She hopes it pays, but that's never really been a deal breaker before. Mrs. G. could even one up Amy by simultaneously serving up polish sausage samples and such, maybe without pants. Costco, call her.
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Excellent proof that music lyrics make absolutely no sense without the music!
This is GREAT!!!
Oh man, this is painful for me :(
as a person who has been approached by the crazies many times. I will now think they all work on the Ellen show...
I saw that yesterday - hilarious!
Giggling away here... I wan I wan a Zig Zig AHHHHH! Love the old guy at the end! I'm with Meredith, I think I have a beacon on my forehead that attracts the loonies! Over the weekend a woman looked at me and said conspiratorily "WIGS just don't do it".To the best of my knowledge neither of us was wearing one so...what was THAT about?! Now I will just assume she worked for Ellen! Thanks Mrs.G for the chuckle!
Mere, I agree. From now on when the crazies approach us we'll just ask where the cameras are and tell them to say hi to Ellen for us. Mustang Sally, I too found it painful. Life is too full of real crazies without having some celebrity sic pretend crazies on us in Costco. Tasteless.
I find it hard these days to distinguish the crazies from the people talking on their Bluetooths.
Love the old man at the end. What a sweetheart of a dirty old man !! It almost backfired when she hugged him. This may help next time I'm approached by a weird one!!
LOL....What Aunt Snow said!!!
Mustang Sally---I share your pain. these segments on Ellen always make me so uncomfortable.
Maybe I watch Ellen too much, but I think these are hilarious. I think we all need a little silliness in our lives. Her best all time video is the Dennis Quaid video, think he goes to Starbucks. Very funny.
I'm with Anut Snow. Bluetooth drives me crazy. Mrs. G, I think you'd be great at this! (Not that I think you're crazy.....)
i absolutely adore Ellen..and Martha? i'm with you on the Dennis Quaid video...i think i might have almost peed watching that one!!!!this one made me laugh out loud so much that my mom (in the other room) wondered what it was that i was watching that would make me laugh so much!!funny stuff, that ellen has!!!
LOVE it! Around here we often insert song lyrics into conversations. They usually aren't quite so random, though. For example, dh will say, "Should I change before we go out?" To which I'll sing or say, "Don't go changing to try and please me; you never let me down before." The kids even get in on the game. My 18yods is especially good at it.
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