I like Potato Salad. And Wagons. And freak shows.

I found this online tonight and knew it was a Must Share Moment. *Note: Just get through the Potato Salad song and you will be amazed shocked horrified at the mad skillz these women have. And before anyone asks, I am TOTALLY calling the part of “Wagon Girl!” Now, if only I can get two more people to join me in taking this on the road.

20 Comments

  1. Holy cow! So, I’m guessing they didn’t think singing was enough???

  2. I’ll do it with you, but I’ll need about 5 years training and a time clock to take me back 15 years. SO, as long as I don’t have to do any of those crazy yoga moves, flying through the air, dressing in the skimpy outfits, or the singing, I’M IN! I’ll be the girl eating the potato salad.

    http://awholelotofnothing.net

  3. As I’m an avid reader of your FAB blog, I absolutely HAD to award you the Bodacious Blog award!! You are most deserving. Please pick up your award at: http://ladybugandco.com.
    :)Abby

  4. That is just wrong on so many levels – the song and the horrific contortions of those women….just wrong

  5. Okay, what do they do for chocolate cake?

    I can’t sing or contort, but I’ll totally join your road show. I can still tap dance, will that help?

  6. My 15 year old son was appropriately HORRIFIED!!

  7. To be honest, I’m speechless. I’ve never seen anything like that before.

    Cas

  8. I’m horrified!
    NOT at what you blogged…but the fact my slow speed or whatever it is,can’t see it.(pouting)
    Noooo fair!
    Bummmmer.
    I’ll have to get on someone elses’ computer and see what I am missing.
    Having to get caught up anyways on some back-news..I haven’t been the faithful blogger/reader that I once was.Mostly work and not alot of free time..sending u an invite.That is..if your email is available,If not,you can email me at tamra747@yahoo.com.Between family and work…some thoughts are better left un-read.LOL

  9. they’re… multi-talented! hehe 🙂

  10. Oh Good Lord! Wrong in so many ways I can’t even count…

  11. I saw you peek in on one of my blog logs and followed you to this absolutely fabulous blog. So glad you found me so I could find you!

    First of all, I like potato salad, wagons, and freak shows, too, so I’m loving you. Actually, I adore freak shows, so I’m really adoring you. Hilarious.

    Looking forward to poking around your blog. Should be sleeping. Mommy is seriously going to need coffee in the morning, as toddlers generally don’t accept the “but I found a new blog last night” excuse.

  12. I’m in too. I’m stretching right now to get ready.
    I’m the girl in the hay loft, performing things that just defy gravity. And all reason.

  13. Gott go and tell let hubs and kids know that I can’t make dinner tonight, I am going to be busy practicing some new moves to take on the road! I’m in…might need a few months of SERIOUS pilates before I’m ready.

    BTW…found this post through a clink on a link I found on the BlogRush widget on another site!

    Erin
    http://www.ExpectingExecutive.com

  14. I could have done that before I had kids (please catch the sarcasm here)…my center of gravity has definately shifted to the hip/glut/thigh region. I don’t think they make shows that like for us kinds of girls. How in the world did you find this!!!!

    Thanks for the laugh!

  15. I’ve never been more turned on in my life. And by “turned on” I clearly mean “freaked out”!

    How did we ever survive before YouTube?

  16. The exiting cartwheel routine was amazing…They sounded like the Andrews sisters!

    Very cool video!

    Bradley
    The Egel Nest

  17. I just found your blog today and I’m in bigtime BLOGLOVE!
    I want to know who was the doctor that did the spine-removal surgery on those ladies? My daughter was a dancer for 13 years and when we saw moves like that we would say “damn, that girls got NO BONES!”

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