There was a legend around the village. A legend of an hombre who could salsa like no other.
His moves were known throughout the land. Throughout the ages.
He was … David Salschuleta….
He could leap from the bottom of a waterfall….
… to the top… in a single bound.
How could I be like this hombre?
Learn his captivating Latino ways?
First, I must learn the guitar.
David Salschuleta was never heard actually playing the guitar but he held it in his hands like a virtuoso.
NO ONE strummed those silent strings like Salschuleta.
I now knew my mission. To look like I could play it as well as he looked like he could play it. And I knew just who could help me.
My identical twin great-great-great-grand-cousin.
Wait, I know … there’s now an app for that!
A few iPhone taps later and BAM!
Guitar-holding lessons from one of the best!
And voilà … now holding a guitar like a pro… impressing all the chicas in town….
And where did Salschuleta learn his skillzz?
PLOT TWIST: Turns out he had the same app… and the same great-great-great-grand cousin.
And we all lived Nunca Pensé’d ever after.
“And we all lived Nunca Pense’d ever after.”
Bahaha….”wait I know…there’s an app for that” lolol. Keep the fabulous posts coming TOFan…always gives me a great laugh 😆😆
Thank you Tofan, for pulling all the pieces together for us. BTW. I believe I saw Ricky Archuleta in one of those screen caps. Another cousin perhaps?
Haha, love your video out takes TOfan. Love the story of Mr. Salschuleta! Thanks again for your great humour and the time you put in to these terrific posts….and I see you will be on hiatus for a bit, a peaceful time to you. In the meantime you leave us all rather Nunca Pense’d.
Ha, Ricky Archuleta just may be another cousin oliveoil. 🙂
HILARIOUS as usual TOfan!!
And HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!
It’s TOfan’s Birthday? Many Happy Birthday wishes to you! ❤
Happy Birthday, Tofan. Feliz cumpleanos !!!
you should write a book of laughs. love this one too