Hey, I'm here.

Can't you see me?

Not her, silly.

Me.

I heard that you find me boring.

Did you know it's because whenever I'm around you, I get tongue-tied?

But it's too late now.

I hope she makes you happy.
If I don't get help I'm going to become anorexic.

I'm way too afraid to get help.
I want to hug every single person who has put something on here.
10 Fascinating Facts About Sesame Street

Rubber Duckie is Ernie’s signature song, which, as you might guess, is a tribute to his Rubber Duckie. It had the distinction of being both number 16 on Billboard’s “Hot 100 Singles” in 1970 and being nominated for a Grammy for Best Recording For Children (which was beaten by The Sesame Street Book & Record). 

The first instance of the song appearing came in episode 78, when Ernie sang the song in his bathtub. The song has since been rerecorded a few times with different voice actors, but the same rubber duckie has always been used to match the sound of the original. 

Other artists have also covered the song. Bob McGrath and Little Richard have both done recordings at one point. Most recently, the song was hummed in a 2010 episode. You can listen to the song here.

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I feel like I'm loosing all my friends.

They're all obsessed with social media.

I'm trying to prove I can have friends without it though.

If I try to make new friends I feel like I'm just a bug.

I hate my social life.
My best friends I've ever had aren't there for me.

They've become strangers and I find myself feeling uncomfortable around them, just as they do with me.

I've never been this lonely before.