|lucienpsinger - 2008-12-16 |
Even though the evidence is right in front of me, and even having been exposed to as much stupid, horrible shit as I have, I still have a hard time believing this is real.
It is. I request that you track down Etheridge's complete milieu and share it with us, I was reading up on him and he appears to be a genius of terrible.
Wow. The guy did nothing for fifteen years, and then in the last few he's released two per year, with titles like "Stoned Dead" and "Dying for Dollars." I've at least gotta get my hands on F.A.R.T.
|Hooker - 2008-12-16 |
I bought this at Wal-Mart in a multi-feature DVD a while back and when I opened it, instead of FART: The Movie and I think something about Cheerleaders, I was treated to two crappy goth documentaries shot in the woods with someone's dad's home camera. Although, I suppose it's for the better, as I can't watch it by myself and my friends all refused to watch it.
It wasn't that. It was some really shoddy 4-in-1 thing that Wal-Mart Canada was selling (does Wal-Mart Proper sell liquidation-grade bizarre shit?), and then there was no fucking FART in it.
I did buy like five of those 50-in-1s just so I could get my hands on The Impossible Kid, though.
|boba. - 2008-12-17 |
i love the 80s aesthetic when watching video like this
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-12-17 |
This is beautiful. A million stars for a lost classic refound again!
|King of Balls - 2008-12-18 |
The editing turns this into a Tim & Eric sketch.
I remember coming across this in one of those retarded novelty magazines when I was but a lad and thinking "what sort of undesirable would order this"? My dad did just that a couple of weeks later. Fuck.
|UnderANeonHalo - 2008-12-20 |
I remember they used to sell this in "things you never knew existed: and other things you can't possibly live without", I always wondered what the hell it could be about. Man, that catalog was full of insane shit nobody ever ordered.
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