Monday, August 31, 2009

Ketchup

Today is the first day of my final year of college. It's crazy to think that I'll be finished with this phase of my life by April. I'll try to savor my experience and get the most out of it. By next fall, for those of you who don't know, I'll be working in Chicago as an auditor for PricewaterhouseCoopers. Even though I know I'll be out there it's still sometimes doesn't seem real and it's weird to think that I'll be working a full-time job for the rest of my life.

Well, I'm sorry for this onslaught of video posts, but this is a segment from Jim Gaffigan's new standup video King Baby. This clip about ketchup was almost as ingenious as his routine on bacon (the one he did before King Baby), but I thought it was hilarious. My favorite part is at the very end when he speaks the mind of the audience about the British.

P.S. Just in case you were wondering, I think Jim Gaffigan is my favorite comedian. Probably because he usually only talks about food. Mmmmm...food...

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Michael Jackson's Thriller Tribute

This was something I meant to post a long time ago, but I forgot to do it. I found this about two years ago and thought it was pretty funny, but didn't remember about it until Michael Jackson died. This is a tribute to Michael Jackson's Thriller. The dancers are prisoners in Cebu, Philippines. I wonder how many practice sessions to took to get this right. Hey, at least they're getting their exercise, right? My favorite part was watching the beginning part and thinking, "I can't believe they let a woman into the prison to help film this!" And then...

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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

I'm Back

Well, well, well...I've certainly been taking my sweet time with not putting out any new posts. I kept finding things to blog, but it seemed like there was never enough time between vacations, writing papers for school, and work. But, I'm going to be better. I'll try my best to present a plethora of posts in the next week, so make sure you stay tuned. As for right now, I hope you enjoy this dance from So You Think You Can Dance (dance, dance). I was at my brother's house a few weeks ago and my sister-in-law showed it to me and I made her play it like three times. I think it's my favorite dance I've seen on the show (Let's be honest, I've probably only seen two or three episodes), but I think the reason why I loved it so much is because it reminded me of my award winning Hamburglar Halloween costume.