Funny Posts

Make My Logo Bigger Cream (Who Needs Designers?)

I thought this was cute. Thanks to Bryan for mentioning it to me.

Hilariously Awesome

As part of that auction that I won, Brandon Hardesty posted a video “for me”. It’s pretty funny stuff:

He’s sending me a VHS tape of the unedited footage, which is around 40 minutes long, I guess. Some of the comments on YouTube suggested that I may be working with Mr. Hardesty (that the iFroggy Network has a contract with him, etc.) and I was quick to clarify that. Though that would certainly be awesome, it’s not the case. This is a personal purchase, I’m a big fan and, though I don’t have a lot of money, it was something I wanted to do.

Others commented that it could turn out to be a good investment. It could be, but that’s not my perspective here. I’m sure that, by working hard enough, Brandon will be successful at whatever he wants and I look forward to seeing it. But, regardless of what the future holds, I thought it was just a cool thing to have and a cool thing to do. I don’t look at it as an investment at all, really. Seeing this video makes me so glad I did it.

My Technical Expertise is Astounding

Sometimes, I amaze myself with the complex solutions that I come up with for equally complex problems. Take my laptop’s CD-ROM drive, for example. I decided that I wasn’t going to take that sort of nonsense from any member of my technological unit. So, I smacked a little sense into him. Worked him over, if you will. A quick strike to the CD-ROM drive’s general area and, what do you know, it’s playing a CD. That’s more like it. lol.

Super Shooter

Super Shooter is a comedy short series by Blame Society Productions. They are better known for Chad Vader (which I also love), but I wanted to mention Super Shooter in this post. They describe it as:

A man on a mission, to shoot people, with his gun. See Matt and Aaron in their most diverse array of roles within one show. Also featuring Finn as Lil’ Shooter. Warning: strong language.

There is strong language in it, so I do have to repeat that warning. You don’t want to repeat some of the things said in it in the comments here, for example. But, me and my brother really, really enjoy it. We’ve watched the most recent episode like 10 times, laughing a ton each time. We’ve repeated lines from the conversation between the chief and the commissioner so many times. I’d say it’s a unique brand of humor that not everyone will appreciate (everyone has different taste… and a different sense of humor), but I have to say that I love it. It’s hilarious. When I get a chance, I am going to support them with my wallet and buy some stuff from their site.

Anyway, check out the first five episodes (thus far) below.

The Gates Are Strict!

From Reuters:

Gates said he and his wife Melinda decided to set a limit of 45 minutes a day of total screen time for games and an hour a day on weekends, plus what time she needs for homework.

45 minutes a day for gaming? Ouch!

Street Fighter: The Later Years

Wow. This is amazing! Street Fighter: The Later Years over at College Humor. Episodes 1, 2 and 3. Hilarious.

Ask A Ninja DVD Shipping Confirmation

These guys are great. As soon as I found out that the Ask a Ninja guys were releasing a DVD, I placed my pre-order. It’s only $20, which is well worth it. I really like to support people that are doing cool things. People that make me laugh, as well. So, now I will have an Ask a Ninja DVD to go along with my Ask a Ninja t-shirt, Homestar Runner DVDs, t-shirts and accessories and Ze Frank t-shirt. :)

Anyway, here is the shipping confirmation I just received. Nice attention to detail.

Dear Patrick,

We have good news and bad news. The good news is that your order of Ask A Ninja Vol 1. DVD was shipped out today. The bad news is that there is also a real, live Ninja on his way to your house. Use extreme caution when opening your mailbox in the next few days. Just before we sealed the box, our packing master thought he heard a whisper saying “I am looking forward to killing Patrick soon”. We can’t be sure. It was either that or “what the hell… why are you stuffing me in the in this…” and the rest was muffled.

Please rest assured that we’ve taken great care in the shipping of your DVD. We hold true to an ancient DVD shipping tradition passed down for over 5000 years. This very intensive practice is only achieved after years of training, meditation, and purity of mind, and sadly’ some accidental killings (we’re looking for a new intern, if you know anyone…). After a rigorous 17 step process of verifying the authenticity of your DVD, we donned silk gloves and placed it into a sacred box made of magic and lined with Unicorn fur, tied the box with a strand of Gypsy hair, and wrapped the whole thing in a snazzy looking faux gold leaf paper, with elm leaf inlay from Costco. Unfortunately, by the time it gets to you, all of that fancy stuff will likely have been picked clean by the greedy postal service employees. Please don’t be surprised to see just a plain cardboard box.

Thank you again for your order with Film Baby. It is our pleasure to serve up the finest Independent entertainment for your viewing pleasure. Please come back and browse our thousands of titles, watch trailers or comment on films. It’s a great way to pass time at work!

If you need anything, or have any problems with this order, please reply to this email or call us 8am to 5pm PST at 877-345-6222. When calling reference order # 42.

We look forward to kill…er…serving you soon.

Film Baby

Barats and Bereta

These guys are great. I just bought a t-shirt (watch the second clip to see what it’s about) the other day, actually. This is their latest:

And my favorite:

Check out their site and YouTube channel for more.

Laughing Baby

This has got to be a first here (video of a baby), but I find this absolutely hilarious. Watch below.

Press 1 to Report an Explosion

So, I was working this morning when I heard a bang and the power goes out. The bang was far away, but loud enough for me to hear it, of course.

So, I called the power company. If you have a touch tone phone, please press 1. 1 pressed. To report an outage, press 1. 1 pressed. If your lights are out, press 1. 1 pressed. From the phone number, we’ve located an account. If you are calling from the location of the outage and the name on the account is O K E E F E, press 1. 1 pressed. The outage has been reported. If you’d like to report something else about the outage, press 3. I thought I’d tell them about the bang. Press 1 to report an explosion. They’ve thought of everything!!! 1 pressed. Your report has been filed. Good bye. Ah, automation.