Monday, April 15, 2013 1:08:10 PM
Give a dog half a lemon. It wants to play with it, but the lemon is obviously sour. So what to do?
Watch this video to find out!
It's probably the cutest dog video I've ever seen!
Monday, April 16, 2012 4:57:38 AM
If you haven't heard the phrase "Everyday I'm shuffling", you've probably been living under a stone for a little while now. It comes from this video by the American duo LMFAO, and it's called "Party Rock Anthem":
This single has gone to number one in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. It also reached top five in Norway and Italy.
The phrase "Everyday I'm Shufflin'" has almost reached cult status. Let's see how that shows...
Monday, February 27, 2012 5:42:59 AM
We've finally reached the last post in my row of music challenges. This in number 30, and man, have we been through a lot. I've taken you through hip hop, pop, rock, lullabies, kids' songs, funeral songs and wedding songs. You can listen to them all by clicking here
Today - this last challenge, is to post my favourite song at this time last year. The hard thing about that challenge is to remember a year back. What did I listen to in the beginning of 2011? I know for sure that I bought "Die Happy"'s album "Red Box" with me home from Germany over Christmas, so I know I was listening to them a lot in January and February.
I therefore present to you a German band playing rock. Forget about Destiny's Child and Beyoncé. Forget about half naked rhythm'n'blues singing girls. Here's the way "Survivor" was supposed to sound like all along.
Long live rock!
Monday, February 13, 2012 6:05:17 AM
This is the second to last post in my series of music challenges. It's a little late if you're a new reader, but feel free to hang on - and read the rules here
Today the challenge is to post a song from my childhood. It would have been more fun if I actually listened to English songs back then, but I didn't. To make it just a bit amusing for you people who don't speak Danish out there, I've chosen a video that could be amusing and/or cute, so there's something for everybody.
The song is called "Min kat den danser tango" (My cat dances the tango):
What did you listen to when you were a kid?
Monday, February 6, 2012 5:54:55 AM
We're nearly reaching the end of my series of music posts. It's now week 28 out of 30, so now there only this one and two more to go. Read the rules here
if you don't know what I'm talking about.
This weeks challenge is to post a song that makes you feel guilty. It reminds me quite a bit about week 13's challenge: A song that is a guilty pleasure
, where I posted a song by Right Said Fred. I have the same problem as I had all those weeks ago: I simply don't understand how a song should be able to make me feel guilty!
I'll give it a go anyway, with two videos, because I couldn't decide which one to chose.
The first one is with Afroman:
I have to admit that I especially enjoy the two white chicks in the beginning of the video.
And next one up is Katy Perry:
That's what I can come up with for today. What about you?
Monday, January 23, 2012 9:20:42 AM
Happy Monday everybody - I hope you enjoyed your weekend. I surely enjoyed mine, thank you very much.
It's time for another post in my series of music challenges
, namely #27, a song that you wish you could play.
This is actually quite a fun challenge. Where others play the air guitar, I always play air drums. So I'll pick this very old song with Nazarath, "Night Woman", because it would be so cool to learn to play the drums on this one:
When you post the song that you wish you could play, it would be cool if you also told which instrument you would like to be able to play it on.
Monday, January 16, 2012 5:51:22 AM
So, it's Monday again already. Those weekends sure happen very fast!
It's time for another post in my row of music challenges (rules listed here
in case anyone forgot them)...
This week is calling for a song, that you can play on an instrument. Hmm. I'm not out of a musical family, really, but I can play one song. One.
Meet the Muppets, performing "When the saints go marching in".
Next week's challenge is about which song you wish you could play on an instrument, and I promise you that it'll be a different kettle of fish!
Monday, January 9, 2012 5:58:22 AM
We've reached week 25 in my series of Music Challenge (rules are listed here
, in case you don't already know them).
This week's challenge is to post a song that makes you laugh. Hm. There aren't many songs that literally make me laugh. I was thinking of posting something with Monty Python, but decided for something a bit newer.
I present to you, The Key of Awesome, with their parody of Maroon 5, "Move like Jagger":
made me laugh!!
Monday, January 2, 2012 6:00:11 AM
Here's another Monday coming up, which means it's time for another blogpost in my series of Music Challenges
. Today the challenge is to find a song that I want to play at my funeral.
It's kind of odd for me, since I probably won't be listening to it myself, being dead and all. But I've chosen a Norwegian song performed by a Danish artist, namely Kim Larsen. It's called "Kringsatt av Fiender", which means "Surrounded by enemies".
It's a very beautiful song in my opinion.
Kringsatt av fiender,
gå inn i din tid
Under en blodig storm
vi dig til strid
Kanske du spør i angst,
hvad skal jeg kjempe med,
hvad er mit våpen?
Her er dit vern mot vold,
her er dit sverd:
troen på livet vårt,
For all vår fremtids skyld,
søk det og dyrk det,
dø om du må - men:
øk det og styrk det!
Translated it's approximately:
Surrounded by enemies,
walk into your time
During a bloody storm
Prepare to fight
Perhaps you ask in fear
What shall I fight with,
what is my weapon?
Here is your protection against violence
here is your sword
Believing in life,
and what's human life is worth.
For the sake of our future,
Seek it and make it grow.
Die if you must, but
make it bigger and strengthen it!
There are three more verses, but these are the ones I want sung by my funeral.
Thank you for your time and attention.