"The time was six o'clock on the SWATCH watch, no time to chill, got a date, can't be late....."

10/07/2009 11:05:00 PM
(Go ahead... finish those lyrics...)

Two things:

1.) Swatch watches are actually back in style. Remember how cool they were? This one's available for $55.



2.) I'm all about Swatches being back in style. Look at this new one. Um, cool. (It's $150.00)


More swatches here.

And 5,000 points to the individual who can name the song and type the CHORUS.

(May it be noted that I knew EVERY word to this song when I was no more than 10-years-old How appropriate.)

6 comments:

  1. Duh - Bel Biv Devoe - Do me.

    (knew all the lyrics too. still do)

    and the chorus: "Do me, baby" repeated a million times with little side quotes after each line :)

    and at the end: You can do me in the morning, you can do me in the night, you can do me when you wanna do me. (uh, yeah)

    Oh yeah, and I like those swatch watches too. The red one rocks.

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  2. I saw them in concert. It was all I hoped for and more.

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  3. Swatch watches were all over Italy. And you know those Europeans are always one step ahead of us.

    I found a white one that I desperately need. It's on my Christmas list.

    "...moooove to the ja-cuzzi. back it up, smack it up, rub it down, oh no!..."

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  4. HAHA!
    I had a swatch and I freakin loved it.

    When I did one of my exhanges in Germany, I lived with a girl that collected swatches. She had 100 in these amazing lighted lucite cases. They were rich.

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  5. So, um, I have NEVER heard of this song or even this group. (i even youtubed it to see if it sounded familiar - nope)

    But really, I am not surprised by that at all. I think around this Time I was listening to The Talking Heads and Was Not Was. Yes, i was a dork.

    I also never owned a swatch watch. Seriously, what kind of upbringing did I have?!?!

    (I feel so left out with this post)

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  6. My favorite line was "Mmm, that booty." :) Um, ew.

    Agree: This was highly inappropriate for 10- to 12-year-olds, and yet we knew (and continue to know) every word. Ah, the early 90s.

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