Posts Tagged ‘youtube’

FUN FUN FUN FUN. Looking forward to the weekend

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

Are you like me?  Do you find anything, anything to distract you from studying for finals?

Does that anything sometimes include making fun of 13 year old girls?  Oh, Ark Music Factory, why did you ever introduce the internet to Rebecca Black’s Friday?

In case you are wondering what I am talking about, here is the video:

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YouTube Direkt

Oh my gosh, it is horrible.  Yes, she spends part of the song explaining the order of the days.  The other half of the lyrics are the phrases “Friday”, “Fun Fun Fun”, and “looking forward to the weekend.”  And in case you were wondering what the song would have been like if Bob Dylan had performed it, there are about a billion fun covers of this song.

And in case Rebecca Black’s video did not fill you up, she has tons of other newly teen-ed friends with videos to laugh at.

Why Justin Bieber?  Why?  Why would you ever open the door  for this?  I blame you!

Suddenly I never want breakfast foods...

Happy Procrastination :)

A Procrastinator’s Guide to YouTube

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

Rather than check Facebook and get sucked into an abyss of uninteresting statuses and frat party photos, take a study break to watch a YouTube video or two.  Here are a few of the best sorted by topic:

Good ‘Ol Physical Mishap

Questionable whether or not anyone in this video should be jumping hurdles…

or running at all…

Scarlet Takes a Tumble– the name says it all

…why does this child have a webcam

I still don’t understand why she’s wearing a clown mask

Respect your elders…or else

Her sister is cold blooded

The Future of Music?

Tone Deaf & Frustrated

A pretty good representation of OJ Da Juiceman, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka

Move aside Lady Gaga

This is only one song…there is a treasure trove Try ‘Fried or Fertilized’ or ‘Sex Syrup’


Tell me Rehdogg, why do you cry?

It’s Adventure Time!

Thursday, May 10th, 2007

I found what looks like an absolutely hilarious parody of those old Saturday morning cartoon shows we used to watch. Although some of the comments claim it was actually shown on Nickelodeon. It is so much more random and funny because it is a big joke. Featuring a 12 year old boy and his magic dog, Jake. It’s totally worth 8 minutes of your life and it’s a way better adventure than the infamous Candy Mountain.