Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Werner Herzog reads Twas the Night Before Christmas

Some of you will remember when he read Where's Waldo, and now the mad German is back, with his bleak esoteric view of this Xmas classic.



Oh wow, that twisted a childhood classic into a messed up pretzel.  Wonderful.  I know these videos are not really him, but that does not matter.  Whoever writes them, whoever reads them, whoever thought of this, all them deserve praise.  These videos never stop making me smile.

And if I could make a request, Dr. Seuss, and not just the Dr, but You Don't Know How Lucky You Are.  My favorite of the good Dr's books.  And one that would perfectly fit this style of double parody.

coda

Thanks for reading,
Your favorite has no idea what New German Cinema is blogger,
-Pip

Monday, December 20, 2010

Sarah Silverman's Xmas Song

This song is clearly not safe for wimps.  Because Sarah herself is not safe for wimps.

Play and enjoy at your risk.  And if you need a further guideline: If the Cthulhu songs offended you then don't hit play, there is no hope for you.

I heard an edited version of this song on the radio the other day.  It was great, and very surprising.  Because the words being censored are not the offensive parts of the song.

Give the Jew Girl Toys




Thanks for reading,
Your most favoritist borderline offensive blogger,
-Pip

PS- Remember kids, Don't be a douche, what would Jesus do?

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Christmas in the Stars

Ladies and Gentlemen, I present for your pleasure, the greatest Christmas Song ever recorded.

What do you get a wookie for christmas ( When he already owns a comb)





When I worked at KBToys, this song was on our xmas soundtrack every year.  You learn to love a song like this when it is forced upon you in such a manner.  I believe it is related to Stockholm Syndrome.  Also, this song was on an album.  Christmas in the Stars  I will not bombard you with the entire album, as only this song has any appeal to me.  But it's all out there if you enjoy torturing yourself.


thanks for reading,
-Pip

Monday, December 6, 2010

A Very Cthulhu Christmas Part 1

Did you know that there are not one but TWO Cthulhu / Lovecraftian X-mas albums out!  And guess who spent way too much time on youtube listening to these songs?   And guess who's going to share them with you?

A Very Scary Solstice and An Even Scarier Solstice were recorded by the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society

Below are about 15 songs from the two albums.  I'll gather up the rest for later this week.  These are all well produced tracks posted because they are funny.

I Saw Mommy Kissing Yog-Sothoth


Freddy the Red Brained Mi-Go



The Cultist Song



It's The Most Horrible Time Of The Year



I'm Dreaming Of a Dead City



The Shoggoth Song



Have yourselves a scary little Solstice



Silent Night, Blasphemous Night



Death To The World (with lyrics)



carol of the old ones


Awake Ye Scary Great Old Ones



All I Want For Solstice Is My Sanity



Harley Got Devoured by the Undead




It's beginning to look a lot like fish-men



The Great Old Ones Are Coming To Town






Thanks for sharing my blasphemy,
Pip

Friday, December 3, 2010

OBI (Other's Bad Ideas)

Watch my buddy Rich crowd surfing in a Pink Bunny Suit.


Wait about 20 seconds for the Pink Bunny.

If the suit looks familiar, that's because it is.  I MADE IT INFAMOUS.  The same exact suit went to Pittsburgh with me for a Halloween party in '03.



Somehow when he and I worked together we got things done.  I do not know how.

Thanks for Reading,
"You'll shoot your eye out!"
-Pip

Inappropriate Xmas Song (you've been warned)

I don't think you'll find a more inappropriate Christmas song.  One that is also an amazingly strong Song to get Stuck in your Co-Workers' Heads.


It's too wrong for me to post, but too right to not share.  So basically what I'm saying is....


Fuck You If You Don't Like Christmas




Monday, I'll be back with Music Monday, and the rest of the month's Music Mondaysv shall be composed of horrible Xmas Music posted to ensure my arrival in hell upon my death. And yes, I can top this song.


Thanks for reading,
Your favorite Holiday blogger,
-Pip