Jøhnny Fävòrítê (johnnyfavorite) wrote,
Jøhnny Fävòrítê


i'm not going to make a habit of the linky-type posts, but it seems the intarweb has been blessed with an unusually bounteous supply of t3h phunni lately. and who am i to keep that from you, Dear Igneous Reader?

a shoggoth on the roof. a couple of guys discover a never-finished musical based on the works of h.p. lovecraft, and investigate. wacky hijinx ensue.

nine naked men. it's funny, but it also seems to me to be harboring a message about the careful balance between fitting into society and letting your freak flag fly. potentially offensive, depending on how you feel about large quantities of naked men.

g.i. joe. this is possibly the stupidest thing i've ever seen on the internet. so i hope you won't think less of me when i tell you that it makes me LAFF LIEK EEEDIOT! i can watch it ten times in a row and not get tired of it. there's a bunch more of them here, but none of the others do it for me.

gay boyfriend. the two darling female ukulele players in the hazzards come to a startling conclusion about the opposite sex. if you watch the making-of featurette, you'll see that the video isn't nearly as high-priced as it looks, as almost all the sets were created on ryan mcfaul's macintoshes.

spiderman parody. finally, somebody thinks of a good use for the supremely useless weekday comic strip version of spiderman. reload the page to see new strips. it's in VERY poor taste, and uses VERY bad words. don't look, filly05!

mr. t ate my balls! a timeless classic. probably the first internet phunni-meme i ever encountered, way back in 1995 or so, when it was still hosted on nehal patel's college home page. it spawned an army of imitators, none of which were nearly as good.

the last two aren't funny, but they're thoughtful. first, POPaganda. this is an excerpt from a documentary about a guy who hijacks public billboards to get his message across. i'm not sure i agree with his methods, but he is at least sincere about it, and i'm always a sucker for True Believers.

www.skateboardingbulldog.com. the domain name tells you pretty much all you need to know. and it's not like the owner just put his dog on a skateboard and took a picture, either. the dog can make turns, for crying out loud. if i ever get another dog, i'm going to contact those people and try to figure out how they did it.

credits: the first two links came from rollick. the rest of them came from blogs that i'm not willing to admit i read. sorry!
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