Tuesday, November 24, 2009

A Thanksgiving Story

Beck came home the other day from school and had to share the Pilgrims' story of Thanksgiving.

Thanks to Windows 7 I can't use my video editing software. Bastardos! So no subtitles for those of you who don't speak Beckanese.

I'm not sure how historically accurate his retelling is, but I'm sure it's true that at some point the poor oppressed British did shout at the king, "No Way Hor-Hey!"

Happy Turkey day everyone!


Coffeypot said...

Now I know the true story of Thanksgiving. I can sleep tonight.

He did a great job. Give him a high fvie from me.

Stuart said...

He made way more sense than either the singer Beck or Glenn Beck. Get the kid a Senate post. Now. Seriously.

Cheers and have a great Thanksgiving!

wv - ciese: as in, don't. ever.

jennybean79 said...

He's so darn cute - - ha ha - love his story!

Elliott said...

Dammit, of all things, XP won't let me see that there's even video there.

Must be our firewall settings.

janiece said...

That is too funny ! Ahhh--just like Chewie talk--so I can translate--sorta.

Bev said...

I don't care (or know) what he said, but the HAT makes it! What a cutie pie. I love that kid. :)

Lori said...

Good grief, what a great laugh!! I think No Way, Hor-Hey just may need to be our new Thanksgiving Motto! "Did I eat too much?" NO Way, Hor-Hey! "Will you pass me more turkey?" NO Way, Hor-Hey--it's mine!

For the record, John thinks that's a pretty accurate retelling, to the best of his knowledge. Buildings, cars and trucks. What else is there?

Mala said...

Coffeypot - High Five! Consider it done.

Stuart - We're aiming straight for president.

Jenny - Thank you. He may have embellished a bit.

Elliot - Shame! Seriously, what's up?!

Janiece - Ha! You gotta put up a Chewie video soon.

Bev - I should have had him hold his matching "Indian bag" he made as well.

Lori - No Way HOR-hay is always my go-to response.

Frank Irwin said...

That's the way I remember it.

MtnMama said...

Love it. I love how "they built buildings and houses and cars" - those Puritan cars really sucked, though. No gas mileage to speak of, and no cup holders.

Nice job! Happy Turkey Day!

Hilary Marquis said...

Makes no difference if we can understand every word because he is so darn cute saying it!!! Happy Turkey Day Everyone!!!

Harmony said...

Ha! @ Frank

Beck did a great job with the Pilgrim's story of Thanksgiving. He is TOO cute!

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