What do you poupon?
It’s been over a year and a half since I’ve posted. There have been a few occasions where I’ve seen something worth posting but always shied away. This one is too great to pass up. Allow me to introduce the perfect new tool to assist your bulimia! Check out Sleeveat.
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This concept has been touched on a few times in the gaming community but this animation takes the cake. Follow the life of a Goomba through his childhood and marriage all the way to that fated day he meets the mustachioed menace.
Most of us have heard or seen an echidna, but there is still so much mystery behind these noble creatures and no time in their life is more revealing than as a baby. I’m pretty sure all of this is based on science. NSFW for cursing.
Most people don’t associate toothpaste with softcore porn, but that didn’t stop Quay from making this risque commercial for Australian airwaves.
So the story behind this by-the-book pop song is still developing. Apparently this song was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Dance Recording category. Word is this video, that has under 7K views at the time of posting, was promoted by Al Walser himself, who supposedly has a place on the voting committee for the Grammys. Foul play for a foul song.
Another mash-up you never thought of or even want to hear but maybe you’re curious enough to give it a shot. I’m almost ashamed to admit that it wasn’t terrible.
I wonder why I hadn’t thought of this yet.
This is not your standard timelapse video. The image quality is phenomenal and should be watched in HD to get the full effect.
Adventure Time cut on top of The Hobbit Trailer audio. What more do I need to say?
A single-take digital animation paying homage to the Hero of Time Link and his favorite pastime, saving Zelda. Even though this is designed on mostly Macs, it’s still pretty spiffy.
It starts a little slow, but this showdown plays out beautifully. And he adheres to the double-tap rule.
Maybe now we are back.
This rivals the cat piano for best instrument. Apparently these were used during the silent film era for music and sound effects.
Going down for the count.
Thanks to Brit for the find. Turn on captions for Movie titles. This is the by-product of our unemployment issues.