If you’re going to follow anyone on Vine these days, make sure its former MADtv star Will Sasso.
Sasso is obviously a funny man and is probably one of the few people who can use Vine to their full advantage. I mean, have you seen Vine Peek? Nine out of ten videos are bored teenagers filming themselves in the cafeteria (we already know what bad cafeteria food looks like so please, get off my internet).
Anyways, Sasso has an ongoing lemon sight gag that only he could make enjoyable. Thankfully, some genius put them all together for our amusement.
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Playing tricks on your pets are a lot of fun.
While I’m not able to do much to my fish Dudley (other than smacking the fish tank), feeding bitter fruits such as lemons to your dog can provide some light-hearted entertainment.
But on the other hand, you got to feel for the dog. The sour taste must have been difficult to bear!
Note: See the bottom of this article for a free download from Amos The Transparent, plus their new video!
Most bands don’t go from recording their debut in a bona fide studio to tracking the next release in their drummer’s mother’s basement. Or at least not of their own will. But that’s exactly the unlikely order of things Amos the Transparent have chosen, and it’s turning out to lead them along a favourable path.
After hefty studio bills the first time around and struggling under time restraints, the band decided to go easy on themselves for the next record. They split time between lead singer and mastermind Jonathan Chandler’s home and the basement of Chris Wilson’s mother while she was away in Florida, and rather than setting a deadline, they got together sporadically over what ended up being a nine-month period.
And so was born their sophomore EP, My, What Big Teeth You Have.
Chandler credits the laissez-faire approach to a better product, an album worthy to come on the heels of their acclaimed debut, Everything I’ve Forgotten to Forget. And one that has qualified the band for a Verge Artist of the Year nomination against nearly every heavyweight Canadian act out there. (Think: Feist, Tegan and Sara, The Tragically Hip, etc.)
Fully animated video for Amos The Transparent’s newest single Lemons (aka Big Fish Little Pond) by uber cool animation studio Digital Henchman. Vote for them in the XM Verge Music Awards! http://www.thevergeonline.com/vma/