This is the Jimmy Kimmel of YouTube videos: it starts off slow and frivolous, but becomes more poignant and mesmerizing with each passing poop reference.
Does an acapella cover of theme to Mike Tyson’s Punchout really need a setup? All righty then, put’em away!!
To be fair, that suit does wonders for an already-cut Drew Carey figure. Who can blame her for getting so excited? Yum!
Whatever. Sounds too close to the peanut butter. And I’ll be damned if I support those commie bastards. I’m a Skippy man. Like my father and my grandfather before me.
That high-flyin’, trampoline-featurin’, ACL tearin’ “sport” from yesteryear? No? Well, here’s an old highlights clip narrated by GUS FREAKING JOHNSON to help you get acclimated.
Remember when mom told you to always ah-nun-cee-ate? It was for moments like this, so you wouldn’t embarrass yourself in front of Pat Sajak…the worst embarrassment there is.
You know what the internet loves? An aged, tatted, confused and charismatic Mike Tyson playing Mike Tyson’s Punch Out for the first time. That’s exactly what the internet loves.
Has anyone else ever had this dream?
GUYS! The Germans just set a world record in domino-toppling, which is oh-so-very German. The video is ten minutes long, so feel free to skip around to optimize your gravity-induced pleasure.
Ah, domino enthusiasts. Enjoying life indeed.
A new documentary detailing the rapid rise and semi-fall of online poker just came out called Bet Raise Fold. Judging by the trailer and the insightful Awl interview, it seems like a worthy film that reaveals the heady times of mid-2000′s poker. For further reading on this phenomenon, please see Grantland’s excellent oral history on the 2003 WSOP.
PS: Juanda had trips