Ellen: Secrets Of Multitasking
Ellen thinks that multitasking is rude. It’s impressive but rude. Her teleprompter worker Betsy is the ultimate multitasker. She’s on the phone, two computers and Ellen said her foot makes homemade jam! The only thing she’s not doing in Ellen’s photo was running the teleprompter.
Ellen said 60% of people surf the web while watching television. Everyone has to do something while they’re doing nothing. For example, Ellen was watching Revenge on Sunday. She bent to pet her dogs and when she looked up everyone was crying over donuts! It took her a minute to realize she bumped the channel to The Biggest Loser.
Just to prove how rude it was, Ellen started texting, vacuuming and taking care of a baby while she hosted Ellen. I agree with Ellen. I like my hosts to give me their full attention while they are hosting.
Ellen: Nine Holes In One Video
If all people played golf like these guys golf wouldn’t take nearly as long. This video is a trick shot competition from the PGA masters program at Campbell University.
Ellen: Classic Joke Tuesday
Make your coworker’s eyes roll with this classic knock knock joke:
Knock, knock! Figs. Figs the doorbell it’s broken!
Ellen: Underwear Model Contest
Ellen is looking for the first Ellen Underwear Model. Send her your pictures wearing Ellen underwear for a chance to win.
Today’s best contestants were Mark and William. Mark streaked at a Baltimore Ravens game wearing Ellen underwear and a cape. Ellen noticed his style was a little outdated, so she sent him a new striped pair and matching cape. He accessorized the look with a fur hat and large axe for that woodland type.
William said he would be sending in submissions until Ellen named him the winner. His poses included watching Ellen, mopping the floors and reading 50 Shades of Grey. Ellen said he would have had a better shot if he had been reading her book Seriously, I’m Kidding. She sent him a copy so he can study up.
Ellen: William Hallman Weather Kid
Third grader William Hallman is fascinated by the weather. Ellen was quite taken with him when he appeared on his local weather station to do a kids report. He has improved a lot since then, but he’s still not quite sure where to look.
William said he first started liking weather on May 31 2011. A tornado warning went through his town, and while some kids would have been afraid, William fell in love with the weather. He wants to be a weatherman when he grows up. “I realized that this is the thing for me,” William said. “It describes me!”
Ellen tried to help him do the weather, but she only made things harder for him. “You really don’t know what you’re doing!” William said.
For making the weather so difficult for William, Ellen gave him his own weather center that he can learn with.