Friday, January 18, 2002
You know Paul… playing with a puppet on a string is a lot like making love to a beautiful woman. You bend it in the right positions, pull your cord and show it every corner of the room .
Hey can I get you a beer? This one's on me. Maybe later I can get on you...
Thursday, January 17, 2002
A few weeks ago I posted a link to The Gobbler, the hotel from architectural hell. Now it’s time to give the site that brought us these pictures the credit it deserves. Here it goes: The Institute of Official Cheer is one of the finest sites around. Going against the stream of glorifying 50’s, 60’s and 70’s pop culture it mocks these eras' cookery, fashion (he just asks for it), art, pinups... I don’t know where he got all his material from, but it’s amazing.
Wednesday, January 16, 2002
Christmas is behind us, I hope you haven’t traumatized your or someone else’s kids by buying them presents like these. I myself am somewhat disappointed that nobody got me the Flaming Eyeball Antenna I asked for.
A virtual bible! Isn’t that great? I could do with some guidance. Scanning the web all day has made me come into contact with activities and people I would normally stay far away from. It’s even affecting my dreams now. They’re getting so freaky even Freakydreams is lost for words.
Tuesday, January 15, 2002
The Long Island Staylace Association claims that "there is little more erotically artistic than women clad in what is popularly known as "Victorian" corsetry". I choose to differ, just check out Spook.
Problems with the Euro? Use the Fart calculator
Monday, January 14, 2002
Unemployed? That's OK. So is Todd. And look how cool he is.
So far we've never published any direct links to frontal nudity (notice the careful 'so far'...). However, as a reaction to people considering masturbation the number one public health problem ("150,000 Americans are spanking the monkey right now!"), we do want to give a forum to girls like this.
Check this out. Once again a very enjoyable site to test your skills on the turntable. I know there are a lot of these around, but this one really is fun. And if a steady beat doesn't suffice to get you in a trance, this surely will.
Sunday, January 13, 2002
Now back to some Kitsh and cases of ‘so bad it’s brilliant': famous people singing and songs that never should have been made. First off, let’s check out Fade to Black’s Hall of shame featuring Pat Boone's version of Enter Sandman, Mr. Spock's killing of Proud Mary and William Shatner singing his legendary version of Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds. Second: MTV India’s Hall of shame with John Travolta, David Hasselhof, Joe Pesci, Clint Eastwood....(sadly, the songs are currently down due to heavy traffic). There’s a wealth of this stuff on the net. Hell, even Hulk Hogan sang as a song or two...
But the absolute king of weird and wonderful tunes is Frank Larosa of Frank's Vinyl Museum: The Internet Home of Weird Records featuring...William Shatner: Captain of the Starship; Beatle Barkers!!!; (my personal favourite) The Price Is Right: sexucational songs by Claudia Wheeler; politically incorrect blues Stoop Down Baby and let your daddy see; The 'other' album by the village people; the record that shows where Atomic Kitten came from...
The precious Ali and His Gang vs. Mr. Tooth Decay, Beer barrel Polka Disco.... Gracias Por La Musica ABBA in Spanish!! Carmen Opera played on the moog!! (For the moog fetsisjists.. check out MOOG!) Or what about the original Mission: Impossible or...Fonzie, Fonzie, He's Our Man!!! eeeyyyy!!! And to close off: the worst album ever made:Mrs. Miller's Greatest Hits...oh lord save us all..
(Thanks to Metafilter for busting this important topic wide open.)
Sorry for all you dial-ups, but it's movie time again: Friendlyneighbor productions presents: the redneck vampire. A documentary about the Vampire of The Deep South.