Happy Find… Famous Last Words Mashup

There have been a lot of these made over the [choose your own increment of time passed]*, and I only present this one to you because of the awesome [choose your own segment of the following video]**.

(via Screen Junkies)

*I chose “months.”

**I chose “ending.”  I mean, c’mon…  Troll 2 and The Room?!  It gives me a [choose your own physical reaction].


Musical Musings… Finally Remembered To Look Up These Themes

It doesn’t happen often, but today I have some words of advice:

If you live in Detroit and you’ve had your house broken into twice, do not watch Detroit 1-8-7… it gave me a nightmare.

Luckily, I was able to fall back to sleep, but from now on I’m sticking with something positive, like MTV’s World of Jenks or The Buried Life.  Here are the theme songs to each of the shows:

  • Kid Cudi’s Soundtrack 2 My Life from World of Jenks
  • Grits’ My Life Be Like (Ooh-Ahh) from The Buried Life

Hibbidy-Wah?! Teledildonics

Yeah.  I don’t know how I feel about this.

So it turns that Google has been developing cars that drive themselves.  This comes out less than two years since one of their mapping vans hit a baby deer (and documented it).

All this when we haven’t even perfected teledildonics yet.

For those that don’t know what teledildonics is (I just found out myself), allow me to present you with a sample:


Coming soon to the Wii. Heh.


If you haven’t put two and two twogether yet, I’ll let Wikipedia spell it out for you:

Teledildonics (also known as “cyberdildonics”) are electronic sex toys that can be controlled by a computer.

Even the above Wiimotes can be accessed and used by a computer.

If you don’t think that’s Hibbidy-Wah?! enough for you, then there’s always this:

So, Duh! Pop Quiz… Name That Car!

Using puns is a way I get by.  Sure, crack cocaine might be more forgivable and less annoying, but whatevs.  Speaking of annoying, isn’t it annoying when people say “whatevs“?

Anyhonda, in today’s So, Duh! Pop Quiz, I’m interjecting (American!) car company logos over scenes from movies and other random things.  You need to figure out the make of the car.

Is it easy?  Ever try getting a girl into the backseat of your Smart Car?






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A Handful Of… Decent Songs Performed In Non-Musicals

I’m sorry, but I am not going to apologize for having any of these songs on the list.  Wait.  Does that work?

Anyhoosiersshouldneverbemadeintoamusical, here are A Handful Of songs I enjoyed that were sung by characters in movies that were not musicals.  Agree or disagree in the comments (Jeremy!)…

  • Sex Bob-Omb’s Garbage Truck from Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

This song was actually written by Beck (I’m not sure if the actors performed it), so there’s that.  And the movie is kick-ass (not to be confused with Kick-Ass), so double win.

  • Eddie and the Cruisers’ On the Dark Side from Eddie and the Cruisers

This movie originally came out in 1984, and I guarantee more people know John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band’s song than the flick itself.  Actor! Michael Paré would go on to make tons more B-movies.  He would also co-star in TV’s The Greatest American Hero, believe it or not.

  • The Soggy Bottom Boys’ Man of Constant Sorrow from O’ Brother, Where Art Thou?

Okay… this wasn’t a song originally made for the Coen Brothers’ film, but I still have to include the remake of Dick Burnett’s classic.

  • Josie and the Pussycat’s 3 Small Words from Josie and the Pussycats

Letters to Cleo front woman, Kay Hanley, performed all the eponymous rock group’s songs, and you have to admit the song’s as catchy as chlamydia herpes syphilis a smile.  Also, take notice of the clever countdown in the chorus (6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1)…

  • The Wonders’ That Thing You Do! from That Thing You Do!

The group might have almost been called The Oneders, but real-life rock group, Fountains of Wayne, did a great job at capturing the pop hit feeling of that era.  They proved their pop hit chops again a few years later with their own overplayed catchy hit – Stacy’s Mom.

  • Electric Dream Machine’s Dayman from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Pure pop perfection.