It is marked private, and won't let me view it. :-( It has got to be funny, I just know it.
I can't view the video either. But I also have one word of advice: Don't blog when you're on Ambien!
Don't post when you are drunk cause the video wont work either :P
Nope, Have you been drinking? LOL!
And, what does lafter mean? Must have something to do with drinking? LOL You are too funny.
Hope the headache subsides, ya poor thing! xxx
hope you feel better, but I can't see the video :( :D-B-
Take 2 aspirin and post me in the morning :-)
LOL! I just made it public. This is soooooo incredibly silly!
Ha ha! Fantastic..I love it! I've blogged drunk before....dangerous business. http://relishreads.blogspot.com/2011/02/i-love-french.html
Poor lil' green bear!
LOL! I know it ;) I don't know why I threw it in the first place *giggles*
I don't know why you threw your book. lol You two are so funny. Air punctuation is the best, espcially when you have been drinking. giggles. Don't know if I would nec recommend it to guys trying to attract girl. I knew I should have come over and babysat you tow knuckle heads.
hahahaha...."Air grammer" Move over Zumba! Too funny!
LOL! this is soo funny :D:D
OKOKOK I hang my head in shame cause I am a Lead Air Grammer Dude :-) Anyhow ! All I have to say is ....Drink well, love unrecklessly and live vicariously (how about that $10,000.00 word punctuated with an double air explamation point)
Today I learned to things. There is such a thing as air grammer (who would have thought) and Do not blog when drunk. What was in the cups, moonshine? LOL! Wonder if you happen to know that it is a religious holiday week-end over here...They call it Pinse, I have no idea what it is called in the states, but it has to do with easter (yes, again)...Funny post, hope you make one of these again soon....Loved Bootsie :)
3:20-3:40 is my favorite part :). You two are crazy!
Dying laughing - too freaking funny! My time with girlfriends does not usually include drunkness, but does include a lot of similar conversations and giggles. So.much.fun!Feel better!
Once again...you've grossly misinterpreted something...the art of Pung Choo is more of a state of mind than a frivolous joke. Although I find your views silly at times..I do understand you found yourself as a drunken soul in this particular instance. I chuckled aloud when you spoke of literacy and public schools, laughed even harder as Bootsie slid from the sofa and you then promoted your book.It took gall to put this up for viewers such as myself to see but maybe the beer gave you courage. If that is the case, then I am glad in either instance. I got a big chuckle even if your views are extremely silly at times. For more information on Pung Chu please visit the following link. http://thehenrybrothers.wordpress.com/2011/03/04/the-ancient-art-of-pung-chu/
I love how no one has mentioned the fact that it is "air punctuation" and not "air grammar." I'm not sure if you are making fun of my innovative communication style or what but (dot, dot, dot) I think I'm the winner here. Sincerly, Tom aka Mot
LOL! We had such a blast :0)Mot, Please view the beginning of: http://ecwrites.blogspot.com/2011/06/scribe-and-fallout-part-1.html?spref=fb
There I sat in the late afternoon perfecting my pung choo when suddenly I felt like getting on the computer. I typed in three words: dont' blog drunk. This link showed up. imagine my surprise when I heard my own name on the video. I don't know who the other Mot is but I think I may be the real one. I can't place you're face but it seems like we've met in a galaxy far, far away. I saw the video and you have brought me great honour. Your pung choo is strong. I still don't know what in the hell frame 1:37 is. I'm thinking to myself, maybe brackets? Regardless, your kung choo is strong and I am honoured to be mentioned in your video. Please don't regret this film. It is pure art which gives glory the the kung choo of Eastern society (not the Western one like the mcDojo above mentioned link)
What the hell is air punctuation?
Alicia,LOL! It's when people use their hands as punctuation, like quotes and things. Some people (well one person I met) used it for everything while he talked. I guess it's called Pung Choo?-Elisa