It just keeps going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going…
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NSFW Disclaimer: If you couldn’t already tell from the tease plate above, this video is a veritable bag-o-animated-dicks so you probably shouldn’t watch this at work.
There’s something inexplicably wonderful about professionally executing such a ridiculous premise. Paul Jaulmes, Guillamume Cunis and Boris Croisé made the attached while at Supinfocom Arles and would like it to be the first in a – ahem – longer series so, if you want to see more phallus-centric adventures, head over to their aptly named ‘The Willies’ Indie-Go-Go site and donate some euros.
P.S. Hit up our Supinfocom feed for more rad student-created animated shorts.
File under: LOLWAT
Thanks, twins are weird!
“It was easier to pitch with the LSD because I was so used to medicating myself. That’s the way I was dealing with the fear of failure; the fear of losing, the fear of winning; it was just part of the game. You know, you get to the major leagues and you say, ‘I got to stay here, what do I need?’”
The story of Doc Ellis’ June 12, 1970 no-hitter is so out-there and unbelievably ridiculous that you might mistake it for apocrypha if the entire incident wasn’t widely witnessed and documented. All the cold, factual particulars can be unearthed, in part, by following that last hyperlink but I think it’s far more compelling to hear the story in Doc’s own words accompanied by James Blagden‘s excellent illustrations. Enjoy!
File under: LOLWAT
To infinity, and beyond!
Apparently Myq Kaplan was a top-five finalist on Last Comic Standing. I don’t watch that show but I’m assuming he was just as funny there as he is in the above video. Myq’s material is smart, clever and socially conscious. Oh and it has puns – glorious, glorious puns.
This might be my new favorite YTMND. Well done, jacktherack!
Do you watch Community? If you don’t, you really should check it out. A Joel McHale vehicle this is not. The real stars of the show are Donald Glover and Danny Pudi who play Troy and Abed, respectively. Their interactions have been at the heart of some of my favorite Community moments (especially their closing bits which always get me laughing). The recent Christmas episode was indicative of the overall quality of the show and, if you haven’t seen it already, you really should set aside some time to watch it. I’ve embedded the video right here, in this very post for your convenience, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
This video has been seen 2,827,715 times but not once by me yet – so I’m really in debt to Mary for passing this funny, silly little gem along to put up on the site.
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Harrison Ford seems to really like the texture of Conan’s chair. And money. And flying.
Hilarious and a bit unsettling. What else would you expect from the brilliant mind of fearcondom?
“Everyone loves rapping along and learning multiplication with D.J. Doc Roc—the Hip Hop Hamster. Positive lyrics, super-cool rap music, and high-energy animation make these multiplication rap songs irresistible. Multiplication facts through 12 are easy to learn and remember with these fun rap songs—a different one for each set of facts. Positive lyrics (on screen) encourage and motivate kids learning multiplication.”
Big thanks to Kiki for the heads-up.
I bet the model used for the image was the same guy doin’ the shoppin’.