Gut Rumbles
 

March 19, 2005

where would we be without researchers?

It's happened to me, many times. Now I know why, thanks to research.

Just reading the damned article stuck a worm in my brain. Now I've got B.J. Thomas singing "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" over and over again. I want to kill either myself or B.J. Thomas.

Thanks a lot, Dartmouth.

Comments

research pays my rent :)

Posted by: caltechgirl on March 20, 2005 12:39 AM

Yeah, great. Thanks a lot, Rob.

Now raindrops are falling in my brain.

Could be worse, though. One time, I had the song "What a Wonderful World" stuck in my head - except Louis Armstrong wasn't singing it. Sidney Greenstreet was. Now, that's sick.

Posted by: Elisson on March 20, 2005 06:36 AM

Damn, I didn't know that there was a name for it!! EARWORM, uggg. Sounds nasty.

Posted by: Junebugg on March 20, 2005 08:47 AM

I had the '50's hit "Jimmy Jimmy Coco Pop" or 'Shimmy Shimmy Coco Bop" in my head for many years. I still don't know which lyric is right. I suspect Manchurian Candidate style brainwashing gone wrong.

Ellison needs many years of therapy.

Posted by: Jim on March 20, 2005 08:50 AM

for me it's often Jingle Bells or Small World...

Posted by: caltechgirl on March 20, 2005 11:37 AM

..."some people say there's a woman to blame, but I know....it's my own damn fault."

Posted by: Maggie on March 20, 2005 02:11 PM

Here's one for ya that rarely fails.

"Havin' my baby, what a wonderful way of saying how much you love me....."

Posted by: DaneBramage on March 20, 2005 04:23 PM

So why doesn't this happen with all familiar songs, and why don't you have to even hear the ones which stick for this to start up again? Did you know the sound of "Government Grant" produces salivation and orgasms in Researchers [obviously] without any cortex activity at all?

Posted by: Ga-ne-sha on March 20, 2005 10:02 PM
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