Monday, January 10, 2011

Your Plants Need Googly Eyes

I was reading a forum thread about whether the term "googly eyes" was a generic term and not a brand name.  Someone posted a link to this gem from Saturday Night Live.  Christopher Walken (love him!) explains just why your plants need googly eyes.  Enjoy!


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3 comments:

theballoonguy said...

This is exactly why I put googlie- eyes on my kids.

Miss Nessa said...

Wow, those were some pretty awesome googlie eyes then - they seem so realistic to me :)

Patios said...

Funny. Think I'll try them on my plants.

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