I think the whole Strange Addictions show is fake. If you drank one pint of gasoline, you'd die. How can they get around that?
It's time for "Shannon, the Girl Who Drinks Gasoline."
For maximum hilarity, skip to five minutes in. She invites her friend over.
"Okay. You know that I eat newspaper."
"Yes....I know....that you eat newspaper..."
"Well, I have something else to tell you."
"I also drink gasoline."
After a couple seconds of silence, the other girl says, with almost no expression or emotion in her voice:
"Shannon....that's....so bad....for you."
I'd call the whole thing fake, but you can't script comedy like that.
Remember, TLC stands for "The Learning Channel."
Animation these days has its ups and its downs, but at the very least, Filmation will never again be the only hiring studio.
Zim: "I thought the Tallest killed you."
Skoodge "Yeah, but I'm all right now."
Mad Jack the Pirate: "You were DEAD! How do you get better from being DEAD, you Scottish twit?!??"
I may be alone around here regarding this, but....I love looking at people's gigantic game collections.
That's just the overview: if you have a few weeks, he's actually reviewed ALL of these machines.
It's too bad gamer geeks usually don't have Hollywood-caliber voices. Except for James Rolfe's collection video, I've never heard one with a voice I could stand.
More crazy game rooms:
This last guy's voice isn't bad, but he's British. The accent takes the nasaliness off.
Here, it's free:
You have to be an American, though.
The russian version of winnie the pooh. Not a russian dub mind you, but an actual new cartoon made in russia:
Epic Wub Time: Musicians of Ponyville
Pinkie Pie in Skyrim - Smile
Tally Hall - Banana Man
A Wesker - Legion Alliance
Baby Squirrel chewing Apple earphones
Cute Kitten Afraid
Ultraman Max forgot how to fight
BLACK★ROCK SHOOTER in 32 Seconds (Language)
^Yes it is, in fact, powered by friendship.
Livetune featuring Hatsune Miku - Tell Your World
IA - Plan under the elevated R Nihonbashi
Joris: Your story makes me want to have a little brother, Papycha. Isn't that weird?
Kerubim: Don't worry, Jojo. You have your whole life to meet new brothers. Some you will choose, others will ruin your life, and others still will make it worth living...
Here's a very rare piece of Disney animation. When The Rescuers Down Under played in theaters, the film was preceded by the Mickey Mouse short, "The Prince & The Pauper". And between them was a 10-minute intermission, which started with some new animation. Only the first couple of minutes of the intermission are in the video, but I've read the rest of the time was spent playing samples of Disney songs.
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