Archive for March, 2011


Hello dear reader,

I knew that gif above would get your attention.

Unless you live in the far north where yahoo is still the email provider of choice, then you would have undoubtably have had a certain youtube music video sent to you, called “Friday” by Rebecca Black.

Unless you have not, then here it is. Watch it to not only understand fully what i am going to be talking about, but also to fully grasp the depravity of the modern youth.

There are several riveting, interesting phrases in this song:

Gotta have my bowl, gotta have cereal

*Actually myself, i prefer a side of sheep’s testicle served on a bed of diced tiger phallus for my breakfast.

Kickin’ in the front seat
Sittin’ in the back seat
Gotta make my mind up
Which seat can I take?

*Ah, which seat can i take, life’s hardest decision, i don’t know about you, but i really know what she’s talking about. i couldn’t have put it better myself.

Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday
Today i-is Friday, Friday
We-we-we so excited
We so excited
We gonna have a ball today
Tomorrow is Saturday
And Sunday comes afterwards

*Hmm, i guess i missed that day of kindergarten when they were teaching us the days of the week, thank you rebecca black, thanks for clearing up to me that saturday is in fact, after friday NOT seal-clubbing day, as i previously thought.

But WAIT, there’s MORE.

Our trusty folks over at the internet have decided to REALLY amp up the lulz created by this video of Charlie Sheen proportions. And what better way to do this than have offensive gifs and memes to poke even more fun?



^ Credits to Deadmau5


What the hell is a ~

Hello dear readers! I have yet again come back from the deep, dark hole that i call my abode to yet again, bring you another installment of my musings.

Anyways, i was just casually looking over facebook, and it may seem that the new hottest bit of punctuation is the “~”.

I was very interested, because i always thought it was just a squiggly, but of course, the inner superhero detective in me prompted me to look it up.

This is what i was confronted with.

I was quite shocked by this, and my facial expression turned into something like this.

The first thought that popped into my head was one involving search engines, the illuminati, and other various conspiracy theories involving the ~. Why don’t search engines show anything for ~?

But of course, my fantasies were for another day. I looked ~ up on wikipedia, the only source of knowledge and life these days, and found that a ~ was some super obscure punctuation mark.

So that was my random adventure of the day.

The proper use and blatant abuse of (y)

(But mostly abuse)

Dear readers,

For those who use iChat or Skype, as i do, you will be able to recognize the symbol at the top, but for those who still live in the far north clubbing seals, this is the command that triggers the “thumbs-up” emoticon. Now, this is all good in a very safe, controlled environment such as the tiny little window of iChat or Skype, however, it only becomes a problem when you take it outside, such as Facebook. This is good, it means that you can successfully indicate your very superficial approval of a friend’s life-changing decision by pressing three keys. In other words, “Cool story bro.”

As everybody knows, Facebook is an orgy of stalkers, stupid trolls, and excessive status tags. (I will cover this topic later) Anyways, when you do this symbol, (y) unlike ❤ where it changes automatically, (y) stays like this.

Now, where is the problem?

The problem is that (y) inherently looks like cleavage.

And if you dare do this (Y) i would feel compelled by the gods of taste and everything sacred to unfriend you on Facebook.

Does no one else see this? I mean, IT’S OBVIOUSLY CLEAVAGE!

Example of a Facebook status:

“Hey look, it’s me, trying to be either to be deep, or to make an inside joke that me and my friends came up with last night.
Why don’t i just bypass all rules insert this lovely pair of breasts here? That will definitely increase the number of “likes” or comments on it.”

No, just, no.

It is COMPLETELY unnecessary to be showing your boobs, or at the very least a vague image of mammery glands on Facebook.