Look out doggie!
|The Mothership |
Hoe dee hum, well; look at her go. Ah here's her little friend, wonder if she's gonna cut him or where this is goi.... oh my, oh my yes, yes! yes! yes!
Stars, stars, stars. Mostly for the practice they put into that but the execution is damn near as sweet as their grandma.
Cheerleader Ninja... coming soon to FOX.
(I have to admit, I don't watch much TV anymore. So if there is a more appropriate channel to be airing such a show, please feel free to correct.)
Discovery Channel could air that show with no problem, and you wouldn't tell the difference. Then history channel will air a special called "CHEERLEADER NINJAS AND THE YEAR 2012"
2 for the Corgi, 2 for dead grandma, and 1 for fuckface with a butterfly knife coming out holding a beer and then joining in the dance like it ain't no thang.
I feel like I should say something really snide but this is too damn adorable.
The birth of a meme is like watching the universe come into being.
After watching this clip with a friend, I got a phone call out of nowhere. The soothing voice on the other end said that I will feel pretty okay about stuff in seven days.
-1 star for no one getting cut
|Corpus Delectable |
Grandma is sitting there thinking, "Your Grandpa Carl's genes turned out a lot weaker and dorkier than I expected. How long now until I can escape my shame through sweet death?"
Is anyone getting a viral advertising vibe from this?
They've been uploading stuff for four years, I think it's less about being viral than it is about it being a deliberate, choreographed routine. Their favorites list has Flaming Lips in it, they know what's up.
|Robin Kestrel |
The painting is circa-1950s print of "Country Boy" by Tovine. It depicts a kid in a straw hat with a neckerchief and a double-handled water jug.
At first I thought it was a farm boy with a rocket launcher in hand, which was driving me insane cause it couldn't possibly have been that.
I thought this was kind of endearing.
I would probably watch this for hours
|Caminante Nocturno |
This is wonderful.
Crossing the boundaries between art and chain-mailed videos from your sister.
It's not really submission-worthy but they have an instructional video up now. No swords, though.
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