Today on Segment 16, the guys talk about a few coworkers who unintentionally said mean things, while trying to be funny, or just not understanding what the topic was. And the guys are watching all the action as people try to get to the Secretary of State on the last days, and the SOS had computers go down. Everyone is screwed.
Earlier this month, several of us were attending the wedding of one of ours, Julie. As part of her table decorations, she had these super tiny pumpkins at each place setting, and being the DJ jerks we are, we promptly stole some to make a silly video. FREE STUFF!
We decided to have a contest to see if we could carve these tiny, tiny pumpkins for Halloween, and who could do it best!
Today on Segment 16, the guys talk about a sign in Detroit that has pissed off a certain group, and why. And also wonder why no one can take a joke anymore?
The sign read: "To all the dyslexic atheists out there, there IS a dog."
Guess who's mad?
The guys are excited for their Carite appearance coming up this Saturday! They'e celebrating the trip to Kalamazoo, where they're all going together! This is the first time they'll all be out together, except for the live shows. Should they get a commission for selling cars while they're there?
Movies are fun, and talking about them is almost as fun. But what's more fun than just talking about movies? Poking fun at them, and coming up with new ways to joke about them! Reddit users have a huge thread of movies that have been completely changed, just by adding "-ing" to the end of the movie title!
So there I was, innocently minding my own business this morning, when a friend of mine decided to share this video with me. Now I'm laughing about children's books. Dirty children's books.
'Do You Want to Play With My Balls?' is a real children's book, and something that's going to get a lot of people in trouble. But only if they are actually stupid enough to buy this for their kids!
Louis C.K. was on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night.
He said when he was a writer on The Dana Carvey Show in 1996, Jimmy Fallon auditioned for a writing position.
While Fallon was very talented -- even back then, Louis (whose full name is Louis Székely) says he torpedoed Fallon's chances.