Sunday, March 01, 2009

Question of The Day: 48

Why would the "L" in the African alphabet be for "lizard?"

I was watching Sesame Street with the boys one day last week -- if you haven't seen it in a while, you should check it out. It's actually kind of cool -- and they had the "African alphabet" on, a song in which each letter stood for some animal that could be found on the African continent.

They got to L and I was startled when they said that L is for lizard.



They couldn't think of any other animal starting with L that lives in Africa?

This is not that song. But it is cool:

Seriously, that was great. Did you notice Kermit's sentence went in alphabetical order?

Question of the day 47, here.

1 comment:

lisapepin said...

Wasn't this song on Paul Simon's Rythym of the Saints album? It sounds familiar.