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.
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.
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.
Ah, the decisions we make while under the influence…
You don’t have to understand Russian to understand what these guys are saying.
In this case the two wrongs were: 1) Riding a bicycle against traffic on an extremely busy street and; 2) Stepping out onto a one-way street, without looking both ways.
The only thing unfunny about this video is the fact that there is no audio track. I would LOVE to hear the exchange between these two “ladies.” Actually, this would be a great video to dub-in dialog like What’s Up Tiger Lily.
Here’s the plot kids:
The McDonald’s employee tells the woman at the drive-up window that McNuggets are not on the breakfast menu and so she can’t have any. The customer then begins to politely explain that she is going to have her McNuggets no matter what!
It eventually takes three McDonald’s employees to get the window closed, at which point the customer begins beating on it.
If you watch the video all the way through, you’ll see the perpette actually break the window out. She then drives off and the car behind her calmly pulls up to the window.
Her tirade cost her 60 days in jail and $1,500 in damages.
And how was your morning?