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.
What is happening in this commercial? Why is it called Little Baby’s Ice Cream? It’s not little babies. It’s Little Baby’s. Who’s baby?! These two commercials are actual ads for a shop in PA.
It takes a whole lotta courage and a whole lotta balls to do what this guy does. How he managed to fit all of it into that unitard is beyond me.
This is pretty terrible for many reasons. Good luck getting through it.
Trashed Ideas will be closing shop June 6th. Mainly because I’m too cheap to renew web-hosting, and also because while I do catch an awesome video that I share every now and then, the traffic has been dying down and and I don’t put as much time into this as I would like in order to maintain it. So I will be posting a ton these next few days, a lot of back-logged awesome. Hopefully you get to see it, otherwise you can catch it on FB.
I can’t believe what I just saw. Seriously. This is not NSFW, meaning you can watch it whenever. And it gets absurd. Just watch. Thanks to Dani for the find.
Rachel Bloom is responsible for the @#$^ Me, Ray Bradbury video I posted some time ago. This heartbreaking song is about breaking up. And also very NSFW.
What is about ukuleles that are just so awesome? I don’t know. But this cover of Shaft is quite excellent. My favorite part is the when the camera pans to the only black guy in the audience of about 500 people.
Dell’s new ad campaign follows the vein of psuedo-intellectuals using technology to create amazing things, much like this. Just give it a little time to get in. Probably NSFW.
George Takei is awesome. Normally I wouldn’t make you listen to LMAO for any reason but I mean come on. It’s George Takei doing a happy dance. Plus, he’s sexy and he knows it.
This man was upset about being harassed by a police officer for using colorful language in a park. I’m not condoning what he did but his rant to Mark Sidrine (spelling?), the arresting officer, is inspiring and surprisingly safe for work.