Day: January 27, 2016

The Chickening (NSFW)

If you ever saw the Shining (I didn’t BTW) and thought there should be more chickens, then this might be for you. In the short film called The Chickening, scenes from the Shining are remixed with lots of chickens, weird special effects, and a potty-mouthed little boy. Instead of in a hotel, this film is set in a chicken restaurant and resort called Charbay’s Chicken World. After watching it, I’m not sure how I feel about it. The whole film is below if you would like to see this for yourselves.


Anger Management (The Angry Birds Movie Trailer)

Everybody knows about Angry Birds, the popular mobile game involving birds and pigs for some reason I still and will probably never know. They’ve been everywhere since then and it was only a matter of time before they had their own movie. The story here is when an island of happy, flightless birds receives a visit from mysterious green pigs, it’s up to three outcasts, Red (Jason Sudeikis), Chuck (Josh Gad), and Bomb (Danny McBride) to figure out what the pigs are really up to. It looks like a decent movie so far but it probably won’t really matter whether it’s good or not because it will probably still make boatloads of money from all the people who are obsessed with these characters. The Angry Birds movie releases May 20th, 2016.

Listen to Your Inner Fat Guy

I believe that every once in awhile, one must listen to their inner fat person. Unfortunately for me, my inner fat person happens to also be my outer fat person. I will admit to occasionally partaking in the unhealthy side of eating but it’s hard when it’s just so delicious. Along those lines, I have been known in the past to incorporate bacon in as many dishes as humanly possible such as wrapping homemade hamburger patties with slices of bacon just to name one. My reasoning for this is that the grease from the bacon prevents the patties from sticking to my George Foreman grill. That’s just simple logic.

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