Tuesday, January 30, 2007


I was driving down the street one evening, coming home from *cough* cafe rio and found myself waiting to turn left next to this car that be bumping. I could hear little but the thump of the vibrations from this vehicle in which an apparently very cool guy was bobbing his head to the vibrations that I assumed were accompanied by very clever lyrics including all kinds of intellegent* references to woman. I'm just guessing here, but I'm pretty sure.

His hat, was backwards. His seat, as far back as they go. His posture, slouched. His hand, every so coolly hanging on the steering wheel. It was at this moment that there was a break in the music and as the next song began, he rolled down his windows in the freezing temperatures, cranked up the music, and really began to groove.

At this point, I could actually make out the music of a song that I surprisingly knew.

What was it you may ask? Well, I shall tell you.

Ace of Base's Oh There She Walks.

I love people.

And when my cat falls in the toilet like she did last night.

*What do I hate? When I misspell words like intelligent. That's just depressing on many levels.


christina said...

umm, Sarah...i am a little confused. I (being the sole owner of the ace of base album in the family, gifted to me by you on cassette tape in 90-something)don't recall a song by that name. Did you perhaps mean "All That She Wants", as in 'is another baby'?

I love you. :)

Sarita said...

HA! I love you as well. This only adds to the hilarity of the moment. Seriously, never knew that those where the actual words.

And for the cassette tape....you're welcome little sister.

Britten said...

Don't you love it when people surprise you like that?

Ace of Base's accent makes it hard to tell what they are singing in all of their songs...but they sure are groovy!

I already love your cat...

Mikie said...

That's awesome-- the image you created followed by the revelation of ACE OF BASE. So great. Making it even better that you didn't know the actual words. I didn't think they had that much of an accent...