Mike Shows Up To A Hipster Fondue Party With A Taco Bell Cheesy Core Burrito

I don’t think Mike will be invited again to hang out with Alan and his friends. Whatever…they seem super pretentious. Mike is played by Connor Del Rio.

Advertisements

Bud Light’s First Date…Why Can’t He Go Back To Cleveland?

“The people in that blind date Bud Light commercial would clearly be drinking craft beer.” -Comment from a Facebook friend

If you’ve been watching the NCAA Tournament, you already know that this Bud Light commercial has been shown roughly every 3 seconds. It’s another pretty stupid one…something of a spiritual cousin to Miller Lite’s, and it’s been taking a beating on social media. And yeah, since they’re hipsters, they probably would be drinking better beer. Or at the very least, PBR. I find it funny when mass market beer companies make it seem like people drink their stuff for a reason other that the fact that it’s dirt cheap. Why can’t he go back to Cleveland ever again? I would guess indecent exposure, but that might not be something to admit on a first date. Here we go! Who says that? Ahh, online dating. By the way, Jessica Little plays hipster girl. Still not sure who plays hipster guy.

Honda’s Lame Hipster Spot

This is Tim Kendall. He’s some guy. Looks like a lame hipster to me. Oh…but he’s got 4 friend requests on Facebook. Hot shit. He says he was born cool. Very modest, Tim. This is his new Civic. Sweet, Tim. This is where he works. Oh so edgy. These are his tickets to the show of the decade. Ra Ra Riot…haven’t heard of them. Andy Meyers has. Their song “Boy” is playing. It actually sounds pretty cool. These are his friends…super. This is the girl he went out with last night, Amanda. Oh neato, he can talk to her hands free. Now they’re at the show. It’s gonna be awesome, guys! And clearly, I don’t care.

Twitter Gives Me Another Reason Not To Join Twitter

I’ve entertained the thought of getting on Twitter many times in the last 6 months. But every time I think about it, a little part of my soul dies. If people really want to read my stupid thoughts, they can do it on Facebook or on this blog. And Twitter’s first commercial does nothing to change my negative opinions about them. In fact, it strengthens my view of frequent Tweeters as self-absorbed, hipster doofuses (doofi?).

Oh, and try using some original music. Using music from those MLB Network spots and that little Law & Order transition sound (Get it? Because they’re in New York City!) is not original.

%d bloggers like this: