leave your inhibitions at the door
Yeah, it’s another re-run. And yeah, I know it’s another post that features a former Disney teen actress. But it’s also the Friday of Labor Day Weekend which means two things. First, I highly doubt there’s going to be many people reading blogs. So I’m not going to put in a whopping 45 minutes worth of effort into a new post barely anyone will read. Even though we all know this blog is worth taking time away from your weekend plans. Second, Labor Day Weekend is the unofficial end of summer vacation, so this is actually quite timely.
Have a great extended weekend!
The Pieholes are finally getting back into the school groove. After months of staying up late when there were no such things as “school nights,” it was really hard for them to fall asleep when the school year started. It was a thrilling summer for them, where they:
– built a rocket
– fought a mummy
– climbed up the Eiffel Tower
– discovered something that didn’t exist
– gave a monkey a shower
– surfed a tidal wave
– created nanobots
– located Frankenstein’s brain
– found a dodo bird
– painted a continent
– drove their sister insane
As you can see there’s a whole lot of stuff to do before school started this fall.
Sound familiar? Yeah, it’s the theme song to Phineas and Ferb.
If you haven’t seen it, the show follows the two lead characters in their daily epic quest to make summer vacation last as long as possible. I swear my kids have seen every episode of the show at least ten times. That means, as evidenced by my ability to write the above list from memory, I’ve seen each episode at least four times.
You’d think after seeing all those episodes they would get inspired and, you know, actually do something. But no, they were content to sit around and watch TV, play video games, or hang out at the pool. One time, they were ambitious enough to ride their bikes to the park.
I was SO jealous of all of it.
It’s actually a funny show with some great characters and very witty writing, especially when they do their random musical episodes. One of those characters is Phineas’ older sister Candace, whose voice is provided by this week’s Guilty Pleasure artist – Ashley Tisdale.
I totes didn’t realize that it was her voice. I really liked her in High School Musical, and… and….
OK, that’s three strikes – admitting I liked High School Musical, memorizing the Phineas and Ferb theme song, and unrepentant use of the word “totes.” I’m out.
So what’s guiltier, today’s post or last week’s Bieber homage?