Love these guys!
I want Gabe and Max to flirt with me 8)
What are you going to do about it?
Ian was too shy to tell you himself, so he asked me to tell you this:
Gabe makes a funny about “flirting with gas”, but in that last clip, it really looked take really deep breaths of gas would really help my ability to flirt. I’m confused, guys.
“Why are you so quiet, this video?” Me to this video.
Holy crap, this! So quiet!
This is my fave ep.
“LOLOLOL..” made me guffaw aloud in a quiet room, and people looked at me, however, SO WORTH IT
as always, good socks. when is max going to do another two man chaingang? could you ask him for me? he never response to my fanatic twitter messages.
They did! It’s here: http://fourfour.typepad.com/fourfour/2011/07/new-2-man-chain-gang.html
why is there something wrong with me? i graduated from college and suddenly I never use the right word for anything ever.
Thanks a lot, CUOMO.
I’d flirt with Max, but the whole time he was on-screen, I couldn’t take my eyes off the “Hide Yo Kids, Hide Yo Wife” lunch box.
it’s weird how it gazes right back into you, I find.
Unironic crush on Max over here. I want to compliment his blouse, if you know what I mean (I hope you don’t.)
hate these guys!
What’s tater salad?
TBS™ Very funny, but also next time make sure the microphone on Max is turned on. Something, something, ‘First World Problems’, I’m sure.
this has got to be the best installment of gabe and max.. (etc.) so far. that was all!
I’m sure someone, somewhere on the internet has pointed this out about that knife arm-shaving video, but there really is a (semi-)reasonable explanation. It’s a standard way for artisan knife-makers to show off how sharp the knives the make are, and is a part of the official exam to earn the title “Master Bladesmith” from the American Bladesmith society. This is from a New Yorker article:
Bob Kramer is one of a hundred and twenty-two people in the world, and the only former chef, to have been certified in the United States as a Master Bladesmith. To earn that title, which is conferred by the American Bladesmith Society, Kramer underwent five years of study, culminating in the manufacture, through hand-forging, of six knives. One of those was a roughly finished, fifteen-inch bowie knife, which Kramer had to use to accomplish four tasks, in this order: cut through an inch-thick piece of Manila rope in a single swipe; chop through a two-by-four, twice; place the blade on his forearm and, with the belly of the blade that had done all the chopping, shave a swath of arm hair; and, finally, lock the knife in a vise and permanently bend it ninety degrees.
In summary, HEY LOOK AT ME I READ THE NEW YORKER.
That was a VERY good article! It in no way explains why he was shaving SOMEONE ELSE’S arm.
omg fabulous – thanks love!
ughhhh. i suck at the internet. stray reply meant for the chaingang linkage
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