Sunday, August 20, 2006

The Easter Bunny Hates You

"You know what the Easter Bunny is doing the other 364 days of the year?"

I saw this and just fell out laughing. Clearly, I have a screw or two loose. YouTube will be the cause of my demise.

I particularly like seeing the Easter Bunny wrestling some guy he has in a headlock in Times Square.

The Easter Bunny on

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  1. Dang, my sense of humor is more warped than I thought :-) I laughed through the whole thing too.

    You have a great blog. I was in Korea about 11 years ago and had a positive time. It seems that anywhere I've lived I've met people from Korea that have become friends.

    I'm sure you see things from a much different perspective after having lived there for awhile.

  2. Thanks so much for your comment and positive feedback! Also, thanks for visting my blog. I took the time to visit yours too, and it looks nice. I'll have to stop by and make some time to read it.

    I've been here for half a decade at this point. I never thought I'd stay here this long. The benefit of long paid vacations and travel I found too hard to shake ;-)

    You're right that I've learned a lot. The funny thing is while, of course, I've learned a lot about Korean culture, I've learned much more about myself. I've learned that I didn't know as much as I thought I knew, and I've learned that I still have a lot more to master. Mostly, I've learned to keep my yap shut more (friends might disagree) and try to be more patient.

    Again, thanks for stopping by and posting a comment. I love comments!

  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog as well!

    I'm originally from California (southern and northern) too. And have just moved back here after living in Australia for nine years, so I can relate to what it's like living in another culture for a long time. Though I didn't have to learn another language in Australia, I found that the culture there was radically different.

    I think it's a great experience for people, but maybe especially Americans, to live in another country for awhile.

    Anyhow, I've been a regular reader of your blog for the last week or two, so it was about time I commented!


Hey there! Thanks for visiting my blog. It's my first blog, and I'm glad folks are still stopping by even though I'm no longer living in South Korea. Feel free to comment. If you want a personal answer, leave your email, and I won't publish the comment. Nasty comments and spam links will not be tolerated.