What's going on, uncle Aaron? Episode 3
Inspiration: Aaron got hit by Nick in July/August. He showed the bruise on his forehead to the press, while Nick just said "Oh well, it happens." lol
Scene: Four 5 year old kids are sitting around Aaron in a semi circle.
Boy: Hey, uncle Aaron, what's that thing on your forehead?
Aaron: Oh... that's a bruise.
Boy (giggles): That's funny! Hi Bruce!
Girl: How did you get to know Bruce, uncle Aaron?
Aaron: Well, you know, my brother introduced me to him...
Sorry I had to close this blog down before the thing actually really started. Some people just don't know the meaning of a satire. I didn't do it because I wanted to make anyone look ridiculous. I wanted the show to look ridiculous. Because I don't think it's a good idea and I was worried. That's all. Not more, not less.
However. I thought about everything again and again. And though I still can't see anything bad about it (I didn't insult anyone or spread lies about them like many other people unfortunately do... I never have and never will), but I don't wanna get into fights with fans who don't understand my intentions. I'm not in the mood to, sorry. There are more useful things that I can spend my time and energy on.
SPECIAL THANXX to Nickee, Anna, Sinchen and anyone else who got my point, finding it funny and alright to publish.
BJ's f-ing swearing ABC - Episode 1
BJ sits down on a chair right in front of the camera.
BJ: Hi everybody! Welcome to the first Episode of "The effing swearing ABC - Tell them off the BJ way!".
We start off with the letter A. A like ... Aaron and Angel... hahaha... okay... I was just kidding guys. No offense. Alright. A like A-S-S-H-O-L-E. If you look that word up in a dictionary, it says "noun vulgar slang the anus. • an irritating or contemptible person."
I would say, assholes just suck alright? So if you know anyone you truly hate coz they truly suck - you got me? - tell them they're an asshole and that they should *peeep* *peeeep* *peeeep* and *peeeep* *peeeep* *peeeeep* - okay? Good.
I hope I could help you. Cu next time!! Bye!
(to the camera man: ) Now switch off that damn thing, you jerk!
What's going on, uncle Aaron? Episode 2
Scene: Seven 5 year olds are sitting in a semicircle around Aaron.
Boy: hmmm... uncle Aaron? What's that black thing on your arm?
Girl: Are you sick, uncle Aaron?
Aaron: This? Uh no. That's a tattoo.
Girl: A tat-uh?
Boy: What's a tat-uh?
Aaron: Hmmm... that's when like a big strong man you know is drawing something on your arm... or leg... or back... on your forehead if you want to *laughs*
Girl: Sounds like fun!! I want that, too!!
Boy: Me, too!
Boy: Me, too!
Girl: Me, too!
Aaron: Ssssssshhh!! *holds his pointerfinger to his mouth* But it hurts...
(The children's eyes get bigger and bigger.)
Girl: Oh really?
Boy: Really, uncle Aaron?
Aaron: Oh yeah. It's like many small needles poke *pokes boy next to him* you.
Girl (fascinated): Wow!
Girl: Oh you're so brave, uncle Aaron!
Boy: And so strong!
Aaron: oh yeah... well *grin* I know.
Boy (stands up): When I'm grown, I wanna be just like uncle Aaron! And then I'll get a tat-uh, too!
Girl: Unce Aaron, why do you have a tat-uh actually?
Aaron: Hmmm coz... you know a tattoo always has a meaning. It reminds you of... something that is important to you, like a person or a special situation you've been through...
Girl (amazed): Wow...
Boy: Then I want my teddy tat-uh-ed on my belly... do you think that will work?
What's going on, uncle Aaron? Episode 1
Scene: Seven 5 year old kids are sitting in a semicircle around Aaron.
Boy: Hmm... uncle Aaron? What is it with flowers and bees?
Aaron: Oh well.. eh... it's like that. Hmm the flower and the bee, they pretty much like each other... you know? And then... hmm... and then the bee comes flying to the flower... like zzzzZZZZZ (*pretends his finger was a bee*) and then it's landing on the flower... and hmmm... and then there are new flowers if it works out...you know?
Girl: What if it won't work out? Will there be more bees then?
Aaron: Uh no no. Then they just... got to know each other.
Girl: Ah alright...
The kids (altogether): Thank you, uncle Aaron!