Monday, October 20, 2008

Unattached Shame at the Flea Market (it´s just like a Mini Mall)

Remember how I once wrote about unattached shame? (vergüenza ajena)

If you didn´t really grasp it then, watch this video and you will feel what I´m talking about:




Found on Larry´s blog over at Aquanaut Drinks Coffee.


I´ve got the Monday blues.


-Bluestreak

12 comments:

mongoliangirl said...

I just read the post on 'unattached shame'. Is there something wrong with me? I feel shame for 'the ugly American' right here at home sometimes. And then I remember being in so many other countries and being told by a local...'Just ignore that person. Not all of us act like that.' Maybe every country just has their village idiot?

Rassles said...

Whatever. I fucking LOVE that commercial. There is no shame in being shameless.

Dirty Pirate Hooker said...

I have the Monday blues too...

among found objects said...

Hoping its not the straight through sunday blues. Jersey was filled these commercials when I was growing up. This one though was definitly a good one.. Try the cookie puss... http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5816009322068037642

Rachel said...

nice!!!

Maggie, Dammit said...

I'm not gonna be able to get that catchy little ditty out of my head now.

And.... he was even being serious. Wow.

A Free Man said...

Oh. My.

Immoral Matriarch said...

LMAO. LMAO.

Don't have blues!

Bluestreak said...

mongoliangirl - I´m sure every country does.

Rassles - I love it too. I love shamelessness.

DPH - now I have the Tuesday blues too. This week is looooooong.

Among found objects - that one is REALLY bad.

Rachel - I knew you´d like it.

Maggie, dammit - I know, I´ve had the song in my head for two days. Must. Get. Out.

A free man - Awful, hu?

Immoral - thanks, the weather here is bringing me down.

Elaine said...
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Yo Momma said...

oh jeesh, I had all sorts of unattached shame when I went on my cruise this weekend. Drunk people...old drunk people..singing karaoke...and then crying on the dance floor = a whole lotta unattached shame.

Casey said...

I had a boyfriend once who subjected me to "unattached shame" on a regular basis. It's comforting to see a definition of it that dreadful feeling...

And I also have a friend who subjects me to it...whenever we are out she declares how awesome we are so that she can impress any guys that happen to be within earshot...I want to be small in those moments.

But seriously, thank you for the laugh, hahahaha!