Speak English (really superly) in 3 Words ;)

OK, so after more than 2 people seemed to enjoy learning French in 1 word, I figured I had to reciprocate for the “other side” 😉

Enjoy. P.S. I apologize in advance for my hair and bad southern accent.

The rest of the Observing Participant videos are over here

And find me on Facebook here 😉

and June 14 & 15, 2011 –> The #140Conf !

The full program for the #140Conf is here along with the list of speakers. It’s being held at the 92nd Street Y and should be a good time. Jeff handpicks every person that speaks who is then only given about 10 minutes to speak, so it’s incredibly fast-paced. Kind of like a TED on speed. Or so I’m told.

See you there?

P.P.S. Don’t forget about Tribeca!!

There’s only ONE MORE week to vote, and I would love love love for extreme jump roping to become a reality. If you agree, click here, and follow the directions to sign in to YouTube and click “thumbs up” ! for extreme jump roping in green blue tights.

If not that’s cool.

Just don’t click here. 

Kay, cool, bye! Happy Monday 🙂


13 responses to “Speak English (really superly) in 3 Words ;)

  1. Je retiens. Je pense que ce sera utile lors de mon prochain voyage aux USA ^^

  2. RE This week’s video: Completely unexpected choice — which is like a totally expected aspect of the MiChmski brand 🙂 (Also unexpected, the light brush of makeup which transforms MiChmski from goofy sister to goddess … It’s like (to quote Jeff Pulver) “a superpower.” 🙂 I.E., (To quote Jeff Pulver again) “I believe in you.” REMINDER: I believed BEFORE you went viral. 😉

    RE TRIBECA: Why your prototype-style pitch (abbreviated movie) is a strange attractor of significance … yada yada yada … is beyond the scope of this public comment. LoL

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  4. There’s a country singer, Miranda Lambert, who has a line (from Only Prettier):
    “I don’t have to be hateful, I could just say ‘Bless your heart.’ ”

    Just saying.

    Thanks for the fun!

  5. Après une telle révélation j’ai envie de dire: oh putain!!! ^^

    Sinon dans le même esprit “God has a plan” finit très bien les phrases et peut servir pour engager ou terminer la discussion. Mais ca fait déjà 4 mots.

    Bless your heart 🙂

  6. Ca me fait penser à “I’m not a racist, but…” suivi d’une déclaration affreusement violente, sauf que là, ça marche à tous les coups, c’est merveilleux !

    btw, j’adore tes vidéos, j’ai découvert tout ça avec la vidéo sur “putain” (qui, je suis d’accord avec toi, n’est pas COMPLETEMENT comparable au f-word) et je suis totalement fan !

    Bless your heart 😀

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