Posts tagged pokemon
Some things fit together so naturally, so logically, that you don’t even need to think about them — they just kind of go, like socks and feet, bread and toasters, gumzy and keebler 3…
These things are boring.
I wear socks in my hair, mmkay? And as for bread, I ball that ish up, dip it in hot sauce and toss it into my mouth like a soggy little timbit of FIRE.
Gumzy and keebler3 are actually just awesome and not boring at all. I stumbled upon that older adults from Virgina dater hookup thread while searching for “pairs of things that go together.”
Either the whole lot of characters there is inadvertently hilar, or I’m just severely overtired. Whatever the case, it’s greatest thing I’ve stumbled upon in the past half-hour.
Found this gif there, too. GOLD, JERRY, GOLD!
Anyhoo, this Pokémon x Fashion blog is also great, because unlike all of the things I mentioned above, Pokémon and Fashion aren’t the likeliest of combos. And yet it works, so very very well.
Turns out I’m not the only human out there who loves both Clefairy and Céline, Tentacruel and Thierry Mugler, Diglett and Dior (Not sure if the pokexfashion artist actually made any of these combos, I just like alliteration)
A whole bunch of outlets came along like “hurr durr lookit so cool” last week and now I’m like “HURRRRPDUURRRP I M COOL TOOOOO,” but like, I actually do like both fashion and Pokémon very much.
Exhibit Ugh, this isn’t about me. I’ll stop. Throwback Thursday, woo!
Wow, Sir Snarksalot up in here eh? I’ll tone it back. Hecka stressed out right now. Sometimes it comes out in sonnnnng! But not now.
Here are a few more cool posts from pokexfashion, which Internet tells me is run by a young man in ONTARIO (just like me!) called franny pack. FRANNY PACK, WHO ARE YOU? LET’S BE FRIENDS! DO YOU STILL HAVE YOUR POKEMON CARDS? I’ll steal some from my brother.
Go check out the rest for yourself right here right meow!
The Peterson Farm Brothers > LMFAO. Seriously, these clever and strapping young farm boys from Kansas or some place like that just put Berry Gordy’s offspring to shame.
In fact, I’m so impressed with the Peterson Farm Bros right now that I think they should be called LMFAO from now on.
The acronym can stand for something different, of course. “Livestock makes fertilizer all organic” or “Like my farming apron, Oprah?” or “Let’s Milk Foals And Oxen.”
Except maybe not that last one, because I don’t think it’s actually possible to milk a baby horse… or an ox, since they’re almost always male.
But I digress.
This videos has raked in almost 5 million views in less than two weeks on YouTube and actually prompted me to google “How to become a farmer.”
Congratulations, boys! Google has lead me to believe that I don’t have what it takes to be a farmer, but I LOVE being outside, am great with baby animals, and could probably learn how to bake a pie, so if you’re looking for a wife or a farm-crasher or something… Hollah.
I’m off to an early sleep tonight. Big morning tomorrow! But before I go, please enjoy this new and improved version of Maslow’s Heirarchy of needs:
That would be hilarious if it weren’t actually true. For the very same reason though, this picture is genuinely funny:
OH! AND HAPPY CATURDAY from laurenoutloud, Kurt Cobain, and Kurt Cobain’s kitty cat friends:
Have you ever wanted to be the very best? Like no one ever was?
Yeah, me too. I also get the Pokemon theme song stuck in my head at least twice a month, and figured it was high time to do something about it:
Don’t even try to front like you’ve never done the exact same thing. Maybe not into your webcam, but hey – few people are as willing to publicly ridicule themselves for the lulz as I. YOU’RE WELCOME / I’M SORRY.
Anyhoo, like I mention in the video, that was a straight-up procrastinatory exercise.
I’m in the middle of one of those super slammed periods of time where I stay up until 3:00am every night with work, work, life, work and social activities. I’m also trying to cut together a reel and redesign my portfolio ASAP because you never know when DONDA might come calling, right?
Being that I don’t have time for a proper weekend wrap post, I’ll just share a few photos with you and say that it was dope. A busy, bouncy, blustery weekend.
I took my VIXIA riding on Sunday, so you can expect a snowy LOLvlog soon. Until then, there’s this:
36 seconds for one run, weeeee!
Okay, it was actually the base of a run that was maybe… 75 seconds. Blue Mountain was too far so we went to Moonstone instead. Meh.
Finally, here’s a little browser tab explosion for y’all:
- A day in the life of a social media rockstar, by Slacktory. I love this so hard.
- Art’s greatest moments, recreated avec Barbie. !!!
- This is how you die – A Tumblog.
- Awesome Whistler Film Festival spot. “Unexpected Stories”. Well done.
- Skullball Machine. So sick.
- Greatest licence plate ever, rigggght?
- Facebook’s entire TOS, in Bro-speak. Again, via Slacktory.
- Brampton has dirty Tweets.
- Starbucks is about to start selling da booze.
-Turn your TOOLBOX into a BOOMBOX!
- Gratuitous ACER. Bwahahaha:
C’est tou! Me out! Watch MTVCreeps, tonight at 9:30pm. I’m not on tonight’s episode, but I’ll be back in a few. Wa, ha, ha…
“Prepare for Trouble, Summer 2010″ – bwahahaha.
Remember when the first Pokemon movie came out in Canada? I think that pretty much made my life at the time.
I used to rush home after school to watch this show with my brother on YTV and, just like Sailor Moon, sometimes it got me so riled and emotional that I started to cry.
I also played Pokemon Snap on the N64 like woah. I ruled at that game. I could even capture Mewtwo!
Are you impressed? ‘Cause… nobody else was. Dude… I was 14 and addicted to Pokemon.
Even if I had been allowed to date, I highly doubt anyone would have been into that. Maybe Brock…
Shashashashasha… crush fusion. Like Strawberry-Banana V8, but yummier.
“WELL YOUR *EVOLUTION* IS JUST THREE DIGLETS HANGING OUT TOGETHER. YEAH, SOMEONE FINALLY SAID IT.”
I can’t remember if it was my mom or Marge Simpson who called them “pokie mans”. Maybe both.
Sometimes I confuse my real family with my TV families. Part and parcel of growing up in the 90′s I suppose… speaking of which, enjoy:
Alex Mack, Goosebumps, The Magic School bus, Sonic for Sega!
Judging by some of the music video and film content, I would say that this was produced by someone approximately three years older than me. Bang on with the TV and video games though.
And yes, that video totally made me cry. That song always does.