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I especially like the CL-app :)

Thanks Ray

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Professor Elemental takes to the ring

With a ‘diss song’ called Fighting Trousers. With disses about Tweed jackets spat out in a ‘hot potato’ accent, by a scrawny, pale, white guy dancing around a boxing ring, this can’t be anything but entertaining. IMO.

Professor Elemental = Paul Alborough, more often known as Professor Elemental, is a steampunk and chap hop musical artist.

Thanks Rich

2 mins and 30 seconds of pure amazing

Vytautas Mineral Water! It’s Earth’s Juice!

I’ve just seen this for the first time (on FB of all places) but with over 2 million views I’m sure I’m a little la

te on it. It distinctly reminds me of a series of ads for a gym supplement that mentions the flavour “RAWberry”. For the life of me I can’t remember the name of the ‘product’ though. It’ll come to me and I’ll update.

My favourite part of this, apart from the very end, is the line: “Is that a colossal space bear squeezing earth’s juice?”

There’s also a little snippet of dubstep at one point.

Just do it!

 

Update:

Thanks to JP for the reminder – PowerThirst is what I was trying to think of earlier. If you haven’t seen it, here it is:

80s Video Dating Montage

Amazing!

“Are you the goddess? Who is the goddess? The goddess is the woman, is a woman, is any woman, is all women…”

“Are you that woman? Please give me a call.”

Thanks Gabi :)

O Fortuna funnies

So if you don’t know what O Fortuna is, don’t worry, you’ll recognise it when you hear it. But in the mean time, this is what Wikipedia has to say.

“O Fortuna” is a medieval Latin Goliardic poem written early in the thirteenth century. It is a complaint about fate and Fortuna, a goddess in Roman mythology and personification of luck. In 1935–36, O Fortuna was set to music by the German composer Carl Orff as a part of movement “Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi” of his cantata Carmina Burana, which it opens and closes. 
Orff’s setting of the poem has become immensely popular and has been performed by countless classical music ensembles and popular artists. It can be heard in numerous movies and television commercials and has become a staple in popular culture, setting the mood for dramatic or cataclysmic situations. “O Fortuna” topped a list of the most-played classical music of the past 75 years in the United Kingdom.

This, however, has little to do with all that. This little gem was brought to my attention by a good old FB friend. This is the misheard lyrics, animated version no less, of O Fortuna. Enjoy.

The Watch

I can’t believe I’ve only just seen this trailer! Movie opens this Friday overseas. Looks hilarious.

It’s directed by Akiva Schaffer of Saturday Night Live and The Lonely Island fame.

Not sure about the synopsis but it still looks great:

From IMDB – “Four everyday suburban guys come together as an excuse to escape their humdrum lives one night a week. But when they accidentally discover that their town has become overrun with aliens posing as ordinary suburbanites, they have no choice but to save their neighborhood – and the world – from total extermination. Written by 20th Century Fox

Barack “sings” What Makes you Beautiful

I don’t why but these things make me giggle.

These are the lighties who did the original

One Direction