Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Ha Ha

I've been extra serious/reflective in my last two posts. And lately it seems like I've been fighting the man at every turn. (By "the man" I mostly mean lovely institutions such as my Dr.'s billing office and my worthless insurance company...which ironically are usually women...?) So in honor of crappy weeks, how about a laugh, y'all?

Things that are making laugh a whole lot...

1. www.awkwardfamilyphotos.com
Oh my. Lots of awesome to explore here! If you don't think these are funny, you probably don't have a warped and twisted sense of humor like I do, and I can't help but feel a little bit sorry for you. Just a taste:

2. Watching literal videos on Youtube. Go ahead. Type it in the search box. It's like the music videos I've always wanted to make, but didn't even know it until now! Thanks to Marni for the sweet tip on this one.

So...what makes you laugh these days?


Helen said...

This one was my favorite, because if we had had kids, Bob SOOO would have done this. Knowing him, it would have been his idea.

katdish said...

Oh, DANG! I'm going to have to spend some quality time on youtube and the family photos website.

Too stinking funny!

Lisa Joy said...

That DID make me laugh, Beth! I've seen the awkward family photos on facebook here and there, but I'd never heard of the literal music videos. Hilarious!!!

WV: idiest: the most idiotic of something.
"The hammer pants in that family photo are the idiest thing I've ever seen!"

Candace Jean July 16 said...

What makes me laugh Beth? YOU DO!!

And I'm a bit embarrassed that you found what I thought was my private family photo website. Yeah, I think we're the ones in the Scandinavian sweaters.

sherri said...

These are great!

I can't quit giggling!


Steph @Red Clay Diaries said...

I love the family photos, but I hadn't heard of the literal videos till Marni showed one. LOVE it. Esp the obscure stuff. Spelunker? O Cristo Redentor? Awesome.

My word verification is buctord.

I'm pretty sure that any definition that I could come up with would lead to a "that's what she said".