I’ve always wanted to poop rainbows! I wait no more! Unicorn meat – here I come!
I got my Santa duds on…..
Dancing zebra. Of course.
I am so deeply grateful that there are people who take the time to do this kind of thing…. Don’t miss this one. Notice the Elvis bust in the background. Nice touch.
credit to: Rhett and Link
And then there are the traffic-directing dancing zebras….
Photo via oneillinstituteblog.org.
How Animals Eat Their Food: Cow, Alligator, Lizard, T-Rex, Whale, Groundhog, Kangaroo, Flamingo, Rhino….
I love the guy on the left – sitting there all casual like nothing’s going on! A solid part of what adds to the humor on this creative video.
You know all those crazy thoughts that go through your head?? Make videos y’all!
By the way, was happy to see the “table” was actually made of cardboard boxes. I was wondering how the “cow” imitation didn’t break the guys nose!
Slowpoke appears in the Robot Chicken episode “Werewolf VS Unicorn.” In Part 2 of the video, Arnold Schwarzenegger goes on a tirade about illegal immigrants and during the segment, Slowpoke Rodriguez appears on his podium with a glass of water, only to be criticized for taking an hour to get it. Slowpoke is dragged away, all the while protesting that he will be executed in his home country if deported from the U.S.
Do you have any dreams?
Yeah. I’m all alone. I’m rolling a big donut and this snake wearing a vest …
Have you ever tried Slowpoke Rodriguez ON FACEBook??
Frito Bandito was the cartoon mascot for Fritos corn chips from 1967 to 1971. (See videos of commercials below) Frito Bandito was voiced by Mel Blanc, who was also the voice of our friend Speedy Gonzales. Like Speedy Gonzales, Frito Bandito had an exaggerated Mexican and spoke broken English. Frito Bandito was always getting into trouble because he robbed people of their Frito corn chips (which played into the “Mexican bandit” stereotype in western movies). Frito Bandito often complained that he was being pursued by the FBI – the “Frito Bureau of Investigation”.
Frito Bandito got a makeover when the National Mexican-American Anti-Defamation Committee complained of the character; his gold tooth and stubble were eliminated and his hair combed. As with other characters of questionable character, he was eventually jettisoned and was no longer seen after 1971. He was replaced by the Muncha Bunch, a group of cowboys, which then were replaced by W.C. Fritos, modeled after comedian W.C. Fields.