Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Things That Make Me Snarf - Robot Chicken Star Wars

This right here is my Thanksgiving gift to you:



I have to add this to the list of things that I'm thankful for, along with ninjas, zombies, Richard Simmons, hairstyles that resemble baked goods, mutant wombats, book deals, the fact that my son does the Thriller dance at the bus stop, my critique partners, and Spam. Not that I like Spam, but there's that song, and Spam is great to keep around in the random gift box. I've made so many versions of Spam Man for people's birthdays that I could populate Spam City all by myself.

What are you thankful for?

20 comments:

Carolyn V. said...

I said it once and I will say it again. I am thankful for toilets. Where would we be without them? (Out in the snow I tell ya!)

Love your post Carrie! Made me laugh till I cried.

Candice said...

Not to get too serious... but I'm really thankful for my family. Moving across the country away from EVERYONE has made me so thankful for my husband and son. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and a newly acquired Frankenturky. ;)

Jamie Eyberg said...

I am thankful that my boy doesn't have halitosis when he is sitting with me on the couch watching Bugs Bunny.

storyqueen said...

Well, there's spam and eggs, spam, bacon and eggs; spam, spam, spam, spam, and eggs; spam, spam, spam, spam, spam....

Lovely spam, wonderful spam!

Spamfully yours,

Shelley

Tara McClendon said...

Thanks for the video. I'm thankful for fluffy socks and a fire on a cold day, for the laughter of my sons, for the love of my husband, and for time to relax.

Tere Kirkland said...

Love Robot Chicken Star Wars! What a great post, especially the bit about your son doing the Thriller dance, lol.

I'm thankful that I don't have parasites. I don't want to share my Thanksgiving turkey with anyone!

Have a happy Frankenturkey Day!

JenE said...

I am thankful for portable DVD players when you have two kids on a twelve hour drive. :)

Is there a picture of a spam man? This intrigues me...

sraasch said...

Oh my god, I love Robot Chicken! Have you seen the 300 redo? They made it into 1776. Classic.

Shannon O'Donnell said...

Thanks for stopping by Book Dreaming and leaving a comment!

I'm thankful for a long five-day weekend! ;-)

K.C. Shaw said...

I am thankful for Robot Chicken Star Wars too. I'm also thankful for chocolate chips, without which I am convinced the world would be a much bleaker place.

Oh, and I'm thankful for my family. But mostly chocolate chips.

CKHB said...

Have you seen Family Guy's Blue Harvest? I'm thankful for that. I'm saving up the rest of my gratitude for tomorrow's blog post...

Stephanie Perkins said...

Robot Chicken = YES

I'm thankful for The Wonder That Is (Your) Blog, home fries covered in cheddar cheese, Rufus Wainwright's voice, and my cat's fuzzy belly.

Happy Thanksgiving!

K. M. Walton said...

Hmmm? What am I thankful for? Love, I'm thankful for love. I love love.

I also love your blog, in a non-lovey-dovey way of course.

p.s. damn you woman, I'm still not listed in your Super Secret Ninja group thingie.

Nadine said...

Loved that video!

I'm thankful for good health and a beautiful life.

But hopefully next year, in addition to the items mentioned above, I'll also be thankful for an agent and a book deal. :)

Andrea Cremer said...

Was that Darth Vader teaching Luke how to shave? Wow, I'm tearing up now (between snarfs).

Hayley said...

Your son dances the thriller dance at the bustop? That is so awesome!! What a cool little kid!

I'm thankful for my health, my families health and my friends. Because as long as I have them, anything can be positive.

Marissa said...

I am thankful for chocolate.

My post is up, just for you. Hope you enjoy it :)

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Mary Witzl said...

I'm thankful that my kids don't listen to Avril Lavigne and the Sugababes anymore. (Did I misspell that last one? I sure hope so.) And I'm definitely with Carolyn on the toilets. Make mine flush please (ooh, that's a pun!).