Friday, March 25, 2011

Passive Aggressive Office Notes

Via Job, 40 (actually 38) passive aggressive office notes.  It's a great reminder of how pissed off people get about the little things in an office.

Some of the best ones are drinks for Dave, don't use comic sans and the very last one about cleaning the bathroom.

Maybe this is a kind of weak post but it's Friday and I'm too busy having to getting down.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Rebecca Black's Friday

This is what happens when people encourage crap like Ke$ha: Rebecca Black's song: "Friday."

Everybody can agree it is the worst song ever made, and one of the few things that's actually worse than Ke$ha.

It reminds me of a much shittier version of "Let's Go To The Mall" by Robin Sparkles, the fictional Canadian pop singer on "How I Met Your Mother."

Except that song's suppose to be a joke and intentionally bad unlike Black's song.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Careless Whisper and 80s Love of the Saxophone

You'll probably recognize George Michael's 1984 hit song "Careless Whisper" as soon as you hear it.

The song is unintentionally hilarious with its lyrics and signature saxophone riff.  It cracks me up every time.

Watching the 80s cheesy video only makes it better.  I didn't think "Careless Whisper" could get any funnier until I saw this prank involving the saxophone riff from the song.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Reasons Why Movies That Were Good as Kid are Not as Good as an Adult

As I previously highlighted with "Blank Check," movies that seemed good as kid doesn't always hold up to an adult's judgement.

It shouldn't be surprising since an adult's eye is more critical, but it's still jarring to realize these movies are actually awful.

You may want to avoid the ugly truth about the quality of a beloved childhood movie so before you watch it, consider these six reasons why movies don't hold up an an adult: