Wednesday, 27 April 2016
Songs in the key of my daughter. I'm word perfect on them. #BritishDadStuff
You know you're a Great British Dad when...
...you realise you are word perfect on all of your daughter's made up lyrics.
LOCATION - MCDONALDS
"Hickory Dickory Dock! The mouse ran up the clock.
(WAVING MCFLURRY SPOON LIKE A CONDUCTOR'S WAND)
The clock struck one...
(DOES A CLOCK STRIKE WITH THE SPOON)
(BLOB OF CADBURY'S DAIRY MILK MCFLURRY FLIES PAST MUMMY AND HITS DADDY'S NORTH FACE JACKET)
The mouse ran down...
Forgot the rest while I'm cleaning up McFlurry.
Hi Ho! Hi Ho! It's washy washy woah.
Repeat ad finitum.
"Aaalia, askia... askia..."
Which is another Disney-copyright infringing rendition of a song from the Little Mermaid:
Kiss De Girl.
While singing it, you have to hold your dad's head, and on Askia, violently turn it to the left, and then again to the right on the next askia.
And then repeat the askia, askia's, while facing the other way.
I've listened to Kiss De Girl a double-digit number of times now and I don't know where the Aaaalia, askia, askia bit comes from.
But she says it's from that.
My complete guide to Understanding Your British Dad is here
Doing the garden by throwing water bombs from the top of our house #BritishDadStuff
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