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Archive for February 12th, 2010

Stealth film plots and song lyrics on Christian channel

Posted by Martin Poulter on 12 February 2010

When British cable channel Christ TV invites people to submit personal testimonials, Youtube user raepmykipz is happy to oblige. His emails, read out by the clueless hosts,  paraphrase the Family Guy theme tune, a monologue from Taxi Driver, the plots of Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Star Wars, The Smiths’ Panic, and of course Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up. His finest moment, though, is getting a Hitler speech read out on air. Found via the Irish version of The Independent.

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Japanese binocular football

Posted by glittrgirl on 12 February 2010

You may have seen this before, but if you suffer from February Blues it’s bound to lift your spirit. I think it should be a new olympic sport, along with baguette jousting, persistent queuing and tiddlywinks.

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Emails from an asshole

Posted by Martin Poulter on 12 February 2010

John Lindsay has interesting ideas on how to conceal weaponry. Thanks Ryan for the link. Should I be ashamed that I laughed at Racist Microwave Buyer?

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Beardyman – Dolbyman

Posted by Martin Poulter on 12 February 2010

Beardyman’s colossal talent for mouth-based music and comedy results in yet another awesome video, this time with the help of Dolby Laboratories.  Spot the tributes to Bootsy Collins, David Byrne and others…

Edit: the video was taken off Vimeo when this was first posted, but as of July 2010 has been put on Beardyman’s YouTube channel.

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Slap it with meat for best results

Posted by Martin Poulter on 12 February 2010

Gloves interfering with the iPhone’s touch-screen? Use a snack sausage stylus, like they do in South Korea. (Thanks Ryan for the link).

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