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I didn't know that

I've been bingeing that entire channel. Interesting stuff, very well presented.
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Sex With Ducks: the Music Video by Garfunkel and Oates

Interestingly, Kate "Oates" Micucci now voice acts one of the characters, Webby, on Duck Tales. :up:
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THIS is how you sell a car

(or get a job in making movies/tv)
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NY cab driver counts to a hundred in french.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rmBqIFeHN8
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Can This Chef Make Instant Ramen Fancy?
Can This Chef Make Boxed Mac 'N' Cheese Fancy?
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Watch the last one through to the end. The little dance she does when the guy tries her dish is criminally adorable.
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"Stephen Colbert plays D&D with Matt Mercer for Red Nose Day".

After a minute-long intro and another 9.5 minutes where they talk about the history of D&D and Mercer guides Colbert through the setup (along with some of the differences from the original game which Colbert had played), the actual gameplay YouTube video is 42 minutes long but well worth your time if you were ever a D&D player. Mercer is a wonderfully creative dungeon master.
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You just have to watch it.

Kodi Lee's Golden Buzzer
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justine wrote: You just have to watch it.

Kodi Lee's Golden Buzzer


:eek: :cry: :D
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ukimalefu wrote:
justine wrote: You just have to watch it.

Kodi Lee's Golden Buzzer


:eek: :cry: :D

I cry every time i watch it!
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That was a wonderful performance. Thanks for posting that, justine.

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Another video that will make you laugh through the tears: "My experience with radiation therapy".

Simone Giertz had previously posted on her channel--do note: the opening video starts playing automatically--funny videos about (purposefully) wasteful robots with funny results, but a year or so ago she announced that she had been diagnosed with a brain tumor. After undergoing an operation to have it removed, she subsequently was diagnosed with some remnants of that brain tumor and so had to undergo radiation therapy to at least control its growth. In the top link she explains why she had to have this face mask made.
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justine wrote:
ukimalefu wrote:
justine wrote: You just have to watch it.

Kodi Lee's Golden Buzzer


:eek: :cry: :D

I cry every time i watch it!


No kidding. That video is definitely NSFW. :cry:
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You guys are very welcome, even if it made you cry at work. I just love it!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZsJyCyGBSI

In Japan kids could see that on tv. At least you could think they're the target audience. Or japanese adults really like bubble gum.

Just so you know, it's full of sexual innuendo / double entendres.
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Yah...Japan is not Christian society...it does not teach shame of stupid human waste that nobody should be ashamed of! I mean, Portugal tried really hard, and the best they could do was make nude high-school co-eds swim on opposite sides of the pool separated by a rope (which became the rope of eternal longing).
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Metacell wrote: Yah...Japan is not Christian society...it does not teach shame of stupid human waste that nobody should be ashamed of! I mean, Portugal tried really hard, and the best they could do was make nude high-school co-eds swim on opposite sides of the pool separated by a rope (which became the rope of eternal longing).


The irony of Christianity is staggering, given that Judaism is actually very sex positive - so long as that sex is contained within marriage. Christians, for some stupid reason, made sex entirely dirty regardless of context, having apparently skipped over the Song of Solomon in it's entirety.
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maurvir wrote:
Metacell wrote: Yah...Japan is not Christian society...it does not teach shame of stupid human waste that nobody should be ashamed of! I mean, Portugal tried really hard, and the best they could do was make nude high-school co-eds swim on opposite sides of the pool separated by a rope (which became the rope of eternal longing).


The irony of Christianity is staggering, given that Judaism is actually very sex positive - so long as that sex is contained within marriage. Christians, for some stupid reason, made sex entirely dirty regardless of context, having apparently skipped over the Song of Solomon in it's entirety.

It ain't called "Cafeteria Christianity" by some for no reason: "I'll have me some Psalms and Deuteronomy and a big helping of Leviticus."
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maurvir wrote:
Metacell wrote: Yah...Japan is not Christian society...it does not teach shame of stupid human waste that nobody should be ashamed of! I mean, Portugal tried really hard, and the best they could do was make nude high-school co-eds swim on opposite sides of the pool separated by a rope (which became the rope of eternal longing).


The irony of Christianity is staggering, given that Judaism is actually very sex positive - so long as that sex is contained within marriage. Christians, for some stupid reason, made sex entirely dirty regardless of context, having apparently skipped over the Song of Solomon in it's entirety.

I think it's the worst crime ever committed against the human race...and Islam took it even further. It was the banning of worship of Ashera, wife of Jehovah, Queen of Heaven and erasing her from the religion that did it. The priesthood just didn't want it to be suggested that women held equal status in the Kingdom of God.
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ukimalefu wrote: James May's Unpimp my ride

If that were a real show where they restored badly modded Civics, etc. back to stock while making fun of mods, I'd watch every episode.
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dv wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: James May's Unpimp my ride

If that were a real show where they restored badly modded Civics, etc. back to stock while making fun of mods, I'd watch every episode.


That's what I wanted to see.
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dv wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: James May's Unpimp my ride

If that were a real show where they restored badly modded Civics, etc. back to stock while making fun of mods, I'd watch every episode.
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maurvir wrote:
dv wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: James May's Unpimp my ride

If that were a real show where they restored badly modded Civics, etc. back to stock while making fun of mods, I'd watch every episode.

the amount of material out there is material for years and years.

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maurvir wrote:
dv wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: James May's Unpimp my ride

If that were a real show where they restored badly modded Civics, etc. back to stock while making fun of mods, I'd watch every episode.


so maybe you could ask

the video was uploaded recently, and it's their channel, I mean Clarkson, Hammond and May.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChiwLD ... xqdixMHmQA

they have other videos similar to that one

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... rkN9wazFM4

Haven't watched those yet, but they're also short videos, so not the full thing we're talking about.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ykzo3V8yt8

Holy crap, this is just awesome. :awe:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LewVEF2B_pM

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trailer for new microsoft flight sim

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Tom Cruise on why he loves being a Scientologist

Gotta love the "almost Mission Impossible, but not quite" music in the background.

More Cruise cruisin'
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What did I just watch?
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I watched both videos. I still don’t know why he loves being a Scientologist. Maybe he likes the Kool Aid they serve?
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