Sunday, May 07, 2006

Practice

This video holds very limited appeal to the vast majority of the universe, as it is my kids dancing to Bootylicious. If you do watch, please notice how I taught them to shake their arses.



Ooops. Seems I loaded the one with my voice. There goes all that imagining you were doing of me with an exotic french accent.

14 comments:

David said...

I kept expecting the wobbly one closest to the camera to crash through the glass panels of the door. So it was all a bit of a let down in the end.

But it was nice to hear your voice.

Martha said...

Mmm, I was disappointed about the lack of drama myself.

It was the first experimental one though, so I'm sure it will all get more entertaining from here on.

David Farrar said...

That is such a Kiwi accent!

red said...

argghh the voice of martha has been heard! what have we done!

Martha said...

Christ, I've totally blown my mystique.

Oy Vey said...

good god! are you REALLY lucy lawless pretending to be a petone mom?

cute!

tom909 said...

Martha, I hope this means that you are feeling a bit better. I just wanted to say not to worry too much - sometimes physical shit like that passes on by after a few days.
Love the accent - how about a whole video of it.

Martha said...

Yay for international bloggers. Any New Zealand reader will now know I'm a total bogan, but the foreigners have no idea.

Vicus Scurra said...

It isn't to clear what you are tellling him to do with his bottom. Sounds like 'wiggle'. In any case that sound clip will be the intro to the new single I am recording with Tina Turner, Charlie Watts and Bjork next week.

Martha said...

Charlie! I love Charlie. And I can harmonise perfectly with Bjork, it'll be dreamy.

Kate said...

That was so funny and super cute. That's a keeper for the 21st when Beyonce is as embarrassing as dancing to The Carpenters.

Although ABBA might be funnier. ;)

Jo Hubris said...

"wiggle your bottom... turn around..." - is this Wanda Harland or a file found on a computer at CYPS?

Urban Chick said...

a fantastic turn by your older boy towards the end of the show

you must be so proud

ooh, and liked hearing your voice (though i thought NZers said "wuggle" and not "weegle" like those from Aus.)

another illusion shattered...

Martha said...

sorry about that. Lots of us do say wuggle, I myself say "nice" as "noice", hopefully that will fit your expectations.