NYC-based writer/director/actor Greg Scarnici’s rap exposes the bisexual lifestyle. He is a pretty funny guy and does some wicked Amy Winehouse, Britney, and Madonna spoofs. Check out his videos here.
For anyone who finds Christina Aguilera as difficult to understand as me. I found this when I googled lyrics for a song I heard on the radio today. It’s funny/cute.
Video interpretation of Christina Aguilera’s “Ain’t No Other Man”
Like almost every girl in America, I find myself unable to resist the terrible “confessions” and “bloopers” sections of magazines like Cosmo. Usually they involve being caught in the bedroom by parents, a missing article of clothing in public, awkward sexual moments, or just plan bad luck. But I can across one tonight I wanted to share:
“I’m a professional nanny who works for a family with two kids. One night, the parents were out late at an event. I put the kids to bed and went downstairs to watch television. The material on my thong was really itchy, and it finally got to the point where I couldn’t stop scratching down there. I was so grateful when the parents got home because I could go to my place and change. The next day when I got to work, the mother handed me anti-itch cream and told me I should see a doctor. She informed me that they had a nanny cam and had seen me itching all night long. I tried to explain but could barely get out the words. I was so humiliated.” -Tracy, 26
This is an unaired Soup skit about Definitely, Maybe. The movie is adorable, sweet, funny, and a great chick flick. I rushed out to see it on Valentines day. But that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy a spoof. Particularlly a wildly inappropriate one. Check it out!
Had to share this gem with you, Son of Rambow. We got the trailer for it on Rambo and I think it looks adorable/funny.
Here is a story straight from the streets of my school. A guy walks down the street (the street is Broad Street), feels a punch to the back, figures ‘damn that hurt, whatever’ and keeps walking. The man continues down the street until someone informs him he has a knife in his back. He goes to the hospital, he will be fine. I think this story is a perfect summary of the area I go to school in. First off, a stranger might just stab you for no reason, you could get punched in the back and know it is not worth reporting, another stranger wouldn’t hesitate to get up in your business about the knife, and Temple hospital still wouldn’t be shocked when you came in. It also says something about the students in the area, an article about the event has been the biggest e-mailed story through campus all week. Read Article Here. Here is a quote from the article.
Here’s something you’d hear only on the hardscrabble streets of Philadelphia:
“Dude, you got a knife in your back.”
That’s what a passer-by yelled to a Philadelphia man after a bizarre incident as he was walking along Broad Street in North Philadelphia on Tuesday night.
After receiving what he thought was a punch to the back from a stranger, the victim told police that the passer-by pointed to his back and yelled about the knife.
I thought I would quickly share something random I learned yesterday.
Researcher Alan Hirsch, MD found that the combined aromas of cucumber and Good & Plenty candy and the scent of baby powder tied for first place in a study that tested which scents aroused women the most. Hirsch wrote in his study, “My advice to men would be throw away the cologne and get some Good & Plenty”.
To make it more gay friendly, lets say “My advice to people who like women would be to gets some Good and Plenty”
I am sure many of you have seen the Dove love your body commercials before, but I got linked to a site that had a bunch of them posted. There were two I hadn’t seen that I thought were interesting. I have mixed feelings about the videos, but I think the editing and the points are good. My problem is two fold, one I don’t really care that girls get bad images from the media, and two Dove has all sorts of skin care products that sell completely because women are expected to take care of themselves physically. So I really don’t need my soap company telling me how the world should be or how to raise kids. But on the other hand they are visually effective.
Also someone posted this video in my pharmacy class’s facebook group. I thought it was cute/funny. It is a .swf so I didn’t know how to put it directly into the page.