“Their butts…are GHOSTS!”
I would love to have a reason to make fake movie posters starring me and my friends. Lonely Island: Living the dream.
Sooo… am I the only one wondering if they used stunt butts?
A person with a ghost but would also have a ghost penis right?
The Boner Ghost might have a cameo, now that you mention it!
homonyms are a pain in the butt, the ghost butt
[Something about Joanna Newsom's butt]
It’s sad that the world will never know what these brave men did on Dookie Island to save us all.
Back when Facetaco was a lonely nerd in high school, he used to watch The Lonely Island, and tell people about it, and it was like listening to an indie band that you think is the best because nobody else has ever heard of them. Then Facetaco left the country for 4 years. In that time, The Lonely Island got a gig with SNL, and Andy Samberg became a household name. Now it’s nothing special to know how wonderful those dudes are.
And still, STILL, nobody gets it when I refer to things as “kablamo.” Including you fuckers, just last week. One upvote, my ass.
I listened to Lonely Islands before there were islands. Or loneliness.
The Crowded Peninsulas just doesn’t have the same ring to it.
*puts upvote up ass*
am I the only one fairly underwhelmed by these?
I blame 30 rock for setting the bar too high
Nothing can ever be better than Tracy Jordan’s “A Blaffair to Rememblack”
The whole Lonely Island thing has always reminded me of the kid in middle school who thinks he’s really cool for saying fuck all the time. They just use swearing as a substitute for genuine humor. I’m not offended by crude language (I listen to rap music and I call people cunts way too often), but it should be used for emphasis- not as a default to impress a dorm full of bored college students.
Unless you just meant that these weren’t really that funny and were kind of just half-assed* which I will also agree with.
*pun unintended, but in saying so I admit that I realized it and kept it in anway… so intended.
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