Friday, May 8, 2015

New Hamburglar: Hide Ya Kids, Hide Ya Wife

Mcdonald's decided it was time to update their Hamburglar character by making him a real person with a wife and son that's also very creepy in his spare time.

Maybe I've seen too many Criminal Minds and Law and Order SVU episodes, but he looks like the type of guy that commits sexual assault crimes with burgers.

Friday, March 27, 2015

March Madness 2015: Pop Culture Thoughts

1. Zaxby's 

I had never heard of this place before, but they paid a lot of money to show commercials during March Madness because they're always on.  Apparently it's quite popular in the South, and seems similar to Chick-Fil-A.  All I can think of when I see Zaxby's is chicken full of beard hair because they use the Duck Dynasty people as spokesmen.  I prefer my chicken hair free.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Why is Michelle Pfeiffer Mentioned in Two Current Pop Songs?

Despite not starring in a movie at the moment, Michelle Pfeiffer is name checked in not one, but two current pop songs:  Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars's "Uptown Funk" and Vance Joy's "Riptide."

At the 19 second mark of "Uptown Funk,"  Mars sings, "This hit, that ice cold Michelle Pfeiffer, that white gold"  

On a side note can we all agree this song sounds like it should be on the 80s Ghostbusters soundtrack?

Friday, October 3, 2014

The Elmy Awards 2014

Sesame Street is back at it again with their parodies of TV shows such as True Detective, House of Cards, Scandal, and Sherlock.  In a video for Entertainment Weekly,  it pokes fun at the Emmys and various TV dramas.

According to Cookie Monster's Rust Cohle,  time is a round flat cookie that never completely satisfies your hunger.

The The House of Cards one is also great, but what really steals the show is the Scandal parody. Cookie Monster keeps coming back with plot turns that get more and more ridiculous yet true to the show.

Friday, September 5, 2014

Last Five Songs I Heard in the Supermarket

It's that time once again to see what songs they are randomly playing in supermarkets.

1. Green Day - Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)

It's still strange to think this is actually a Green Day song, but perfect if you want to get sentimental about the food you're buying.  It's something unpredictable but in the end that fruit looks ripe, I hope it doesn't give me the food poisoning of my life.

Friday, July 25, 2014

The Songs of the Billboard Top 10 in Their Simplest Meaning

Music is full of metaphors and florid language, but sometimes it's just nice to get straight to the point. In that spirit,  let's take a look at the current Billboard top 10 and break them down to their simplest meaning.

1.  Magic - Rude

Simplest Meaning: "I just want to bang your daughter so stop being a dick about it"

I can't stress how much I hate this song.  It's rude to my ears and I don't blame the father for wanting to keep this guy away from his daughter.  I wouldn't want a canadian playing reggae guy anywhere near my daughter either.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

U.S. Roster for 2014 World Cup: Pop Culture Breakdown

With the World Cup starting today,  it would be ideal to get to know the players on the U.S. World Cup roster.  If you want a serious breakdown, I suggest checking out this detailed Sports Illustrated roster run down.

But if you want to have a little more fun with the roster, here's a pop culture breakdown of the U.S. roster.