Daft Punk placed an ad during last week’s SNL. It contained a 15 second clip of new music. Some guy looped the 15 seconds into a 10 minute recording. Some genius added a loop to Ron Swanson dancing and suddenly it’s CAN’T MISS stuff. Enjoy:
Welcome to “Name That Steesh!” the fastest growing internet game show, where the audience, given only a close-up of a mustache, must identify the owner. Much like MTV’s “Yo Momma” winners, those who get the correct answer will receive $1000 in cash money* and the respect of their hood.
People are really getting excited about this new game show from Steeshes.com. I was going to tell one of my friends about it but forgot.I’m pretty sure he would have liked the idea. Also, when asked to comment on this exciting new game, famous game show host Chuck Woolery said, “It’s not really a game show by any means. I wouldn’t get your hopes up kid. How does my hair look?
Without further ado, NAME THAT STEESH:
*winner will not receive $1000 in cash money
Since 2005, Intervention has helped many drug and alcohol addicts get over their addiction, as well as helped me get over a few rough weekends, especially in college. Going out three nights in a row didn’t look so bad compared to a woman doing vodka shooters at 9am and yelling about her babies (Sylvia).
Jeff Vanvonderen is my favorite Interventionist on the show. He is no nonsense. He is also not without fault as he had a brief relapse of his own in 2008. He quickly got back on the wagon and continues to help people get their lives on track and more importantly he never lost his mustache.
We need more mustached men in the news. This website is turning into a celebrity birthday site and a place that I confess to all the bad movies and shows I’ve watched. Luckily for me, this one falls into the birthday category and I have not recently watched Dancing With Wolves. So – happy 55th birthday Kevin Costner.
In the spirit of day time soap operas, we present the mustache of Zeev Katz, the evil twin of Raanan Katz. Raanan Katz has been all over the internets recently for suing Google (dodged a bullet, Bing) for an unflattering still of himself. When you’re rich and bored, you have the time to sue Google.
We want to repeat, REPEAT, that the above picture is Zeev Katz, the evil twin of Raanan Katz. It’s NOT Raanan Katz. I’m trying to put my kid through college with the profits on the website.
Matthew McConaughey is slimming down to play the role of an AIDS patient in a movie called The Dallas Buyers Club. I wouldn’t ever say that someone suffering from AIDS looks creepy because it’s heartless and cruel, but an actor can look creepy – especially when we know how good he can look with mustache.
I was going to see the Dark Knight Rises yesterday, but Titainc was on TV so I watched that instead. I don’t have any jokes to make about that, it’s just how my Sunday afternoon went down.
Jonathan Hyde, who looks familiar but it might just be from the last time I saw Titanic, had a beautiful mustache in the film as he depicted Bruce Ismay, the English businessman who served as chairman and managing director of the White Star Line of steamships.
Luigi is portrayed as the slightly younger fraternal twin brother of Nintendo’s mascot Mario. Luigi first appeared in the 1983 arcade game Mario Bros. It’s sad to say this, but I just now realized that Mario and Luigi’s last name is Mario.
I saw this yesterday when this link was sent to me. I’ll add this doll to the list of things I want but will never have next to “a week of my life that parallels the movie Blank Check.”
Baxter Black is a cowboy, philosopher, and former veterinarian who hosts a syndicated radio show. With that enormous broom on his face, listening to him speak would be the only way of knowing that he actually had a mouth. Wikipedia claims he’s a true cowboy because Black doesn’t own a fax machine. Using their logic, 99% of the country is a cowboy then.
Pops was the stage doorman for the Muppet Theater. He was supposed to greet the guests when they first arrived — though the nearsighted and forgetful Pops invariably needed to ask “Who’re you?” in his slight country accent.
In the years since the Muppet Show, it’s been theorized that Pops was not nearsighted at all, rather he was blinded by his out of control steesh but refused to trim it because he liked the way it looked.
John Hodgman is an author, actor, and humorist. He is probably best known for his correspondent work on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and for his personification of a PC in contrast to Justin Long’s personification of a Mac in Apple’s ”Get a Mac” advertising campaign.
Let’s just be completely honest. This is one hell of a cookie duster. It almost looks like those new king size snickers bars, the way they come in two pieces. You really have to respect this guy.
Bald Bull was a part of the Punch-Out series from Nintendo. He makes up exactly half of what I know about Istanbul. The other half is Omer Asik of the Chicago Bulls. So if anyone asks me about Istanbul I tell them that it’s 100% men, 50% of them half a mustache and 50% can only score if they are left uncovered for 4 seconds.
Jebedia Springfield is the founder of Springfield on the Simpsons. His original name is Hans Sprungfeld. Hans was a horrible blood thirsty pirate that tried to kill George Washington. He needed to hide out, so he did what any man would do and hid his upper lip with some hair and then no one figured out who he really was until an 8 year old did some research hundreds of years later. By that time the steesh drug had set in and no one really cared because he looked so good.
In 1978, Tim Allen was arrested for trying to sell a cop 1.5 pounds of cocaine. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison, of which he served 2.5 years because the warden was a fan of his steesh. I guess he took that time to develop his edgy comedy where he points out the differences between men and women.
Conrad Waldorf shares the stage left balcony box with Statler in the Muppet Theater. The two delight in heckling every aspect of The Muppet Show.
Here’s what the two had to say after reading this website:
Waldorf: That was wonderful!
Waldorf: I loved it!
Statler: That was great!
Waldorf: Well, it was pretty good.
Statler: Well, It wasn’t bad.
Waldorf: There were parts that weren’t pretty good, though.
Statler: It could’ve been a lot better.
Waldorf: I didn’t really like it.
Statler: It was pretty terrible.
Waldorf: It was bad.
Statler: It was awful!
Statler & Waldorf: Terrible! Eh, boo!