Strange Things

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i had a dream about magical girls that had super strength/agility, but instead of wearing a special outfit they would shed their skin and turn into a skeleton.
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burquina:

fierceisnotenough:

iguanamouth:

I’d watch that

I’d watch the SHIT out of that

mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…

hot-potato-cold-bazooka:

hot-potato-cold-bazooka:

So I’m moving into a new apartment, and I was told that the room had been damaged, but nothing could have prepared me for the fact that someone had carved Li Shang’s head out of the bathroom door and written “We must defeat the Huns!” on it.

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[yɔɒmɿɒʜꟼ][An effective asthma medicine] [Available without prescription!] - You have a prescription, you can’t get the medicine
-Tiistai

[yɔɒmɿɒʜꟼ]
[An effective asthma medicine]
[Available without prescription!]
- You have a prescription, you can’t get the medicine

-Tiistai

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prozdvoices:

said:

Looking for a challenge? Try singing Gee in your most manliest voice possible.

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Challenge accepted.

yepperoni:

ive been playing the swapper   i think this scene was supposed to be serious but i kept dying because i kept fucking around while they were talking 

noveltymusicservices:

Happy President’s Day!

Nearly everything good that’s ever happened to The Two Man Gentlemen Band, including, I imagine, our being initially invited to submit music for Wander Over Yonder is at least tangentially related to this goofy video we recorded for this goofy song 6 years ago in my tiny New York City apartment.  And because of it, we will always have something to post on President’s Day, which is nice.  Thanks, William Howard Taft!  

Note for Wander Over Yonder enthusiasts:

Hanging on the wall in the background is the 45 dollar, 1920-something, pawn shop tenor banjo that I use for nearly all the banjo music on the show.  I refer to it, affectionately, as Wander’s banjo.  

Perhaps I’ll post a bit more about banjos down the line.  Because, who doesn’t like reading about banjos?  

Yours Very Truly,
Andy Bean

noveltymusicservices:

As the voice of The Black Cube, I can assure you that this is not what he’s saying.  It’s latin, but it ain’t this.   

Kindest Regards,
Andy Bean

noveltymusicservices:

Dear Friends,
I am very pleased to share with you…

THE WANDER OVER YONDER THEME SONG SEMI-OFFICIAL PHONETIC LYRICS!

Yip bi di dit bip bi-ee-i-di-dit wander over yonder
Yip bi di dit bip bi-ee-i-di-dit wander over yonder
Wander wander over over yonder yonder wander yonder
Yip bi di dit bip bi-ee-i-di-dit wander over yonder

Repeat until out of breath.

Now you can sing along armed with full confidence that you’re not putting a “beep” where a “bip” should be, or a “doot” where a “dit” should be, etc, etc.  Enjoy!

Yours very truly,
Andy Bean

P.S.  The lowercase “i”s indicate an “it” sound, not an “eat” sound or an “eye” sound.

Andy Bean’s do’s and don’ts of dits and doots.

from The Lighter Side of… (MAD # 286, April 1989)

from The Lighter Side of… (MAD # 286, April 1989)

theendofaspark:

this is never going to not be funny