Rob Dyrdek doesn’t seem like a bad guy. He even seems to have plenty of unique ideas, as evidenced by his MTV show, Fantasy Factory. But lately, I’m not so sure…
First, there was…
Wild Grinders and Super Mario
I know that Mario Mario (real name) doesn’t hold the patent on red and blue ensembles, but come on. Dyrdek’s Nickelodeon cartoon based on his Wild Grinders toy line looks a lot like he who dons raccoon apparel to fly.
And then there was (or this might have been first)…
It's Ridiculousness how much Ridiculousness is like Tosh.0...
Let’s just remember, aside from skateboarding, Dyrdek got all his cash money from Rob & Big.
So is that a Coinkydink or Coinkydonk?
This might be my most difficult In Defense Of yet. Out of everything I’ve defended, I’ve found a silver lining. But these things – I hate these things:
Revenge of the Son of the "Baby On Board" Signs, Part 2
And that’s just what it is, right? It’s the latest parental fad, like those old Baby on Board signs:
Baby, I'm Bored...
They’re pointless and annoying. All this coming from the guy that’s defended the
dislikes of Justin Beiber!
So where do I begin?
So I’m going to have to dig deep within and point out a point.
They’re ripe for comedy. Check out this (possibly tasteless) video:
If people used these for comedic purposes rather than boastful, we might see the likes of this:
Could be a single lady's possible future...
Or maybe celebrities could get in on the trend
to kill it:
Neil Patrick Harris' Family
Octomom (less the rest of her brood) or Kate Gosselin
Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus
I fear I’ve failed this In Defense Of, and this is what I should get:
I apologize for posting another video (as if I don’t post beaucoup de vidz anyway), but the post I was working on started changing and growing from what I initially imagined (don’t worry – it will still be less than superb). I need to be somewhere else soon, plus I want to allow the other idea to ferment a little longer, so here’s my gift to you (via Tosh.0):