On YouTube, it’s not uncommon that the comments are usually three times better than the actual video itself. That’s why I always make it a point to scroll down skim through the comments that are usually grammatically incorrect, poorly written and HILARIOUS.
In case you don’t know, Psy’s “Gangnam Style” music video went “viral” a couple weeks ago. The song is about an affluent part of the city of Seoul that is often compared to Beverly Hills. In the music video, Psy tries to win the affection of his ideal girl, who’s a classy chick during the day but parties hardy at night.
He recently did a live performance and we’d comment, but 1) we’re utterly confused and 2) we really can’t top these comments:
1) “This video had so much swag I became pregnant from watching it. And I’m a guy.” — DarbonTheSpartan
2) “OPEN CONDOM STYLE” — MrQZWarrior
3) “Still a better love story than twilight.” — ImyurZero
4) “…And with that the world’s most effective form of birth control advertisement was born. OPEN CONDOM STYLE.” — supersquirrel323
5) “KIM JONG UN APPROVES.” — smbndt
See the original music video here: Read more…
Yikes. Looks like Joseph Gordon-Levitt got into a bit of trouble for his comments during a Comic-Con panel this week.
Promoting his new film Looper with co-stars Bruce Willis and Emily Blunt, Gordon-Levitt tread into dangerous water when he complimented Blunt’s sense of humour by saying: “She’s funny…and let’s face it, most pretty girls aren’t funny.”
But while co-star Blunt tried to mask her shock compounded by the moderator’s attempt to joke about how pretty women don’t need to try to be funny, the 50/50 actor quickly backtracked and said, “I don’t want to make sweeping generalizations.”
I know we all say a lot of stupid things in life, but I really hope you didn’t mean that. There are several gorgeous and hilarious women in the world! Think Emma Stone, Tina Fey or Mila Kunis! Even your pal Zooey Deschanel is quite funny as well.
And besides, the idea of beauty is subjective.
Every so often when you’re watching a completely normal video on YouTube, you scroll down and read a light-over-your-head EPIPHANY-worthy comment that changes everything about your whole perception of the clip.
After reading these particular comments, I’m never going to think of these celebrities in the same way again. Drake is a rake. Katy Perry is a beloved crackhead (who we love). And a member of Walk off the Earth is a sea captain (see it?). Mind blown. [Source]
Check them out here:
Katy Perry and Rihanna are crackheads
Walk off the Earth is a sea captain Read more…
It’s already no surprise to anyone that a lot of people are unable to tolerate Nickelback’s music.
But surprisingly in this video, they remain very tolerable…and actually quite funny. *GASP*
I’ll admit that I am not a big fan of Nickelback. But while I don’t like their music, it’s not as unbearable to the point that my ears are going to start bleeding.
I just think people like to exaggerate and be haters.
OK – this is now getting overblown. The Human Rights Campaign is speaking out against Chris Brown for his gay comments, telling TMZ his comments were “just plain unacceptable.”
A spokesperson tells the website, “Invoking words meant to demean gay Americans is just plain unacceptable. Chris Brown should know better.”
The rep adds, “He irresponsibly neglected to recognize the impact of his words and the unacceptable message that it sends to couple the word gay with negative actions.”
Here we go again. Everyone really needs to chill out!