28 Little Girls Sitting in 4 Back Seats, Kissing and Hugging and Kissing and Hugging and Kissing and Hugging and Kissing and Hugging with Four Freds
This song was a massive novelty hit at one point! It’s called Seven Little Girls (Sitting In the Back Seat), but if you play all these videos at the same time, you can listen to a song that I like to call 28 Little Girls Sitting in 4 Back Seats, Kissing and Hugging and Kissing and Hugging and Kissing and Hugging and Kissing and Hugging with Four Freds.
Recent lyrics for Igloos songs, translated back and forth between languages a bunch of times.
"Hidden in the hammer. You’re lucky if it is smart. What’s more humorous nature. Sewing is so smart." "We are rock stars with jodimos. We are very pleased. I remember the last time it was a dog, not a chair. We have to work on a secret group." "It is a black glass window. Half poetry, half-human and wolf at the door to close on all passenger vehicles and construction of turn at the first meeting." "Screwdriver, Phillips said the man. I’ve never heard the word. Opposition was strong criticism of the show, I went back to school in our work. I use the device."
Courtesy of Bad Translator. To be fair, I am a rock star with jodimos.
“I’m writing a new Robocop movie where Sharon, Lois, and Bram secretly become three Robocops. Please send me some Hollywood checks now.”—Yep, I re-tumbld my own tweet. Sometimes an idea is so good that you have to.
“There’s one sketch that never got cut because it never made it past the table, but there is one sketch I’m hoping to get on before my time at SNL is done. It’s called “Jenjiman Franklin,” in which a man gets set up on a blind date with a woman who is the spitting image of Benjamin Franklin—Jenjiman Franklin. And she’s really into colonial history also. I play Jenjiman Franklin.”—
"Damn, that girl’s got aaaaaaaassssss in all the right plaaaaaaces!"
That expression is destined to be as popular and frequently used as phrases like “keep the change” and “Congrats Grad” but maybe not as popular as phrases like “Look at the ching chong Chinaman over there” and “Where’s the beef?”
A lot of people are talking down on the idea of The Human Centipede. I’m remaining neutral as of now, but it’s good to hear another perspective about it.
Here is an interesting twitter feed from an anonymous twitterer who is the current caboose of the centipede. I’ll be following this, because I like to hear opinions on both sides of a debate, and this person is really giving us some balanced reporting from the inside. Follow @humancentipede3 here.