Still not nearly gross enough to mirror how I am in real life: face smushed into pillow, very confused and angry look when waking up, and laugh not nearly enough of a guffaw.
But I suppose some people may not be as disgusting or robust as I am at times.
Sometimes I forget that white people problems also happen outside of the US. Take Australia, for example. It seems that the Domino’s Pizza Facebook page is rife with instances of pizza issues that just don’t seem all that important. Though for the person typing the complaint, I am sure that it felt like the end of the world.
After a particularly heavy snow fall, two guys in Duluth, MN attempt to go “snow swimming.”
I generally have rule about jumping into snow while near-nude…only do it if there is a hot tub close by. I see no hot tub in this video. All I see is two men in speedos, screaming like small children.
Photographer Roger Ballen’s work is quite interesting. At times strange, weird, and alarming, his work reached even more success after he partnered with South African duo Die Antwoord on some of their music videos. Now his new series, “Asylum of the Birds,” is set to debut and this short film gives you a slight insight into the chaotic and insane mind of Ballen. From the YouTube description
To mark the publication of his much-awaited new monograph Asylum of the Birds, photographer Roger Ballen, with director Ben Crossman, has produced this psychologically powerful, unforgettable film that follows Roger into a world synonymous with his photographs, as never before seen on film.
In an interview for the making of “Fatty Boom Boom,” Yolandi Visser, one half of Die Antwoord, told the interviewer, “Mr. Ballen is like, the weirdest person I’ve ever met in my life.” The other half of the group, Ninja, says that he is Ballen’s protege.
So, that should prepare you for what you’re about to watch. It seems like normal photographer stuff at first, but then it gets…interesting.
Old Spice has come up with another interactive piece of media to hawk their products with a new website that let’s you listen to clips of American rock band Huey Lewis and the News played by a hairpiece. Yes, played by a hairpiece. That’s the Power of Hair takes requests, but only if it’s a Huey song.
The website autoplays, so just going to throw that warning in there.
Now go have some fun, you crazy kids.