If your MoronUnited‘s manager, you might need to be more specific on how he should get stuff done. But as a former movie theater employee, I salute you, good sir, for throwing out Milk Duds the awesome way.
Animator Adam Brown brings us a taste of what it would be like if Calvin and Hobbes became a TV show. Brown based his 28 second video on the cartoon strip above.
While it was only an experiment of sorts, would a real Calvin and Hobbes television show be too much to ask for? Because I would watch this every Saturday morning with a bowl of cereal in hand. We need good Saturday morning cartoons back on TV. Stat.
YouTuber Jeff Wysaski (a.k.a. pleatedjeans) wonder what would happen if he were different animals.
While he jumps into a box as a cat (accurate!), is scared of a vacuum as a dog, and runs into a window as a fly, no animal is left behind. He even shows just how sad being a t-rex would be as he tries his best to reach for that damn bottle of coke. Those damn short arms of theirs!
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Soldier and redditor Rapid_Bombarder recently posted this letter he received from an eighth grader named Giselle.
The letter was quite sweet and hit all the right points as she paid him quite the compliment, asked him about his life and gave a quick description of herself. Though the icing of the cake has to be the puking unicorn she drew at the bottom of the page. I think her accuracy is spot on as the unicorn is throwing up glitter and farting rainbows (JUST LIKE GIRLS!).
According to his original post, Rapid Bombarder said it brightened up his day, which coincidentally, was his birthday. Best. Birthday. Message. Ever.
Press day for any entertainer is a total bore. You’re stuck in one room for a whole entire day where you must spend your time is answering the same three questions as shot out by journalists (trust us, we know the questions suck but we’re obligated ask). So of course we’re going to love it when a journalist and star both decide to go off the rails and have a normal conversation.
Enter Mila Kunis.
Just to set the record straight, Kunis was everyone’s imaginary BFF before Jennifer Lawrence hit it big with the Hunger Games. Kunis is a natural when it comes to interviews—befriending journalists, confessing that yes, people do shout “Shut up, Meg!” at her on the streets, and being on the ready when it comes to defending her friends whether it’s in english or Russian.
So yeah, she was total cool when BBC1′s Chris Stark just wanted to shoot the shit with her and eventually, tried to ask her out. For the record, she seemed like she total would’ve said yes if she wasn’t working.
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1. Lamb Chop’s play along! I purposely didn’t post, ‘the song that never ends,” You’re welcome.
2. Suntot’s and the Smoggies, or Stop the Smoggies in the US.
3. Bobby’s World Read more…
Fanfarlo – A fascinating group the UK who’s live show is energetic, eclectic and wonderful all at the same time. Brilliant instrumentation. Soaring hooks that transport the audience right out of the tent. A true collective of musicians who clearly love what they do and who they are. Arguably the next Arcade Fire. Do not miss their live show.
Nneka – A truly unifying artist. Her raw talent and sheer emotion captivated skater kids and old record execs alike. You get the idea that she’s singing about what she knows… which unfortunately is a whole lot of pain. Nonetheless, it takes someone remarkably special to transform that into the beautifully instrumented gems that she belts out onstage. This year will be remembered as the year that Nneka came to town.