Worth 1,000,002 Words… I’m Speechless

SIDENOTE: For reference…

BONUS SIDENOTE: Too bad William Shatner is Canadian, otherwise SHATNER 2016!

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Worth 1002 Words… It’s Like Coning, But You’re Invisible And Don’t Order Soft Serve

I’ve decided that I’m not finding (or looking) for funny pictures anymore, which used to constitute Worth 1002 Words.  If I find one that works, I’ll post it.  But you know what else is Worth 1002 Words?  Some videos, like this one:

CAPTION: Value Men-Boo!

SOME ALTERNATES:

  • Chicken McScaredycats
  • Worry Flurry
  • Big OMG
  • McRibbings Return!
  • Got Served

Worth 1002 Words… Creeped Me The F— Out Edition

Look Away!

(SIDENOTE: I don’t really want to get into how I found this on IMDb, but here I go… I was looking up horrible movies that were in the After Dark Horriblefest Horrorfest, and I didn’t realize that one I had seen was in that group.  The Graves is one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen, but thanks to its leads, Clare Grant (Mrs. Seth Green) and cutie Jillian Murray, I unfortunately stuck with it.  So having seen a lot of Ms. Grant on the TripleDoubleU, I thought I’d look into Ms. Murray’s C.V.  Lucky for me, she was the star of a little movie called Wild Things: Foursome.  Nonetheless, this dude named Keith Hudson had a small part in it, and his picture freaked me out.  This is a shot from another movie, just to let you know…)

The Silver Lining… At Least I Can Still Share “All Star Bowling Trick Shots” With You

This was going to be Worth 1002 Words, but I forgot I had one waiting.  You’ll see that tomorrow.  Instead, I’m upset I can’t embed videos unless they’re of a certain kind on WordPress anymore.  But like the title of the post says…

Air Robinson

Air Robinson

(SIDENOTE: You see, because that’s Craig Robinson of Hot Tub Time Machine and The Office, and he’s dun— oh, never mind. Watch the video by clicking here.  There are more stars than you can shake a stick at.  What’s that, you say?  You can shake a stick at seventeen stars?  Well then there’s as many stars as you specifically can shake a stick at.)