I've always had my doubts about Bert's intentions. Maybe it was the turtleneck sweater that he wore. Or his unconfirmed "relationship" with Ernie.Questions to ponder as my own kids consider where to place Sesame Street in their own memories.
My sisters and I once gave our younger, sarcastic aunt a tongue lashing for insinuating Ernie and Bert were gay, in front of impressionable young relatives.However, between us? No question. Let the kids figure that on their own.Here via Michele today.
Florencem I can imagine you 'doing the Pigeon! That is a hat and a half!
Hi Carmi, Bert's a real dag (as we would say.) Ernie and Bert are the muppet equivalent of the Odd Couple. Muppets is as Muppets does.Cortney, Thanks for the visit. I think you where right to lash your Aunt. I think however that's its only a 'grown up' way of thinking that insinuates any further into Bert and Ernie's relationship. I know I always looked forward to seeing Bert's consternation at Ernie's antics and I still do.
Jeun-Luc, I can sing the song too!
When is the next occasion!?! Give me a couple of days as I come all the way from Norway and I love to have a good reason for visiting Australia again!Have a great end to your week:-)
Very funky clip...and Bert is stylin' with that hat!Michele sent me...
Hi, just popped by from Michele's.
Renny, Thanks for dropping by. Who need and excuse to come to the land of OZ? Maybe next holiday time:)Knids, Bert's hat IS stylin', love the feather in his cap too :DPaste, pop ins always welcome.
Hahahaha.Happy Saturday morning- mine is after seeing that!Hello from Michele.
my 3-yr old daughter + i enjoyed that very much.nice to meet you!i'll be checking your clever blog now
Chrysalis, glad to have brighten your day!Modmom, thanks for coming to see me:D I'm glad you and your daughter enjoyed Bert's song and dance as much as I do. I'll be checkin' into Modmom's too;)
i'm glad Bert really broke out and decided to branch out from the whole Bert/Ernie thing
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