Here’s a great treat. Remember my big obsession, Joey Oglesby? Well, he’s currently with a comedy group called Level One Comedy. They just released this off-kilter comedy short about April Fool’s Day. And it’s really, really good.
Look at this link. I just made you click on that and it didn’t lead you to anywhere on the internet. APRIL FOOLS!!!!! :p
youhavechosenfatally from Tumblr posted what I called “DAHBESTGIFEVAH” of a lumberjack bear being energized by a vitamin tablet called “Berocca.” And this is no hyperbole. I can watch this for hours. [KEEP ON WOOFIN'!]
BOOM! POW! BOOM! That’s pretty much the only way I could verbalize my instant thoughts when I first saw this Australian weightlifter. His name is Damon Kelly and when I quickly did some thorough research (lol), I noticed that for a weightlifter, he’s quite stylish, to the point that I might even call him a “hipster” (or “bipster” for “bear hipster”). Let me lay out the evidence, and you be the judge… [KEEP ON WOOFIN'!]
Here’s an old-school Shirtless Saturday post. Phil Hickerson is a wrestler I discovered a few years ago thanks to the classic pro-wrestling matches shown on ESPN. I missed out on his younger and furrier persona, so I just knew him as his villainous Japanese counterpart, PY Chu Hi. [KEEP ON WOOFIN'!]
Wow, this is pretty awesome. I just stumbled upon a new webseries called AIDAN 5. What intrigued me was its premise (a detective trying to solve the murders of his clones) and its mashup of genres: pulp fiction, science-fiction, and film noir. I’m sold! And when I watched the trailer and its first episode, I quickly counted 4 woofy guys. BONUS! The protagonist may not be as husky as I would prefer, but he has a handsome face that reminds me of Drew Powell and Vincent D’Onofrio (whom I have criminally not posted about, though I once mentioned his similarity with Drew). [KEEP ON WOOFIN'!]
Desperate to reboot their failed careers, the once-great video game heroes of the 1980s are coming back together… for a reunion. Go behind the scenes into the sordid lives of Mario, Mega Man, and their gang of 8-bit misfits in a live-action parody that answers the question, ‘Where are they now?’
I checked out the trailer, and I was very amused. I will definitely be checking it out, starting on March 8, 2011.