A couple of weeks ago, I linked to a YouTube video by Rhett and Link in a Lost post. It was the first time I had seen one of their videos, and I meandered over to their site and proceeded to spend about an hour laughing with my older kids. Now, strangely, no one in our family can say the word "guacamole" without singing this song. (And you might be surprised. The subject of guacamole comes up a lot.) But this one is my very, very favorite:
"The "e" in Flickr was given to me like the key to an Internet city of which I am king." Don't you want to embroider that on something? Anyway, check out their site for some good, clean fun.
(By the way, I'm working on a piece for BlogHer about watching YouTube with your kids–specifically finding safe and clean stuff you can enjoy together. For example, my sons love this one, and this one has painfully embedded itself deep in my brain, threatening to emerge at socially inappropriate times. If you've ever blogged about the subject of kid-friendly-You-Tubing, I'd love to see the link, or if you have a YouTube suggestion, I'd love that too. Many thanks!)