Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Things I Have Learned

"Air on the G String" will always sound dirty to grade 7 boys.



Isn't wonderful to know that there is always someone who can change your perspective on the way you see things?

The boys have a new appreciation for Bach. And I will never quite look at "Air on the G String" in quite the same way.

12 comments:

Guilty Secret said...

He he yeah I remember laughing with the boys about that at school too :)

Anonymous said...

..and as a former 7th grader, thats an imagine that can go a long way :). It's likely that with the proper number of trials, the poor boys would begin to salivate like Pavlovs dog.

Randy

VE said...

It's still funny...but I never did really grow up. Just wait until they get to G spot. ha ha

Carla said...

Guilty, Yep, and I've had my share of immature guffaws as well.

Randy, It certainly can. I wonder how the school board would feel about me doing a little Pavlovian experimentation.

Carla said...

VE, G has all the luck. How did it and up being the sexy letter?

Fede said...

Hi dear, I saw your post last night when the world was sleeping...quietly. I just got back from San Diego and I thought I'd play it again while brushing my teeth. I wanted to think about those things that happened in my life and that resulted in a change of perspective but I could not...way too into Net Present Value now.
Thank you though. Besos
Good night and good luck.

Carla said...

Fede, I'm sure if you think hard, you will come up with something. Life goes beyond net present value.

TK Kerouac said...

Yes but I've always had the mind of a grade 7 boy...

Carla said...

Tracey, I hear ya. I think I was laughing just as hard as the boys.

Pamela said...

I hope they weren't so disappointed -- ha ha. It is terribly funny, tho.

Carla said...

Pamela, Who, the boys? They couldn't quit laughing. They were visualizing the whole thing.

dawn said...

Such a funny post in light of the actual video which was lovely. I do remember grade 7 boys and many didn't change much.