Locks in Socks: Live (Sort of)

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A couple weeks ago, when I was in the middle of Garrosh’s Poetry Challenge, I had gotten a lot of positive feedback on one poem in particular – Locks in Socks.  Personally I don’t see why, it was really mostly a big pile of nonsense, but whatever, I guess you people like that kind of thing.  But among my mountains of fan mail there was one offer I just couldn’t turn away.  NO NOT GARONA, I’ve been holding her at arm’s length for months now.  Sheesh.  No, this came from @PixelExecution, from the blog PixelatedExecutioner – an offer to record a live performance of Locks in Socks for me to post here on the Command Board.

Obviously this was too good to pass up, and so, after no small amount of time (and many outtakes that rumor has it might find their way here at some point!), here is the finished product:

Major thanks and huge props to Pix for putting in the time to put this together.  Everybody should definitely shoot him a tweet or leave a comment on his blog with some much-deserved praise for this little gem.

 

 

[Header image provided by Khizzara from Blog of the Treant, used here with permission and many thanks.]

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6 Responses to “Locks in Socks: Live (Sort of)”

  1. Totally. Awesome. I can’t believe anyone actually managed to read that out loud. XD Great job, Pixel!

    • Pixelated Executioner Says:

      Thanks! I had a lot of fun doing it, but there were a few mishaps. >.> You’ll see soon!

  2. yeah wow, well done :)

  3. Pix, that was fantastic! It made me laugh even more than me trying to read it in my head! *claps* Brava

  4. Your reading of Locks in Socks nicely highlighted its particular locutions. It was a pleasure to listen.

  5. The cat in the Hat is back!

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