Why does he hold up the sword against whatever he cuts? Are we supposed to be impressed by the thickness of the materials?
OH SHIT HE TOTALLY CUT THAT CARBOARD IN HALF
NO MORE WILL I BE A SLAVE TO MY CORRUGATED OVERLORDS
Hooper_X - 2009-02-28 "It's an ideal sword for those with the physical stature and strength to wield it."
LARGE WARRIOR BLOCKING THEORY.
Hooper_X - 2009-02-28 Oh yeah, five stars for the Serious Faces that guy makes. He's all YEAH THAT'S RIGHT PIG. MAKE MY FUCKING DAY. YOU BACON MOTHERFUCKER I'M GONNA EAT YOU LATER YOU FUCKING DELICIOUS PIG OH GOD I CAN'T WAIT UNTIL YOU ARE A HAM.
Squeamish - 2009-03-01 Five stars for Hooper's comment alone.
A billion stars for the look on fat bearded lumberjack's face when the katana does NOT go all the way through the foamcore samurai.
kennydra - 2009-03-01 OMG GUYS. I got two DVDs from this company in the mail the other day. I am so friggin' stoked to watch them. I might get some friends together and have a drinking game or something. This shit is so hilarious. Yes, the facial expressions. SRS BSNS (ooh, new license plate).
socialist_hentai - 2009-03-01 I'm pretty sure it wasn't "originally used against cavalry". And get a proper pig! not one of those pansy soft gutted pigglets! a proper 200kg raw pig with a full set of intestines and vital organs!
Baby Finster - 2009-03-01 I like the little wind-up skips he takes before each cut. He wields that thing like it was a sharpened baseball bat.
allcaps - 2009-03-01 It's closer to that than a samurai sword, I suspect.
fermun - 2009-03-01 I ordered DVDs from this company like 4 or 5 weeks ago. I expect to get them soon. I can not wait.
Cube - 2009-03-01 Is that some sort of pun on "Oh Canada"?