Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Good for a laugh...

My computer has been acting up today, and the Geek just spent two hours trying to fix it, so I'm a little irritated and blog-less. And I'm tired and want to go to bed.

So instead of my witty observations, I give you two of my favorite YouTube videos. These are my go-to vids when I just need a laugh.

WARNING: Language is NSFW or small children (use of the F-word). I still laugh until I cry, though.

Booba's New Shoes:

Cat vs. Printer -- The Translation:

Do you have funny videos you know will make you laugh when you need one?



Cheryl said...

I nearly died laughing at the cat and the printer. Thanks for sharing PC! I needed a laugh this morning!

LA said...

Great videos!!! Have you thought about recording the Geek as a works on your computer???? That might be a good one, too.

Playground Monitor said...

I can't think of any funny videos, but I either go to People of Walmart or Damn You Auto Correct when I need a laugh. I'll end up with tears rolling down my face every time because it's so funny.

Love the cat and the printer too!

Playground Monitor said...

Okay, I got the HTML wrong for the embedded link. It's www.peopleofwalmart.com and www.damnyouautocorrect.com.

Lynn Raye Harris said...

Don't forget Awkward Family Photos either. I love the cat. That's the first time I've heard it animated though. Too funny.

Instigator said...

I haven't had a chance to watch the videos yet...it's been one of those days. But I plan on it when I get home. And I really need them today!

My favorite joke is the Beaver Dam letter that went around several years ago. Whenever I need a laugh I google it. Well worth the effort.


Angel said...

OMG, these are hilarious! I needed this today. I'm tired and don't feel good. :(

Smarty Pants said...

I'd seen the printer, but not the dog in his shoes. I love it. Especially love the accent. Makes all the difference. My maine coon speaks in the voice of a grouchy, old frenchman. Seriously. That's why we got my other cat and named her Knight, because I was doing my Monty Python French castle taunting (which sounds just like Jello, actually) and said "silly English Kii-nigg-itts." So that's why my cat's named Knight, phonetically, of course. Knight, herself, is a blue Russian, so of course, she sounds like an old, fat KGB agent from an 80s cold war movie. What, your pets don't talk to you?

DYAC is great when you need a laugh. So is Hyperbole & a Half. Tears, I'm telling you.