How many strange and weird nails have you started in your coffins.
Must be the fowl water.
Poor guy—he’s all washed up and the bird is mocking him.
Rocking out to the warm, wafting stylings of the recorder man!
Cleanliness is next to goofyness.
Laundry music was his one egret.
The rhythm section can really beat the skins.
I hate it when the tap-tap-tapping as of some waterfowl gently rapping drowns out my nice, clean recorder! And it’s off-beat, too….
Where’s the key to leave this room, because this guy’s instrument is way off key..
…at least it was a unique rendition of Freebird…
…i saw a YouTube video recently where the washing machine was used to play rhythm so this isn’t very far off…
…video killed the radio star…
… Kung Fu the grasshoppers…
…more musical talent than the Sex Pistols…
…I love it when Terry gets overly animated about things…
…take that Sally Forth…
Rinse cycle may be recorded for quality assurance.
Says the snowy egret: Is ‘Fool on the Hill’ the only tune you know? Geez! Let me out, let me OUT!
No words (no words)
The rare Woodpecker Crane, a washer with a knock in it and your uncle Phil on the recorder. WOW… it… just… doesn’t… get… better… than… this… !!!!
When you can’t afford a metronome, you make do.
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The ibis was dry in recorder time – He used the frequently used wood blown cycle.
He called himself the Speed Queen, though was mostly known as the bane of the laundromat. Bill the blue heron was probably his only fan.
STONED WASHER JEANS FOR THE TEN MINUTE CYCLE.