“According to Leanne Payne’s 1985 classic Crisis in Masculinity
, the main reason men become gay is because they’ve lost touch with their masculinity. This causes a void in their souls, which they then attempt to fill with other men’s dicks. To rectify this situation, I gave my life a full heterosexual makeover
. . .”
posted by Houyhnhnm
on May 23, 2011 -
"...this clip of a Japanese show called Gaki No Tsukai stands out not for what it includes, but for what it lacks - talking and screaming. It takes place in a studio made up like a library, with the participants (including Kickboxing champion Ernesto Hoost) stifling their laughter, screams of pain and retching noises, just like any student did in their own junior high school library." [youtube video, text shamelessly lifted from wfmu]
posted by Armitage Shanks
on May 18, 2006 -
Remember that film which spread like wildfire across the net in
'98 nicknamed "Bad Day at the Office". It showed an angry office worker bashing his computer? Well the computer is back, and he ain't happy
posted by claus
on Mar 4, 2005 -
"I have a hard time controlling my urges. Heck, I go home with just about any guy I meet. But then I discovered new Vagiseal
." (WMV - NSFW)
posted by Mwongozi
on Oct 12, 2004 -
is a little bit of socio-political commentary that doubles as Friday Flash.
More likely to generate chuckles than comments...
posted by BentPenguin
on May 23, 2003 -
Who's the only man who can take on President George W. Bush in a debate? Why, it's Texas Governor of the past, George W. Bush! BUSH v. BUSH!
posted by jearbear
on Apr 30, 2003 -
Lynne Cheney parody draws White House ire
An Internet lampoon of Vice President Dick Cheney's wife is no laughing matter at the White House, which has asked a satirist to remove pictures of her - complete with red clown noses - from his Web site
But the New York Civil Liberties Union struck back Wednesday on behalf of John A. Wooden, 31, threatening a lawsuit to protect his First Amendment rights to parody the White House and Bush officials on his site, whitehouse.org.
posted by turbanhead
on Mar 6, 2003 -
From the always excellent Sharpeworld
comes a true gem: her father's comedy duo's site, Coyle and Sharpe
. Harking back to another era (1960's San Francisco), the site features images, articles, and videos, but the hidden audio tracks
of man-on-the-street bits are not to be missed. They have all the innocence of Candid Camera, but are quite a bit funnier.
posted by mathowie
on Feb 5, 2003 -
Meaningless and funny.
I think the web is totally lacking in good writing that is totally irrelevant, funny, and doesn't try to preach. Why does everyone have to take a stance in order to be popular? Irritus is completely immaterial and cracks me up. It's perfect friday material.
posted by Denial of Service
on Jan 24, 2003 -
In England it is called the "Graveyard Grannies'' problem, in France the "Chere Grand'mere," while in Bulgaria it is inexplicably known as "The Toadstool Waxing Plan".
Next week, college students around the world will be taking final exams. Their grandmothers
will be dropping
posted by Wet Spot
on Dec 3, 2002 -
is "the Ed Wood of internet cartooning", according to some
. He is a frustrated but relentless artist whose "passion far exceeds his aptitude", and who seems destined for mediocrity and ridicule
everywhere but in the panels of his own comics
, where he treads the earth like a living god -- a misogynistic, racist, and ultimately unintelligible god, yes, but man, he sure can dance
posted by Hildago
on Sep 4, 2002 -
Once y'all start hitting this poor server it will probably have a nervous breakdown. Be nice.
posted by elgoose
on Jul 12, 2002 -
"Babe Ruth and I were teammates on the Yankees—and lovers, too
. It was no big deal back then. After Sunday games were over, lots of players and writers would come by our little flat in the Morrisania section of the Bronx for one of Babe's famous bean dinners. I also remember the evening when Babe, wearing his familiar pink housecoat, turned out a nice catfish stew for Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis. Everyone in baseball knew how it was with me and Babe. After the company had gone home and we'd done the dishes, he would lie in my arms and I'd whisper, 'You are my bambino.'"
posted by semmi
on Jun 30, 2002 -