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Thread: My Girl's Pussy (novelty song) on vintage Washburn uke and Kazoo

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    Default My Girl's Pussy (novelty song) on vintage Washburn uke and Kazoo



    It's been a while since I recorded, and I caught a patch of sun today, so here you go! It's a cover of My Girl's Pussy, a delightful little pet novelty song originally recorded by Harry Roy in 1931. I'm playing a 1922 Washburn 701 mahogany uke and honking away on a metal Wazoo (kazoo with a horn). Forgive my voice, as it is definitely the worst instrument on display lol. Feel free to comment, fair or foul!

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    Me and my pussy :-P

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    Proof that poor taste existed if not thrived even 80+ years ago.
    Money can't buy happiness but it can buy a uke which is basically the same thing.

    Ukes are a lot like potato chips. It's hard to stop with just one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikelz777 View Post
    Proof that poor taste existed if not thrived even 80+ years ago.
    Why thank you, kind sir... I take that as a compliment and am glad to carry on a proud tradition. What kind of person doesn't like pussy (cats) anyway? Must be a dog person, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikelz777 View Post
    Proof that poor taste existed if not thrived even 80+ years ago.
    And that humor wasn't stifled by SJWs and excessive political correctness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mivo View Post
    And that humor wasn't stifled by SJWs and excessive political correctness.
    Humor? Perhaps to some. Pointing out that feigned innocence while spouting lewd double-entendres is in poor taste hardly makes me a social justice warrior or excessively politically correct. (If you knew me at all you'd know that I'm anything but.) It merely makes me observant.
    Money can't buy happiness but it can buy a uke which is basically the same thing.

    Ukes are a lot like potato chips. It's hard to stop with just one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikelz777 View Post
    Humor? Perhaps to some.
    Humor is subjective, and thank god for that!! That is probably why back in the good old days, the newsstand used to have The New Yorker and The National Lampoon side by side (and some people <gasp> actually read both). I do find it ironic (WARNING: higher humor alert) that you have Groucho Marx as an avatar, but don't seem to have an appreciation for double entendres (as he was famous for them). To each his own, i suppose, and the fact that this song has remained known (and relevant) for 90 years probably speaks for itself.
    Last edited by jasontaulbee; 05-18-2017 at 06:08 PM.

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    I really enjoyed it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasontaulbee View Post
    Humor is subjective, and thank god for that!! That is probably why back in the good old days, the newsstand used to have The New Yorker and The National Lampoon side by side. I do find it ironic (WARNING: higher humor alert) that you have Groucho Marx as an avatar, but don't seem to have an appreciation for double entendres (as he was famous for them). To each his own, i suppose, and the fact that this song has remained known (and relevant) for 90 years probably speaks for itself.
    I'd hardly equate Groucho's double entendres with a song extolling one's enthusiasm for stroking his wife's/girlfriends warm vagina every chance he gets.
    Money can't buy happiness but it can buy a uke which is basically the same thing.

    Ukes are a lot like potato chips. It's hard to stop with just one!

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    That was awesome!! You're my new ukulele hero! Finally, something entertaining.

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