Saturday, January 14, 2006

Winner of LOTW

Winner: Jeff, with this annoyingly addictive (alliteration!) website.




dash13pa said...

I have to say, Jeff's site is incredibly impressive. It taught me how to spell the silly animal.

Here is my ONE submission for this week:

Master Blogger, would you consider naming a winner and runnerup each week?

Everybody Dance Now said...

Here is my link of the week, who knew it could be that easy, and there were so many glitches, or that sixteen and a half minutes passed so fast.

jen said...

Okay, here is my link for the week. The website is huge, so I'm giving you a specific clip to watch. It's hilarious. It's about this squirrel who wants a bagel.

***please understand that there may be some bad language in it...

Anonymous said...

I am a falure at life and therefor have no link. and who cares how to spell a llama?

Jeff said...

Yay! I won! Now I just have to think of a post...

Anonymous said...

I say that people should get to continue to post anonymously, but those anonymous comments should be taken less seriously(starting after this comment)

Anonymous said...

I completely disagree with the above comment. Anonymous posts should be considered in the utmost respect.

Anonymous said...

I meant the comments made by people who use the other button and can impersonate other people.

Anonymous said...

Then I completely agree with you.

Anonymous said...

this is sort of weird; it seems like i'm talking to myself

Anonymous said...

Perhaps you are and you just don't know it yet.

Abby said...

oooooh my god I'm going to be walking around my house singing about llamas all night and scare my dog.

"Here's a llama, there's a llama, llama, llama..."

i wonder if those lyrics are anywhere on the internet...

Jeff said...

For those interested in the lyrics, I have it memorized:
Here's a llama, there's a llama.
And another little llama.
Fuzzy llama, funny llama.
Llama, llama, duck.

Llama, llama, cheesecake, llama.
Tablet, brick, potato, llama
Llama, llama, mushroom, llama.
Llama, llama, duck.

I was once a tree house,
I lived in a cake.
But I never saw the way
The orange slayed the rake
I was only three years dead,
But it told a tale.
And now listen, little child
To the safety rail.

Did you ever see a llama?
Kiss a llama, on the llama.
Llama's llama, taste of llama.
Llama, llama, duck.

Half a llama, twice a llama.
Not a llama, farmer, llama,
Llama in a car, alarm a
Llama, llama, duck.

Is that how it's told now?
Is it now so old?
Is it made of lemon juice?
Doorknob, ankle, cold.
Now my song is getting thin.
I've run out of luck!
Time for me to retire now.
And become a duck.

And that is the song, for those who care.

Everybody Dance Now said...

Free time much??

Jesse said...

I've seen that already. Albino Black sheep is a really weird site.