Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Ya'all Come Back Now, Ya Hear?

Okay. I'm intrigued. Sunday I wrote about the Hagar brothers (see My First Boyfriend Is Gone) figuring that, like Cat, most people would think I made them up, since who in their right mind would watch (or admit to watching) Hee Haw?

(I apologize right now to my grandmother, who even though she has no internet, does have a recipe for 'squirrel n' dumplins', and can probably sense with her grandma spidey powers that I am being disrespectful to Roy Clark .) (Cat, you can google him too :)


Turns out I was right that no one will admit to it, as I received only one comment expressing sensible confusion, BUT I logged 62 new visitors in twenty-four hours?! There are sixty-two other Hagar twin fans out there! (none of whom are my sister,who refuses to compromise her hipness by going there).

Ohio and Kentucky appear to be prime Hagar land, which is good to know if I ever want to set up a Hagar twin bobble-head booth somewhere.

So what's with the shyness Hagar people? Stand up and be counted! At least say hi....I'm a little lonely. This about sums it up:

Where, oh where, are you tonight?

Why did you leave me here all alone?

I searched the world over and I thought I'd found true love.

But you met another and PTHHP! you was gone.

I hear you singing, Delaware and Tennessee....

4 comments:

Cat said...

I shall hop to immediately to google Roy. Or was it Dick? Rick? Must re-read.

It's always nice to know you're not alone, even in the dorky things. Maybe especially then!

Pearl said...

I can sing along with that song, Vic.

Remember The Tennessee Bird Walk?
:-)

Pearl

Vic said...

Hi guys!
Cat,
I'm expecting your dissertation on Roy Clark as soon as possible. (sorry, force of habit :))

Pearl,
Tennessee Bird Walk was number two on grandma's hit parade!!! (Number one was "16 Tons"....and whaddya get? Another day over (older? never could tell) and deeper in debt.
Hmmm. Still relevant today!

Mary Moss said...

Too funny! I used to watch too at my uncles house - that and Lawrence Welk. Go figure!