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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Jared Lash, Jan 31, 2014.
I can't stop watching/listening to this.
I have no idea what Murray Head looks like or if there's ever been a music video made for the song "One Night in Bangkok" but as far as I'm concerned, it would now be redundant.
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I stopped watching w/o a problem!
You read Cracked?
Reminded me of this, for some reason. I have no idea why.
Meh. Just came off as another Tim and Eric rip-off to me.
He should hook up with this chick!
You're dead inside.
I actually found it as a related video for an Eartha Kitt song but the comments made me look up the Cracked article. It's apparently not a joke as these guys have done a couple full albums now.
Maybe. Does she also enjoy being well dressed and the occasional crack rock?
You will either absolutely hate it, or it will become one of your new favorite things ever. You're welcome either way.
I like those odds. Viewing mode engaged.
They were all funny, especially the first one.
I still want to know the deal with "The Champagne Taste" because right now I'm assuming it's genuine and thus pegging the meter for unintentional comedy.
No way this is genuine.
The opposite happened to me once though like a decade ago or more when this hit the internet in the wake if 911 and I was certain it was a joke, i even shown it to people as a comedy sketch:
and years later i realised...apparently it wasnt a joke, i just could not fathom someone could produce this without a hint of irony, i still cant. His face alone looks like a joke
89 mph on Lake Shore Drive is pretty fast. Speed limit's 40, I'd say the average speed is 50-60. To be drunk on top of that would be scary.
Driving on LSD, it's a very scenic drive.
Lake Shore Drive at night is one of my favorite things.
Having shown this video to my wife I've subsequently started engaging in the divorce worthy practice of performing a task (taking out garbage, paying bills, reading the paper etc) and saying "Oh No!" in an alarmed voice. When my wife looks over concerned I use my best falsetto and sing "I shouldn't be driving this car".
She went from mildly annoyed to very annoyed and is now in that brief window where she finds it funny.
At one time our household had three rules established by the girlfriend:
1) Not while I'm asleep
2) Not in the butt
3) No talking like Pedro
The first two were adopted at nearly the outset of our relationship. The third was an amendment shortly after the release of Neapolean Dynamite on DVD, because, like you, I found inserting quotations throughout the day from something that struck me as pure hilarity was appropriate and tolerable. My 49% stock in our relationship outvoted.
Stuttering like Michael Palin in A Fish Called Wanda really gets 'em going.
BTW that song is infectious as hell.
Yeah, it's a nasty little earworm.
Number two is a deal breaker for me
Oh, and before you say anything, I'm referring to her butt, not mine
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