Strange... you can go for years without thinking about oddities from your youth and then, some little thing will remind you (like the picture above) or this from YouTube. Imagine my surprise when I listened to several of the different versions of the song my kids used to sing in Girl Scouts. This version is relatively harmless, but some of them were... not.
Back when I was a leader we had a million little songs our girls sang. I wonder if kids do that anymore? Huh, they used to sing The Ants Go Marching In and Make New Friends, the ever popular Kum By Ya (click here for a performance on the Ed Sullivan show!)
Something I read recently speculated that there's no such thing as innocence. Would a variety show of today have the gentle Benedictine nuns singing Kum By Ya? Probably not... not a wardrobe malfunction to be seen.
It seems sad to me that the simple pleasures are lost. Little girls aren't little girls anymore. Singing around a campfire is too square (or whatever the cool word is now.) Little girls are worried about wearing makeup and thong panties and shaving their legs. At ten and eleven, they're not playing dolls--they're discussing blow job techniques.
And likely, most of them never have heard of Bunny Foo Foo.