Thursday, December 08, 2005

Yo, Adrian

Someone brought this clever video to my attention today, so I thought I'd go ahead and post it on this here rag. For as we all know, Internet videos are the new opiate of the masses.

Enjoy the cup-theft, my favorite part.

**UPDATE**
Trix over at Bated Breath just sent this video over, another doozy. It's called "Why Palestinians Throw Rocks," and the video's both self-explanatory and hilarious.

6 Comments:

At 3:20 PM, Blogger MDS said...

Cool, but obviously staged. No way in hell he has someone film him doing pushups on unsuspecting women at the beach.

I think the loudest ovation I ever got in karaoke (and I've had a lot) came with an "Eye of the Tiger" rendition. But what does "and his fortune must always be eye of the tiger" mean?

Also: I just double-checked the lyrics. Why is it that you can never find a lyrics site that doesn't have a bunch of annoying ads?

 
At 10:17 AM, Blogger ethan said...

dude, that stationary bike is genius. i love how he keeps checking over his shoulder.

 
At 10:18 AM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

You what the Internet's been great for? People telling stories about their karaoke successes and failures. I feel like I read about some doing karaoke all the time on the web, yet I never hear about it in person. I've only done karaoke twice, and both times have been to Suspicious Minds. Both could be considered failures.

I couldn't agree more about the lyrics pages...I have said that more times than I can count. I can only count to 14.

 
At 10:40 AM, Blogger MDS said...

You've only done karaoke twice? I used to go once a week. I probably made thousands of dollars for the White Horse Inn in Champaign, Ill., by constantly recruiting friends to go with me to karaoke night. But did those bastards give me even one free drink? Nope.

 
At 10:44 AM, Blogger MDS said...

Oh, and as for why you read about it online but no one tells you about it in person, I think people are afraid you're going to say, "Oh, yeah? If you really do 'Abracadabra' better than the Steve Miller Band, let's hear you do it right now." And they know deep down that they're really not as good as the Steve Miller Band.

 
At 10:45 AM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

Yeah, only twice...yet, I did do a wedding karaoke spot. I sang an impromptu rendition of Sly's "Dance to the Music" with the funk band playing at my brother and sister-in-law's wedding (bringing down the house I'm told). That was fun. Not a big fan of singing in public otherwise...

 

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