One of the things that I love to do is write parody songs and skits. Do you remember the 'Grumpy Old Man' Dana Carvey sketch on SNL? Well, I used to write my own  scenes for that. I was such a big fan of him that I named my cat Carvey. I have no idea where those little scripts are today, but now I can share all-new parodies with you, right here!

First of all, I love Carrie Underwood, so this parody is all in good fun. Carrie's latest television commercial for her sports wear line Calia makes me laugh every time I see it. It just seems silly that Carrie is outside, working out on her kid's playground equipment, when you know she has her own gym.

After we finished our monthly clean up day at Mickey's Kingdom, I took the opportunity to shoot some video, in hopes of producing a hilarious parody. First of all, just walking around and picking up trash from the park is a workout. I had forgotten how much energy it takes just to swing. Let's just say, my core was engaged LOL. I'm also a bit of a scaredy-cat when it comes to getting down from anything up high. So, the struggle you see when I slide (Or attempt to) Down the pole, is 100% real.

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And here is the real commercial.

Here's a vintage SNL 'Grumpy Old Man' sketch from Weekend Update.

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