Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Music Videos Of The Day: F.U. (NSFW)

Catchy, but I'm not sure if it'll get much radio play. Link from Ami S. and Cleve.


And the web being what it is, there are already some mashups available.



The 7 Most Baffling Products Released By Famous Brands

From Cracked.com.

KELLOGG'S URBAN WEAR


The Street: A place where life can be bought with a handful of bullets. The only way to live is to live hard, and your rep is your only shield. Street-cred is the difference between standing your ground and laying dead in the street. And what says both that you are not a man to be fucked with--and that you understand black culture because you have lived the life--better than children's cereal?

Kellogg's "Under the Hood" urban wear lets everybody know that this hood is Tony the Tiger's turf, and if you step up you're likely to get a cap Snap, Crackle and Popped in your ass.


Though you undoubtedly look tough in your Honey Smacks low-riders, perhaps emblazoning the words "Dig'em" across your ass-cheeks sends the wrong message, suggesting less that you're a "hard-ass, big-ballin' gangsta" and more that you're, well... no, that's pretty apt, actually.


And that's not one isolated product and an unfortunate photo shoot: They really went full-bore trying to convince wannabe thugs to replace the gun and pot leaf patches on their ass with colorful parrots and suggestions that they like to be "frosted:"



(See the rest at Cracked.com)

QOTD: Location, location, location


Where were you when you lost your virginity?

In a car? Behind a bar?
In the grass, bugs in your ass?
In San Francisco, drinking pisco?
In Butte, Montana after splits banana?
On a table, on the bus?
The stockroom at a Toys 'R' Us?
Hotel, motel, hostel, yurt?
A bed of roses or down in the dirt.

Speak.

Classic TV Clip Of The Day: Hooker

Good god, people, just slam on the brakes. Nobody ever tries that, but I know it would work.

Don't miss the dramatic ending.

Magazines About Ordinary People (Of The Day)

From Maxim.com. Click any pic for a larger view.

It seems like every special interest has its own magazine, but there's also a niche group of people who the magazine industry could target. We decided to take it upon ourselves to create a few magazines covers and see what it would look like if every group of people really DID have their own magazine.













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