Friday, January 27, 2012

Car singing 101

In case you weren't aware, my favorite color is red.
Also, I have a hobby called Car Singing.


1 [hob-ee]
an activity or interest pursued for pleasure or relaxationand not as a main occupation: Her hobbies include stamp-collecting and woodcarving.

I know what you're thinking, it should have said coin collecting right?

For cereal, have me show you sometime.

Moving on.....

Big Brother and Bells and I used to go on these lovely Sunday Drives that inevitably involved Jason wasting much gas and seeing who could sing the loudest and dorkiest.

Even after JKS moved, Belly and I continued this tradition and it is because of these drives that I have the adorable habitat of listening to my music a teeny bit louder than the norman human bean.

But I digress.

I had gotten so used to car singing, that when others joined in my car, they seemed quite startled by my stereo and voice box blaring. So, people of the world, I thought y'all should be edumacated in car singing.

How to Car Sing
By:Aubrey Noelle

1. Have a car. I'll try my best not to question where you suddenly came upon the Mercedes that you didn't have the day before, but I'll forgive you if we can get an ice cream cone from Mickey Dee's. While car singing.

2. Have a way to hook up an iPod, or for the less ghetto ones, actually have a CD player in your car. I suppose one could car sing to the radio. In theory, but, wouldn't you rather have a guaranteed playlist of good car singing songs?

Which brings up the next point.....
3. Have delicious car singing music. It can be anything. I mean, if loudly singing The Weepies or Enya is your thing, then man, go with it. I personally prefer the type of songs that make you want to sing. In fact, they absolutely demand you to sing at the top of your lungs while car dancing.

Some personal fav's include:

Good luck! What are your favorite car singing songs?

And if you ever need an example, feel free to car sing with me, anytime. :)

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