|Breakdancing Baby! :)
||[Feb. 28th, 2007|09:29 am]
|||||Loud breakdancing baby music||]|
During the California Gold Rush of 1849, miners sent their laundry to Honoluly for washing and pressing. Due to the extremely high costs in California during these boom years it was deemed more feasible to send the shirts to Hawaii for servicing.
Aww, that's so cute! He's pretty good too ^^
Have you seen the video floatin' around YouTube of a two-year-old doing martial arts? I've got the link buried around here somewhere...
Mmm, not sure if I have. Link me when you find it? :)
ooga cha cha, oooga cha cha. :)
Why wouldn't you just do your laundry in a river er somethin'? I'm sure they were all kinda smelly anyway.
I love your icon, too. Great movie.
And ummmmmm... i don't know where you can buy a copy of Oregon Trail (although probably ebay er somethin'), but i think you can d/l a trial here. -> http://oregontrail.org/
Omg, please let it work for Mac!! *downloads*
That's what I would do. I wouldn't send my clothes to have a luau. lol
ill sign up for laundry duty!
lol. I got some you can do. ;)
Wouldn't that make laundry wench the Best Job Evar? "Hm, I'll just leave this laundry to dry in the sun for a few hours while this hot native guy teaches me to surf." Yeah, I'll wash someone's undies for that. :)
Its tragic, really, these parents forcing their children to learn obsolete dancing styles at earlier and earlier ages. My own mother and father insisted I learn the Charleston and the Lindy by the time I was three, but fortunately we didn't own a video camera. All I wanted to do was play with my toys, but instead it was kick, swing, twenty-three skidoo all day every day.
Have I ever mentioned how much I enjoy you? For real.
For real though. :) Thanks for all the smiles.
I love breakdancing and that was freaking sweet.
I guess I'm gonna get shit on. lol
"You go right ahead and wear yourself out kiddo! Mommy needs a drink and a nap."
You couldn't be more right. On all counts. lol. And a cigarette.