A New Take on Sexy

My husband was home sick on Monday, having got the flu from me (an early Valentine’s Day gift 😉  ).  He got a burst of energy after taking some cold medicine, and was walking around the house, trying to dance, singing LMFAO‘s I’m Sexy and I Know It.  It went something like this:

I’m se…*coughing fit* …xy and I *coughing fit* it.

It kind of lost the effect.  😉 Ten minutes later, he was sound asleep on the sofa and I was cruising YouTube.

So, I couldn’t help but laugh when I came across this video on Monday:

OK, I don’t have kids (yet), but I did love Sesame Street when I was a kid.  I thought Big Bird was my best friend.  My husband and my brother both preferred Cookie Monster. Most people seem to have a favorite character, whether from their own childhood or from that of their children or grandchildren–my Grandma is with me on team Big Bird. 🙂

Did you have a favorite Sesame Street character? Other favorites from childhood? (I loved Strawberry Shortcake.)  Are you disappointed that I didn’t get a video of my husband’s rather unsexy performance? 😉

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Susi Borath finds time to write between freelance marketing jobs, minor league baseball games, creating new cookie recipes, and juggling more laundry than any two people should be able to produce. You can find more about her at http://susiborath.com or follow @susiborath on Twitter.

5 thoughts on “A New Take on Sexy

  1. I love it! I can so picture you dancing around, all sick. 🙁 I’m sorry you were sick and hope you’re feeling better!

    I loved Strawberry Shortcake too. I drove my parents nuts with the record – they hated the voices! LOL. I didn’t really have a favorite Sesame Street Character. It wasn’t one of my favorite shows. I loved the Smurf though. I had all the figurines and played with them in the bathtub.

  2. LOL!! Too cute. Yes, I loved Sesame Street .. as did my kids. I can remember when Snuffy was just coming on the street and most everyone thought Big Bird just had an imaginary friend. Ugh .. that was a long time ago! LOL….

  3. When my daughter was young, Sesame Street was just being born. I watched it with her and have to say I loved Miss Piggy and Cookie Monster–but then there weren’t all these other characters back then. Hope you all get better real soon at your house.

  4. I was catching up on reading my friends’ blogs and I saw this post. What a great way to start my Saturday morning! Coffee and some techno-Elmo! LOL! I loved watching Sesame Street when I was a kid and even got to see a live Sesame Street show at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin. Fraggle Rock was also one of my favorites when I was a kid.

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