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They’ll have to Bend the rules.
My economics professor from sophomore year loved that site. Near the end of the semester he admitted in class he’d written detailed rave reviews for himself.
I sense Gabe spinning in his grave at the use of the word “hair-story” in that Jennifer Aniston article.
yeah I wouldn’t say it’s in mint condition
I watched it again with this realization and from now on I’ll be saying “brrr” with one r because it’s perfect.
For me, a very close second to 0:21-0:23 is the totally necessary extra syllable included around 0:06-0:09.
I can’t explain why but this has quickly become of my favorite Videogum posts. I guess it’s the Kirk Cameron effect: passe celebrity + bafflingly out-of-nowhere quotes = classic Videogum post, always.
I can only read the phrase “blogger in the sky” to the tune of Norman Greenbaum’s “Spirit in the Sky” and it’s kind of amazing.
Does Gwyneth Paltrow know that her “rapping” isn’t enjoyable when approached from any perspective, either as a joke or as actual music?It’s neither. It’s like a spider that has a weird pattern on its back that you don’t know what type of spider it is and you keep Google Image searching “oh God what is this orange-striped spider thing in my house” and you find no answers but you still have to wonder: oh God what is this orange-striped spider thing in my house?
It really was. Kelsey Grammar: “I did not have sex for ten years.” Me: “I did not need to know that for forever years.”
That scene was the worst. I was watching that episode with three other people and we all simultaneously went “UGH.”
Oh wow. I thought Kelly was joking about the “steampunk renaissance fair” business. And I laughed while reading it. Because I assumed that was part of the bit and not a phrase that would actually appear in this video. That adult humans would use.
No one said Crimson Tide? How did that happen?
I was once coincidentally on the same plane flight as Newt and Calista Gingrich. I guess this means I’m two Kevin Bacon degrees from Snooki now?
This video ends too suddenly. I want to know more about that cat! Where is he going in that suit? Rare miss, Michael.
I think I’m going to start calling the act of beginning sentences with “We don’t judge others, BUT” Duggaring.
Same. This reminds me of the “Sorkinisms” supercut that was posted today on The Daily What. Both Wes Anderson and Aaron Sorkin are popular, both have recognized styles/character quirks, and both have been successful enough to get to use these quirks repeatedly to the point where, for some, it’s becoming tiring. Personally, I’m much more tired of Sorkin than Anderson. At least Wes Anderson hasn’t yet broken his legendary silence about the status of female high-fives, as far as I know.
That was so stupid. I almost laughed out loud in the theater.
Gorgeous, worth seeing in IMAX, buuuuuuut the whole second half of the movie. Oh boy. “Big plot set-ups have small pay-offs if any” – Fichael Massbender
My favorite (not favorite) part is how Pop Chips don’t show up until over a minute into the video. Is this Pop Chip’s way of convincing us to use their product to wash the bad taste out of our mouth that’s caused by the first minute of the ad? Or is it just their way of making me feel more like a shithead for continuing to watch it for that long?
Oh it definitely does. It’s like Zach Braff and the guys who wrote 500 Days of Summer got together and decided to write the ultimate Manic Pixie Dream Girl fantasy.
What’s that horror movie where the black people die first?
I had to read it twice before I figured out that he wasn’t fake-peeing on her.
I noticed the clip where Sarah kissed ass on Lindsay and said she should win took place before Judge’s Table, instead of after as the editing implied (based on their seating arrangements pre/post-judging). Doesn’t change Sarah being The Worst, just also shows Top Chef editing being The Sneakiest.