Rebecca: Can we vote for the biggest loser?
Sarah: Oh man, we've got a lot of losers. Who's the biggest?
Galen: I think Peaches is.
Rebecca: Can we do Mango vs Peaches?!
Diddle My Skittle
Galen: Peaches loses out due to the totally idiotic nature of the music.
Sarah: Let's listen to Bruce Cockburn again.
Galen: Arrgh. I don't care about either of them. I don't want to listen to either again.
Rebecca: Can we mash them together?
Sarah: Peaches and Mangomake a nice salad?
Galen: No-o-o they're both losers.
Listening to Mango
by Bruce Cockburn, 1999
“ She's got a mango in her garden: from the original tree
She's got a mango in her garden: shares it with me
Humid gleaming precious well, love to drink that water ”
Sarah: It sounds so sad! It's like Lovers In A Dangerous Time all over again.
Galen: It sounds like old people having sex. Really, it does.
Rebecca: Old, politically conscious people having intercourse.
Sarah: Maybe they're sad that the rest of the world doesn't have the beautiful gender relations that they do. What key is this in? It's weird to write a sex song in a minor key.
Galen: I'm just imagining some politically correct position that this might be suitable for.
Rebecca: Call it The Mango.
Galen: Maybe they aren't even having sex. They're just doing some kind of New Age courtship dance. (Does a sexy courtship dance.)
Galen: Diddle My Skittle loses! Biggest loser.
Biggest Loser: Diddle My Skittle