Is it Lunchtime Yet? An odd commercial for Vifon Tu Quoy Ramen Noodle soup. An older, very lazy man in his pajamas, sitting in a hammock asks his daughter when the hell is lunch going to be ready. She purses her lips and says, “Here, old man, here's some fried fucking noodles in a sodium bomb. Enjoy your heart attack, you bastard."

Then, the woman's husband comes in and they make love next to his lifeless body.

Ok, I made that last part up.

Is Philadelphia The Crappiest City?

Next Animation TV (those folks who do the strange news animations, like Bin Laden Was a Sex machine), ask the question, "Is Philadelphia The Crappiest City?" The animation is so twisted and bizarre you have to laugh. As one YouTube commenter said, the only thing they got right was how bad Geno's Steaks really are.

Move Over, Rebecca Black: Here Comes Tonje Langeteig

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to YouTube, out comes Norwiegian insta-pop singer Tonje Langeteig. The song is just plain awful. The video looks like it was shot on a Thursday afternoon with a cheap handheld and with whoever they could find that wasn't too embarrassed to appear in it. I'm not sure how songs like this get made, but I think it goes something like this: Tonje: "I waan to be pop seenger. I waaan to make moosik veedyo" Husband: (roll eyes) "Here you go, honey. Go play and leave Daddy alone."
This song will haunt your dreams and penetrate your soul.
Bonus Round: A Mashup of Tonje and Rebecca. (I never knew until now how really bad the Rebecca Black video was, since I could never stomach a full viewing.)

Today's Great Idea: The Facebook Friends Sleeve Tattoo

The dumbest idea in the world, or just another fake viral video.'Defriending' must be quite painful. Either way, the tattoo artist is kinda hot. Just sayin'...

UPDATE: It's a fake:

Rotterdam tattoo artist Dex Moelker eventually came clean on the Telegraaf website, admitting the tattoo and video is an advertising stunt.

'It is a try out tattoo, a transfer, that washes off in a couple of days,' Moelker, who has a tattoo shop in Rotterdam, told the paper. It took a couple of hours to apply the transfer not the 30 hours the video claimed to produce the real tattoo.

Can't anyone commit to anything anymore? At least we still have people like this.


Don't Talk in the Alamo Drafthouse Theater I couldn't love these people more even if I tried:

We do not tolerate people that talk or text in the theater. In fact, before every film, we have several warnings on screen to prevent such happenings. Occasionally, someone doesn't follow the rules, and we do, in fact, kick their asses out of our theater. This video is an actual voicemail from a woman that was kicked out of one of our Austin theaters. Thanks, anonymous woman, for being awesome.