Tuesday, March 18, 2008

YouTube, Brutus?

If you're a middle class white kid under the age of fourteen, I guess you have a camera and internet access. This is not surprising but I would not have guessed to what extent this demographic loved Slappy. Proof:


Good news if you love the Exorcist theme.


Improv comedy is so funny.


These girls made up a lyrics for the TV theme song. They mention Slappy and werewolves, proving that in three years they will be qualified to ghostwrite for the series.


His grandfather was arrested for spousal abuse in '53. ;_;


The creative team behind this one has disabled embedding. They should have disabled their parents from fighting in the background of one of the scenes.


Minority Alert


Is this a trend I'm unaware of


Les filles fran├žaises et Slappy


No wonder Slappy loves twelve year old girls: he shares their taste in music.


Real update later

7 comments:

Kool said...

A pedo tried to find out where the kid lived in the comments of the fifth video.

IceKeyHunter said...

Hate to sound like a jerk, because I really enjoy your blog.

But the song in the first video is actually from the Exorcist.

Unless I'm missing some kind of joke here... I dunno.

Anyway, keep up the good work, dude. Can't wait for the next post- Night of the Living Dummy II was always my favorite of the books; I don't remember exactly why I preferred it over the original, though.

troy steele said...

Not a jerk at all, I compiled this at like 4AM, it was an honest mistake. The strangest thing about "Tubular Bells" was its appearance on Pure Moods-- anyone remember that fad?

Night of the Living Dummy II is indeed much better than the original, as we shall all see in a day or two.

Anonymous said...

The French one was kind of cute. Probably because I couldn't tell what they were saying.

Sadly, most of these videos are far more coherent and plausible than anything Stine has ever written.

Ununnilium said...

Wow. All of them are cute. They remind me of my 8-year-old self, patiently explaining how to make little pictures with Christmas candy into the camera.

Pocket Full of Brandie said...

that last video is proof that children should be seen and not heard.

Champiness said...

Don't you get it? I'M INVINCIBLE!!!!