Thursday, October 30, 2008

Raccoon and the miner, part deux


The long-awaited sequel.

Quick poll: am I the only one who can understand what he's saying? I feel like he has a whole story to tell, and sometimes I understand him completely, and sometimes, eh, not so much. This one, I think I got most of it.

And of course, what better way to end a saga than by eating some unidentified piece of lint off of your pants. I hear that's how all the greats did it. Tennyson, Faulkner, Shakespeare. Gotta distract the audience from the fact that there's no real end to your tale....

7 Comments:

At 10:08 AM, Blogger em said...

oh, i am DYING laughing...

i understand about every other sentence, i think. but still, very good entertainment. and what a masterful ending!

 
At 4:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

where did he get this story?? Is it a rockycito original? it was good that the raccoon got out!

 
At 6:32 PM, Blogger alan said...

that was unbelievable! we were dying laughing. we especially liked the ending...ew! oh, by the way, the speech therapist says yes, she can understand him, too. can't wait to see him next summer!

 
At 11:09 PM, Blogger clairesd said...

"and he banged SO loud. ddddduugghddddd..."
that was my favorite part. yes, i can totally understand him, except for a few words because of the recording, probably. it's very clear. and VERY expressive. love the finale, of course.

 
At 2:15 PM, Anonymous corrie said...

i've watched several times now. very entertaining. you gotta get INTO the story, ya know. down with boring monotonous story telling. great stuff!

 
At 4:42 PM, Blogger Josh said...

I am also curious if this is a p-rock original production or if it is adapted from a story he heard.

It is absolutely hilarious!

I can understand most of it, but not every word.

 
At 11:26 PM, Blogger p-roc's mom said...

Sorry, didn't respond to the questions. It's not completely a rockycito original. His dad made up the original story, which, i am told, did indeed include raccoons and gnomes, and then pedrito felt free to improvise... :)

 

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