Get the party started...on a Saturday night!!

We all do it, Lucy, Jen and I. It's something we can't help, something our brains do before we even realize we are doing it! What is it you ask? It is hearing a word or sentence and proceeding to start singing song lyrics or reciting lines from a movie or TV show! Whether it be through Voxer messages or when we are around the dinner table back home, we can never resist the urge. Much like the awesome Miranda Hart. Case in point, when she goes for a job interview in this episode: (Skip to the 6 minute mark) all it takes is one little thing and she is off! Today we thought we would have a bit of fun and share with you some of those words and sentences that are guaranteed to get us slightly off track and distracted for a few minutes!

So here we go...

"This party's got to be perfect" = "It's got to beeeeeee perfect, it's got to beeeeeee worth it yeah, so many people take second best but I won't take anything less, it's got to be yeah perfect!"

"Our husbands are simply the best" = "Better than all the rest, better that anyone, anyone I've ever met..."

"I can do that for you, Absolutely" = "Absolutely everybody in the whole wide world, everybody breathes and everybody bleeds, absolutely everybody!"

"What have you done today?" = "What have you done today to make you feel proud?"

GYM SCENARIO "Come on everybody dig a little deeper" = "You got to dig a little deeper, find out who you are, dig a little deeper, it really ain't that far..."

"Right everyone, let's get down to business" = "To defeat, the huns, did they send me daughters, when I asked for sons?"

"Oh life!" = "Life, oh life, oh life, oh life, doo, doot, doot, doo..."

"Reach that for me, please" = "Reach for the stars, climb every mountain higher, reach for the stars, follow your hearts desire, reach for the stars and when that rainbows shining over you, that's when your dreams will all come true..."

"Can you tie that in a ribbon?' = "Tie a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree, it's been three long years do you still want me?"

"Get ready" = "Get ready cos here I come, get ready cos here I come, if you wanna play hide and seek with love, let me remind you, it's all right..."

"It's 7 am..." = "It's 7 am the usual morning line up, start on the chores and sweep till the floors all clean, polish and wax, do laundry and mop and shine up, sweep again and by then it's like 7:15..."

"I did that for the first time." = "For the first time in forever, they'll be music, they'll be light, for the first time in forever, I'll be dancing through the night!"

"I'm going to start something new." = "It's the start of something new, it feels so right to be here with you."

"What are you looking for?" = "I've finally found, what I've been looking dododo do do dodo"

"Back in High school" = "High school musical, who says we have to let it go, it's the best part we've ever known, step into the future and hold onto, high school musical."

"I haven't been there for the longest time!" = oh oh oh oh for the longest time, ah ah ah for the longest time, if you say goodbye to me tonight, there would still be music left to write, ah, ah, ah..."

Ok, so hopefully you've been following us so far and sang a long a little yourselves!
Now we get to the classics though, if you understand these next two, you get serious brownie points!

"That was the doorbell, will someone get it?" = This from Lizzie McGuire...

Last but not least whenever we hear the word "Anaconda" or any word that rhymes with it for that matter, without a shadow of a doubt we think of this....

Wasn't "That's so Raven" just the best??

Hope you have enjoyed this little insight to what goes on inside our brains on a daily basis. Please let us know if you preform any of these songs to family, friends or random strangers on a weekly or daily basis too, or even better, what are some of your own words or sentences that get you every time? :)

Happy Friday! Have a great weekend! :) 
Lucy and Kelly

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