5 Reasons MISTER ROGERS Stressed Me Out
Before you start reading, let me make it clear that I respect Mr. Roger's very much. (Some people get all bent out of shape when you start talking about Mr. Rogers). I think he had a great show. I loved watching him feeding the fish and coveted that playset he got out in his kitchen each and every time. I WANTED IT TO BE MINE. I also was very jealous of his kitchen traffic light. However, every time I watched Mister Roger's Neighborhood as a child, the same things always stressed me out.
#4 Looking at this lady. A better name for Lady Elaine is Lady Huh?-Laine, youknowwhati'msayin? I was always perplexed over Lady Elaine's skin condition. Did she fall into a fire? Was someone making s'mores out of her nose and some graham crackers? Did she just try to pet a dragon? Did she trip and fall in dog poo? She needed some serious medical help and got placed into a spinning museum instead. The other stressor: THE SPINNING MUSEUM!
#3 Not being able to figure out if "Trolley" was truly magical or not. It wasn't until later in life (this morning) that I was able to catch on to Mr. Roger's slick method of flipping the trolley switch. Well, you little fartknocker...
Have I seen your face over on Facebook or Twitter yet? No? What's the deal with that? Remember, all new likers get a free Coke from my vending machine up in the top right corner. Sit in that orange chair, too, if you need to take a break. The only thing I ask? NO HEATING OF BEAN BURRITOS IN THE BREAK ROOM'S MICROWAVE. We've had a lot of trouble with those.
|She's saying, "Heeeeeey!" in this picture. Source|