Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Jenny's Phone Number For Sale- -And A Chance to Share Your Secrets To Help Out A Mom With Cancer

Okay, this doesn't have a damn thing to do with motherhood, but the song itself, well, let's say it takes this mother back in time, to good times.. heh. I even have it labeled under My "Weirder than I" topics.

Even though it is quite ridiculous and shows that anyone will do anything for a buck, it is kinda "cool" when you think about it.

A disc jockey has the most popular phone number in music history, and he has it up for sale. Catch the video. (yes, I know, you won't be able to get the song out of your head all day)...."I got it, I got it, I go-o-o-t it, for a good time, for a good time call........" Enjoy!

Due to chemo, I still have a girl's lunch "in", about once every two weeks, but I know my "friends" aren't sharing the gossip with like they used to. They think cancer is so serious. heh... (Yes, I know you are reading, and I'm on to you!)

Here's where you, the readers, can help me:

Tell me how many of you really loved this song "way back in the day". Does it bring back any memories for you?
If you didn't love this song, what song, when you hear it now, sends you back to "that special time". Do you have "a special song" on your iPod?

Here's your chance to spill some juicy stories from your past and share some secrets.. humor me, please.
It can be anonymous, I'd prefer it that way, actually.

Think of it as a "cleansing of the soul" - blog-style, while doing a favor for a "sister" who is running out of romance novels.

I can't wait to see the feedback, and I thank you in advance!

video courtesy: CNN


imjacobsmom said...

oh yeah, I've got it, I've got it ....running through my head......I remember that song well. It was on the top ten during my college years. I was into the bands Def Leppard, Rush, Scorpions, Van Halen and such- even Hank Williams, Jr. I remember attending concerts that were reasonably priced and waiting for the next album to come out. Yep, I said album. Me and my friends danced every chance we could get. I grew up in a smaller city with a few bars and ballrooms and we danced every Friday and Saturday night. We were so thin - yet we thought we were fat! The sad part was- that we could dance on the dance floor - leave our purses and jackets, and drinks at the table and no one would touch them. They would be sitting there where you left them. You couldn't do that today. Same thing at the beach or granite quarries where we used to swim - your keys, money, clothes, purses could sit on your towel untouched. I sound like an old person - but those were the days.

SpoiledMom said...


YES! Sounds like the auto-biography of my life, but yours. LOL

Oh to go back to those days. I would some and I would erase a few. We didn't have a beach, but had rock quarries and "sand bars" on the river. Also a place lovinginly called "the powerlines" a huge dusty area underneath a mass of huge power supply lines and poles. (A few nights we swore we saw green glowing "things" in the sky there) heh..
Oh yes, to "think" we were fat when we were on the brink of anorexia and did not even know it exisited.
Breakfast, if at all, was a snickers and a dr. pepper that we grabbed out of the gym vending machines during our rush to second period. The schools would stroke out today if they even thought about stocking snickers, much less dr. pepper.
I loved the song and thought of many memories the day I posted the post. Thank you for bringing more memories back to me. I may just go call my best girlfriend from kindergarten, with whom I am sill close and speak to several times a week. She is the "sister" I never had. (and had better die with all the stories we could share regarding ech other...LOL)
thanks for visiting

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