I'm punchy and bored and really in a state so I wandered around the net and reminded myself of this silly good fun at rathergood.com. Check it out if you're so inclined. I guarantee this particular clip is non-offensive (except, possibly, for the White Stripes music.) Don't wander around the site much otherwise, though, unless you're similarly punchy and bored and of somewhat cynical, odd humor.
Funny visuals, especially if you're fond of those weird Quizno's commercials...
Just wanted to share. Do turn it up! And watch the orange kittens; one of them takes a mosh pit dive mid-song. :P
Find PUNK KITTENS here: http://www.rathergood.com/punk_kittens/
Hey, and we're in the same time zone. Won't tomorrow be a COFFEE day, Shantell?
Check this one out, if you're still up.
This one's dedicated to my bear-loving Australian friends... I feel like a DJ.
PS Just reminding you... I'm posting the clean stuff here. Tour the rest of the site at your own risk; it's funny, acerbic, body-function, boy humor, full of wry cynicism. Which means most of you would love it, but just wanted to post the warning that there's other stuff to see there, but it's kinda... out there, and not entirely appropriate for mixed company.
Amanda ~ Punchy could also be glassy-eyed, punch-drunk, screwy, slaphappy, spaced out ... you know that feeling when you're maybe a little tired but not necessarily sleepy ...
Sometimes with me, that feeling empowers my mouth to say things that normally my brain would prevent it from saying.
Shelli's "working" definition may be a bit different.
Hhahah...Deb, my son-in-law has to communicate with people all over the world with his job. He was working with some people in India and they were goofing things all up, which he had to fix and jokingly he said, "I think you guys are slaphappy"...the communication came to an immediate standstill, finally one brave soul wrote back..."What is slaphappy?" We Americans have some of the darnest sayings.......:lol::lol:
Well, this is the reaction from my 15 year old cat Misty, who was lying on my computer table in front of the speakers!! She turned around, looked at the speakers with her ears slicked back, jumped down, and ran off!!! Now I can't get "I bought the wrong bananas" out of my head!!
Well, Shel...... :lol:
You were most definitely in an 'off' mood last night! Punchy to say the least! :D
Of course the guys that did those ditties had to be totally off the wall!! :lol:
Are you feeling better tonight or will we have more links to zanny entertainment?
Hugs and Cheer up wishes to you!!
Now that someone has mentioned rathergood.com and three year olds, I feel obliged to offer stern forewarning that, in your browsing at that site, you strive to keep the under 18 crowd FULLY AWAY from anything you find there about hedgehogs.
Of course, in writing this, I do realize I'm sending you right off to sample the forbidden fruit. Get past that urge and just don't do it.
If you fell compelled and MUST see what I'm talking about, though, please don't let your kids sample it with you the frist time around, especially if they're even the tiniest bit savvy, or from the UK. There's some British slang in there (I think it's British, anyway) that would be even more potent overseas than it is here. But those really ARE naughty, naughty, NAUGHTY (in capital letters) hedgehogs. Don't spend time with them. They're not nice to girls.
I did like the Ninja kitty one myself, too, though. That guy Joel Vietsch is an odd one, and terribly clever. My kids like the ones with the little talking circle, Blode, and his friend, Food, too.