Friday, July 18, 2008

He had it coming Part II





20 comments:

  1. Awww, how cute!

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  2. Buzz Lightyear! You get all the famous celebrities dropping by. He has better hair than CZ-J too (although maybe don't tell him that...)

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  3. How gorgeous and adorable can a kid be?! He's a shining star, that one.

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  4. Buzz Lightyear Song and Dance. Oh he's so aptly named, the Cherub. I want to pinch his little pink cheeks!

    M made me laugh.

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  5. Hah! Can't tel you how many sideways videos I have! Too cute.
    Cheers

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  6. I can't show this to my wife. She'd ovulate in such a way as to cause a sonic boom.

    -J.

    P.S. I just flipped my laptop on its side.

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  7. Ow, ow! - the crick in my neck!

    But that video is worth getting a crick for - your boy is so sweet! AND he even sings in tune! He is captivating.

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  8. Monkey see, monkey do....
    Your kids tap and sing. Mine write, knit and make pancakes.
    Very cute kid, especially that smile at the end as he was racing towards the camera.

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  9. All over the world, women are discarding their contraception.

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  10. Heartbreaker ! I love it when they run to the camera like that :)

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  11. We all had it coming as soon as we hit 'play'! What a darling...

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  12. Awwwww....

    I love that number in Chicago; my husband is a little less amused by it. ;-)

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  13. Darling!
    She's a beauty.
    Was that the ol' Ball & Chain?!

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  14. This is very funny.

    Have I told you my husband's Chicago story?

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  15. Mscellania did you mean was that Fixit in the background? If so, then yes, dishes need doing even when Buzz Lightyears start doing song and dance routines.

    And Crafty I think you need to tell me husband's Chicago story. Possibly here so we all get to hear it...?

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  16. Very cute indeed, but is that really an Australian accent? Hmm. Doesn't sound like Neighbours to me. Maybe you don't live in Erinsborough?

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  17. Quick...sign up the rights for the Toy Story version of Chicago. It could be a winner! (After all, you can get Toy Story themed versions of everything else.)

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  18. Oh, alright then. He was in a performance of Chicago in his uni days, and he played the part of a murdered husband (I've never seen the live musical but I think this scene is at the beginning) his costume consisted of a pair of boxer shorts, under which he didn't wear anything and this fact was revealed to the whole audience as he lay on the stage....

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