What could I possibly add to this?
Much love to TheLex for this submission.
If you saw the Volkswagen Super Bowl commercial you’ll understand where this parody came from.
Brazenly stolen from Dvorak.com/blog.
Some things just sell themselves.
See if you can resist this offer:
Well kids, another year has ended and, just like SportsCenter and Entertainment Tonight, Uncle Frankie is here to share his Top 10 Stories for 2010.
In no particular order, here they are:
Those were not the most popular posts – you’ll see them shortly. They are just my personal favorites. Be sure to comment with some of your faves.
Here’s to hoping 2011 will bring us as much wacky human behavior to report on as last year did. No worries on that one kids.
José and Carlos are beggars.
They beg in different areas of town.
Carlos begs for the same amount of time as José, but collects only about $8.00 or $9.00 a day.
José brings home a suitcase full of ten-dollar bills every day. He drives a Mercedes, lives in a mortgage-free house, and has a lot of money to spend.
“Hey, amigo,” Carlos says to José, “I work just as long and hard as you do, so how come you bring home a suitcase full of ten dollar bills every day?
José says, “Look at your sign, what does it say?”
Carlos reads his sign:
“I have no work, a wife and six kids to support.”
“What’s wrong with that?” Carlos asks him.
“No wonder you only get $8.00 or $9.00 a day!” says José.
Carlos says, “All right, what is on your sign?”
José shows him:
Another chuckle brought to you by RJ.
Apparently these ads from Suburban Auto Group (Sandy, OR) have been on YouTube since 2006. But until my BIL RJ sent this to me, I had never seen them before. How about you?
The first couple of spots are not as funny as the later ones. Stick with this one for a minute or more.
Muchas Gracias to RJ.
Would you like fries with that anus ma’am? Supersize it for ya’?
Pull up to the second window please.