Thursday, February 28, 2013

A feel-good video for a great day!

At 2:41" on the video  this guy is worth waiting for, believe me.
A lot of you have probably seen this inspired Call Me Maybe video parody, but I'm posting it here for the uninitiated. First, I  love Carly Rae Jepsen's song, Call Me Maybe. It's not a song for the ages, and it's not horse-oriented, but it makes me happy -- and that makes me think of my horses, and all the joy they bring.  The song, and these amazing military guys,  remind me that...
  1.  The world is alive with possibility.
  2. Lighten up!  If these men can make their own fun where they are, we should take their cue.
  3. Guys can dance in women's scarves and still be pretty hot (see screen shot, right).
I've had my fill of winter, and cold, and negative energy around me. It's time to laugh.  

Show the video, already!
The full video, which I recommend, can be viewed only on youtube (embedding does not work) --  go watch it on Youtube. After that you may be interested in seeing a side by side of both the original Miami Dolphins Cheerleader version and the military parody -- view that video here.


  1. OH MY GOD, I absolutely love this!!! They are too freaking adorable! Never mind Mr. 2:41 guy, I'm in love after 30 seconds. :-) (Which is all I've watched so far, I just had to come back here and comment) I've always liked the song, too.

    Thank you so much for the badly-needed humor and optimism. Really appreciated. :-) *heads off to laugh and drool some more*

  2. I haven't seen the original video, but I'm guessing THEY have watched it countless times! That was really impressive. I can't believe that some of them can imitate women that well. The mop pom-poms were a nice touch, too. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I swear those soldier boys dance better than the cheerleaders. Super cute, thanks so much for posting! :D

  4. This made my day, Stacey! Thank you! I needed it, I've had a rough winter, too.


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