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Videos You Will Enjoy–Probably (NSFW)

 Videos, Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas, Full Metal Jacket, Raging Bull, Bullwinkle, Bob Ross, Gooodfellas

NSFW:

Enjoy a list of a few forgotten or maybe never seen videos. These great clips feature a Raging Bull…winkle, some ether, an artist, a joker, actually two jokers–but don’t tell Tommy that he’s a “funny guy.”

First up, a short parody of Raging Bull.  With only slight modifications, the theme of the video stays true to the original scene.  To those that have not watched ‘Raging Bull’–check it out.  The black & white film still holds up to time while recounting the harsh reality of the late boxing champion Jake LaMotta.

You sucked Mr. Peabody’s cock?

 

Next up, not a parody of anything, just a straight-up adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas.  Although not much a box office smash, the movie is what one would consider, like the late Mr. Thompson, a cult classic.

“We were somewhere around Barstow on the edge of the desert when the drugs began to take hold.”

 

Two movies in one?  The following scene comes from Full Metal Jacket.  The movie recounts the Vietnam era in a distinct manner.  The “cool” part of the film features the good Gunnery Sergeant hazing Marine recruits in a somewhat true to form–well, as it used to be.

Who the f*ck said that? … Now, let me see your “war face.”:

 

 

NSFW: What can be said about the late Bob Ross?   Let’s see, he’s a legend for doing what he did–let’s put a pretty little tree over here–phenomenal.  Here might be a few things that many likely do not know about Mr. Ross.  For starters, he spent 20-years in the Air Force before his rise to fame as the nice painting fellow that remains universally loved by all.

The next clip is dedicated to the spirit of Bob Ross and his classic show The Joy of Painting.  Be warned, there is a lady with a thong exposed butt–but it is a joke.  So, if that is not your thing, please don’t watch.  But Bob would want everyone to laugh, he was a happy fellow.

Let’s put a happy little whisper right over here:

 

Until next time, be one of the Goodfellas.

Now, go home and get your f*ckin’ shine-box:

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Dilly Dilly to Funny Commercials

This is dedicated to funny commercials that you may not have seen or might have forgotten about.  To our list, Dilly Dilly!

You are gonna need a safe word…it shouldn’t be ‘more’

Tongue & What?  This guy wants porno…followed by everything that could realistically happen, 100% plausible.  However, he did get a free copy of “Pink Slips”–it’s more upscale.

That made laugh so hard, I just shipped my drawers.

The first time watching this commercial is a shock, too funny.  Shipping your drawers is very convenient.

No idea who drinks Evian, but…

The person that made this commercial should be promoted.  No idea how they sold this concept, but it works.  Imagine sitting a proposal meeting and someone comes up with this idea?  More times than not, totally dismissed, or worse–never even mentioned.  Creative types–never hold your tongue, let it all out.  The world needs more dancing baby commercials.

 

Schaeffer’s = fantastic ad.

Clever.  Turned a boring commercial into laughs and makes the viewer longing for more dck.  No idea how many dck jokes one can make, but this commercial uses dang near every single one of ’em.  Re-watch, take notes, try to add to the list.  Warning: It’s harder than you think (haha, but the dude already used that angle, see?)

Which leads into this nice old granny, famously asking,

“Where’s the beef?”  During the 1980’s, this was “the commercial.”  Wendy’s rode this to become…Wendy’s?  Actually, Wendy’s is high-quality for fast food.  But it’s expensive, this is probably why there is a #McDontWannaGoThere on every street corner in America today…just a guess.

Reminder, be careful where you place your d*ck.  HAHA.

Not all that funny, it should serve more as a reminder–a public service announcement, really.   Clarification from earlier, the world needs more dancing babies…in commercials, not in reality.  Odds are 7 out 10 grow up to be jerkos.   Not an opinion, it’s science.