Wednesday, July 08, 2009

we were obviously meant to work together

My assistant is taking the interns out for karaoke after work.

17 comments:

Rick Daley said...

Will this be available on YouTube tomorrow for our viewing *pleasure*?

Rebecca Knight said...

Hahaha, nice! ;)

Your assistant sounds like someone I'd want to be friends with.

pacatrue said...

You'd never catch me doing karaoke.

Laurel said...

pacatrue:

I've said the same thing. Then the tequila spoke up. And both times I went with country music.

There was not enough BC powder in the tri-state area for the morning after. Either time.

B. Nagel said...

oo. I was at a wedding reception where "Wayland and the boys" had forty too many and serenaded us with mumbled dirges mourning the passing of steel guitars and cowboys.

I recommend as much 70's rock as possible. People know the words and like to sing along.

Jannette Johnson said...

I couldn't drink enough to find the courage to do karaoke.

Chris Eldin said...

You guys have all the fun.
:-)

s.w. vaughn said...

Woo, karaoke! Sooo much fun. Like playing Rock Band in front of a bunch of drunken total strangers. :-)

Someday I will work up the guts to do the ultimate karaoke song: Rockstar by Nickelback. Oh yeah. *G*

Kim Kasch said...

Ohhhhhhhh, I wish you would post a Youtube audio of that.

:)

I'd love to live vicariously through someone who can carry a tune.

:(

JKB said...

Clearly this was a relationship meant to be. :-))))

jalexissmith said...

and you aren't going? that doesn't seem like you....

Whirlochre said...

It'll end in cheers...

moonrat said...

Kim--well, I can NOT confess to carrying a tune :) So I guess you're off the hook.

Amy L. Sonnichsen said...

Oh cool! I love karaoke. But I'm not sure I love American karaoke. I like how they do it in Asia where you get your own private room with your own friends and you can all belt out any tune you want and dance around and strangers can't see you or really hear you unless they're standing at the door peering through the small glass window. Anybody with me? I really think America needs to start doing karaoke the Asian way. It would have a much wider appeal, imho. :D

Oh, but will someone please sing Eternal Flame for me? That's my staple karaoke song. :)

s.w. vaughn said...

You don't need to carry a tune to sing karaoke. That's the point! Just do it with gusto, and everyone will love you (even if you sound like a cat in a tin bucket. Really. My poor dad - he can't sing, but he's so into it when he does karaoke that you just can't help loving his performance. It's especially great because he knows he can't sing, and he does it anyway. :-)

gringo said...

"My assistant is taking the interns out for karaoke after work."

For punishment?

jo said...

sweet, can I come?