I’m being very quiet right now because I have (shock) a ton of stuff happening at once, not the least of which involves some medical/hormonal garbage that is leaving me exhausted to the Nth, grumpy, and sad and making me just not so fun to be around right now.  (Nothing wrong with me worth worrying about, no panicking.  Just some protocol that I have to go through for a couple of weeks.)

But when I saw this, it made me smile, and I had to share it.

For Laura and anyone else with our shared NPH obsession.

SNL Digital short

About dyskinesia

Woman, mother, human being, grammarian. I have Attention Deficit Disorder. My child has Asperger syndrome. Philosophy, laughter, therapy, living. Life after divorce.
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5 Responses to Static

  1. Taoist Biker says:

    Sadly, I didn’t recognize the tune immediately…although fairly soon it was easy to deduce.

    But aw, the tear!

    Heh. NPH kills me.

  2. Kim says:

    I saw this when it aired on SNL and I will have to be honest here – it took me almost the ENTIRE song to get what it was. Not very bright sometimes.

    I can sympathize on the hormone crap. Yesterday I hated Brian for a few minutes, but luckily I got over it before he noticed. Today I hate my job and wish I could walk out right now. Ah, womanhood.

  3. Laura says:

    Calvin didn’t recognize it, either (I got it right away because I was a FANGIRL), and could NOT understand why I was laughing until I tee-tee’d a little.

    Hmm. Dys and TB are posting about being grouchy at the same time… audience, is there a correlation?

  4. I saw that either last week…or the week before. What a riot…and I “did” get it…

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