Wednesday, October 15, 2008

One Toke Over the Line -- on Lawrence Welk???

This isn't political; it's just weird:

My first impulse was to dismiss it as nothing more than a cleverly-devised spoof, a modern satire of the Welk Show, but on further review, I'm afraid that it's all true. Watch it and see.

And be sure to catch Lawrence "Ah-one-anna-two" Welk himself at the end thanking Gale and Dale for their rendition of "a modern spiritual"...


Anonymous said...

You evil bastard!
I am gonna have nightmares for months!

My grandparents made us watch that show! and a 1... Thank you Boby and sisy...... ACK!


Farnsworth68 said...

I know. I feel bad. This is wrong in so many ways.
-- The F Man

jae said...

Although Toke is often used as a description of a 'puff off a marijuana cigarette' it is also used to describe a tip given to a card dealer.


Thanks, Google.

Farnsworth68 said...

While this is true, I think it's a bit of a stretch to consider this definition, in context, as the correct one for the song.