This morning I was perusing Fabulon on the laptop at home before we left for work (If you don't know Fabulon I should say that it's brilliant, with the occasional not entirely safe for work moment), and Doc C likes to read that over my shoulder, so we both ended up watching an early 80s music video from someone called Ellen Foley. The video was weirdly great, the song not so much our cup of tea and inevitably the chorus got stuck in Doc's head.
As you know the only way to get rid of a song stuck in your head, is either to hear it again or listen to something even more catchy. It was therefore my job to find another, more acceptable, ear-worm to replace the song I'd inadvertently jammed into the Doc's cranium, and so on the way to work I played a carefully selected play list of songs. To kick off I went with The Red Hot Chili Peppers version of "Love Roller-coaster" (which has an excellent use of kazoo), followed by as much of the latest Kylie album as we could fit in, making sure we heard both "Two hearts" and "Boombox" because they are quite possibly the ear-wormiest.
It was a very fun journey to the office today.