Here is a commercial from a few years back when a fresh faced Seth Green showed us the wonders of shooting a Nerf Slingshot in a crowded mall. That’s right folks, before Seth Green was turning into a werewolf with painted nails on ‘Buffy’ or taking shhh from Dr. Evil on a daily basis and even before he built his first Robot Chicken, he was in fact a crazy red haired kid who talked with a hint of a Boston accent (for some reason) and showed his affection for girls by promptly shooting them in the face with a Nerf ball. Enjoy. Advertisements
I don’t care, I loved Mdons pizza. It was great. Fucking great. It was even worth the non-fast food like 6 minute wait to get it. McDonald’s are assholes for eliminating it from their menus. Dammit. Now we have shitty Chicken McBistro sandwiches. WHO GETS A FUCKING CHICKEN SANDWICH AT A FAST FOOD BURGER JOINT? Idiots.
This week’s Throwback Thursday is features the Canadian one hit wonders, Len! They were able to steal some sunshine (bad pun) for 15 minutes, but then dropped off the map. Here’s what we think of them… https://vimeo.com/60325767
Corey: Hi, you’ve reached the Corey hot-line. $4.95 a minute. Here are some words that rhyme with Corey: Gory. Story. Allegory. Montessori. It was a minor plot line in The Simpsons episode “Brother from the same Planet.” The idea was a parody on the popularity of Corey Haim and Corey Feldman back in the day. Lisa was addicted to paying $4.95/minute to hear the sweet sound of Corey’s voice telling her that one day he hoped they could get married; as well as reading her articles from the newspaper about Canada stalling on trade pacts. Lisa eventually beat her addiction as most people do by simply making it to midnight without calling. Ya hear that alcoholics? Yeah, it’s that easy. Apparantly your twelve steps should be not drinking from noon till midnight and you will be cured. You are welcome.
Public School ruled. I miss those times. Easy. Care-free. No responsibilities. Best of all: kick ass snacks in my lunch. I never packed my own lunch, because I was spoiled by my awesome mommy. I never truly knew what would befall my eyes when I zipped open my lunchbox, but odds were some of the following would wind up there. Did you ever get the pleasure of eating these treats in public school? If so, what were your favourites? Are there any other candies and snacks you remember from your childhood? Get at us!