Wednesday, February 20, 2008

And Now It's Time For Another Thought Provoking Edition Of Stevie Wonders!

Today Stevie Wonders if he should reveal the whole truth about what really inspired him to write his hit song 'Boogie On Reggae Woman' to the probing VH1 Behind The Music interviewer.

See, Stevie was jamming at an outdoor Bob Marley concert when he could no longer ignore the chunk of dried mucous obstructing his nasal passage. With expert Ninja nose-picking skills he covertly dug around with his thumbnail and removed the hideous green chunk before absent-mindedly flicking it into the crowd. Unfortunately, the offensive booger landed on the dread-locked lady in front of him swaying side-to-side in her rainbow tie-dyed dress.

The guilt was tremendous.........so he penned the lyrics to 'Boogie On Reggae Woman' to assuage his own nagging conscience even though harmonica players could die if they aren't able to breathe properly through their noses. That's right. DIE. In essence Stevie Wonders saved his own life with his heroic boogie retrieval and the world gained some great music at the same time. Win, win.
*Click Here For Graphic Photos Of Boogies On Reggae Women. It's Got The humor-blogs.com Seal Of Approval*

22 comments:

Melissa said...

Okay... that's just gross. Love the label "Harmonica Has the Word HARM In It" :)

glittersmama said...

HOW do you come up with this stuff?

Stacey said...

Eww,boogies.

wynne said...

Oooh...I LOVE to BOOGIE!

Elizabeth-W said...

PickNFlick!

Bee said...

Listen up!
I do not DO NOT like the chest baring pictures of David Hasslebackhoff that you popped on Humor-Blogs, located on your side bar!
If you're not into chest baring, I can't believe you posted a picture of you and Huey hugging on Humor-Blogs, located on your side bar!

♫♪I just called to say I love you! ♫♪

Rebecca said...

I can handle pee, poo and barf somewhat. Unless the barf is from my dog.

Boogies make me want to upchuck every time I hear about them...or see them. I can blow my own nose, but anyone else's makes me heave.

Thanks for the appetite suppressant! *gag*

aubrey said...

gross.

Jean Knee said...

I 'wonder' how you know so much about Stevie?




i crack myself up, I swear

No Cool Story said...

No, I believe it's like this: The Infidel is a win, the Infidel reader are a win.
Win, win.

jams o donnell said...

Haha, but I have a horrible thought now about the origins of other songs. Some I cannot share in polite company. I imagine though that teh Commodores song Sail on was inspired by that time when Lionel Titchie dropped his yacht on a poor unsuspecting fan...

jams o donnell said...

Titchie? err I meant Ritchie of course... or did I?

Nancy Face said...

I love stories about boogers...especially the ones on those Reggae women!

Nancy Face said...

Stevie Wonders how you knew the truth about this...

Annie said...

Your next song to decipher is "Boogie Wonderland" by Earth, Wind and Fire.

"I find romance when I start to dance in Boogie Wonderland."

Millie said...

"heroic boogie retrievals" is the phrase of the day. Says I.

Now let's hear Stevie Nicks' take on "Gold Dust Woman."

Lisa said...

This just reminds me of my sister's bumper sticker when she was a teen. If you can read this, I will flick a booger on you. Or something like that. Whatever it was she was going to do it. Just watch out!

VE said...

Really? I always thought the song was "Boogers on a rag for women".

It's Just me! said...

I love your blog! Thanks for the clarification on that whole Stevie Wonder thing! You make me laugh!

shay said...

ew!!! lol. That's just nasty. (to quote my 4 year old)

elasticwaistbandlady said...

I've been a bad, bad blog Infidel this week. I worked two days straight in the rain and I'm tired.

I'll make the comment rounds this weekend! :)

b. said...

I don't think you should apologize. I admire your work ethic.

Speaking of work, as you know, I've worked the Pediatric unit for 20+ yrs, right? I can handle the poop and pee and blood, no problem. But when I hear the suction noise of a catheter sucking out snot and chunks?? It gets me EVERY. TIME.
We have devices called the bulb syringe, which is the one that every new mom takes home after giving birth, right? Then we have have one that hooks up to suction that's called a BBG (baby booger getter/grabber)I kid you not.