Monday, March 19, 2007

Ten thousand dancing girls kicking cans across the sky

Yes, I'm still alive.

I haven't been around these parts lately, and I'm hoping that that'll change. I'm not going to make any promises, as all of my promises heretofore have been empty. However, I'll try to keep this thing alive.

The other day at work, we played a fun game that reminded me of something I did on this page a few months ago. Way back in October of aught-five, I played a band name game where you mash band names together to get things like
  • G Love & .38 Special Sauce
  • Busta LeAnn Rimes

    That whole post is here, and it was inspired by a post I read at a friend's blog here.

    Anyway, the new game is to combine the name of a band with the name of a fish. Here's some of the better ones we came up with (it helps to say some of them out loud):
  • Cod Stewart
  • Koi Division
  • Tuna Live Crew
  • Skinny Guppy
  • Nine Inch Whales
  • Carp Shoot Carp
  • No Trout
  • Backstreet Kois
  • Squid Vicious
  • Catfish Power
  • Eel O
  • My Life With the Thrill Krill Cult
  • Belle and Sea Basstian
  • Ase of Bass
  • Public Anemone
  • Betta Band
  • Moray-ssey
  • The Housemarlins
  • Salmon Dave
  • Barry Minnowlow

    Then, because we really wanted to be able to use this one, we stretched the rule to allow the use of an album title. That's a whole nother can of worms, but the one in question was
  • Flounder Than Bombs

    Any additions to this list are welcome.

    now playing:

    Explosions in the Sky All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone

    Brushback said...

    I'm guessing that Kim Salmon is already a name, so it doesn't count...

    Hans said...

    Okay, so you're still alive. But what about that Chris Hosford guy?

    Anonymous said...

    ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh yes pink floyd echolen HUH

    Hans said...

    He lives! Sweet, now I can play:

    Shrimp Floyd.

    Salmon Cooke.

    Reid said...

    A night out at dinner brought on a few more, which will be added soon, I'd guess. But one that was half mine and half Tad's: Mako Case and her Koi Friends.

    tad said...

    Another from dinner....

    C & Sea Monkey Factory

    Susan said...

    I had a couple of songs:

    "It's hard out here for a shrimp" and "Like a Sturgeon"

    tad, and friends said...

    Alright, here's what the fried chicken and a bunch of plates of assorted beefs at Logan Tavern inspired in us....

    The Carpigans
    MC Hammerhead
    Belinda Garlisle
    Big Head Cod and the Monsters
    King Crabson
    Haddock at the Disco
    The Captain and Ten Eels
    Groupergrass (or Groupertramp, Grouperchunk, Grouper Furry Animals)
    The Sneakershrimps
    Leon Mussel
    Culture Crab (feat. Koi George)
    Uncle Tunalo
    Miracle Sturgeon
    ....And Bluegill Know us by the Trail of the Dead
    Tetra (Petra...slammin' Christian metal)

    And there were more....we needed a stenographer. And they tore up the table cloth we wrote these on. Help me out, peeps.

    tad said...

    Pike and Tuna Turner

    Hans said...

    Shrimpin' Ain't Easy

    Anonymous said...

    Queens of the Stone Crab Age