How the Yodeling Pickle Has Changed Our Life

The Yodeling PickleY’all haven’t seen me for a few weeks because I’ve been busy with my new Yodeling Pickle. We keep it on the kitchen table and visit with it often. Gone are those quiet mealtimes. My daughter is learning to yodel with it. I tell  you, this Yodeling Pickle is really jazzing up the Cowbell Castle, if you know what I mean.

Jaleta Clegg was the first one to turn me on to this amazing device when she commented on this post. And the reviews. Oh, the reviews… My favorite is below, but here is a link to all the 5-star reviews (over 400!). They are worth a gander.

It’s a great portable music solution
by Timboliah PantsOnFiyah

Accoutrements 11761 Yodelling Pickle (Toy)

I loaned my iPod to my kid and he broke it. This understandably bummed me out, since I really enjoy taking long walks on the beach while listening to some tune-age. I’m kinda low on funds, so buying a replacement iPod wasn’t an option for me. I was very fortunate to discover the Yodeling Pickle. I have been super pleased with the results. First of all, as luck would have it, the Yodeling Pickle just happens to yodel all of my favorite tunes that were stored on my iPod. Hits like “Bobbejaan Schoepen yodels the collected works of Black Sabbath” and of course Slim Whitman’s edgy yodeling rendition of “Baby Got Back.”

I have withheld one star from my review however, giving the Yodeling Pickle just four of five possible stars. There isn’t a headphone jack, which is only a problem if the folks around me don’t appreciate yodeling, (which almost NEVER happens). Also, I was accustomed to carrying the iPod strapped to my arm with the elastic armband accessory. Nothing like this is available for the pickle. On my beach walks, I’ve found that the pickle can be carried around by conveniently tucking it down into the front of my Speedo. I’ve met tons of nice ladies on the beach since scoring the pickle. I can only assume they dig yodeling as much as I do.

It’s a great portable music solution for yodeling fans. Cheaper than an iPod and the chicks seem to dig it.

Yodeling Pickle

The Yodeling Pickle – Unboxed


That’s quite an attractive item, isn’t it? And so touchable. It’s on sale from Amazon right now for about $12. Here’s the link, if you too must have one! Or buy two and give one as a stocking stuffer. The holidays are coming, you know.

I know you want to hear the melodic yodel, so I’ve made a short recording for you. I’ll bet you play it all day long. Perhaps you’ll even follow the gentleman’s example from above and wear it “on your person.”

Now that’s a bundle of magic for your Monday, right? Your day can only go down from here.

[OhmyGOD, the double entendres are everywhere.]

Do you own a yodeling pickle? What do you think of it as a stocking stuffer? Can you tell I laughed like a crazy woman the entire time I wrote this post? Enquiring minds always want to know these things here at More Cowbell!

~ Jenny

About Jenny Hansen

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10 Responses to How the Yodeling Pickle Has Changed Our Life

  1. K.B. Owen says:

    Wow, dinner AND a show! Perfect. Would probably drive my cat nuts. 😉

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  2. karenmcfarland says:

    Ha! At first I was afraid to find out what this Yodeling pickle was all about. lol. No telling what goes on here at More Cowbell. Hmm. I wonder what the pickle would sound like with the accompaniment of the cowbell? Now that might just be the ticket Jenny. But I can only imagine what it’s like around your dinner table at night. Never a dull moment at your house. 🙂

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    • Jenny Hansen says:

      NEVER a dull moment. And honestly, it wasn’t all “pickle time.” We had a few weeks with the cooties too. 🙂

      And OOOOOOOHHHH, I should absolutely try a pickle/cowbell concert. How fun would that be?

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  3. Well now – that cannot compete with my suggestion that you blog about the Phallus Museum in Iceland. Although, this yodeling pickle might fit in nicely as an exhibit there. Heck, maybe it already is an exhibit there.

    I’m not sure how or why people invent these things, but I’m sure glad they do. Hours of entertainment I tell you. The reviews are killing me. God bless Amazon huh?

    So, how well do you yodel?

    By the way, my mother used to yodel. I kid you not. And she didn’t even have one of these contraptions to learn from. It just came naturally to her. How weird is that? I mean, how do you even find out you can yodel? I come from a long line of freaks.

    Patricia Rickrode
    w/a Jansen Schmidt

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    • Jenny Hansen says:

      There is truly no competition to the phallus museum. And I am DYING to know who modeled for that one sculpture – you know the one I mean – and if they got dates by doing it.

      Your mother yodeled??! You know, that’s just not something you hear every day. I’m desperately impressed over here in SoCal.


  4. You’re the best Jenny! 🙂

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  5. yvettecarol says:

    Wow, thank goodness I read this just in time. I started shopping for stocking stuffers at the weekend. Silly me, there I was, buying felt tip pens and sharpeners, when all along I could have been buying the kids a yodelling pickle. Thank you, Jenny, for setting me straight. If you know what I mean! 😉

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