My brain is still tring to process this...

RolandTD20KdrummerRolandTD20Kdrummer Posts: 13,066
edited November 2007 in All Encompassing Trip
I think I just saw what I saw...but I'm not certain

http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watch/42235
Progress is not made by everyone joining some new fad,
and reveling in it's loyalty. It's made by forming coalitions
over specific principles, goals, and policies.

http://i36.tinypic.com/66j31x.jpg

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  • reeferchiefreeferchief Posts: 3,569
    That is just... wow.:eek::eek::eek:
    Can not be arsed with life no more.
  • You see that guy who's singing? He can sing ten times better than me. Honestly.
  • ..............I'm just gonna be the bigger man and walk away.
  • normnorm I'm always home. I'm uncool.Posts: 31,135
    sounds just like and as good as, anything in the current top 10 singles....;) :D:D
  • Oh my gosh
  • reeferchiefreeferchief Posts: 3,569
    There was a guy in my pub tonight with a Bon Jovi shirt on, guess what immediately sprang to my mind?:D
    Can not be arsed with life no more.
  • There was a guy in my pub tonight with a Bon Jovi shirt on, guess what immediately sprang to my mind?:D

    I like that fact that they are so politically incorrect. I think they do the whole being in a wheelchair/disabled thing a good service to lighten the mood around it so to speak.

    They call themselves Boys on Wheels
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLsqOktluUo
    Progress is not made by everyone joining some new fad,
    and reveling in it's loyalty. It's made by forming coalitions
    over specific principles, goals, and policies.

    http://i36.tinypic.com/66j31x.jpg

    (\__/)
    ( o.O)
    (")_(")
  • reeferchiefreeferchief Posts: 3,569
    I like that fact that they are so politically incorrect. I think they do the whole being in a wheelchair/disabled thing a good service to lighten the mood around it so to speak.

    They call themselves Boys on Wheels
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLsqOktluUo

    I'll give that a view tommorow, the whole I'm not Gay on the Ebaums link just totally sort of made me not know wether to like laugh or be scared which I guess is it's whole purpose.:)
    Can not be arsed with life no more.
  • AhnimusAhnimus Posts: 10,569
    I necessarily have the passion for writing this, and you have the passion for condemning me; both of us are equally fools, equally the toys of destiny. Your nature is to do harm, mine is to love truth, and to make it public in spite of you. - Voltaire
  • chinobaezachinobaeza SantiagoPosts: 2,486
    I didn't feel a "good human being" when I laugh :D
  • chinobaeza wrote:
    I didn't feel a "good human being" when I laugh :D


    The only saving grace is the lyrics, and that fact that they are not serious.

    Otherwise...oh man...
    Progress is not made by everyone joining some new fad,
    and reveling in it's loyalty. It's made by forming coalitions
    over specific principles, goals, and policies.

    http://i36.tinypic.com/66j31x.jpg

    (\__/)
    ( o.O)
    (")_(")
  • Speechless... and I'm not sure about in a good way.

    That said, it's not because I feel guilty about laughing (with them, by the way, not at them - come on, that's what they want). But because I've seen better disability comedy before. This wasn't up there. It's funny how many of you are scared to laugh; I think in that sense, their work is done.
    'We're learning songs for baby Jesus' birthday. His mum and dad were Merry and Joseph. He had a bed made of clay and the three kings bought him Gold, Frankenstein and Merv as presents.'

    - the great Sir Leo Harrison
  • Speechless... and I'm not sure about in a good way.

    That said, it's not because I feel guilty about laughing (with them, by the way, not at them - come on, that's what they want). But because I've seen better disability comedy before. This wasn't up there. It's funny how many of you are scared to laugh; I think in that sense, their work is done.

    I think you're right... about everything. :D

    I still think you should check out the Karl Pilkington thing. It's different to this though. You laugh AT him, not WITH him.
  • I think you're right... about everything. :D

    I still think you should check out the Karl Pilkington thing. It's different to this though. You laugh AT him, not WITH him.

    I will do don't you worry!

    I saw Laurence Clarke do a gig in London called 12% Evil, and he was very funny and clever, unlike the guys shown above.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zJX2ePx0m0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRyDSBnzVlw

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIFQA9QKn60
    'We're learning songs for baby Jesus' birthday. His mum and dad were Merry and Joseph. He had a bed made of clay and the three kings bought him Gold, Frankenstein and Merv as presents.'

    - the great Sir Leo Harrison
  • I will do don't you worry!

    I saw Laurence Clarke do a gig in London called 12% Evil, and he was very funny and clever, unlike the guys shown above.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zJX2ePx0m0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRyDSBnzVlw

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIFQA9QKn60

    I couldn't get the vids. properly because they were sort of 'patchy'.

    From what I saw though, he does seem to have a wicked sense of humour. Praying on the stupid or guilty like that!
  • Kill the puppies... funny stuff.

    I've never seen a politically incorrect disabled musical stage performance, so the novelty makes up for the lack of content. The song choices were quite corny so I think they achieved their intended angle.

    I'd like to see more disabled entertainers. It's motivating.
    Progress is not made by everyone joining some new fad,
    and reveling in it's loyalty. It's made by forming coalitions
    over specific principles, goals, and policies.

    http://i36.tinypic.com/66j31x.jpg

    (\__/)
    ( o.O)
    (")_(")
  • Kill the puppies... funny stuff.

    I've never seen a politically incorrect disabled musical stage performance, so the novelty makes up for the lack of content. The song choices were quite corny so I think they achieved their intended angle.

    I'd like to see more disabled entertainers. It's motivating.

    Oh crap yeah I forgot about Kill the Puppies:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2f7pCDJFT4

    :D
    'We're learning songs for baby Jesus' birthday. His mum and dad were Merry and Joseph. He had a bed made of clay and the three kings bought him Gold, Frankenstein and Merv as presents.'

    - the great Sir Leo Harrison
  • Oh crap yeah I forgot about Kill the Puppies:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2f7pCDJFT4

    :D

    I'm not sure what to say about that. Funny though...

    'You want to kill the puppies? You BASTARD'! He's got a wicked sense of humour.
  • I'm not sure what to say about that. Funny though...

    'You want to kill the puppies? You BASTARD'! He's got a wicked sense of humour.

    LOL my favourite part.
    'We're learning songs for baby Jesus' birthday. His mum and dad were Merry and Joseph. He had a bed made of clay and the three kings bought him Gold, Frankenstein and Merv as presents.'

    - the great Sir Leo Harrison
  • Oh crap yeah I forgot about Kill the Puppies:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2f7pCDJFT4

    :D

    I have to confess, if I saw someone in the street doing this, I would think 'What the hell is wrong with them!?! I wouldn't have realised it was a guy making a statement or a joke.

    ...That's what makes his sense of humour so evil - or wicked. (Not really evil).
  • I have to confess, if I saw someone in the street doing this, I would think 'What the hell is wrong with them!?! I wouldn't have realised it was a guy making a statement or a joke.

    ...That's what makes his sense of humour so evil - or wicked. (Not really evil).

    Did you see the others?
    'We're learning songs for baby Jesus' birthday. His mum and dad were Merry and Joseph. He had a bed made of clay and the three kings bought him Gold, Frankenstein and Merv as presents.'

    - the great Sir Leo Harrison
  • Did you see the others?

    I couldn't get them properly through your link but I'll try by myself later. I should give my son some time. :)
  • I couldn't get them properly through your link but I'll try by myself later. I should give my son some time. :)

    OK cool. Say hi to the little fella from me. Except you probably should use my real name. :D
    'We're learning songs for baby Jesus' birthday. His mum and dad were Merry and Joseph. He had a bed made of clay and the three kings bought him Gold, Frankenstein and Merv as presents.'

    - the great Sir Leo Harrison
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