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This is pretty funny.
In a comment thread last week Raju said:
I would like this community involved by sharing the best jokes they have heard in their lives or sharing the best incidents happened to their lives. Wouldn't that be great?
Best incidents in our lives is a big one. We might go there.
But jokes are a lot easier. So I will give you all one and then you can share yours in the comments, as is the Fun Friday norm.
One ask – keep it clean (ish). Don't tell any jokes you wouldn't tell in the company of five year olds.
Here's mine, which hopefully won't be a metaphor for this thread. It comes from the awesome and almost never clean Richard Pryor.
I'd like to make you laugh for about ten minutes — though I'm gonna be on for an hour.
As many of you know and Rick points out in the comments, this was ad was created as part of a "user generated ad" campaign and the winner were some college kids who Rick says made the ad for $12. That’s awesome. More on the campaign and how well it worked here.
And for those who don’t have flash and can’t watch this commercial (like Jackson), the ad I am referring to is the Doritos ad called Live The Flavor.
I knew it the minute Howard told me that Wallstrip was doing a show about Jack In The Box (JBX). I still have that SNL song A Dick In The Box running around in my head. That short has been watched over 12 million times on YouTube. That’s impressive.
Anyway, Howard and Linsday, do the Andy Samberg/Justin Timberlake duo thing pretty well. I particularly like Howard’s work on this one. He may never live it down.
"Trans Fat In The Box" – that’s pretty funny
I love UK music and UK comedians – Mike Skinner/The Streets, Arctic Monkeys, Ricky Gervais, Sacha Baron Cohen. So when the red monk tipped me off to this new artist Ali Love, I went straight to the link and clicked on it.
But you don’t have to do that because I liked the video so much I posted it to YouTube. It’s a story about a london street kid who takes too much ketamin and goes down the k-hole. Pretty hilarious and the music is great too. The video is a tad over 3 mins but stick around to the end. The garbage men crack me up.
The Gotham Gal and I sat through a meeting earlier this week with a good friend we are doing a business deal with and our respective lawyers.
As our friend said at the beginning of the meeting, "we’ll surely end up a little less friendly by the end of the meeting".
It didn’t turn out too bad, but when she saw this video, the Gotham Gal was reminded of that experience.
Here’s her original post.