The best Harlem Shake fail ever. Man dances into a fire and a new dance is born, I call it The Harlem Bake.
Chef Roblé of Bravo TV’s Roblé & Co teamed up with fellow chefs to present “Food Tang Clan.”
Deborah Vanessa goes viral with “Uncle Obama’s Banana.”
The hubby and I got dressed up for what turned out to be fun Halloween festivities at Johnson Publications in Chicago.
The Dormtainment collective released a video spoofing various stereotypes signature to rappers.
An American Apparel ad! Yeah, yeah, I know I wrote that blog about their snobbery but I couldn’t resist. It was too clever a costume.
Props to my cousin, Sharina Sharpe, for putting me on to what is possibly going to be the funniest video I’ve seen all year (there’s still two months left, but I’m going to bet on it).
Uncle Ray Ray? Is that you? O_o
This is the creepiest doll commercial ever (it’s from the 60s). Basically, it’s a doll that has human characteristics, like hair that actually “grows.” According to the commercial voice over guy, these homosapien-like qualities were made possible by a voodoo witch doctor named Captain Oogie who can transfer human souls into dolls. Lastly, the dolls are technically human children and should not be subjected to normal doll treatment for ethical reasons. It gets worse, just watch until the end (and promptly get the chills). I have a confession. [Insert Stewie Griffin voice here] God help me if you tell anybody, Read the rest of this entry »
I was over at my boy Ant Boogie’s site and discovered this gem. It’s safe for work but probably not so much for your ears. O_o That was probably the worst song ever. EVER! I mean, that just boosted T-Baby to Lauryn Hill status. Let this be a friendly reminder that the next time your cousin asks you how they sound, you should tell the truth even if it hurts their feelings. P.S. That also includes not enabling them by filming it with a flip cam followed by Windows Media Player editing.