A Confession

I have condition. It probably was inevitable, since both my parents suffer from the same thing. It's called If-I-know-a-song-and-hear-it-I-have-to-sing-to-it-(out-loud-of-course-)-no-matter-where-I-am-or-who-I-am-with Disease.
Honestly, it could be music playing in the grocery store, a commercial on the TV about Drano, it matters not. We hear, we must sing.
So it's making my life with my new way cute pink iPod a bit difficult.

Any suggestions on how to overcome this issue?


The Crash Test Dummy said...

hee hee hee

How does Nolan feel about this disease? Or does he have it too?

That is a way cute ipod.

Sister Black said...

awww! Don't fight it...just give in! Who CARES what the kids think, right?

I am Lorinda W- you can call me LoW said...

Crash- He HATES it and is SO impatient with those of us that suffer from it. Especially his sisters.

Ma- But when it's an iPod, nobody else can hear the music.....

All8 said...

Download scriptures or conference talks? I'm a singer too. No Ipod though, guess I'm safe.

Mel said...

I don't even need the ipod... I just start belting out commercial jingles from 30 years ago at random places.

Heaths said...

oh i have that malady as well....even if i hate the song, i can't help but sing (or at least hum) along.

this is how our rides to seminary would go:

*me singing*

andrew: "who sings this song, heather?"

me: "the beatles....?"

andrew (glaring at me): "then let THEM sing it."

I am Lorinda W- you can call me LoW said...

Lorinda- I didn't know you could download such things to an iPod. Awesome. Although I am not sure I'd fair to well on the treadmill while listening to either. :-O

Mel-Now that's awesome!! haha!!

Heather- I SO have heard such similar conversations many times. :)I'm so glad you suffer from the same ailment also. It's nice to not be alone. :)