I was listening to Simon and Garfunkel on the way home from work last night. When Mrs. Robinson came on, one of my old childhood questions came flooding back. Namely, if you want to hide something in a hiding place where no one ever goes, why on earth would you put it near the cupcakes? In my mind, involving cupcakes has never helped keep a secret. Wouldn’t you expect everyone to go to where the cupcakes are? I know you can at least expect me to be there; however, you can also be sure that I would try to keep the location of the cupcakes quiet in hopes of not having to share. Really, my logic says that at least one person is bound to find your hiding place in search of a good dessert. What am I missing?
Am I the only one who pictures Guy Smiley jamming out with Prairie Dawn every time I listen to this? Do you think that the Foo Fighters would list Children’s Television Workshop as one of their musical influences? Is it wrong that I’ve taken to yelling the Sesame Street lyrics over the top of the real lyrics while I drive?