Air New Zealand
I hope you noticed that the entire flight crew was actually wearing NOTHING except body paint! Hands down the coolest presentation of the safety reminders of ANY airline. Gives new meaning to the term “take off”. 🙂
Women with big boobs out there, tell me this product actually makes sense! Because from my vantage point, it’s seems pretty silly to me. But then, I don’t have big boobs. In fact, I don’t have boobs, period.
Wow, poor rodent! Or lucky rodent, depending on your proclivities. There ought to be a law against holding a squirrel hostage in your cleavage against its will.
You’ll find this either cute or creepy. I find it outright creepy. But I have to give the copywriters an A for A-fort.
Such a cute video for a cute song. This is exactly how I feel when I’m having a bad day. But Lily Allen’s version is actually much nicer than my daydreams when I’m in a foul mood. You just gotta love her!
Here’s the U.S. version of this huge Asian hit from K-pop girl group Wonder Girls. Apparently, this song is HUGE. But we haven’t the slightest idea what this song was until friends showed us the video. Even the Cebu inmates have their version of the pop ditty. Have we been living under a rock? Anyway, here’s the American video; let’s see if it makes a dent in the Hot 100…
This is really cool. Of course the Slovenian accent is a bit distracting, especially the jazz spirit fingers choreo, but all in all, it was an enchanting a cappella version of the Toto classic. Straight No Chaser, another a cappella choir also has a version, but this one was extra amusing because of the rain/thunderstorm part.
Perversion is in the eye of the beholder. I bet you thought it was dirty, didn’t you? Well, a dirty mind sees dirty things. 😉
And now for the last video. Hands down, the saddest video I’ve seen of the late King of Pop, only because it’s a peek at how sad a life he actually led, despite being one of the most successful performers EVER. And to see him with a kindred spirit, Elizabeth Taylor, both trying to enjoy whatever can be salvaged from the lost innocence of Christmas, was a sad sight to see. Two grown-ups, trying to enjoy the holiday the way kids would, as best as they could approximate. It broke my heart.
Michael Jackson’s First Christmas