Rummelsnuff’s “Salutare” Video, Ft. Wonderhussy!

Remember how last month, I was hanging out with Käpt’n Rummelsnuff and his First Mate Christian at their desert compound in Wonder Valley?? And remember how they filmed a music video for their new single, “Salutare,” with me and my sis and background dancers??

HERE IT IS!!! Enjoy this glimpse into the fabulous life at the Cat Ranch in Wonder Valley…

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I am a foul-mouthed, flat-chested bon vivant and adventuress who likes to curse, drink, smoke and run around nude, and I refuse to kow-tow to the bourgeois moral code of the day. I’ve lived in Vegas over ten years, and have a few stories to tell. I roll around town in a truck stocked with a Breathalyzer and a swizzle stick, a spare pair of panties and two stun guns. Don’t fuck with me!
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14 Responses to Rummelsnuff’s “Salutare” Video, Ft. Wonderhussy!

  1. Peanut says:

    Was there a Production Assistant whose job in the credits was “Torso Oiling”?

  2. John says:

    This video would have left Beavis and Butthead speechless.

  3. Jimbo says:

    What type of bovine steroid is this dude on?

  4. Jim says:

    (note the Jim above is not me)

    I thought the video was awesome! Kudos…

  5. Dan says:

    Didn’t understand a word they sang but cool video just the same. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Tatiana says:

    EPIC! What did they sing in? German for Käpt’n Rummelsnuff and Romanian for Christian? Now I am curious and fascinated….I know you written about him before but what does Käpt’n Rummelsnuff do and has he ever been to Burning Man…..?
    How did you meet and become friends? You should bring him some kielbasa from the Polish Deli on Charleston and Jones next time you visit him!

  7. wonderhussy says:

    Very impressive, Tatiana!!!! Christian is indeed singing in Romanian…it’s a folk song about springtime coming 🙂 And der Kapt’n is speaking German. Neither has been to Burning Man, but holy OMFG it would be soooooo amazing if they came!!

  8. hh.lohmann says:

    Well, with that very creative interpration of Vasile Alecsandri’s naive poem “Primavara” (Springtime) you should also work on the German part – I’d be more than courious what your exegesis might be for that …

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