Monday, August 23, 2010

Bloggaday 183 – SotW 13

Bloggaday 183 – SotW 13

Chuck: Hello once again, Bloggaday Readers, from the Song of the Week. I am Chuck

Tom: …

Chuck: Tom

Tom: …

Chuck: Tom!

Tom: Huh uh, wu?

Chuck: Wake up.

Tom: Oh, sorry, Chuck. I am Tom, and welcome to the SotW

Chuck: Are you okay?

Tom: Oh, yeah. Late night last night.

Chuck: You work ONE day a week. Why do you party thee night before it?

Tom: For your information, I partied last night and the 6 nights before it.

Chuck: That doesn’t explain why you just HAD to go out last night.

Tom: Well, your wife wasn’t free the other 6.

Chuck: Up yours, Tom.

Tom: No, it’s just that I didn’t think we were going to do this today.

Chuck: Why wouldn’t we?

Tom: Well, David started TWO different Bloggaday over the weekend that are going to be multi-Bloggaday posts and he’s got that song thing he wants to post.

Chuck: He wouldn’t bump us just for, wait, what song thing?

Tom: Oh, it’s just some Facebook thing. You’ll see it in a few days apparently.

Chuck: Whatever. Without further ado, this weeks song. Wait, how the heck do you know about, and I don’t?

Tom: Oh, well when your wife rolls, she likes having a posse, and when we stop down because she’s feeling a little chafed, we have to talk about something.

Chuck: …

Tom: Without further ado, the Song this week is

Paul: dududududuuddududududududu

Tom: Thanks, Paul

“You coul

Paul*: No Problem, Tom.

Tom: That was a rhetorical ‘thanks,’ Paul.

Chuck: Can a thanks be rhetoric,

Paul: Sorry guys.

Tom: Ha!

Chuck: Can we make a rule that Paul can’t interrupt us?

Tom: That’ll probably be good, Paul. No offense, but can you just stick to the drum role?


Tom: Well, you probably could have said something there instead of just nosing your head

Chuck: Yeah, we just mean from her on ,

Paul: Okay, guys. No problem.

Tom: Ha!

Chuck: I work with children.

Tom: And I only like one of my coworkers. Care to guess which one?

Chuck: No I wouldn’t really li,

Paul: I would think me, Tom.

Chuck: Two things, Paul. One, he was talking to me, and 2, it was rhetorical.

Tom: No it wasn’t. I was trying to liven up the SotW with a little game.

Chuck: …

Tom: Without further ado, this week’s song is

Paul: dududududududududuuudu

Tom: “You Could Be Her”


Jonathan Coulton

Chuck: Wow, after like a month of snubs, JoCo is really starting to dominate the Song of the Week.

Tom: True, but it’s been kind of a slow week for music. There hasn’t been a lot of songs to get much individual focus.

Chuck: Well, whatever he’s doing, he needs to keep it up.

Tom: Well, I think I can shed a little light on the subject with this word from our sponsers

Chuck: When did we get sponsors?

Tom: Did none of your teachers tell you NOT to talk when going into a commercial?


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Chuck: Alright, then.

Tom: Yep.

Chuck: …

Tom: Well, we’re already at 500 words.

Chuck: Sounds like the perfect time to wrap this Song of the Week up then.

Tom: After you.

Chuck: Thanks. And thank you, Bloggaday Reader, for reading yet another edition of the weekly Song of the Week. Come back next Monday for another episode. Until then, I’m Chuck

Tom: And I’m Tom.

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* For the unfamiliar, Paul is the producer and fictitious transcriber of the Song of the Week

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