This really speaks/squeaks for itself. I will never be able to look at animal balloons the same again.
Kids do the darndest things. Two points for this little girl for deciding to park “outside the box” thinking and tapping into her own version of “inside the box” thinking.
Do not try this at home.
I wonder how many tries it would have taken her parents to get her out by playing the game?
Hat tip to Ken Schafer.
It is Sunday funny/silly time. This one is kind of twisted, but it made me chuckle. I’m not sure if it was the content itself, or the fact that someone actually took the time to grab the URL then design and code the site that I found more bizarre.
How many five year olds can you take in a fight?
I have kids ages three and six and they could take me out in heartbeat (but they fight dirty). I wonder how tough David, Bryan, Sean, Joe, Mack and Ben really are? I seem to recall they have kids and would appreciate the stupidity of the site. (Apologies for involving all of you in my nonsense – currently nine-feet of snow has accumulated outside and I am doing anything I can today to avoid shoveling).
Hat tip to James B for the link.
Let’s call it Sunday Silliness. Or, perhaps just another sign of global warming.
March of the Double Double?
As a kid on Sunday mornings I would wake up and watch reruns of The Three Stooges, old Marx Brothers movies or Animals, Animals, Animals (I could never figure out why Barney Miller hung out at the Zoo so much). So, Sunday has always held a special place for comedy and, considering it is Sunday, I found this funny image to share.
This video of clownpenis.fart comes courtesy of One Degree. It is another classic SNL sketch that proves, through the power of online video and NBCs bold move to let their content be free, that audiences will grow across mediums. Especially if the content is this funny.
Do you know the most popular video on YouTube is “The Evolution of Dance” and it has been viewed 29,144,965 times? I found this post on YouTube Trends over at ChaosScenario. There is a full analysis of YouTube over at No Man’s Blog.
A little while ago I posted “Will YouTube Survive?”. And I think it will. Joseph Jaffe at Jaffe Juice just wrote about “Why YouTube imitators will fail” and I agree that it has no equal.
On another YouTube note, this little girl has some talent, but only 94 views. She’ll make it one day. But for now, it is really hard to bust a move in the Huggies.