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Tag Archives: Humor
Apparently it involves big bellies… Coming soon to a theme park near you? On second thought, there is so much titillation and stereotyping in this ad, I’m no longer amused. Is this sort of thing typical in Japan?
I feel a little bad for posting this. But I really can’t resist one last jab at California Adventure. After all, there is a reason it’s undergoing a multi-billion dollar upgrade. Plus it’s the funniest thing I’ve seen all day.
Congratulations, you made it to Wednesday. Here’s are a couple funny videos to get you over the hump and moving toward the weekend. The Incredible Deflating President Lincoln I don’t know about you, but that had me laughing for a … Continue reading
This wonderful parody of the famous Pixar intro comes from College Humor. I hope that Emeryville is on the phone with this animator even now. .
This one is for Disney fans who spent countless hours watching Disney Afternoon cartoons like Duck Takes instead of doing homework or having a social life. It’s the latest from CollegeHumor.com