Friday, July 10, 2009

Link Of The Day: Eternal Moonwalk

I've avoided Michael Jackson posts since his death, but this one is fun (and doesn't make fun). If any of you submits one, let me know and I'll post it here.

Click pic to go.

Craigslist Ad Of The Day: Free Condoms

best of craigslist > new york >

Free Box of Magnum Condoms

Date: 2009-05-12, 10:52PM EDT

I swear to whatever it is that i believe in, if i get any emails offering the use of this offered item with me..... i'll fill all 33 condoms up with yellow paint, and pelt every guy who looks like he might be the kind of douche bag who'd send such an email.

That said, it would be great if you were a chic or had a chic pick them up. I'm a girl.

The box is a 36 pack with 3 missing and the rest are totally fine and untampered with, i just don't want a box of condoms too big for most guys sitting around reminding me of yet another failed relationship and my renewed sense of not getting laid.

Not that I'd like to be, so don't offer.


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Oops! Video Of The Day: Teacher's Home Movie (NSFW)

Wow. Let's see how many idiots we can cram into one news segment. And I don't mean the teacher. Shit happens -- get over it, people. News director who insists on showing the clip over and over -- you're fired. /rant

10 Signs The Movie You're Watching Is Gonna Suck

From my new pals at

You've got your popcorn. You're in your seat. You're ready to escape real life with the magic of the cinema, but then something tells you that the film you're watching is going to suck. Here are The 10 Funniest Signs The Movie You're Watching Is Going To Suck.

10. The words "Dane Cook" appear in the opening credits

8. John Travolta plays an alien or a woman

7. Eddie Murphy plays an alien or a woman

6. Jim Carrey plays a serious character

4. M. Night Shyamalan does a cameo in a M. Night Shyamalan movie

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Classic 80s Music Videos Of The Day

I'm hoping one of these can pry that effing April Wine song out of my head. Bow Wow Wow.. just a bunch of kids having fun. I think Annabella was 16 or 17 when "I Want Candy" came out.

Hideous Movie Heroes Of The Day did the first nine, and I added some of my own at the end.

Admiral Ackbar (Return of the Jedi, 1983)
This cosmic crustacean plans the destruction of the Death Star — and tastes great with drawn butter and lemon.

Sloth (The Goonies, 1985)
Chunk’s congenitally deficient buddy (and Baby Ruth lover) uses his strength to subdue the nefarious Fratellis.

The Subway Spirit (Ghost, 1990)
The specter portrayed by Vincent Schiavelli achieves one heroic feat: limiting Whoopi Goldberg’s screen time.

Marv (Sin City, 2005)
Despite a drug addiction and uggo mug, he’s a magnet for hotties. He could have been the fifth member of Mötley Crüe.

Rocky Dennis (Mask, 1985)
A living reminder not to judge a book by its cover. Rocky had a heart as big and wide as his… well, he had a big heart.

Harry (Harry and the Hendersons, 1987)
This cinematic approximation of ´70s-era Bill Walton was frightening to child and Grateful Dead concertgoer alike.

Frankenstein (The Monster Squad, 1987)
In the 1930s, this square-headed behemoth chucked little girls into the river. Now, he says things like "bogus" and befriends them.

Beast (X-Men: The Last Stand, 2006)
Ever dye your cat and instantly regret it? Imagine if that periwinkle monstrosity also had the stilted vocab to tell you off afterward.

Gheorghe Muresan (My Giant, 1998)
Man, CGI will never top the practical effects on display in this movie. Yeesh, how do FX guys come up with this stuff?!

Ok, my turn:

Aileen Wuornos (Monster, 2003)
Shoulda been called Fugmonster.

Anton Chigurh (No Country For Old Men, 2007)
The voice is Latin, but the bad hair is early Dutch. But hey.. don't tell him I said that. Please.

Sheila Kingston (Exit To Eden, 1994)
Wait... is that....? ARGHHH! My eyes! MY EYES!!!

Tony Manero (Staying Alive, 1983)
The pic shows 17 hairdressers trying desperately to reach the pelt atop Travolta's head and kill whatever animal is underneath it.

Momma (Throw Momma From The Train, 1987)
Looks like someone beat us to it.

Napoleon Dynamite (Napoleon Dynamite, 2004)
Paul Simon called. He says please give Art Garfunkel his hair back so they can tour again. He needs the money.

Glenn Close (in anything)
Michael Douglas cheated on Anne Archer with this?


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