this week.

And although there are some post ideas a-brewin' in this messed up mind of mine, I'm just going to give you a short quip today. If you'll recall, I've been your personal disc jockey over the last few months, keeping you abreast on what's been playing on Whistling Billy Bob's, All Whistle, All the Time, Radio Show. If you have not met Billy Bob before, click here, which pretty much sums it all up. Ok, so here we go...

In my best announcer voice: "Coming to you live from the ABCDEFG Studios in sunny PeyPeyLand, iiiiiiittttt'sssss the Whistling Billy Bob's, All Whistle, All the Time, Radio Show!!!! Special guests today include Sarah McLachlin, The Pussycat Dolls, and the Plain White T's among others! Take it away Billy!!!!"

Okay, okay, enough silliness. I'll just give you a list. Because I'm good at that. List skills: I gots 'em. And please note that the list corresponds to the order in which these were whistled.

1. In the Arms of the Angel by Sarah McLachlin,
2. The Indiana Jones Theme Song composed by John Williams (I can't get this one out of my head),
3. Don't You Wish Your Girlfriend Was Hot Like Me by The Pussycat Dolls,
4. Seventy Six Trombones from the musical The Music Man composed by Meredith Willson,
5. One of Billy Bob's everyday favorites: Jingle Bells (I hear it no less that 5 times a day. Everyday.)
6. Jingle Bells segways nicely into Hey There Delilah by the Plain White T's, don't you think?
7. And finally, The William Tell Overture composed by Gioachino Rossini.

That's all just from 8 a.m. through noon, people. The afternoon segment is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

I know you don't care one iota about any of this, but I think it's funny the things that come out of his mind and are subsequently blown through his lips. Wow. What? That just sounds gross, doesn't it? My apologies.

In hopes that you'll still love me and want to come back here later, I have a pretty darn good post planned. So stay tuned. And I apologize if you have any of the above songs stuck in your head now. Just don't go whistling them around the office. You never know who could write a satirical blog post about you!

1 comment:

Colleen Meeks said...

At least he's diverse but not so diverse that the Hotel, Motel, Holiday Innnnn song is in the mix.

Also, for blog block, I just found Plinky.com. It's kind of goofy, but fun if you want to mix it up sometimes. Plus, if the topic is lame it's someone else's fault.

I gave you a status message shout out on FB a few minutes ago.