Creepy

When I was at lunch today, I thought about how Saturday's post could be titled, "Saturday (horn) in the park (horn), I think it was the 4th of Julyyy(hornhornhornhorn)." Because it really will be Saturday and the 4th of July. Then I thought about how I have made that stupid Saturday (horn) in the park (horn) joke 79 times in this blog. I gave up the idea and turned on my radio, thinking, "Whatever song comes on will be my theme song for today." (I do that all the time. Do you?) ….Well. Guess what song came on? SATURDAY! (horn) IN THE PARK! (horn). That's just weird.

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  1. Perhaps you have some sort of special power where you control all time and space and must now use that power for good, not evil. Or with July 4th just around the corner that song may just be popular. Just saying.

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  2. Dear Linda the Aussie,
    I have NOT seen those kittens. I worry that the hawk took them. I hope not.
    Also, my uncle is doing really well right now, thanks! He is bad to his saying-inappropriate-things self. So that’s good.

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  3. Why do you keep saying horn? Did I not pluck all my stray eyebrow hairs? Do I still have one of those really long white ones that you can’t see unless you use the 60X mirror? What? Here use my tweezers and just tweeze the damn thing.
    Hey did you know Saturday is the 4th of July? Oh and Michael Jackson died? Just in case you haven’t read a paper or watched TV or breathed in the last week.

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  4. What I don’t understand is why he “thought” it was the 4th of July… isn’t that the sort of thing one knows for sure? Because, there are fireworks, and parades, and you probably had the day before off of work?
    I call it (when you predict radio songs) psychic DJ because a couple years ago one of my local stations had some sort of contest where they would have a phone-in time to say what you thought was next, and the winner….won something. What I never understood is if the DJs were legit or not; they could always just lie.

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  5. I got married on a Saturday, in the park, on the fourth of July. And this fourth is also on a Saturday, guess we’ll go to the park.

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  6. Not strange, the Universe is directing you to be in the park for something great on Saturday! Or you need to listen to another radio station…

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  7. Ok, every time you say that it makes me giggle, because I too have had that song stuck in my head for days, but I hear the word “horn” where an actual horn should be. Saturdays in the park will never be the same.

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  8. You’re right…creepy. Now back to me. Could you please create some more archives? I’m all caught up and I’m bored.

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  9. Thanks. I couldn’t get that HORNY song out of my head all day yesterday and now… NOW IT’S BACK IN THERE.
    Saturday, in the park, EVERYDAY’S the Fourth of July. (At least it is when you get this HORNY song stuck in your head).

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  10. June .. these questions have absolutely nothing to do with this absolutely facinating blog today .. do I say absolutely far too much? But I was wondering how is your Uncle and also how are the feral kitties at your work?

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  11. No. It’s a sign from the 70s! You simply have to write a post Saturday and name it after the Chicago song. PLUS just last night I was downloading songs on my iPod for an upcoming road trip and listened to the very. same. song of which you speak. That would have been a bigger coincidence if this had happened to you instead of me, since you don’t even know me and for all you know I could have just made up that story. But I didn’t. It really happened. I think in it’s own way it’s another sign.
    Isn’t there a term for when you’re thinking of a song before it comes on the radio? I used to do that all the time. If there isn’t a term, I think there should be. Of course if you’re thinking of a Michael Jackson song lately it’s not really that surprising if you hear it on the radio, is it?
    I should really just stop commenting now.

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