(A Random Post)


Missed it again. Fourth year in a row. Really…actually remembering it has become the exception by now.

So for those of you keeping score at home, this past August 5th (wow, that was a long time ago) marked the end of YEAR SIX of The WAMBAG Experience.

It’s always fun to keep track of these things and remind ourselves that we’re still huge dorks that keep a loser blog that no one reads…though honestly at this point, I’ve just run out of things to say.

Posting has slowed down a bit recently as real life and all it’s shiny distractions preoccupy our attention, but we’re putting together a pretty solid campaign for Year Six so far, and our analysts are crunching the numbers as we speak, to be presented shortly in a future post. The figures are encouraging so far; we’re on pace to put up the highest post count since Year Two, which is an absolutely meaningless accomplishment that makes me wonder why I even mentioned it just now.

But we got lots to look forward to; hopefully this summer’s overly ambitious venture is successful. Not in the sense that it reaches millions of viewers and makes us famous, which is something I’m almost rooting against…but hopefully enough precedent is set so that we have yet another outlet in which to vent all these terrible ideas pent up in our heads. Because I honestly think we’re at the point where we either film another internet short, or we end up murdering Thai hookers and burying them in shallow graves dug in elementary school yards for our own amusement.

I believe that when we look back, after the Daemonite Space Wars and the Clone Uprising of 2021, we’ll find that Year Seven turned out to be a rather significant (and dangerous) period in the history of The WAMBAG.

Kudos to my fellow WAMBAGGERS, and thanks to our visitors for logging your IP information in our logs for future e-stalking purposes.

Let’s start (or continue) Year Seven with this surprisingly irony free rendition of Nickelback’s Photograph as performed by The Bloomington Bros. – watch out, that first step 15 seconds in is quite a doozy.

Fuckin’ look at this photograph!



Destined to fight the world's evil, The WAMBAG endures massive battles involving impossible stunts, races on horse-pulled carriages, and the desecration of enchanting medieval castles (all done with dizzying computer graphics). Not only does the eye candy keep on coming, the tongue-in-cheek writing and deep Transylvanian accents perfect the film with a dose of dark humor.



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