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June 07, 2006

Most Horrible Thing On The Internets Ever

Victor sent me a link to the most horrible thing I've ever seen on the internets. This is way worse than the drunk dog fucking video, which at least was funny. No, this one is so horrible I almost want to cancel my internet service and never go online again. Cuz if that's what the internets have come to, if that's the kind of awfulness we are now able to witness at the click of a button -- I mean the kind of stuff that should have been burned, buried and forgotten, never to see the light of day ever again, where it will damage the eyes and ears and brains of millions of innocent unsuspecting people -- well then I think this whole internets thing has gone too far.

If you dare, click on this YouTube link. But I must warn you, It is shockingly baaad, and even Victor admitted that he was physically unable to watch the entire thing. I did, and I will forever be sorry.

Posted by annika, Jun. 7, 2006 | TrackBack (2)
Rubric: C.T.O.T.I.O.T.D.



I haven't been this turned on since I saw goatse man and tub girl.

I'll be sure to save this one for those lonely nights.....

Posted by: Spanky on Jun. 7, 2006

Did you save this especially for poetry day? Cuz that is genius man.

By the way, I think I wore that tux to prom that year.....except it was powder blue, of course.

Posted by: Pursuit on Jun. 7, 2006

I tried to watch that twice today, and I couldn't make it all the way through either time. When the second Shatner shows up, my mind recoils in horror. Oh, the humanity!

Posted by: DBrooks on Jun. 7, 2006

Absolutely! What they don't show in the video is Bernie Taupin attempting to hang himself backstage.

Posted by: annika on Jun. 7, 2006

Well, it's not at the level of Stewie's rendition, but still, I liked it. The man is seriously underrated as an artist.

Posted by: KG on Jun. 7, 2006

KG, I think you misspelled "undertalented." But thank you for the hint about Stewie's version, which can be found here.

Posted by: Victor on Jun. 8, 2006

The dog gave a better performance, and was more believable...

Posted by: BobG on Jun. 8, 2006

I get that there are many important things to take from this video, but am I the only one who noticed that he wasn't inhaling from the cigarette? He was CLEARLY faking it -- all the smoke came out the second he opened his mouth.

What a wuss. If you can't smoke, don't fucking pretend you're smoking.

Posted by: The Law Fairy on Jun. 8, 2006

I see this as a parody to poetry reading beatniks, though he is a tad too self-effacing.

Notice the barely contained smirks at the end "And I think its going to be a long, long time."

To balance this spoof out, see if you can view the Twilight Zone that featured Shat as a mental patient coming home on a plane, who witnesses something going on with one of the engines...

Posted by: will on Jun. 8, 2006

I dunno, Will. I think it's a dramatic interpretation, just like his version of Harry Chapin's Taxi.

(Yeah, it's pretty bad, too.)

Posted by: Victor on Jun. 8, 2006

When they started the 3-part Shatner harmony I was stunned beyond belief.

Posted by: Stephen Macklin on Jun. 8, 2006

lol, Law Fairy. Like Sinatra, many great singers don't inhale.

Posted by: annika on Jun. 8, 2006

He redeemed himself here:

Posted by: TBinSTL on Jun. 8, 2006

Sorry about my weak posting skills...

Posted by: TBinSTL on Jun. 8, 2006

Love it or hate it I suppose. It's self parody of a sort that only people with a collosal ego seem to pull off effectively.

Count me among his fans despite his huge flaws.

Posted by: Desert Cat on Jun. 9, 2006

I LOVE this video! I can't watch it without laughing like a freakin' hyena!

Posted by: Beth on Jun. 12, 2006

Oh. My. Fucking. God.

He's got neither shame nor dignity.

Posted by: Martin on Jun. 16, 2006