I found the best way to really get focused before you tackle the laundry is to watch a little bit of Wonder Woman. I think it honors the spin cycle and nearly makes you feel like a superhero, as well. This especially works if you dress exactly like Wonder Woman when you do the laundry or when you go to the store to get detergent and softener. I’ve noticed you can get the same effect from watching the Bionic Woman, but this mostly only works when you need to dust and the sound-effects are obviously mandatory. This particular clip (click here to check it out on You Tube) got me thinking about a few things:
· If you are going to blow up a military army base, shouldn’t you actually blow up the base and not the oil drums a hundred yards away? I mean, yes they are clearly dangerous judging by the FLAMMABLE signs, but still aren’t they a little far away from your actual target?
· Just because someone is wearing an MP uniform doesn’t mean that they are really MP. They could be villains in a jeep.
· Where does Diana Prince’s blue uniform go when she spins and transforms into Wonder Woman?
· Lyle Waggoner is completely useless in an emergency situation.
· These villains are really bad shots. They can’t hit a damn thing - except for a really precise target, like say a bracelet.
· You can obviously be rendered unconscious by being thrown 12 inches.
· How many actually control towers were there in the seventies? In nearly every show everyone always had to get to “the” control tower. With so many control towers, how would you know if you were at the right control tower to avert the emergency you were trying to avert?
So much to ponder, but alas the laundry awaits. I better get to the washer and dryer control tower. *cue music, spinning and transformation explosion*
Wonder Woman Cocktail (from http://www.happy-hour.com)
1 ounce melon liquor
1 ounce peach schnapps
1.5 ounce orange juice
0.5 ounce pineapple juice
1 ounce cranberry juice
Carefully layer ingredients, in order over ice. Serve unstirred and garnish with a cherry.