Yak, yak, yak (Jokes)

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Sorry. Somebody had to do it! ;)

-- Soni (thomkilroy@hotmail.com), October 14, 2001


Response to Yak, yak, yak

"Don't talk back..." isn't that the rest of the tune? ;) LOL

I always have that song going through my brain when I'm out to feed the yaks! They are lots of fun. Everybody gets a smile when they see them.

-- Catherine (constancy@la.com), October 14, 2001.

Both of you ladies are dating yourselves if you remember the Yakity, Yak, Yak song. 1960 or there abouts.

-- Ken S.in WC TN (scharabo@aol.com), October 14, 2001.

Ken, do you mean "Yakety Yak" by 'The Coasters'? It hit number one in 1958. ;o)

-- Gary in Indiana (gk6854@aol.com), October 14, 2001.

I don't know about teenybopper stuff, Ken. I've been an old married lady for 10 years now. :)

Hey, yaks are patriotic, too. Sometimes they sing, "I'm a yakky doodle dandy...!"

-- Catherine (constancy@la.com), October 14, 2001.

Was it really 1958?? Wow! I AM old!

-- Ardie/WI (ardie54965@hotmail. om), October 14, 2001.

We mustn't think of ourselves as old, Ardie...we're vintage, and vintage is cool!

Another one is "repositories of ancient wisdom."


-- Catherine (constancy@la.com), October 14, 2001.

We were in Kansas City recently, and drove by an American Bandstand restaurant. My 11 year old daughter looks at the building and wanted to know why it had those black CDs on top of it!

-- Cheryl in KS (cherylmccoy@rocketmail.com), October 14, 2001.

Then there are all those "Yakety Sax" recordings. Also my personal favourite (of the yaks, that is), "Yakety Axe" off the "Neck and Neck" album/CD by Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler. My REAL personal favourite is "There'll be some changes made" off the same album.

-- (darmst@yahoo.com.au), October 14, 2001.

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