You ate these. I know you did. Before I was absolutely anti everything to do with smoking, I used to fake smoke these and eat them. Now I am not a stupid moron who thinks smoking is ok. I still eat them though, because they are awesome. Don’t smoke. Advertisements
Below is a video of Disney Princess exploding. Pretty self-explanatory and straight forward. I must say, even though you know what is going to happen, you still laugh every time. I recommend this video to anyone having a bad day. Enjoy.
Created by the folks at TheFW, this is a series of Disney posters re-imagined with more accurate film titles. I wish some of these were presented like this when I was a little one, thinking that the sarcastic title for Cinderella will stop a generation of girls from being just like the girls currently on MTV. But I realize that the sarcasm might be taken too literal, so we are screwed either way. Enjoy.
You know you love this commercial! And remember “you kill the joe, you make some mo!” Now enjoy watching the other 50 versions of this commercial for the next 2 hours.
I don’t know about you but I could really go for a burger right now, you in? Okay cool, but first I gotta write this post. DISNEY AFTERNOON! What a juggernaut in the world of cartoons! Every afternoon at 3pm (or maybe 4pm?) growing up Disney would throw on 2 hours of cartoon gold that would rival even some of the best Saturday morning line ups. Starting in 1990 with an unstoppable line up of (get this) Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Duck Tales, Chip n’ Dale Rescue Rangers and TaleSpin. Are you kidding me! Has there ever been a better block of cartoons in history? Well maybe the 1991/92 line up of Duck Tales, Chip n’ Dale Rescue Rangers, TaleSpin and Darkwing Duck. Over the years other classic shows such as Goof Troop and Gargoyles would join the line up as well as the funny yet forgotten Bonkers before Disney started spinoff successful movies into less impressive shows such as Aladdin, The Lion King’s Timon and Pumba and The Mighty Ducks. For my money (which is …