Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Well a woman who'll kiss on the very first date Is usually a hussy. And a woman who'll kiss on the second time out Is anything but fussy.

Lightning Round!

2 points for the name of the song
2 more points for the name of the musical

(other points awarded by whim, as always)



Thanks for playing! 

Comments will be open for whimming until 10:00 p.m.  
I'll post a winner tomorrow.  




9 comments:

Melissa Corry said...

A winner tomorrow?? Like as in a winner of the lightening round or an all around winner??

Charlotte said...

An all-around winner. Haven't you heard? It's practically Spring! We made it through!

Jeri said...

music man - Sha-poopi (however you spell it)

Melissa Corry said...

I am excited for Spring. The kids tried to let Grandma and Grandpa hold onto winter for a few more days. It snowed Saturday and the kids and dad decided to make a wall of snow at the front of Mom and Dad's yard. It was built with rather large snowballs and the smaller ones stacked on top. All of the snow in the neighborhood has melted, except for a snow wall lining the front of Mom and Dad's yard. Sure it is half the size it once was, but it is still there, and the kids get a kick out of it every time they go by :)

Melissa Corry said...

Oh ya!! Music Man has never been one of my favorites, in fact, I went to the play once and had a hard time sitting through the end of it. There I said it. Sorry Marian, you namesake holds no love with me. But I did drive through Gary IN quite a few times our my way to Chicago :)

Jeri said...

sung by the character marcellus, friend of Prof. Harold Hill. How do I know this??? My son Aaron was in the school's productino of Music Man Jr. this fall. He played the roll of Jacy Squires - the high voice of the quartet. I ended up being at 50% of the rehearsals, helping them learn the choreography for this song - sha-poopie, and coaching the quartet. I should get like 500 points for helping teach 4 -7th grade boys to sing barbershop quartet harmony. granted, it was the jr version, so there were mainly just duet harmonies, splitting in to 3 at one point - but it was TOUGH!!! sometimes they could hit it, and other times it was a little painful! Crazy times! then for 3 of the performances, I ran the sound board. It was an adventure - but Aaron LOVES drama, and I am just happy he is finding his "place" where he feels he belongs...

Jeri said...

Oh - I thought of one more thing that should give me whim points cause it SHOULD get a laugh out of you! When I was working Aaron to get over his issue of singing "high" - the whole "I'm a boy and if I sign high everyone will think I sing like a girl" thing... so I looked up some "real barbershop" so he could hear how high REAL MEN can go. This clip was our all time favorite. we watched it several times in a row and just laughed. Not to mention they were incredible!

ENJOY! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWCNiIikbFw

Charlotte said...

Way to go Jeri!! Getting the all the points for the last post of 2013 MMM!!! Wooo-hoo!

4 points for that, 2 extra for being the last winner, 2 points for your son doing the show, 2 points for essentially coaching the show, and another 2 points for encouraging your son to find his niche, whatever it may be. Oh, and 3 points for that awesome clip!

Melissa--a point for the visual of that snow wall, and a point for all the Gary, Indiana. (I agree with you about the Music Man, by the way. The first time I saw it, I was in elementary school and we went to the high school to watch their production. All I remember about it was that I was bored out of my mind, and then at the very end, the whole high school band came out, complete with show tubas, and it was awesome. I did see it when UFO did it a few years ago, and found it quite charming. Professional vs high school-go figure.)

Mom C said...

Happy Birthday Charlotte.

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