Monday, July 21, 2008

Spanish Love Song

I'll do a post camp wrap up blog sometime, but as my brain is not currently functioning, it'll have to wait. For now, I give you this video. Have you seen it? They showed it during Volunteer Orientation (to remind everyone that we aren't there for hook ups or something like that) and we were all singing it throughout the week.



9 comments:

Bluegrass Mama said...

What a hoot, Jenny! I was literally LOL, having just enough Spanish to understand what he was saying (like you, I was a French major).

Kate A said...

I have read your blogs for years, and I guess it's kind of sad (on my part) that it took this cheesy video for me to finally post! That is HI-Larry-US! So excited to hear about camp this year, but especially the next Posse gathering. Sounds like a great bunch of gals!

Kate A.
Duluth, MN

Christi said...

yo tengo dos bicicletas... CLASSIC!!!

Claire said...

Yep, I had one semester of Spanish and recognized most of that song. I forgot what 11 is too! I guess he did not get the girl :-)

Claire in TX

Lisa said...

This is the first time that I have ever left a comment. I did keep up with Allie's website and now your blog. I want to say that I think it is great that you devote your time to camp discovery. I just recently volunteered to do March for Babies and now I am seeking to volunteer my time to the ACS. I was wanting to know who do you contact or give your information to to volunteer for Camp Discovery??

~Mommy 2 Four~ said...

OMG I was laughing pretty good at that one. I would have been singing it too all week. That is too funny.

Amatha said...

So, I'll be looking for a formal letter of apology from you. Several months ago, someone sent me a link to this. I watched, thought it was hilarious, and watched a couple more times with various others. "Hey, come over here and watch this! It's hysterical!" After that, I made two observations. First, the guy kind of looks like Tom Sizemore. Second, this song sticks in my head. The second is most unfortunate because I end up walking around singing it to myself and IT'S NOT EVEN A REAL SONG! I finally, overcame this hurdle (thank you, family, friends, and counselors, for your support during a difficult time). Now, like a cruel drug pusher, you dangle it in front of me again.

Que hora ES? Que hora ES?

LisaWV said...

SO funny! Thanks for sharing that!

Candice said...

That is great! I am going to send that to all of my friends!