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? 😉

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. 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.

  3. 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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