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Here watch this! If you don’t know what this is a parody of then shame on you! Shaaaaaame.
I know it is a day late…but here is a little gift from me and they lovely people at Cartoon Network to you. Make it through the whole way, it is totally worth it.
Most of the slang that Snoop Dog is teaching Martha Stewart is pretty outdated. I think it is a trap! Although their sexual chemistry is palpable, though what rap star doesn’t have chemistry with Martha.
Horatio Sanz, comedian and cast member of SNL from 1998 to 2006 has shed over 100 pounds, and now he is actually pretty hot. Weird. I always loved Horatio on Saturday Night Live, the 39 year old played one of my favorite characters from that era, Carol. He always looked like he was having so much fun playing her, although he usually looked like he was having so much fun on SNL in general. He and Jimmy Fallon (what happened to his career by the way?) were always laughing at inappropriate moments.
Watch the Intro here… it is worth the 15 seconds.
Good for him! Even though I will never see that obese dream Carol again, I think it was worth it for the health bonus and new lease on life that I am sure Sanz has.
RIP Carol 2004-2006
In honor of her untimely demise, check out this clip from The Key Party.
I thought I would celebrate all this trendy vampire watching (The Twilight Debut and the Season Finale of True Blood) with the best music video about vampires there ever was. I laughed sooooo hard. Thanks DJ Bobo.
How does nobody know about this?
You know that video where everyone is at the summit hosted by Bush and nobody is shaking his hand? How he looked so sad and everyone considered it a snub to the most unpopular kid on the block? Well that shit is false…as is proved here.
Seriously, he must. His peen is probably falling off. He hits on everything that moves! Recently he was doing an interview with 22 year old Sarah Ball of Newsweek about his new movie JCVD, which is all about himself…fascinating. The married (to wifey number five), 48 year old actor, took the opportunity to stop talking about his movie and blatantly hit on the young journalist.
There ‘ s a monologue in the film about being a washed-up action star. Did you improvise that?
I like structure—like driving: go past the school on the street, stay on the right side, no hitting the car, go in right, you’ll see a big church, stop and take a left, and you’ll have it. By doing this I’m giving a structure of life, a path of light, and showing what happens between me and me, which is something very beautiful.
I really opened myself up in “JCVD.” I peeled back the skin of the fruit, cut the pulp and then took that very hard seed. In this film I cut that hard seed, and inside that seed was a kind of liquid cream substance of the man I am, or the woman you are.
It was like being naked—I would love to be naked in front of you.
Well, I —
Not being naked being naked. I say such things in Hong Kong and they thought I was being a crazy Frenchman. Being naked of protection.
So you ‘ ve no regrets at all?
Believe me—I’ve done very good stuff and very crazy stuff, and I don’t regret the crazy stuff. So are you in New York?
Yes, I am.
And are you 27, or 32?
I ‘ m 22.
Oh, f–––. That is very young. Will you come to the premiere?
I don ‘ t know. When is it?
I don’t know. You will wear all black, a black dress and high heels?
You can come find me, I will be the one with the very broad shoulders, dark hair and a simple suit. We can have some champagne, you and me.
All I have to say after that is: Really? Really? How often does this work for you? Cause this is really not smooth. It just makes me want to vomit in my mouth. Tsk.
…For these little girls at least, was when David Cook, not David Archuleta won American Idol…it is a day that will live in infamy. Seriously though, I could not stop laughing after the news dropped.
“That loser doesn’t even shave!”
Amy Poehler along with a couple of friends, Meredith Walker and Amy Miles, have started an online tv show called Smart Girls at the Party, a show that “celebrates extraordinary individuals who are changing the world by being themselves.” The show focuses on young girls, going through that vulnerable age between 12-14, and what they do that gives them passion. It is pretty much amazing.
Check out the first episode here.
On a side note I really love the theme song. Hells yes to yodeling.