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Rebecca
Sunday 22nd July, 2007 22:31 Comments: 0
I've been watching old episodes of South Park, and I stumbled across "Hooked on Monkey Phonics" (season 3, episode 13), which I don't remember watching the first time around. It's not the best episode I've seen, but it's got one of the catchiest songs I've ever heard on South Park, when Kyle is trying to serenade Rebecca:

Everywhere I go, I'm thinking of you, Rebecca.
I don't know what to do, Rebecca.
You're so nice, I'd like to get to know you better.
So what do you say we get together?
You really are quite good-looking, Rebecca!
You really are quite good-looking, Rebecca!
Rebecca, you're really quite good-looking!
You're a fox.


You probably have to hear it to understand why it's so good. Go listen to it now. On YouTube.

Also, this episode starts off with a spelling bee, and recently I've been thinking about how poor my spelling is getting. I'm having to rely upon the spellchecker and/or Google to make sure I'm spelling certain words correctly, words that never used to cause me problems. Like serenade.
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