That's odd, I make an entirely different sound when I cut the cheese.....
Cuckoo for Cocoa Pulfs
Many thanks oritteropo.
Congrats on the shiny bronze star ¡Buen trabajo!
My first trip overseas from the U.S. was to Dublin in 1991 and I was enthralled by the Irish people, their accent, the street signs in Gaelic and pretty much everything else. It was great to be in the land of James Joyce, the Pogues, Clannad and U2. I almost had to remind myself at first that this is not some kind of Disneyland exhibit, that this is the way they are and have always been. Then I bought a "sausage roll" from a snack shop which turned out to be a big chunk of spam. Brought me right back to reality.
The internet has me convinced all Irish people are awesome. Every single video i see.
This video is a mandelbrot zoom in of stuff I despise.
Agreed. I would have thought the pain itself would have her stumbling around the room, clutching her head.
She took that like a champ. I imagine most teens would completely freak out at that kind of hair loss.
Agreed. Who doesn't look at a cake in the store that they just paid to have some custom writing or design?
In the video the box is not covered or anything, so he could have seen what it said right there... and he still pays for it and doesn't notice until he gets into the car? Yup, lies. But why?
If he does admit to fraud no doubt it will include the en vogue fallback "at least I started a dialog on this issue, which is what is most important".
Agreed. I scrolled it so I didn't have to see the video and just listened to the audio and read the subtitles. If it's not an irritating presenter then it's a video full of hyper-rebus over-edited visuals. Or sometimes a mixture of both.
Love the content, hate the hipster presenting it. Could barely get through it, despite the killer story.
Cute dogs. But I've heard clearer messages playing the Spongebob theme backwards.
"Idiot sandwich", I bust out laughing at that one. I watched the first few seasons of Hell's Kitchen because Gordon Ramsey was amusing to watch when he flies off the handle. But the Cinderella story premise is beaten into the ground on all these "reality" show contests. All these wannabes who think they will be fast-tracked into success without spending years earning it deserve all the "reality" check failures that come their way.
I can't hear amuse bouche without cracking up because on an episode of Top Chef the challenge was to create an amuse bouche for a guest judge using vending machine snacks. Everybody got pretty creative but this one guy could only think to stick a cheetoh onto a piece of a snickers bar. Cracks me up to this day. Now that was an amuse douche.
I tried them once earlier this year up in Connecticut. The burgers and fries actually tasted pretty bland, even with salt and pepper. It didn't strike me as any kind of specialty. I'll have to try them again.
Many thanks! I only ever heard the instrumental medley clip from the "Fall from Grace" release, I didn't know this existed. I always wanted to master the melody on the guitar or piano, I love the way it flows. Thanks again. In reply to this comment by oritteropo: In reply to this comment by ulysses1904: How about showing us "Rocky Road to Dublin" now? The Pogues do a great instrumental version of it.
Thank you for promoting my "Rompecabezas" video clip.
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