Check direction number 23 on this google map
hahaha wasker, that one's great
keeps me wondering, why not swim directly to dublin?
Old sketchbook: 0shade0
"Berries and creme, berries and creme. 'm a little lad who like berries and creaaam..."
Some bloke from b3ta.com (Friz) made this:
These are the lyrics:
I just think it's a nice little twist (Cockney = East End London, back in the 40s and 50s there were a fair few BBC films about 'The Cockneys of the East End' and such, with the typical BBC voice speaking about 'a Cockney sing-a-long.' The song is that sort of thing.)
Sorry for the double post, but well, bump.
Effect of catnip on cats... well, that's what it is if you speak German.
If you don't speak German, uh... awwwwww!
Don't be too intimidated!
busta rhymes "gimme some mo" - hilarious video and probably some of the fastest rap i've ever heard. i love it.
and a repost from the lounge,cartoon rabbits acting out films in 30 seconds.
rhynome,funny vid,though those half human sounds they make at the beginning are kinda scary.
rabid - haha,seen that one,ace!
Cakes, all parts are edible.
Ads and realtiy
Roads signs, mostly British.
Art made from books
Last edited by sve; April 19th, 2007 at 07:49 PM.
This one always makes me smile.
Good luck making sense of it though, I still haven't.
EDIT: Looking back, I've accumulated quite a bit you might enjoy, the dog and bees one is still my favourite though.
Last edited by wild thing; April 19th, 2007 at 09:04 PM.
Why does it have a steeting wheel?
OK. maybe they are not gonna cheer everyone up, but those are fun for me and I just need to nail them to always know where to find them if I'm in the mood for witty musical clowning.
Jazz versions of well-known classical music. Musician's name is Fazil Say.
I like his grimaces so much and his round-bent back. he is so not normal.
Last edited by sve; April 22nd, 2007 at 02:28 PM.
wow,sve that was crazy.
especially cause i've played that first piece myself
edit: scrap that,this one's better jamie cullum
edit2: ok sveta,convinced:
Last edited by Carnifex; April 20th, 2007 at 04:51 PM.
Ohh, thanks, Carnifex. that was beautiful. They made me feel so good. I just love how relaxed and effortless everything in this video, how he wanders around the stage using the piano, or inside the piano or his own voice or just rhythm of the gait to let it out from himself. I like how he looked too... no tension, so relaxed and open...
I have caught something like this on live concerts few times... this guy is something else though... music just enters him and comes out of him without any barriers, so naturally. he must be very skillful to effort a luxury not thinking much about techniques.
Did you post the links with the vocal jazz band in this thread? remember you posted it sometime ago... I remember it fondly too. Hope it is here in this thread to stay.
Last edited by sve; April 20th, 2007 at 11:48 PM.
if it isn't,now it is.
(didn't know which one i picked,so i picked one randomly,not hard to find similar ones)
sveta,request fullfilled,video is back
probably my fav (most of all because of the usual-to-be-bass)
Last edited by Carnifex; April 20th, 2007 at 05:18 PM.
Thanks, I love run, run, run and the new video with this awesome Jamie Cullum...
but you know I was asking for some other video,,, it was an improvisation of very famous Beatles hit, if I'm not wrong... "Let it be" think...They didn't sing words, almost all was imitation, noises and sounds.
Thanks, great links anyway.
this is the first video, Carnifex, you posted a wrong link in edit. I liked it though I want it to be in the thread.
Last edited by sve; April 22nd, 2007 at 02:29 PM.
Hey thanks for all of the cool links sve!
But this cat just scares the shit out of me.. lol.
Some dumb stuff
Someone gave me this custom title and I will never, ever change it!
forum culture rocks ---- greatest thread ever, and i have quite a collection on my hardrive:
-- playing: "Pikmin 3" and "World of Tanks"
-- reading: "Death of the Liberal Class" -Chris Hedges
O my soul, do not aspire to immortal life, but exhaust the limits of the possible. - Pindar
Jamie Gullum ,,,, unbelievable. True heart's catcher, he will be huge, if he survives his fame.
Now if only someone had a video of Michael J. Fox from Back to the Future playing his gorgeous solo guitar composition from this move... I will be on the seven heaven...
Bluefooted, moonwalk,,, so funny!
Oh gosh, found it...
Last edited by sve; April 22nd, 2007 at 01:38 PM.
I miss Fallout.... hope they actually DO make the third one as long as it's not like the PS2 Brotherhood of Steel version.