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Thursday, June 30, 2011

This Sucks More Than Anything That's Ever Sucked Before

My children have discovered Beavis and Butt-head. In a week's absence (me in Atlanta), I came back to hehehehehehe and B&B quotes out the yin-yang.

Apparently, they - out of the blue - decided to watch Beavis and Butt-head Do America. The title to this is "CJ's". No one else can hold claim to the quote in the house except her. And they continue to hehehehehe huhuhuhuhuh around the house.

It's quite funny.

Tim has continually done the B&B impressions throughout our marriage, then with our kids. MiMi, for a small period of time, would emulate Tim's impression of B&B. She never knew where they came from...until last week.

Tim and I were big B&B fans and watched all the episodes, probably 10 times over. My favorite episode, in which I use the line "Uh. Vanilla. Chocolate. Strawberry." when I ask a question, or see someone asked a question, and they don't know how to answer it... 

The episode actually goes like this:
[at Burger World]
Customer: Are your shakes made with real milk and ice cream? Or do
you use that reconstituted shake mix stuff?
Beavis: Yeah. Huh, huh, huh, huh.
Customer: What do you mean? Yeah, you use the shake mix, or yeah, you
use the real stuff?
Beavis: Yeah. Hhm, hhm, heh, huh.
Customer: Let me talk to the manager.
Beavis: Yeah. Hhm, hhm, heh, huh.
[Butt-Head shows up]
Butt-head: Im the Assistant Manager, sir. Is there something I can
help you with?
Beavis: Yeah. Hhm, hhm, heh, huh.
Customer: Yes. I am trying to ask a very simple question here. Are
your shakes made from shake mix or from ice cream and milk?
Butt-head: Uh... we have vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry.
Beavis: Yeah. Hhm, hhm, heh, huh.
Customer: Forget it. Forget it. God, cant you idiots answer a simple
question? Ill go somewhere else. God, morons. A couple of
imbeciles.
[leaves]
Butt-head: Lets go break something.
Beavis: Yeah. Hhm, hhm, heh, huh.
The girls have watched the first season of the show. Apparently, it's not as accessible on the net as most shows are. It's pretty surreal - that my kids are watching something that was a mild, comedic obsession of ours before we ever considered kids.

Wait until they get a hold of South Park...

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