Friday, March 22, 2013
Kapooya! Newest viral celebrity Michelle Clark is from Texas
Say it with us: Kapooya!
Confession time. I am one of those people who bought the “Bed Intruder” song on iTunes after watching Antoine Dodson utter the now famous words “Hide your kids, hide your wife…” Dodson went on to make some other (understandably) less successful videos, because well, fame is a fickle thing. But hey, he had his 15 minutes.
Bed Intruder — Original and Remix
After learning of Dodson, then we got to experience a blow-by-blow, highly detailed explanation of the events experienced by lovely Diana who just wanted to get some coffee. Diana ended up in a the midst of a whirlwind of confusion that included using her hair for protection, Spanish interaction, fainting or not fainting and her now famous “backing up, backing up, backing up.”
Backing Up iTunes song & full interview
Then, not long ago I fell in love with the darling Sweet Brown when she described her troubles after waking up to get a cold pop, telling us her struggle with Bronchitis and letting us all know that “Ain’t nobody got time for that.” She was even hired for a couple of TV commercials, one of which you can see here.
Sweet Brown Cold Pop Escape (Original)
Today, upon my arrival to work, I am greeted by another glorious video of a woman being interviewed after a storm with hail “the size of a quarter” passed through her town. Kapooya! Kapooya! Watch as the Brookshire resident tells the colorful story of her experience when the hail storm hit.