I always gravitate towards music when I’m hanging out at home and listen to anything from lounge music, top 40 to electronic/house tunes. At any given time, there is a Dance Party Playlist on my iPhone which usually contains remixes of popular Top 40 hits and come in handy for various activities like cleaning the apartment, showering, laundry or going for a run.
Here are 6 tracks currently on my playlist. Leave me some of your suggestions in the comments below. I’d love to know what you’re listening to.
Check out the tracks on the next part of the post.
Last week, an email sent by a sister from the University of Maryland Delta Gamma chapter went viral. In case you missed it, the expletive-filled rant was the most ridiculous and angry thing ever. It chastised her fellow sorority sisters for being “LITERALLY being so f**king awkward,” making plans with other fraternities besides Sigma Nu, and for being “so fucking BORING.” The horror. It definitely showed the ugly side of the Greek system.
Funny or Die enlisted Michael Shannon to give a dramatic reading of said email. Shannon plays Superman’s archnemesis General Zod in the upcoming Man of Steel. Truthfully, I don’t know what’s more frighteningly evil- General Zod or this Delta Gamma chick. I wouldn’t want to get on her bad side. Check out Shannon’s video below. While not as hilarious as FOD’s recent Gay of Thrones video, it’s still worth a watch. It perfectly illustrates how insane the email was to begin with.
If you were on the fence with Drake’s “Girls Love Beyoncé” which he dropped earlier this week, this will win you over. In the Toronto rapper’s original version, he sings the chorus from the Destiny’s Child hit track, “Say My Name,” in between his rhymes. For this mashup, Raleigh, N.C.’s JAYBeatz blends the 1999 single’s original verses and chorus seamlessly with Drake’s lyrical words. In some instances, he combines the lyrics so well, it’s as if Beyoncé and Drake are actually singing to each other. Check out an example below.
Destiny’s Child: “It’s hard to believe that you / were at home, by yourself”
Drake: “No I’m not alone, even though nothing was the same / let me get your ass alone, let me hear you say my name.”
The R&B girl group’s sassy delivery really works well with Drake’s monotone moodiness rap style. I’m not even exaggerating when I say JAYBeatz’s “We All Love Beyoncé” is my EVERYTHING. At least for this weekend it is ;) Check it out below.
Can you picture Arrow with a Friends-type of intro? Imagine no more. Some enterprising individual spliced together scenes from The CW show with the theme song from the classic NBC sitcom. Truthfully, it kinda works. The Rembrandts’ “I’ll Be There For You” is definitely appropriate given that Stephen Amell and his crew are always there for each other.
Before you watch it, I’m not even going to hype it up as the best thing ever. That said, for some reason I find it oddly fascinating and entertaining. It’s a shame the majority of shows today don’t create catch intros anymore. Instead, their logo pops up for a hot second before the next scene begins. Check out Arrow‘s fan-made intro below. You never know, maybe the network likes what it sees and will create something similar for Season 2. LOL.
Grabbing guys’ crotches, stroking poles and asking for a good drilling at Home Depot probably isn’t the best way to show you’re not gay. That’s exactly what Jesse P’s alter ego J Pee does in this parody clip titled, guess what… “I’m Not Gay.” The homo-bro rap track was written by Pepe himself and features lots of gratuitous shirtless shots and inappropriate touching. My kind of video ;)
I’m not sure exactly who Jesse Pepe is, but I did uncover a bit of info. He’s originally from Salt Lake City, but now lives in North Hollywood, California. Side note: What’s in the water in SLC? Is everyone a hot Mormon there? Pepe studied Musical Theatre at Weber State University. I can’t tell if he’s an aspiring actor or model. I found both an IMDB and Model Mayhem profile. What I do know is he’s cute and has great taste in male co-stars. Check out his hilarious claims about not being gay below.
Everyone knows Roger Rabbit, Bugs Bunny and Thumper from Bambi, but that’s just scratching the surface. There are plenty more rabbits in cinema history. Given that it’s Easter today, I thought I’d share this wicked supercut.
Travis Rand Greenwood and Brett Roberts compiled bunnies from animated films and live action ones for the clip. It includes obvious selections as the ones mentioned earlier, but also features those rabbits in films like Real Genius, Con Air and The Matrix. Without watching the video, I can’t recall the scenes where those floppy eared animals appeared. One cute bunny that I do remember and unfortunately met its fate is the infamous one from Fatal Attraction. RIP ;) Check out the supercut below and hope everyone had a great Easter weekend.
By now you know I’m the prankster of the bunch… or at least I love to watch them. When I stumbled upon the work of Jack Vale super early in the morning the other day, it’ had me in stitches as I laughed my head off.
Vale has countless videos of pranks he pulls on people that are super awkward but elicit some of the best reactions from the unsuspecting victims. One of those pranks is “Making People Paranoid.” Here’s what Vale says about this prank: “This is probably my favorite prank to film. My goal is to make people feel as uncomfortable as possible as they listen to me describe to someone on the phone exactly what they are doing and what they look like! I had a lot of fun with this one!”
Watch this and many other pranks by checking out the videos I’ve included below. Hope they bring laughter to your day!
What if you mixed Blossom’s characters and their signature hats with Girls‘ hipster vibe? You get a cute parody starring Jenna Von Oy. If you recall, Von Oy played the 90s sitcom’s titular character’s BFF, Six. It’s good to know that she’s working still, albeit in parody videos. Perhaps she can stage a real-life reunion on either of her former co-stars’ new shows- The Big Bang Theory (Mayim Bialik) and Melissa & Joey (Joey Lawrence).
In the clip, Jenna plays Six once again but this time channeling Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) from the HBO comedy. Stepping in to play Blossom is Kerri Doherty who impeccably takes on Hannah’s (Lena Dunham) voice and mannerisms. The 90s BFFs discuss the perils of STDs, secret babies and flowery hat collections. The best part of the clip is when Six tells Blossom that she had an affair with Blossom’s dad and that they have a child named Seven. LOL.