Monday, April 2, 2012

The "Macarena" in Jamaica

Maddy: The "Macarena" is a Spanish dance song that is played in Manhattan and Jamaica to bring kids to a frenzy. The weird thing about it is you know it's coming, "The crazies," but once the music starts you can't stop. And when Big Bird and Zoi and Elmo show up, it is too much for a kid to take.

Michael: It doesn't bother me, the "Macarena," is back.
Well, maybe it does bother me.
Maybe it never ever left. I just blocked it out. I was never a huge fan of the "Macarena." Now that my girls are being taught the "Macarena" where ever they go, I have to face my feelings head on.
How do you feel? (That is a blogging talking point, thrown out to the blog-oh-sphere)

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