HAAA = Hilarous And Absolutely Alarming
Usage: When I heard my almost 8-year old daughter singing ALL the words to We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together as we were getting the kids ready for bed, including this whole part:
I remember when we broke up the first time
Saying, "This is it, I've had enough," 'cause like
We hadn't seen each other in a month
When you said you needed space. (What?)
Then you come around again and say
"Baby, I miss you and I swear I'm gonna change, trust me."
Remember how that lasted for a day?
I say, "I hate you," we break up, you call me, "I love you."
I was, like, HAAA! Did I mention, she's not even 8?
Husband also was, like, HAAA!
In fact, Husband started play-singing this song, complete with Ooooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh parts. All the kids had gathered around, laughing at Daddy sounding so ridiculous. He also had appropriate facial expressions. So I started singing along, feeling the music - I'm telling you, I'm telling you! Girl kept correcting our lyrics mistakes - No, it goes like this! Pretty soon, everyone was singing, including the baby - ever ever ever. It was then that we decided as a family that we needed to make a You Tube video, although Girl said she would only participate if she had the background music. She also needed a "paper with all the words."
"Maybe it could take off!" I told the Husband later, just the two of us. I mean, our whole family singing scene was kind of HAAA. Like the Von Trapps, only less harmony and more chaos. He wasn't as optimistic.