Tania Sheko, who writes a great blog called Brave New World, tagged me recently to come up with a top ten list. I’ve decided to share with you my ten favourite School’s out Friday videos that I’ve posted over the course of this year. I’m really happy that School’s out Friday has been popular because I enjoy the levity of it all. If we spent all of our time taking ourselves seriously this world would be a very dreary place.
1. OK Go – Here we go again My very first School’s out Friday post!
2. Frozen Grand Central The improveverywhere crew’s fabulous effort at Grand Central Station.
3. If Life were a Musical – Hardware Shop. The Chaser’s War on Everything’s musical number in a Bunnings store.
4. The best first dance at a wedding ever. Posted in tribute to Clay Burell who was getting married the next day.
5. What teacher’s make. Slam poet Taylor Mali’s take on teaching.
6. The world of chemistry. Very funny take on how the elements work.
7. Sneezing Panda. My mum loved this – she watched it again and again.
8. Best game ever. Another effort from the improveverywhere crew.
9. Where the Hell is Matt? Matt Harding’s 2008 effort that took 14 months to put together.
10. Hamish and Andy – Team Ghosting. The Australian comedy duo and their new sport of ghosting.
So there you have it. Ten of my favourites this 2008 in no particular order.
Enjoy your weekend. If it’s anything like mine you’ll be busy finding novel ways to polish off leftovers!
3 Replies to “School’s out Friday”
I really enjoyed watching these, Jenny, so much variety and plenty of humour. That’s what I love about your blog – there’s plenty of meat but you know how to mix the serious with a bit of fun. Worth waiting for! Hope you had (are having) a lovely Christmas.
Thanks so much Tania. You are always so generous with your comments. My Christmas was just lovely. Very nice time spent with family. I hope yours was the same. (And I hope the 7th of Jan celebration goes well too!)
Thanks for sharing Jenny. I agree about not taking life too seriously, and these vids are a great way to avoid doing just that. Looking forward to the 2009 version!