Happy Monday

September 29, 2008


Hey lovelies!

I wanted to start this week off right with some humor courtesy of one of the funniest men on t.v. today: The Soup’s Joel McHale.
The Soup’s Joel McHale

Here’s a snippet from an interview he did with New York Press magazine this past summer: (I love when he makes fun of Ryan Seacreast)

You were once a guest star on CSI Miami [in 2005 the role was “bank manager Greg Welch”]. Tell me, is there any person in the world who takes himself more seriously than David Caruso?
Oh, well, Flavor Flav, I think. I just think he really thinks he’s going to find love. Him or Bret Michaels. You know what? Let’s just say Tila Tequila. She is dead serious about finding love.

Out of Flavor Flav, Bret Michaels or Tila Tequila, which one would rather have raise your sons [Eddie, who is 3 and his newborn Isaac]:
Which one would I let raise my kids? I would just throw my kids off a bridge. Actually, I would rather have my kids raised by a feral cat, wouldn’t you?

Maybe they’d be much better off just being left in the woods to fend for themselves…
Oh, they’d be much better off. They’d have survival skills and a trade. They’d have skills that would actually be respected and from which they could make money.

If you stacked three apples, which would be taller, the stack of apples, or Seacrest?

Well, what kind of apples?

Macintosh apples are kind of squat, so maybe those?
Yeah, it would have to be those. If they were Golden Delicious then the apples would be taller. Actually, Seacrest is rarely in the office, he just floats around like a gas…like he’s Nosferatu.

For more of this interview click here

Here are some video clips that keep me smiling:
Whitney Houston’s “Kiss My Ass”

Nathaniel Yo Gabba Gabba dance

♥ the alchemist

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