(A Random Post)

I feel these are a particularly strong crop of links. This is surely a hearty harvest that will keep well through the difficult winter to come.

– I watched exactly 26 seconds of this video preview for 24 Hour Ghetto Workout, and I was already sold. I’m going to fully commit to this and get my body all cut and hood, you know, be rolling up on cats like Kimbo Slice, son. Wouldn’t it just be the most terrifying thing in the world if you were just on the street and waiting for the bus, and two huge black guys just jumped on top of the bus stop and just started working out? This is real shit right here.

– I know you’ve watched probably a dozen different iterations of Nicholas Cage’s virtuoso performance in The Wicker Man over and over by now, and if you’re anything like me, you’re probably at the point where you’re wondering if you can even still laugh at one again. I didn’t think so, personally…but that was before I saw it cut together with game footage from Mega Man 3. This has to be a classic “less is more” thing at work here, because I don’t think I’ve ever laughed harder at any of the previous ones. Something about just the audio from that ridiculous scene, cut together so expertly with footage from an 18 year-old, 8-bit game…it’s glorious.

– This commercial for the It’s Not Jackie Chan board game starts innocently enough…but then takes on a terrifyingly surreal direction in which I’m not sure I want to go.

Street Fighter II Turbo parody. I was sitting through this thing straight faced and completely unamused…until the car started dancing as well. Then it was like a dam had burst, and all the laughter I had apparently been subconsciously suppressing spilled out, and it became the funniest thing I had ever seen. Even now, I cannot justify to you. I can only hope that you find your own amusement in it, as I did.

This is one of those classic Bollywood music videos that got the Yellow Ledbetter type misheard lyric treatment. However, it needs to be noted that even without the wacky lyric treatment, this video is still way too good and easily stands on its own. Also, have you ever seen swag like that? Check out 0:24-0:30 (especially the jacket flip at 0:29) and 1:15-1:17…that is like Michael-Jackson-having-a-“I’m Keith Hernandez!”-moment-in-1982 level swag! I mean like…that level of swag is really, really high!

Vegeta!

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