Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Wednesday Media Mix

Here's a meme I came across over at My Digital Ghost :

Listen: What’s the silliest song you’ve had stuck in your head lately?

Well, last week I was reading through the letters over at some DC comics fanfiction site about a story featuring a villain called Onomatopoeia, and someone referred to him as "Onomona... well, you know". Ever since I read the Onomona bit, I've not been able to get Mahna Mahna by The Muppets out of my head.

Watch: Have you seen any of the films that have received Oscar nominations? If so, which ones?

All the highbrow stuff - The Dark Knight (really disappointed by it), Iron Man (really liked it), Kung Fu Panda (good fun film), Wall-E (excellent), Wanted (terrific popcorn actioner; preferred it to the original graphic novel, although, to be fair, I saw the movie first).

Read: Do you have have dreams that are spawned from the things you read? If so, share an interesting dream.

No, I don't and, since I'm reading Neil Gaiman's scary little book Coraline at the moment, I'm kind of glad I don't.

4 comments:

Dennis the Vizsla said...

Anybody who reads DC comics fanfic letters and likes Neil Gaiman is okay in my book. Welcome aboard!

Jodi said...

Mahna Mahna - My husband always does that bit! LOL! It is so funny to see someone else mention it.

The silliest song I always have in my head is "Ice Ice Baby" just because I know all the words and I think am the only person that actually liked it. LOL!

A Blog In The Rough said...

I think I'm now going to have that song stuck in my head thanks 2 u :P

An Eerie Tapestry said...

Dennis - Thanks for the warm welcome.

Jodi - If your husband always does the Mahna Mahna bit, does that mean you have to do the doo-doobie-doobie? As for "Ice Ice Baby", the title contains the only words of that song I remember (although the number of words the Vanilla one manages to cram in there means I'm in awe of your ability to memorise it).

A Blog In The Rough - you think getting it stuck in your head is bad? Think of poor Jodi, who's got her husband singing it to her 24/7.