Remember when you were a little girl and you had a weird talent that your parents would force you to perform any time there were lots of people gathered around? We all had it, I’m sure. Surely it’s not the case that only SOME children had parents who would force them to perform their weird talent in front of groups of people at every get-together, even though you could tell even the groups of people were growing very tired of it? My thing was singing the Ren & Stimpy theme song. Hahahahaaaaaaaa. Hahah. I haven’t thought about this in a long time, please excuse me. It wasn’t actually a talent, obviously, it was just that I’d imitate the guitar from the theme song to Ren & Stimpy and my parents would make me do it in front of crowds of relatives. How embarrassing! I cannot believe I was forced to do that. That is is way more embarrassing than this video, which is actually not embarrassing at all and just very cute and most importantly cool. It’s basically everything my thing was not. UGH. Actually, I hate this little girl? Turns out I hate her. Too cute, too cool, and seriously way too stylish. BOOOOO. You can hear her warming up her bird chirps at the beginning of the video, but the best part starts 1:40 in. Let’s watch it, I GUESS.

Great job you adorable, inherently musical baby. But let me ask you this: Can you give us your best rendition of the Ren & Stimpy theme song? No? You don’t know what that is? Because you’re a child and children SHOULDN’T? Also you’re foreign? Also you’re too cute for it? Whatever. I’ll take that as a failure. YOU FAIL! (Thanks for the tip, Clif!)

Comments (21)
  1. Is the REAL reason you hate her because she’s trying to steal your 12-year old boyfriend?

  2. OMG, just give her the ice cream already!

  3. “Bird sounds are my thing! Call my lawyer!”

  4. “Remember when you were a little girl and [remainder of blog post]?”


  5. Soooooo…what would it take to get a video of you doing the Ren & Stimpy song?

  6. When I was a kid there was this other kid who would sing Opera at parties and people would give him money. I used to have this burping ability (superpower you might say) and one of the older kids at my pop warner football league caught wind of both things. Soon he was taking me around the neighborhood pimping me for burps. I don’t remember exactly how long that lasted but I know it ended when i projectile-vomited in the middle of a living room. Who says nostalgia is the worst?

    • I don’t know what’s wrong with my mushy brain, but I don’t remember the Ren&Stimpy theme song act. I do remember we used to make Kelly recite the Disney Monorail directions to stay away from the closing doors–IN SPANISH! For real, she had (has?) them memorized.

      • Sorry Chris! That wasn’t supposed to be a reply to you. But I was wondering how much you got for the vomiting thing.

        • I don’t remember exactly, this was in Mexico in the early 90s so I would say maybe 30,000 old pesos. I think adjusted for inflation, taking the new peso system into account and converting into dollars maybe it was something like 20 Dollars today. Main thing to remember is that there was a time in my life where i would wander into a party and burp for pesos, kind of like Clint Eastwood in those movies.

      • “Por favor, manténganse alejado de las puertas.”

  7. so bird noises are the new air horns in hip-hop? thats really going to confuse my cats when guys are riding around my neighborhood blasting their music at three am.

  8. I loved those guys in “Police Academy 12″

  9. I thought that was pretty neat!

  10. Kelly, you are welcome. Guys, that’s me!

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