Anywho, I'm taking the easy way out and posting some truly hilarious lists that made my inner 12 year-old spew milk from his nose.
Both of the lists are from Happyplace.com. This website is da bomb! I want to work for them and spend my professional day scanning the interwebs for the most absurd things to share.
Even if you totally don't get the idea or usefulness of Twitter, you can appreciate these smart-ass comments made to celebrity's tweets. For those unfamiliar, the text after the "RT" is the celebrity's tweet. The comment prior to the "RT" is the smart-ass's. Enjoy!
|i don't think he does|
|hours of endless fun|
|touche, douche bag|
|ha ha! asshat|
|earth to yoko|
These hysterical retorts almost make me want to follow these imbeciles. Almost. The full listing is here.
This next one is totally right up my alley. It's from a list of unintentionally offensive sticker placements.
|and for only $250!|
|looks like his inside is hanging out|
|gotta teach 'em young|
|so this is why they had to move west|
Unintentional, my ass. The link to the full site is here. Read them and share them with others who are as twisted and demented as you.
And for the Trifecta of funny, a little Guster frivolity. I've written about Guster before. They're a delightful pop band whose shows are huge fun. Everyone leaves happy. One of their trademarks is choosing a different, oddball cover song to perform every night.
A couple weeks ago in New England, Will Forte (of SNL McGruber fame) joined Guster not once, but twice to sing each evening's cover gem. The first was Air Supply's "All out of Love".
Forte got HUGE flack via interweb comments over wearing the band's t-shirt to the show. Apparently it's uber nerdy. Whatev. The next meeting, Will was better prepared.
Puts you in mind of Robert Stack in Airplane, right?
You can read all about it in this Boston review here.
Well, that's the end of my drivel. Hopefully inspiration will strike soon. Otherwise, see you in a month or so.