Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Top 5 Standup Comics

This is My List for the Top 5 Stand-up Comics and what I think are some of there best bits. Many of you would swap out some or even all of these choices but I don't care....this is my list! nah! nah! nah!

These are in no particular order.

Richard Pryor

Richard Pryor began doing comedy while in the U.S. Army and continued touring local clubs after his discharge. He performed in New York, Las Vegas and Hollywood before becoming famous thanks to appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Merv Griffin Show and The Tonight Show .

Extremely obscene -- after all, he was raised in a whorehouse -- he competently uses four-letter words in a style that borders on art. He talks about the pimps and hookers of his childhood as well as his life in the fast lane. Pryor has had a distinguished film career but he is known as every comedian's favorite comic.

Hunting in the woods

Chris Rock

Growing up in a poor neighborhood and being confronted with racism at an early age inspired Rock to turn toward comedy. At 18, he was already a stand-up comic, and that is when Eddie Murphy discovered him and helped him launch his career. Rock has gone from writer and cast member on Saturday Night Live , to actor in movies like Lethal Weapon 4 (1998) and Head of State (2003). He also served as head writer, producer and star of The Chris Rock Show , which has picked up several Emmy awards and nominations.

Rock is totally uninhibited and whenever he has the microphone, political correctness is nowhere to be found. As seen on his two critically-acclaimed cable TV specials, Bring the Pain and Bigger & Blacker , Rock will rant about topics like crack, alimony, O.J., racism, and even Colin Powell. What makes him so funny is that his observations on life are so brutally accurate. This loud comedian never holds back, which is why people can't get enough of him.

Blacks vs Niggas

Bill Cosby

While a student at Temple University, Bill Cosby worked as a bartender to support himself. That's when people suggested that he become a comedian. While he continued his education, which resulted in a Ph.D. in education, he took his routine to comedy clubs and eventually got discovered by Carl Reiner.

He became a star on television with shows like I Spy, The Bill Cosby Show and the astoundingly successful The Cosby Show . However, Cosby's place in history remains tightly linked to his stand-up persona. Whether he's talking about how a man behaves when his wife is delivering a baby or enumerating the virtues of drinking on the weekends, Cosby is a master. Unlike many of his contemporaries, he doesn't fall back on the use of profanity much and he's one of the first comics to use a storytelling style to deliver jokes. He's definitely one of the greatest.


Eddie Murphy

Comedy was always an important part of Eddie Murphy's childhood. In fact, he spent more time doing impressions and writing routines than doing schoolwork. Inspired by Richard Pryor, he was working the comedy club circuit by the age of 15 and when he was only 19, he joined Saturday Night Live . At first he was only a featured player but by the end of the first year, he had become a bona fide star.

Extremely raunchy, he focuses on his childhood (remember the "Ice Cream Man"?), the quirkiness of relationships, and is known for his dead-on impersonations (his rendition of James Brown from his SNL days is enough to induce hysterical laughter). His enormous success went on to make him one of the most popular movie stars in America, in films like Beverly Hills Cop and Coming to America , but his talent as a stand-up comic will forever be remembered thanks to classic shows like Raw and Delirious . There are few things funnier than his observation on how every Italian-American thought he was Rocky when the movie came out.

Ice Cream

George Carlin

George Carlin got his start on radio in the late '50s. After taking his act to Los Angeles, Lenny Bruce helped him get more exposure with gigs on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson . Following a stint in Las Vegas, he reinvented his image in the '70s and embraced vulgarity.

He pushed the government's envelope with his routine on the seven dirty words you can't say on television and he became passionate about promoting free speech. Carlin is one of the most prolific comedians of our time because he manages to present social commentary in an extremely hilarious fashion. He is a comic with substance.

Seven Words

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Top 5 Favorite fake commercials

there are a lot of Fake commercials and spoofs out there. These ones are the ones I consider the top 5. (obiviously I havent seen all of them so I probably missed some)

Edit. Due to some Comments on I realize Cat herders should not be here as it is real. To Make up for it I am adding one that I completely forgot about and is truly one of my favorites:

Schmidts Gay from SNL

Schmidt's Gay SNL

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Carlsberg and Mentos


Cat Herders


And the number one POP ROCKS!

Friday, October 19, 2007

Top 5 Commercials

Here they are, My Top 5 favorite Commercials in no particular order.

Cadbury dairy milk gorilla

The Wind

The Swear Jar

Mom said I could

How to use a mouse

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Bom Chicka Wah Wah

This Section is dedicated to the term" Bom chicka wah wah".

Now Lets Start with the actual saying "Bom chicka wah wah" From the Urban dictionary this is what we get:

Onimonapia (meaning word that is spelled like a sound) that is supposed to stand for 70's guitar Porn-riff. Usually this is the music that came on when the action was just about to get started. It has been used in a subcultural context to denote any porn-like or pornified situation.

Being a sound, it could also be spelled several different ways such as: Bow Chicka Bow Wow, Bow Chicka Wow Wow, Wakka Chikka Wakka Chikka, etc.

Your friend picks up an extra large sausage. This is a great time to sing Bom Chicka Wah Wah.

You see a hot guy/girl that you could imagine yourself in a porn with. Also a good time to sing Bom Chicka Wah Wah.

Some examples of the Bom Chicka Wah Wah porn music riff being sang in pop culture include it being used as the catchphrase sang by a hot girl for axe/lynx advertisements, tucker in machinema series red vs. blue, and stuey from the TV show the family guy, and character 'rachael' from TV show friends.

While it's origin dervied from cheesy 70's porno flicks, the riff itself became notorious and commonly-used after a cameo on an episode appropriately titled, "THE ONE WITH FREE PORN" in the sitcom F-R-I-E-N-D-S. The guys (Joey and Chandler) were getting free unscrambled porn and would not turn off the TV for fear of losing it. While Rachel is in the kitchen, she begins singing, "bom chicka wah wah. Bom chicka wah wah." Then asks aloud what is that and why is it stuck in her head? Chandler then replies, "that's the theme song to 'Good Will Humping.'"

The episode is hilarious and can be found Season 4. It is episode no.# 90.

Now Some Videos That use "Bom chicka wah wah"

Red vs Blue

Family Guy



About the Campaign:
The Bom Chicka Wah Wah campaign was developed at Bartle Bogle Hegarty London and New York as a way for Unilever’s Lynx to talk about the improvement in fragrance and can design. The teams were headed up by William Gelner (NY) and Rosy Arnold (London).

A spokesman from BBH said: “To talk about the change functionally would betray the brand’s heritage. At the same time, showing a better Lynx effect physically is difficult as Lynx already deals in hyperbole. A third approach was required. The answer we found was to subvert the language of lust by creating a phrase that would become synonymous, not only with improved fragrances, but also irresistible physical attraction.” (Brand Republic)

William Gelner, group creative director at Axe ad agency BBH New York, explained in USA Today that the campaign contained an element of 1970s nostalgia. “Bom Chicka Wah Wah” is a pop culture phrase that supposedly mimics a guitar sound from 1970s adult movies. While the target age group wasn’t even born then, they get the reference. There’s something about that type of Starsky & Hutch, retro ’70s thing that is very much a part of (today’s) pop culture.”

Filming was directed by Mike Maguire via The Directors Bureau, with director of photography Bob Richardson.


A woman is teaching English to students when a Lynx-wearing male arrives. “Bom Chicka Wah Wah” is thus introduced to the students’ vocabulary.


A woman carefully prepares for a romantic meal at a restaurant, carefully preparing her lingerie and dress. As she arrives at the restaurant her boyfriends is puzzled to see her totally distracted by the Lynx-wearing waiter.


A produce assistant is bemused by the antics of a shopper who is drawn to his Lynx scent.

Dinner Party

A young couple have invited the boyfriend’s parents, from another country, for dinner to meet the girlfriend for the first time. When the boyfriend’s father visits the bathroom he picks up a cannister of Lynx and tests the spray. When he returns to the apartment lounge his son’s girlfriend launches into a display of ‘Bom Chicka Wah Wah’.


A young woman is sitting in the dentist’s chair, mouth stuffed with cotton wool. When she smells her dentist’s Lynx fragrance, she launches into ‘Bom Chicka Wah Wah’.

The Bom Chicka Wah Wahs (Hot Girl Band)



Tuesday, October 16, 2007

The Best of Maury Povich

Some might say there is no such thing as the "Best" of Maury. But these Five Clips are the ones that I consider the best as they are Hilariously stupid but very entertaining.
Here they are in No Particular Order.

Black Kid with White Parents

Girl Scared of Pickles

15 year Old has Already had sex over 300 times

11th Paternity test

Man or Woman?