Oh, Chick-fil-a. You have to click the link and watch this video if it doesn’t appear. I got a good chuckle out of the song, and it’s been stuck in my head all week. A new restaurant opened about twenty minutes away from me, and they had their “First 100” event. I can’t say I wasn’t tempted…but, I’m not crazy either. It’s a twenty-four hour event, and it turns out there are people that tour the “First 100” events. Many go to several of them a year. My husband’s colleague went this week, and he met some interesting people. Check out this older video to see some people who really LOVE Chick-fil-a (and get a laugh): http://youtu.be/eSyrjZrBWTw. Their marketing campaign is so solid.
Myself. I like Chick-fil-a a lot. I’m not gonna lie. We went yesterday, and I had my fill of delicious fresh-squeezed lemonade, waffle fries, and chicken sandwich. I don’t recommend doing it a lot considering the calories, but man, it’s good stuff. I love that they even have festive events there each month. Once, we went and there was a clown giving out balloon animals, and playing bingo with the whole restaurant! Hilarious! All they need now is an open mic night, and I’d be all over it! 🙂
My infant son (nine months) pooed in the bathtub THREE times this week! You’d think I’d learn my lesson when his little eye brows and cheeks turn red and he’s holding his breath that I should scoop him out…but what would I do then? I’d rather just drain the tub and start over with a clean tub than clean poops off the floor or something!
It’s also cracking me up that my daughter, now two, has started to go into her room, close the door, and hide in the corner whenever she needs to go. I guess that means that she is getting to that stage where she will be ready to potty train. I am waiting until she wants it so I don’t make the whole process more difficult than it has to be.
Anyway, these thoughts are spurred by a blog post I read the other day that I couldn’t help but burst into laughter. I love how children have no reservations around the things we consider taboo. Makes life more interesting I guess. Although I don’t recommend that we all make comments about people’s flatulence or otherwise, perhaps it’s OK to loosen up a little when tales such as this one are recounted and appreciate the charm of innocence!
Read:My Child Will Embarrass You in the Bathroom
Brian Regan almost always brings me to tears from laughter! Need a good laugh? Check out his video “I Walked On The Moon.”
Video 1 of 6: http://youtu.be/YOnBnkB4DpM
Video 2 of 6: http://youtu.be/rxN6uv-72gk
Video 3 of 6: http://youtu.be/_fzgcLwEAPs
Video 4 of 6: http://youtu.be/5RmWGAolxEk
Video 5 of 6: http://youtu.be/K2EquK1mWy8
Video 6 of 6: http://youtu.be/E2F_3BS6QSY
(One of my favorite parts!):