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Let Me Introduce The Wiggle Lady


This YouTube video has been floating around the internet for some time and hasn’t received as much recognition as I would like. So let me introduce to you, The Wiggle Lady.

I’m sure her official title isn’t the Wiggle Lady, but this is my blog and that’s what we’re calling her. She’s the spokesperson for the amazing and unique Rainbow Sponge. It’s the perfect gift for kids under 5 years old or for your crazy grandma. Personally, I know that my crazy grandma would be entertained for hours. And she would probably make the same noises, unfortunately.

So what can we learn from the Wiggle Lady?

1. Squeezing Rainbow Sponges will improve your arm strength.

2. The Army Arts and Crafts department can apparently send people anywhere they please.

3. Earth tones are super in this year.

4. Oh My Gosh!

5. Rainbow Sponges are insanely addictive.

I really admire the Wiggle Lady because she gets joy out of the smallest things. If we were all like her, maybe the world would be a better place. For the upcoming election, I’ll be entering the Wiggle Lady for President on my ballot.

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27 thoughts on “Let Me Introduce The Wiggle Lady

  1. Uh . . . uh oh . . . I think this is The Drawing Lady’s Mom. Well that explains a lot! And I’m definitely writing her in for president. Can you imagine what she could do to the White House!

    • Omg this IS Drawing Lady’s mom. Feel free to reference this video whenever you like! What if the White House had rainbow wiggles covering every wall, including the outside of the building? Our country would be so groovy!

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