Thursday, November 02, 2006

So I work with this guy

He seems to think he's my son. Sometimes he jumps in the mud puddles outside, doing backstrokes in them. Sometimes he wears Spandex and dances so hard and so fast that people say things like, "He's trying to hurt people!" before running for cover. And sometimes ... on glorious moments like this one ... he celebrates his milestones in life through song.



My favorite part is when he switches from the higher register to the lower octave. I think that's when he hits puberty. Luckily the camera was there to catch that moment as well. It's pizza-licious!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I still think that guy is sort of cute.

Dainon said...

Well, I expected that. And we discussed that you wouldn't be robbing his cradle too badly if you were to ogle him a spell.

You know what they say ... only the good drive young.

Obvious Expert said...

Only sort of now? Coz I'm getting older.

Anonymous said...

How old is he? I think my dating age acceptance is greater than or equal to 24.

aisy said...

i thought it was you singing until i saw his face...

Dainon said...

I believe he is 24. So, in the words of the nearly retired Bob Barker, "C'mon down!"

Dainon said...

Oh, and Aisy ... it was me. He was pulling a Milli Vanilli.

lil' bohemian said...

I think you should go for it Cindy.. I can vouch for Clintern - young but eager. Right pizza club creator?

Anonymous said...

But how does the youngling feel about me?

Obvious Expert said...

I'm not admitting anything. Except that Seattle seems awfully far away.

Anonymous said...

great clip.

Anonymous said...

I'll fly you up here, sugar. Our love will last for weeks!

Dainon said...

Sugar Mamas are hard to come by, Creent. I'd give this issue some serious meditation before passing it by the wayside. Ask yourself (or Cindy) ... will there be pizza? Endless hours of skating? A prudish kind of love perhaps? Answer these questions in the affirmative before proceeding forward with confidence.