So it is actually Tuesday in Australia, but it’s still Monday in plenty of parts of the world, so this counts as a Monday post! (I’ve been trying to get a paper written that is due Wednesday, so my brain has been a bit of a schemozzle this week). I’m rushing this post a bit because I’m at work and should probably be doing more constructive things. I don’t think I’ve posted the Oscar Winning Movie Trailer on MMM before, despite it being one of my favourite YouTube videos. And Edy pointed out that The Title of the Song would go rather nicely with that, but you also get the bonus The Song That Goes Like This from Monty Python’s Spamalot because I am quite fond of that show. But it’s a bootleg, hence it being the bonus.
The linky for Mirth and Music Monday is here. Feel free to join in!
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Hi Emily, How are you? Sorry I’ve bee away so long – various things have kept me away from blogging for a little while…. Hope you’ve been well.
This is a great post to come back to though – that movie trailer video is genius, and just so true. Made me laugh out loud 🙂
Taking a peek at your goodreads shelf, I’m also currently a Terry Pratchett (Snuff) – the man is a genius. Are you enjoying The Fifth Elephant? I haven’t read that one yet. I’m making my way (slowly) through the whole cannon.
Hi Celine, good to ‘see’ you again! I’m going pretty well, despite a new Masters degree and trying to rehearse for a musical as well! (Free time? What’s that?)
I am enjoying it, though as a book I own, I admit it has got put aside in favour of the bevy of library books I’ve been getting out. I made a new GoodReads shelf for books I know my library has, so I’m trying to work through my To Read list that way. So far so good!
A musical – wow! That’s cool. Which musical is it? I have so much admiration for people who can sing and perform, I’m totally useless but I do love watching musicals.
It’s My Fair Lady, so some really fun chorus numbers! I don’t know what it is, since usually I’m shy and retiring, but when it comes to the theatre, I am rather fond of the spotlight.