Happy Birthday, Josh. (Thanks for the tip, Liam.)
THAT’s where he gets it from.
This had a real Dan Aykroyd in Nothing But Trouble vibe.
i was thinking more Blues Brothers 2000
It’s nice of grandpa to give grandma partial credit on that song. It was also nice of him to marry a muppet.
I was just glad the muppet kept her top on, because I thought it was going that direction briefly.
Glad Randy Newman found a new gig now that he can’t be on the Oscars.
Josh also might get the Mortifying Grandparents Blues.
I have nothing here. I thought these two were charmers and it makes me miss my grandparents.
Parks and Rec really sucks, right?
Your comment just made me miss *my* grandparents. Now I need to go find a site bashing Reagan on his birthday to make my grandpa proud…
Why is it so dusty in here?
Indeed, grandparents for EVERYONE!
Josh’s grandma is Donna Godchaux?
I wouldn’t mind if all 10 of my favorite websites showed me this video today.
why is every single birthday video in this blog performed by old granmas and grandpas? you guys actually waste your time watching these? downvote away zombies…
how awful. what kind of family doesn’t let someone pick out their own pizza toppings until they’re 18?
I think it’s more that kids don’t eat anything but cheese pizza. He’s a man now.
Is blues cheese OK?
You know I was going to end that with, he can handle pepperoni. Then, I changed it to sausage. Then I changed it to mushrooms. Then I said screw it.
My point is, pizza toppings are loaded with double entendre. No wonder kids can’t handle them.
And how entitled is this Josh if he thinks he is done paying his dues at 18.
A good case for the legalization of marijuana? Or the best case for the legalization of marijuana?
Judging from their need to wear sunglasses inside, I’m going to guess its medicinal for glaucoma.
My 82 year old grandpa got medical marijuana and smoked it with his 78 year old best friend for the first time in their whole lives last year!!! “Hey Fatima the doctor game me some of those funny cigarettes, don’t tell your grandma!” – direct quote. My grandpa’s a bouncy, insane little Algonquin man and his best friend is a tall British greaser who still wears his hair in a ducktail and rolls his cigarettes up in his sleeve. I would have given anything in the world to have been there.
“I want some of what Grandma’s smoking.” – me, 5 seconds in.
I didn’t even know John Goodman could play the piano.
Man I really wished they had turned this into a movie.
Thanks Grandma and Grandpa, but my name is Eric and this is eight years late.
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