30 July 2006

If I were Dave Chappelle

After watching the first two “lost episodes” of Chappelle’s show, I’d have left too. I mean let’s face it, he had some really damn funny bits in the first two seasons. He had some stinkers too. I never really liked the Lil’ John skits, the Ashy Larry, or the Crackhead bit. But never would you find an entire show of shitty skits. These “lost episodes” are shittastic, nothing redeeming about them whatsoever. Charlie Murphy and that other fucktard are the absolute worst hosts you could ask for. The skits are hackneyed and tired at best. I didn’t laugh a single time during the two episodes, which not laughing at that show actually made me want to cry. So it’s good to see that Dave (yeah, he and I are on a first name basis) had enough integrity to walk away, knowing full well the consequences of an entire shitty season that you had zero creative control over yet had your name all over it, were far worse than the bad press he received while on hiatus. Still though, the money was nice.

On an unrelated note… when drinking and watching “The decline of western civilization II: the metal years” it’s ok to call Lemmy Kilmeister of Motorhead fame “Lenny”. You will be ridiculed for it at first, but you can blame it on the booze. Besides, not two minutes later the guy lambasting you will say something far more insane. For example, let’s pretend Steven Tyler and Joe Perry of Aerosmith fame were on screen. Now, let’s pretend that said friend says something to the effect of “blah blah Steve Perry and Joe Tyler!”. The fallout from that comment would be worth blogging about especially when he just got done making fun of you for a simple “m to n” conversion. Plus the random outbursts of Journey songs that come after that comment would just be comedy gold. If, that is, any of this actually happened, and weren’t some elaborate hyperbole. Anyhow, that’s all I got.

and now a bevy of links for your viewing enjoyment.

I seriously love backflippers. or, rather, failures at backflipping.

oooh, motorcycly trickeration. dude, you can easily go double that speed. "left leg, ouch?" don't blame me, you shouldn't have listened when i said you could go double that speed.

when following a motorcycle race with a camera on your bike, you should prolly try not to aim for the guy who just wrecked.

yeah, we've all been this drunk at times. but when we holy shit did he just get hit by a car?

hoy shit, this is singularly the worst nutshot i've ever... ouch.

i hesitated to post this since i wanted to try this trick shot on a couple people who read my blog. now, instead, i have accomplices.

uhhh... woops?

uhhh... wow. scroll down so you can read the subtitles. just... wow.


Rev said...

Steeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeve PERRY!

Kristin said...

When drinking and watching just about anything, I'd think it's okay to switch letters. I'm not even sure I'd notice!

Steph said...

Chuddy, where do you find those links???
You have way too much time on your hands. Have a drink instead.

Scooter said...

Re: Drunk experiences driveby

That is the funniest thing I have seen in a long, long, time. What were they, Australians?

Drunken Chud said...

joe tyler! heh.

kristin, i'm with you on this one, though it's ok, it still opens you to ridicule from your friends.

steph... i don't know. i visit a lot of sites in a day and i just save the ones i like.

even though the guy was drunk scoot, he sounded cockney, or irish. either way it's fucking hilarious.

Scooter said...

What's the backstory with the Nordic types making a techno single about an IRC mod named Anna that was thought to be a bot?

Drunken Chud said...

i think you just wrote the back story right there dude.

EclecticBlue said...

I'm with you on the Chappelle thing. I mean, WTF? I've watched the first two DVDs until I've just about got 'em memorized. Picked up the "lost episodes" the other day and realized why they were ... lost. It's sad ...