Saturday, December 24, 2005

Weeweechu !

Joke, that was the best I could come up with, as the holiday season begins.

One December evening, Huan Cho and his girlfriend Jung Lee were sitting by the side of the ocean. It was a romantic full moon, when Huan Cho said 'sweet flower', let's play 'Weeweechu'. "Oh no, not now, let's look at the moon" said Jung Lee.

"Oh, let's you and I play Weeweechu. I love you and its the perfect time, "Huan Cho Begged." But I rather, just hold your hand and watch the moon."

"Please Jung Lee, just once play Weeweechu with me. "Jung Lee looked at Huan Chi and said, "OK, we'll play Weeweechu." Huan Cho grabbed his guitar and they both sang.....

"Weeweechu a merry Christmas, Weeweechu a merry Christmas,Weeweechu a merry Christmas, and a happy New Year."

And a happy solstice from Joe2, who is busy cooking.


Ron said...

I just finished cooking, Joe: 7:45 to 5:40 with a break for lunch and I'm buggered.

Not only did I do lunch for my immediate family today but for my share of a family gathering tomorrow.

Food is not something I want to think anymore about tonight!

Cheers, mate.

joe2 said...

Fridge juggling is what happens now,Ron. Cooks,from my experience,of latter times,prefer the smiley faces and tend to graze.
A fine Ale,like the besieged, 'Coopers' (Sparkling), always helps. Sounds like all went well.

Brownie said...

to provide for family is supposed to be a GOOD feeling guys.
Picnics next year perhaps?
I hope you had a lovely time though.

Brownie said...

PS Joe - I stopped paying attention to music around 1982, but I was very familiar with loudon wainwright III and I believe he married one of the also well-known McGarrigle sisters (Kate or Anna). I liked all that music in the early 1970's.

Dead skunk in the middle of the road ... stinkin to haaagh heaven....

joe2 said...

Correct Brownie.

Two little,naughty children,are 'skunking' the song world and are
grown up.

Rufus, prefers blokes and little sister hates her dad. It has to be all good.

The music of both is great.
Of local and new talent?