wait, is this thing on?
Remember Joe vs the Volcano?
Of course you do.
Well, I give you, my world. dug vs the volcano:
You need a hula lamp.
The song challenged me, I knew I’d heard it before, it was in deep brain storage, took several searches as I dredged for keywords but I finally found it:
Bauhaus – Bela Lugosi’s Dead
Fitting choice for your video.
oh my freaking holy crap…how did i ever watch that movie the whole way through? after 32 seconds i was hoping for toothpicks in my eyes.
it’s a good thing you live in the paradise you do or you’d be not around for very long. somebody needs to take a sledge hammer to the walls and let in some real light.
peter murphy rules.
bikemike, I think you have a brain cloud. That scene kills (perhaps literally in your case via toothpicks). The best depiction of a dismal, soul-crushing work environment (2nd place goes to dug). I need to watch Joe Versus The Volcano again – it’s been too long.
“You look terrible, Mr. Waturi. You look like a bag of shit stuffed in a cheap suit. Not that anyone could look good under these zombie lights. I, I, I, I can feel them sucking the juice out of my eyeball. Suck, suck, suck, SUCK…”
“Very exciting… as a luggage problem.”
“You’re afraid of the commitment? You’re gonna have to love and honor me for about 30 seconds.”
I keep thinking my job sucks and how I’d love to find another job. Then I see things like this and I begin to thinking that every job sucks.
(Closes eyes and beats head against the wall)
been working in a bike shop (the same one!) for over 20 years. here’s my job description:
Talk to you about riding bikes
How cool is that?
Um that is really really cool Mike. Thanks for rubbing it in.
I revise my blanket statement: All corporate-whore office jobs suck. 😉
“Corporate accounts payable, Nina speaking. Just a moment…”
Is this your way of telling us that you are going to grow a mullet?
No, that would require dug purchasing mass quantities of some kind of magical hair-growth formula. Something like Rogaine, but that actually works.
Dig the laser comb.
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