Anyway, in celebration of signing day, said lady (YouTube user LIZHONEY2U) has uploaded a cover of Johnny Nash’s ‘I Can See Clearly Now.’ Her reason:
Great job recruiting, Coach Beilema!!!! Alex Collins, whew!!!
“Whew” is one of the many words I’d use to describe this video. I’d also include the sentence, “if you can afford a novelty Razorbacks helmet and button, why are you recording your YouTube videos with a toaster.”
I hope Arkansas has a terrible season, just to see if she’ll do a cover of ‘Gloomy Sunday.’
At the same time, I can’t stand when those two things come together, be it a “Tribute to The Troops” special where Divas wrestle in Santa suits and Santa gets the stunner or whatever or my aunt getting me an XXL John Cena t-shirt from K-Mart because she knows I like wrestling, but hasn’t seen or talked to me in like five years.
So I have to warn you: I’m about to show you a video of the WWE roster singing a WWE-themed version of Jingle Bells with a charity chaser, and it is gleeful and magical and filled with wonder and I am going to throw myself through the window. Video is below. Human brain and heart discretion is advised.
By way of Sportress Of Blogitude comes this hilarious/cautionary clip of a young boy asked to participate in Hot Chelle Rae’s 2012 Pro Bowl performance, trying desperately to heed the Myth of Icarus and not fly too close to the musical sun.
Watch closely and see if you can blame him for doing what any of us would’ve done:
Watch the Worst Church Singer of All Time - Basically the opposite of the Wharvey Girls from O Brother Where Art Thou. Also, basically the opposite of someone who will ever have sex. [The FW]
Photoshop Challenge: Liam Neeson Versus… - I will not be even 1% surprised if this leads to Liam Neeson Vs. Predator in real life. Liam Neeson should try battling his performance in Phantom Menace. [UPROXX]
STen Pointless, Expensive On-Screen Props I Need to Own - BRING ME THE HEAD OF BABY SINCLAIR. [Warming Glow]
Cross Your Fingers: Dave Chappelle & Chris Rock Could Tour Together - Just like Watch The Throne, only Kanye and Jay-Z are still relevant. Yeah, sorry, no amount of being the black friend from Grown Ups is going to make me like you again, Chris. [Smoking Section]
“Total Recall” Remake Not Very, Uh, “Total Recall”-esque - Destiny is going to be disappointed. Total Recall is one of her favorite movies. In fact, like four of her five favorite movies involve Arnold. My girlfriend is weird. [Gamma Squad]
‘I Want You to Make My Mouth Pregnant’ leads AVN ‘Clever Title Award’ - Porn guys sure do have a weird idea of what constitutes “clever”. They should give Allie Sin a Newbery medal. [Film Drunk]
Stephen Colbert’s Interview With Maurice Sendak Was Outrageously Funny - Almost as cool as the time E.B. White and Bill Watterson went on Bill Maher and yelled at each other about religion. That didn’t happen, but oh man. [UPROXX]
Top 10 Pictures Of Vladimir Putin Beating Up Little Kids - Sometimes I feel like we should just start a blog about Russia. Somehow they were less crazy as evil Soviets. [Buzzfeed]
Stick Figure Decals For Your Unfortunate Lifestyle - The “my student could beat up your a-student!” bumpster stickers for a new generation. [Adult Swim]
Gina Carano explains why sex Is like cage fighting. If this doesn’t make you a fan, nothing will - And if you aren’t already a fan, you’re one of those Cage Potato commenters who hate everything. [FARK]
Single Men Vs. Single Women In NYC - As someone swimming in beautiful alty girls in Austin, Texas, this graphic is important and useful to me. [High Definite]
As the country unwinds from Election Day – the one day that we all truly join hands and put petty disagreements aside – Jimmy Kimmel took the opportunity Monday night to celebrate that togetherness by having 7-time world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao and actor Will Ferrell on his show to sing the John Lennon classic, “Imagine.” It was by far the most beautiful and inspirational moment that we will ever witness in our lives.
But the real reason Pacquiao stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live was to promote his new cologne, MP7. The Filipino fighter named his new fragrance MP7 as a tribute to his 7 titles, and Kimmel joked that he might have to change the name when Pacquiao goes for an unprecedented 8th title on November 13 in Dallas. The HBO-televised contest will pit Pacquiao against the bigger Antonio Margarito for the super-welterweight title. Margarito is the tallest fighter that Pacquiao has ever taken on, and presumably the most tequila-filled, but Pacquiao’s trainer says that we should put our money on the pint-sized pugilist.
A star wipe annnnnnnnnd a quote and video after the jump…
College freshman orientation is filled with plenty of embarrassing scenarios for kids embarking on their new journeys into academic adulthood. Hell, if you’ve ever stepped foot in the parents room of an orientation session then you’ve seen enough for a lifetime. For instance, my freshman orientation at the terrible football school I attended featured a session during which we pretended to mingle in a social atmosphere while our “O-Teamers” walked around and put Tic Tacs in our sodas to represent drugging. I still thank them for that valuable lesson.
Over at the University of Georgia, they’re putting on quite the show. Set to the tune of Miley Cyrus’ smash hit “Party in the USA,” the orientation team welcomes incoming Bulldawgs with “Party in the U-G-A” and it’s everything you could have imagined and more. I’ve only really been able to comprehend two things about this video: