Posts Tagged ‘youtube’
Great rap video in praise of Daddy Skills. This one is worth watching.
Sleeping until 7:08? Lucky.
Here we have the Super Golden Friends singing Thank You For Being a Superfriend. The second part we made up. Whatever. This fan-made video is amusing.
According to EW.com, the video’s creator considers it a pitch for an Adult Swim series about the aging Justice Leaguers. Sure, why not?
Ah, YouTube. Despite recent attempts by Google to create a container for corporate controlled content consumption, there are still many pockets of joyful goofiness to behold. Such as this kid, who does a bunch of awesome impressions of characters from Game Of Thrones. Watch the video and behold.
I can’t say with certainty that the person doing the impressions is a “kid”. He’s definitely younger than me, and Topless Robot said he’s a kid in the headline, so until I hear otherwise that’s enough evidence for me. Stay with it through the end because there’s a funny bit.
via This Kid Just Won the Game of Thrones – Topless Robot via All Leather Must Be Boiled by Sean T. Collins (On that site there be spoilers. This is known.)
Gather ’round, gentle readers. I am here to present to you the tale of how YouTube helped me get the Digital Copy of LOTR (Lord of the Rings, ‘natch) before the codes expired.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — thank goodness that there are people with time on their hands who like to post videos to YouTube. Usually when I say that I’m referring to folks who take the time to post scenes from old TV shows online. When I’m researching articles for Snakkle, these folks are invaluable.
This time I’m grateful that a YouTuber using the handle Blucollection posted this video of his unboxing of the Lord of the Rings Extended Edition Blu-Ray box set. Read more »
A fan-imagined trailer for a movie based on the game Tetris. Because after all, “If Battleship gets its own movie, why not Tetris?” Why not indeed.
Based on this trailer, made by a YouTuber called Warialasky, the movie would be better than ”Battleship”, which is admittedly like saying someone is shorter than Shaquille O’Neal. But still.
I know we’ve been spending way too much time talking about The Avengers but darn it, I loved that movie and I keep coming across tidbits I want to share. I’m a dork. Sue me.
This video is from The Daily and is called Hulk’s Smashing Special Effects. It’s really cool. It also helps illuminate why The Hulk is one of the most popular characters in The Avengers, and why Mark Ruffalo was such a brilliant choice to play Bruce Banner — and The Hulk.
Check out this video of a 6 year old making an unassisted triple play. That’s right. TRIPLE play. With no help at all. Except for a couple of confused kids.
I once made an unassisted double play when I was around 10 years old. My mom still talks about it.