Sunday, August 23, 2009

What could possibly be more cute than...

... TV newscasters during a commercial break?

12 comments:

that dude said...

AWWWWWWW!

So cute! I love seeing how people fight for their humanity at work.

Must Love Movies said...

i wonder how funny you though this was. like i mean what did it remind you of?

Undercover Black Man said...

^ Remind me of? It didn't remind me of anything in particular. I just thought it was very sweet.

Geneva Girl said...

I wonder how long they've been on air together to have worked up such a routine. How nice it must be to have a coworker with whom you can be downright silly. I guess after reporting on mayhem that performing their routine is a good way to blow off steam.

That started out my Monday nicely. Thanks!

quirkychick said...

AWESOME!

I love seeing growns ups play and it totally reminded me of the elaborate secret handshakes my friends and I made up. Good for them to remember all those moves.

quirkychick said...

AWESOME - love seeing grown ups play with the fun that kids have. Good one them to remember all those moves AND get them all in.

GDAWG said...

This reminded me of my younger years while in the military and the dap brothers would do when we greeted one another or departed. It drove white folks crazy. But we did it anyway becuase it signified who we were and what we were about. UNITY! I recall that when I first arrived to my unit, I was frightened to death worried that I could never master dapping. But I did. And loved it.

lawegohard said...

^@GDAWG I love this story.

bklyn6 said...

Niiiice! :thumbsup:

GDAWG said...

Yeah. What was so interesting about dapping was that everybody (Brothers) did it. But not the borthers who were commissioned officers. Also some of the NCOs did not do it. But I did.
Then there was the short time dap if you were in hurry. And the regular dap. AND YOU HAD TO DAP EVERYTIME AND EVERYONE! No matter where for the most part unless the Genral was in the AO.

GDAWG said...

Just so that I am clear, dapping among the bothers, was started, I believe during the Vietnam conflict. Again, this was during the Civil Rights era, with all of the BS going on in the US at the time. And this, dapping, was one way to show your solidarity there in the jungles of southeast asia, and on the home front. I would be curious to know if the brothers today (IRAQ and Afghanistan) in the military engaged in such greetings. Or if the brothers during the Korean and WWII engaged also.

Ill said...

AWWWWWWW! "

So cute! I love seeing how people fight for their humanity at work."

WOW That Dude!! I couldn't have said it better! Exacto!
There is some genius in there somewhere. After being in a mexican jail and meeting ppl that actually wanted me dead...this helps restore my faith in humanity. :)