|jreid - 2013-02-28 |
Made it 1 minute, 24 seconds.
|Old_Zircon - 2013-02-28 |
I wish I hadn't watched any of this, these people don't deserve any more attention.
|StanleyPain - 2013-02-28 |
About 1:40 for me. I thought I could just keep it on in the background, but fuck that shit.
|Mother_Puncher - 2013-02-28 |
He's probably also a libertarian, militant atheist and a brony who wrote a community college essay on how liberals are eroding freedom in Equestria.
The girl on the far left probably pokes people on occasion and pretends to share her body with the demon of some really random and lackluster celebrity like Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Her turn ons are blood and squishy things. Turn offs are veggies and her dad. She calls herself "Salty Gerbil".
The girl in the back is the big, boisterous leader of the drama club at the high school she used to attend. Once she graduated she felt she had a reputation to uphold so she volunteers there daily. Everyone is always on cue and everybody remembers their lines and every single day is a dress rehearsal. This has earned her the name Catherine "Jonathan Lipnicky" Fleischberg.
The girl second from the left is your average 50 Shades of Grey reader. All the readers actually. They say she has read the books as many times as their are people in America. She used to practice Wicca but now prefers the Goddess movement as it somehow ties into the "Twilight and Philosophy" books. Codename: Hooves
The guy on the end and the final member of the team is Charlie Twotone aka "The Squid". No one can match his skill. He has the body of an over cooked noodle and a rapist's wit. Some say he sleeps only one hour a night and trains his body by stopping bullets with his face. If he ever took off his glasses you wouldnt be able to move because of his powers of hypnosis, much like that of the giant squid. Proceed with extreme caution.
And you expect me to steal a fedora from right under their noses?
That's what youve been hired to do. We will provide you with the intel and equipment you will need. If there is another agent, kill them. Spin control will take care of the mess
Rodents of Unusual Size
I wish I'd given more stars so I could give them to you.
Also this is one of the worst cults ever. And the greasiest.
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2013-02-28 |
Its so great that all these people found each other and travel in an orbit that stays away from me.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-03-01 |
To the point where there aren't enough fists in the world to punch them with.
Jet Bin Fever
I bet the guys at the card shop think they're cool!
This was posted on another web site I visit and a girl said she dated this guy briefly. He thinks he's going to be a big movie producer or something and has a giant ego. Also he's insufferable.
|Jericho - 2013-03-01 |
well, I'm not really a big fan of The Doors but I can see why hey wait a minute!!
|FABIO - 2013-03-01 |
I think the funniest single joke the ONN was during the Mac store spoof where topics of conversation include "How to meet girls NOT already in your improv troupe".
This is every amateur improv group I've ever known. A mix of nerds and drama club where the need for attention and feeling creative far outweighs any talent. The reason they don't do standup is that improv comes with a built in excuse for not being funny safety net, a self-imposed handicap of spontaneity.
MotherPuncher's comment about every day being a dress rehearsal hit extra close to home. I once volunteered to edit for someone's 48 hour film festival entry (never again) without knowing that it was a bunch of improv people (in fact the whole thing was 90% improv people because 48 hour film festivals also come with a built in excuse time constraint for why the final product sucks). The entire time it was nerds pitching improv routines off of each other. The most painful one was someone doing an impression of the king from the Zelda CDI cutscenes telling Link to get in a car and suck his dick. That was the entire joke :(
Improv nerd stereotypes include:
The "outgoing" nerd who probably took some drama. Always a beard and glasses, 50/50 on going fedora. 100% chance of having hosted a mustache party.
The introverted nerd introduced to improv by the outgoing nerd. Improv is the only portal to getting out of the house and feeling outgoing. Completely immerses self in 24/7 improv living rather than using it as a healthy springboard for other activities. The most common improv member.
The overweight unattractive girl who is still out of most nerds' league. Will eventually become the girlfriend of one of the nerds just so she has someone to come to every single one of her twice a week shows. Said boyfriend will always try to rope all his friends into coming to all the shows because secretly he knows that an audience is the only thing he brings to the table and is only one empty seat way from being dumped.
Improv is like punk (or noise) music: When it's done well it is vital and amazing, but the bar for entry is so low (all you need is a shitty guitar you can barely play, or a couple of pedals and a Radio Shack microphone, or a complete lack of self respect and suddenly you're doing punk/noise/improv) that it is very rarely done well.
It's really weird because the same applies to karaoke but you don't see nearly the same level of awful nerdiness (maybe if they played nothing but anime songs instead of pop?). I've also never seen such an incestuous entertainment venue. I swear 90% of the audience at improv shows are other improv performers all circle jerking each other. The other 10% are people roped into coming who have no idea what's in store.
The only people interested in stage magic are other magicians. This is probably true for every other niche performing skill.
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