oh what fun

Much to their dismay, I am posting things the boys have shown me in the half hour before dinner last night.
(I told you not to show her things on the internet! She kills them!)

It all started with these reindeer. They spoke an entirely different language when they showed them to me. (Herp?)

We moved on to this. I must tell you that the expression on the reindeer's face is very Middle.

There was a segue to this, which Middle had shown me on the train in the morning.

And that had really come from a conversation, at dinner, about this, which, naturally, brought us to this.
I'm sure you can understand the progression here.

Oldest rounded out the conversation as I was setting the table with this delight.

Middle countered with this one, but I like the original best.

Comments

paddlingOTAKU said…
I work with a guy from India. And everyday he dances like that last video.

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I went a little farther down the Dale Anderson site and snorted at the rolling Santa.
That reindeer expression!
I think I threw my back out WATCHING those dancers in your favorite version. Dang.
Veuve said…
Tell your boys to lighten up and spread the joy.

Is that reindeer expression universal to young men? Because it looks just like my son.

Ok, I'm sending that "favorite" video on to several friends. It is now in my head. I love it.
Scot said…
THRE IS NOTHING IN THE ENTIRE WORLD QUITE LIKE TUNAK TUNAK TUN! Always makes me smile...
(did you mention to Oldest that I sent you that video link back in August?)
OH MY, how I heart your family.
kt said…
I loved seeing the slightly burly guy leading the dudes in booty-shakeage--and thought she sounded a bit like the sped-up versions of Tunak Tunak Tun, it was nice to see Mr. Burly get the girl in the end....