Caution: Sound gets loud at certain parts.
The Parent Television Council has called this video history’s most explicit “X-rated” video.
“The animated Easter Bunny clip…features over a dozen unbleeped ‘f-words;’ depictions of dozens of fornicating rabbits; more than a dozen instances of a vulgar slang term for ejaculation; a depiction of a male character eating rabbit feces; and music lyrics that are grotesquely sexualizing and misogynistic. An overt reference to Christians and Jews only adds to the offensive nature of a video being promoted during Holy Week and Passover…it’s easily X-rated material that directly targets, and appeals to, children.”
So, there you have it. Don’t watch this anywhere near work or small children.
And here we have the best reaction to the Purple Wedding that you’ll ever see. Jack Gleeson, who has said he will leave the world of acting now that his time as the world’s worst villain is over, says a final goodbye by mocking his character’s death scene.
We both hate and adore you, Jack.
However you feel (or don’t feel) about Taylor Swift, there is a certain element of awesomeness in a celebrity that takes the time out of their schedule to make a random person’s day.
Gena has been a longtime fan of Swift and sent her an invitation to her wedding. Though Swift couldn’t make the wedding, she was available to attend the bridal shower. Of course, she didn’t RSVP, but when you’re Taylor Swift, I don’t really think you need to RSVP to stuff.
Beer pong and medieval warfare. Is there a better combination? I think NOT!
Fresh Dragon Games has come up with a simple way to transform today’s most popular drinking game into a strategy game. How much strategy can your brain remember when you’re drunk? Probably not much, but getting to wear a crown and throwing ping-pong balls into little solo-cup castles can make any bev’d up person feel like they’re taking over a kingdom. This is what Castle Pong: The Pregame of Throws is all about.
The castle walls snap right onto your beer cups, and they were made to add a bit more challenge by causing the ping-pong balls to ricochet off. If your opponent catches a ball, then you’re in trouble. If you land the ball in a cup, you plant a flag right into the castle wall. The objective is to break through the defenses by claiming three cups that connect and reach your opponent’s side of the table, and then by making two shots at the King’s Cup. Once you’ve done that, the enemy team has a chance to save themselves by making every shot on an uncaptured castle. If they miss, then the King has been defeated and must drink.
The rules are more in depth than that, and I’m sure people can alter the rules and make their own games. Personally, I’m a quarters guy, but the idea of having a medieval battle involving getting drunk seems pretty fun.
If you’d like to support the Kickstarter or learn more about the project, check it out here.