With Sesame Street Eyes

I sing, 

 “One of these things

is not like the others,

One of these things

just doesn’t belong,

Can you tell

photo courtesy of Ricarrdo Romano

which thing

is not like the others,

before I finish my song?”

 

(photo by Ricarrdo Romano)

 

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19 thoughts on “With Sesame Street Eyes

  1. I’m always surprised at how often remnants of childhood apply to grown up life. I sing that song every once in a while. Well said (sung) 33 words here!

    1. Can’t you hear Big Bird or Mr. Hooper crooning? They would change it to which one of these “kids…” to spot a different wardrobe or activity, to establish a discriminating eye.

  2. You know that when you start referencing Sesame Street that you have my attention, support and gratitude. Thanks for brightening my evening with your upbeat post. 🙂

    1. La, la, la, la. La, la, la, la….cobbie’s world😊 Go have a monster cookie or an ala peanut butter sandwich to top off your night. Thanks for brightening my evening with your comment (those are always nice.)

    1. I never liked the term, “doesn’t belong” in the song…seems like a discriminating eye is what the game teaches, even though the correct term is classification. Debbie Downer…I know. Let Big Bird be.

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