The Friday Six: Stuff on my Twitter.
NERD ALERT: This post will reference Twitter. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Twitter, it's a website that serves up 140 characters worth of people's thoughts and links, illustrating just how much time people are spending on the Internet talking about their need for, oh, let's just say coffee. Or diabetes.
And apparently I'm spending some quality time there, too.
I wanted to share, here on SUM, some random bits I came across over the course of the last week or so. It's a Friday Six, Stuff on my Twitter edition. (Nerd!!!!!)
1. This is a "literal video version" of Total Eclipse of the Heart. My co-worker found this and passed it on to the rest of us, which left the editorial department in tears from laughing for at least five minutes. Favorite parts: Slo-Mo Dove, zoom camera under the arch, and "this classroom has a fan."
2. Goths in Hot Weather. I've seen my share of "goths," but I've never thought about how the summer heat must affect their personage. Sweaty goths must have tough summers, but man are they fun to read about . (This one, with four of 'em standing in the Pacific surf, brought me great, mascara-smudging joy.)
3. Yes, I missed the original Ellen clip. And no, I hadn't seen this Hawaiian Chair infommercial until my boss's daughter sent it my way. I want to try this thing out so badly and see if I can stay on it for more than a minute. It could be like the bar rodeo bull, only for work. Pondering ...
4. And THIS freaking hysterical (and supposed) ad from a 1955 issue of Good Housekeeping had me and my college roommates giggling like idiots. I can't even wrap my head around this. "Speak in a low, soothing, pleasant voice." "A good wife always knows her place." Oh dear.
5. Rambo on a unicorn? Don't mind if I do. Seriously. I'm getting one of these on my forehead.
6. And finally, there's that FML (F*$% My Life) site and usually the posts on there are really crass and not the best stuff to share with everyone. But this one was so cute and so sweet that I want to find the person who wrote it and hug them.
Oh the Internet - always at the ready with something entertaining to click!