I'm sorry if this is unrelated but Rose could've TOTALLY shared that slab of wood with Jack. There was enough room.
Since you spend all day on the Tosh blog, here's what you're missing on the rest of the web:
The Canadian College of English Language's Pop Culture Translator is the greatest thing to hit the web since Youtube Closed Captioning. You can click on any of the above clips where people and characters of American pop culture speak in not-so-plain English and the clip will play with "translations".
For example, the opening lyrics to 50 Cent's "Just a Lil Bit" are translated to, "I am looking for a non-committed relationship. Nothing serious. I like to dance. Move your bum like it's on fire. Dance, woman, dance."
Free up your afternoon. This site is hours of easy entertainment! There are only 6 clips with translations but you could easily watch them over and over.
I like the idea that Brad Pitt, 50 Cent, Gollum, Ozzy Osbourne, Sean Paul, and System of a Down sum up American pop culture. But I think they may have forgotten to translate a Jersey Shore clip.
Foreigners don't know phrases like "juice heads", "beatin'-up-the-beat", and "prehistoric kindergarten". And I'd definitely like to hear the official translation of "sloppy seconds".
[via The Daily What]
Jonah Rocks, the 5-year-old drum prodigy, has released yet another viral drumming video featuring a bigger kit than ever (making everything seem that much more impressive. Bigger is always better.)
These videos remind me of seeing clips of a young Tiger Woods on late night television. But the awesome thing is that drummers are expected to screw everything in sight.
This kid's gonna be just fine. That is, unless he has the rock musician's version of a career-ruining sex scandal… finding Jesus.