He is his own round of applause.
Via The Awesomer
This makes me crave a massage for some reason.
Back in the day, one of my college roommates was always trying to make up games. (moment for an eyeroll) One of her games was to clap the tune of a song and try to get the rest of us to guess it. It was not a very fun game, every single song, when clapped, sounds like Jingle Bells. Although I do believe this guy could maybe make the game more exciting.
That sounds like things my cousin and I would do when we were stuck at my grandmas. There was also playing card toss, where we’d try to toss playing cards into a cool whip bowl, rolling the ball down the hall (self-explanitory), and laying around and randomly hitting each other once in a while. Ah, youth!
I sat here for a solid minute picturing the card toss game’s goal as being to spike a card so it stood up vertically. A solid minute before I realized there was probably no cool whip in the bowl.
That was very stressful. I am a very bad clapper. There’s a Sufjan song, “Tallest Man, Broadest Shoulders,” that has a pretty basic clap. It took me months to actually get it. I am not lying about that. There’s an Anathallo song that I still can’t get correct.
Anyway, here is a song that isn’t stressful and has handclaps, so kind of relates to this? Really, I’ve just listened to this about 7 times already and just want everyone to be as happy as I am. https://soundcloud.com/chancetherapper/everyday-wonderful-arthur
Someone actually took the time to comment “i want some ass” on that song. I hope it wasn’t you.
I kinda hope it was….
Too bad he can’t hold up that sheet of paper. I guess his hands only work as flat objects. He looks really confused when it falls.
I feel like I focused on the wrong thing here.
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