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Phenomenon of fat kids who wear t-shirts while swimming


Fat Kid Successfully Avoids Ridicule By Swimming With Shirt On

I love Best Week Ever and I love this little video.

“Fat boy ‘almost like other kids’ when shirt kept on”

The news anchors are amazing here… 

Fat Hedgehog

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Rock, Paper, Scissors

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Plan your trick-o-treatin’ RIGHT.

(From Collegehumor.com)

Trick-or-Treating Guide

Where to go, and what to expect when you get there:
A. Shady Ponds Senior Community
– Werther’s
– Raisins
– Pennies
– Grapes that hold the distant promise of one day being raisins
– Obsolete candy from the ’50s, i.e. Yessuh™ brand Darkies
– Husband’s ashes

B. Overenthusiastic A-Hole Lane
– Man who hides in bushes, waiting to pounce (rumored Vietnam vet)
– Self-proclaimed defender of the Halloween Spirit who refuses to give candy to kids without costumes, doesn’t count “Pillowcase Face”
– Man who dresses up as something inappropriately horrifying (past costumes include Late Stage Pancreatic Cancer Victim and Neo-Nazi)

C. Desperate To Be A Cool Dad Street
– Unguarded basket filled with King Size Snickers, marked “Take One Only Please”
– Guilt
– Two King Size Snickers bars crudely taped together and marked “Emperor Size” (this is the ultimate house, unless you really like steak)
– Steak. Succulent, freshly-grilled slabs of USDA Grade-A marinated London Broil
– Candy Cigarettes

D. Mom Told Us Not To Go Here Alley
– Real Cigarettes
– Cans of spray paint and keys to his ex-wife’s house
– Just about anything in exchange for a bottle of Jim Beam – living room chairs, light fixtures, credit cards. Note: Make sure you bring a bottle of Jim Beam
– Unguarded basket filled with unsheathed razorblades, marked “Take As Many As You Want”
– An actual axe murderer. Dangerous, but he gives out King Size Zagnuts (your call)

E. The Dentist
– Unprecedented amounts of candy
– His business card

F. The Guy Who Pretends Not To Be Home
– An unspoken agreement that his house will be toilet papered

G. The Inventor of Runts
– Apology

Colbert 2008?

I guess we could say we’ve been hoping/expecting this from Stephen Colbert.

 I’ve heard around the block that him running would be a wake-up call to the other candidates and people in office, which I agree with. I’m so used to seeing him joke about everything…what would his state of the unions be like? Interesting proposition right?

Movie picks for 2008

I’m pretty sure I posted before about how I love movies. Well this coming year’s selection looks ripe and I’m excited to share some of my potential favorites with you:

Be Kind Rewind – Cast: Jack Black, Mos Def, Danny Glover, Melonie Diaz, Mia Farrow
The Buzz: Michel Gondry’s twisted comic tale of the magic of filmmaking. Jack Black plays Jerry, a junkyard worker who inadvertently causes his brain to become magnetized, leading to the unintentional destruction of all the movies in his friend’s (Mos Def) video rental store. In order to keep the store’s one loyal customer, an elderly lady with a tenuous grasp on reality, the pair re-create a long line of films, putting themselves and their townspeople into it.

21 – Cast: Jim Sturgess, Kevin Spacey, Kate Bosworth, Laurence Fishburne, Aaron Yoo
The Buzz: Based on the book Bringing Down the House, 21 is the fact-based story about six MIT students who were trained to become experts in card counting and subsequently took Vegas casinos for millions in winnings.

Wanted – Cast: Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy, Morgan Freeman, Terence Stamp, Common
The Buzz: Based on the Mark Millar graphic novel about a young man (McAvoy) finds out his long lost father is an assassin. And when his father is murdered, the son is recruited into his father’s old organization and trained by a man named Sloan (Freeman) to follow in his dad’s footsteps.

Speed Racer – Cast: Emile Hirsch, Christina Ricci, Susan Sarandon, Matthew Fox, John Goodman, Scott Porter
The Buzz: Based on the classic 1960’s Japanese animated series, The Wachowski Brothers (Matrix) direct the story of a young race car driver as he attempts to obtain glory, with the help of his family and the Mach 5, the advanced car created by his father.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall – Cast: Apatow regulars Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd and Bill Hader and Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, Jason Segel, Kristen Wiig
The Buzz: Another Judd Apatow comedy which is sure to please. Jason Segel plays Peter Bretter, who takes a Hawaii vacation in order to deal with recent break-up with his TV star girlfriend, Sarah Marshall (Kristen Bell). Little does he know Sarah’s traveling to the same resort as her ex … and she’s bringing along her new boyfriend.

James Bond 22 – Cast: Daniel Craig, Goran Visnjic, Judi Dench, Giancarlo Giannini, Jesper Christensen
The Buzz: It’s Bond, what more can you say? Daniel Craig returns as agent 007. Not much is known about this film as of yet. All we do know is that this movie is going to be the first ever direct sequel to another official James Bond film (Casino Royale)

Those are just some that I am personally interested in seeing. Go HERE for the full 55 that are discussed!

Who works in an office? Ever want to bitch about it?

This is hilarious…totally anonymous and truly relate-able.

http://www.trueofficeconfessions.com/

One is:  “I date a chick so I can stay over on nights when I need to be in the office earlier. From her place, I save 30 minutes”