“Everybody’s losing their shit, right? They’re like, Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, there’s a scorpion on the nun, there’s a scorpion on the nun!”
I think this is my favorite story of 2011.
Wait until about the 4:45 mark…
The tumblr claims it’s real. I don’t believe it, but that doesn’t matter.
I suppose you’re right, but from my experience, writing a novel is like having sex with a gorilla. You ain’t done till the gorilla’s done. You might think, Well, when I’m done, I’ll be done. But you’re not done.The gorilla’s still going.
For some reason, after watching this, I spent another twenty minutes watching moon-landing conspiracy videos. Try to avoid that if possible.
I’ve recently rediscovered The Wet Spots. They make sex-positive musical comedy. I’ll leave the being funny to them.
A rubber chicken is a replica of a completely plucked but otherwise complete barnyard fowl made from a latex injection mold. A popular sight gag and slapstick comedy prop, rubber chickens are sometimes used by comics as a mock weapon. They are also sometimes used by jugglers in place of clubs. The origin of the rubber chicken is obscure, but is likely a natural change of the use of pig bladders. In the days before the development of plastic and latex, bladders were inflated and attached to a stick. They were used as props by jesters and minstrels for the same comic effects as the modern rubber chicken.