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June 24, 2010 2:16 PM   Subscribe

Clint Webb for Senate. Brought to you by the Whitest Kids U'Know.
posted by Lutoslawski (19 comments total) 6 users marked this as a favorite

 
Brought to you by the Whitest Kids U'Know Worst Name U'Know.
posted by nathancaswell at 2:19 PM on June 24, 2010


From an old Ad Council campaign a few years back: "If you're not voting, then who are you electing?"

Old Relish Packet
Bag of Leaves
Side of Hashbrowns
Frozen Peas
Spoiled Yappy Dog
Someone's Teddy Bear
posted by Rhaomi at 2:20 PM on June 24, 2010 [1 favorite]


I would have a beer with that guy.
posted by rageagainsttherobots at 2:35 PM on June 24, 2010


WKUK has a terrible name, but it's some of the best sketch comedy around. Thanks for the post, I hadn't realized the new season of the show had started.
posted by signalnine at 2:39 PM on June 24, 2010


I don't mind the name. They are, in fact, some of the whitest people I've ever seen. Not only that, but they're the most deceptively brilliant people on TV that I know of.

Also, this was a bizarre time for me to notice the new, soccer-ball-looking button on YouTube.
posted by cmoj at 2:48 PM on June 24, 2010


This comment about The State kind of encapsulates how I feel about Whitest Kids. For me, it's just icing on the cake that one of the cast members is from South Dakota and they've made some really obscure jokes about that part of the country.

The name has always seemed wrong to me.
posted by roll truck roll at 2:49 PM on June 24, 2010


Better than I expected, but I'd just as soon stick with the original "Mr. Show" stuff from which it draws so heavily.
posted by drjimmy11 at 2:58 PM on June 24, 2010


My son (14) looooooves WKUK. Which immediately makes me suspect it of something, because, hey, I'm his father.
posted by not_on_display at 3:16 PM on June 24, 2010 [1 favorite]


...but it's some of the best sketch comedy around.

Are we thinking about the same people?
posted by Evilspork at 3:19 PM on June 24, 2010


Well, this could just about be the template for every single ad by every single congressional and gubernatorial candidate in my state this year, with the exception of the omission of the most important catchphrase in any 2010 campaign ad, regardless of whether the candidate is an incumbent or not: "We've got to fix the broken system in Washington, say no to runaway spending/creeping socialism/[insert evil-du-jour here], and throw out the insiders ..... and I'm the one to do it."

One of the candidates here likes to have a camera zoom in on his cowboy boot while he spouts this line. Subtle as hell, that guy is.
posted by blucevalo at 3:42 PM on June 24, 2010


Trevor Moore is really freakin' talented.
posted by Cool Papa Bell at 4:11 PM on June 24, 2010


Aw crap. These are the guys that did Miss March? What a crap movie. And I tend to love crap movies, but this one was just lame.
posted by jabberjaw at 4:56 PM on June 24, 2010


Ha! Reminded me of this.
posted by KevinSkomsvold at 5:30 PM on June 24, 2010 [1 favorite]


Huh, not_on_display procreated 14 years ago. What's this thread about again? Oh yeah.

I've always thought it would kickass to run for an office as the "honest candidate."
I want this job because it pays better than the one I have now. It also probably pays better than the one you have, which is why I need your vote!1 It also has better healthcare than either of our jobs. I'm lazy, which works out well for us, since I'll just do whatever you tell me to do. Seriously, I'm not going to read those bills. I'm not even going to have an opinion. You tell me how to vote and consider it done! If I don't keep up my end, don't vote me back in! No, I won't have affairs in office. My girlfriend would kick my ass if I did! But in the off chance that I do decide to risk this ass kicking (I won't), I can assure you I won't be answering questions about it, since honestly, it's none of your fucking business. You put me in office to vote how you want me to vote. I promise to do this. I'll be your soulless puppet, since I like the idea of the raise and better benefits. Let's just agree to disagree when it comes to what I may or may not (but won't) do with my penis (you have your puppet, I have mine!). Also, I promise to take no money from special interest groups unless this is the only way to beat my drug using, homophobic, male-prostitute-paying,2 dishonest, disingenuous, unpatriotic, and terrorist loving opponent!

Vote Christopher L. Jorgensen for Congress!

Paid for by the "not_on_display for Christopher L. Jorgensen for Congress Committee."
1. Dude, if the situation were reversed I would so totally vote for you!
2. Full disclosure: We have no problem with women visiting male prostitutes (unless you do), or even men visiting male prostitutes (unless you do), but anti-gay men that sleep with other men chap our chaps! We hate hypocrites and promise not to be one.

posted by cjorgensen at 5:42 PM on June 24, 2010 [3 favorites]


cjorgensen, you should definitely watch the This American Life episode about this guy.
posted by roll truck roll at 6:40 PM on June 24, 2010


Watch this spoof and figure out exactly when you realized you have no power.
posted by Max Power at 6:45 PM on June 24, 2010


I know whiter kids.
posted by clockzero at 7:53 PM on June 24, 2010


Old Relish Packet has got my vote.
posted by telstar at 10:47 PM on June 24, 2010


What's the point of putting the suit on if you aren't going to commit on the hair? What politician would do a campaign commercial with messy hair?
posted by any major dude at 7:26 AM on June 26, 2010


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