Also if you like what you just saw and want to hear more, stream Guadalajara Joe’s new album (‘or more like a group of songs’), “Children of the Corn Dogs” here at bandcamp for the low, low price of zero dollars.
(This week is GJ’s birthday, so if you’d like to kick him a few bucks, that’s cool too!)
I think we can all use some more laughing, singing, shrooms, and nuts dancing in capri pants and aquasocks in our lives right about now!
Let’s begin with a music video some friends made for a rap project called Food Raps – they rap about food. This may not be appropriate for the very young or the very sensitive: South of the Border
Featuring Chad Galactic, Vitamin D (Dave Brogan of ALO), and animated by Josh Clark (Tea Leaf Green) – there’s a whole lotta WTF goin on there. I hope their next food rap is about nuts, because that’s what they are. An entire CD filled with food raps may be found here. Moving on to vintage WTFery, here’s a quarterback bunny, with holes cut in the helmet for his ears.
Another totally normal Easter-inspired figurine.
A very old jewelry box with a cocker spaniel who appears to be stripping? A mink stole?
Last but not least, a pair of cats in a blanket. Watching you, always watching you.
As with all wtf wednesdays, there are no answers, only questions leading to more questions.
For more vintage wtf wonders (for sale), click here: vintage wtf
Basically in the 1830s, her island was invaded by Russian fur trappers, and then soon evacuated by missionaries from Santa Barbara, but she somehow missed the boat. She survived on San Nicolas Island alone for 20 years, in a hut made of whale bones, until she was found and brought over to Santa Barbara in 1853, where she smiled and and sang songs and was very happy, by all accounts.
High Sierra Music Festival jammed on this past weekend in California. I was not there, but a slew of Skippy Haha Vintage shirts made the trip. Behold members of ALO and Tea Leaf Green happily sporting SHV torso shields on stage.
(L to R) Josh Clark in Lynyrd Skynyrd t-shirt, Bo Carper in vintage western, Trevor Garrod in embroidered 70’s western, Steve Adams in Hot Tub t-shirt, and Dan Lebowitz in picnic gingham button down. Viva rock! Festivaaaaaaal!
i think photo calendars are a FUNctional and often hilarious present. i like them. dogs like them too!
big thanks to betsylife for sharing a yearful of puppy pics! starring adorable black lab puppy olive, and her big sister tally. nacho approves. pouncey approves too.
the dachshund i think is named boozer. i have no real life experience with dachshunds (weiner dogs), though i know that one of them bit kevin in the nose when he was a little kid. so now i think they’re pretty funny and awesome. check out betsylife for more puppy pictures, great recipes, and moooooore!
*ps – dogs were enticed into kissing olive through the magic of coconut oil.