Tuesday, November 18, 2008

..sorry, I just had to!

!בסליחה מכבודכם; I'm sorry to be posting something quite so inane, but; Man, this trippy video is, like, one of those things which is awesome when you've been chain-smoking marijuana(!), but otherwise is the kind of thing you're afraid will get stuck in your mind or something! ...למעשה I've always wondered what German bunnies did in their little caves!

(There's a better version, but it involves (female) dancers, so I wouldn't use it!)

For babysitter: The English Version of the song!

Thank G-d, at least the Mexican bunnies are still industrious! ; )


Rachel said...

Also creepy. I couldn't watch past 0:11.

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

haha! Shows you just wren't high enough before you watched it!

By the way, the chorous is "che-che-che (just a sound) das ist bunny party" (pronounced in German 'bany paty')!

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

By the way; come on! 11 seconds?! The beat just starts at 0:23!

..by the way, it sounds more like 'heit' ist bunny party...just thought I'd correct that!

The Babysitter said...

it looked cute, but I had no clue what it was saying.

Why was it creepy?

Why do you have to be high to watch it?

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

"but I had no clue what it was saying"- Basically a very simplisic song about the 'bunny party' in German (as previously stated).

"Why was it creepy?"- Oh babysitter, to Rachel everything wholesome is creepy!(sorry Rachel!). The girl probably gets the chills from watching mr. Rogers! ..let's not even discuss 'Reading Rainbow'! (did anybody else hear about this stuff besides me?)

"Why do you have to be high to watch it?"- ok, well, you're one of those few people who 'get it' without being high! Most of us though, if we haven't had our 'fix', just see some video with dopey bunnies jumping around!

The Babysitter said...

what's a bunny party?
a party with bunnies?

o, I loved Mr. Rogers with his changing suits and shoes every day. Really great at teaching the kids. I remember reading rainbow on PBS kids, it was like in afternoon time, but I barely watched it.

what did I get?

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

The funny thing (among many) about those two shows by the way is that they both have characters well known to adults; in Mr. Rogers Ringo Star (of the Beatles) was in charge of the train side show, and Reading Rainbow was hosted by Lavar Burton (one of the main charachters in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation').

How is Mr. Rogers good at teaching kids? When was a kid all I thought while watching it was "why the hell is this old guy continuously changing his shoes and sweater?"!

..by the way; Rogers was a devoted Evangelical, and was part of (what then was, and still is) a small religious contingency to use Film and Television to embetter America, and bring it closer to it's samaritan Christian ideals;

"I went into television because I hated it so, and I thought there was some way of using this fabulous instrument to be of nurture to those who would watch and listen." (Rogers)

"what did I get?"- I meant it didn't seem awfully bizzare to you..

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

"what's a bunny party?"?! It's a secret thing all German rabbits do in their caves. They've got these disco lights hooked up in there, disco floor, a carrot stash- the works. And basicaly they just get together and boogy like it's 1999!

The Babysitter said...

o, I hadn't known they were in other shows.

He's good at teaching kids to hang up their clothes and change their clothes.

Well I suppose it seemed strange, because I didn't know the words, but otherwise it looks like a little cute cartoon for kids. They always do silly things for little kids to laugh at.

lol, funny about the rabbit party.