October 26, 2007

Elvis Is In The Building

Somebody introduced the Llama-ettes to the King this week and, as is their wont, they pounced upon this new find with what the starter at the golf club where I worked one summer would have called "great viggah".

The nine year old has spent the last couple days doing what is actually a pretty durn good riff on "Blue Suede Shoes". Meanwhile, the seven year old, in her innocent way, asked me, "Daddy, where were you when Elvis died on the potty?" The five year old, being the most visual of the three, has confined herself primarily to shaking her hips at me.

Uh, thangkyuh. Thangkyuh verrah mush.

UPDATE: Our pal GroovyVic goes on an Elvis YouTube bender.

Posted by Robert at October 26, 2007 06:47 AM | TrackBack

Oooooooo....cool! Just wait, a heartbreaking rendition of "In The Ghetto" can't be far off.

Posted by: GroovyVic at October 26, 2007 07:16 AM

A diet of fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches, Jack Daniels, and pills will do in the best of us.

But the real question is, after the volcano did in Monseraat, where are he and Jim Morrison hanging out now?

Posted by: The Colossus at October 26, 2007 08:02 AM

Our fav is "You ain't nuthin but a hound dog" but we sing "you ain't nothing but a ham hock" and then do thigh squeezing tickles. Question: how many times can you listen to this extremely short and monotone song between Cape Cod and mid-coast Maine? We have the answer.

Posted by: Sister at October 30, 2007 08:13 PM