Viral Mirth

Kitchen Sink | Posted by Jannie on 5 September 2009 @ 6:15 PM 33 Comments

I saw this over at Katie West’s “The Levity Project” and just had to share it with you.  (Caution — contains 1 cuss word.)

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  • 1

    On 5 September 2009 at 10:03 pm

    Carol | Stress Eating said, 

    Who THINKS of these things??? There are some really creative people in this world! Thanks for the laugh, again!

  • 2

    On 5 September 2009 at 10:43 pm

    Caity said, 

    I’ve seen that before. It is so hilarious. 😛

  • 3

    On 6 September 2009 at 12:14 am

    Carla said, 

    So funny. I think I know a few people who might benefit from this product. lol.

  • 4

    On 6 September 2009 at 12:22 am

    Talon said, 

    lol! Unfortunately, too few require medicine like this!

    It would be a shame to give up those costume and theme parties, wouldn’t it? LOL!

  • 5

    On 6 September 2009 at 2:38 am

    cinderkeys said, 

    Bwhaha. Just sent the link to someone who will appreciate it.

  • 6

    On 6 September 2009 at 3:41 am

    Jannie said, 

    Carol: Yes, so creative indeed, with techno-savvy – a winning combo. I got such a kick out of “Doctor” Wei. He’s a hoot. They all were pretty good in it. :)

    Caity: Why does it not surprise me you got to it first – you web maven of all things good, you! :)

    Carla: You serious? You mean ME right!? I need to tone down this chirpy way of mine? :)

    Talon: I don’t think it would be a big seller, alas. And I know YOU would never need it. Me – I get depressed maybe twice a month for about 30 mins at a time, but I’m trying to cheer up. :)

    Cinderkeys: You got me wondering if you’re sending it to someone chirpy or someone grumpy? :)

  • 7

    On 6 September 2009 at 4:02 am

    robbi said, 

    Fresspot, Has been said that when I am not annoyingly happy I am just annoying, all true too. Witness to this; On any day as I wandered around the hospital where I worked staff, (and patients) would great I with “Morning, and how are you this am robbi ?” To which I would reply thus” Never better “, with of course the usual salutations etc etc. This reply to their kindly inquiring after my morning health would at times annoy the person so much they would have to stop in their tracks and inquire to me as to just why I was never better. Patients of a matter of course normally would be firmly ensconced in their bed(s) and as such were immobilised and loved the small natter. Whereas Dr’s /nurses and the ilk are busy little creatures who bustle and hustle about the place, full of the importance of their role( and well they should too). So having to stop and inquire as to why I was never better must have p**d them off mightily, I cared not, but just told the truth, as I was Never Better> mostly.

  • 8

    On 6 September 2009 at 5:47 am

    Zeenat{Positive Provocations} said, 

    Jannie sweetie…i laughed and i laughed and i laughed and am still laughing..it was too too funny!
    Its so well made as well….And only you can find such great stuff to make us laugh all through the weekend :)
    Big hug…

  • 9

    On 6 September 2009 at 8:50 am

    tammy said, 

    Ha ha! I would love to shove this down a few people’s throats….Er, I mean, suggest they take.

  • 10

    On 6 September 2009 at 11:10 am

    Tess The Bold Life said, 

    Ha ha ha Jannie, Pretty F-ing annoying us cheerful and happy people! I love it.

  • 11

    On 6 September 2009 at 1:14 pm

    Jannie said, 

    Robbi: You sound like the type who should have NVR BTTR on your license plate, but then again, folks might take it for Never Butter (the anti-cholesterol league.) Or Never Beat Her (the anti spousal abuse league.) Could be problematic indeed. :)

    Zeenat: Well, I stumbled onto this via Levity Katie of course, so she must get the credit here. So glad you laughed and laughed. My hubby did too.

    Tammy: Really? Us delightful ones who chat up strangers in supermarket lines, go Christmas Caroling and organize potluck dinners, you would venture snuffing that out? :)

    Tess: You’re pretty F-ing great, you know that??

  • 12

    On 6 September 2009 at 2:29 pm

    Nadia - Happy Lotus said, 

    Hi Jannie,

    This is the third time I have seen this and I still find it funny especially the part about how they eat their dinner while watching sad shows.

    Like Tess said, I am happy to be one of those people. You could not pay me enough money to be a cranky pants. Life is short and each moment is precious so why not have fun. :)

  • 13

    On 6 September 2009 at 4:46 pm

    wade said, 

    finally, an ad for a drug that I don’t have to worry about needing.

  • 14

    On 6 September 2009 at 7:12 pm

    Katie West/The Levity Coach said, 

    Ho Ho Ha Ha Hibbeddy Hobbedy Hoo Gobbeddly Gooooo. Hooray!
    I have not taken my Despondex today!
    I knew this video would be right up your ally…cause we are Fun Bloggers= Floggers separated at birth.
    You kick butt Jannie.

    Let us continue to spread joy and mirth into this world.

  • 15

    On 6 September 2009 at 7:22 pm

    Patricia said, 

    I have not seen this before but I just laughed and laughed- not enough despondent people in the world..
    clever – clever…

    Thank you for my big lol of the day you amazing jester

  • 16

    On 6 September 2009 at 8:51 pm

    Mama Zen said, 

    That is hilarious!

  • 17

    On 6 September 2009 at 10:49 pm

    kingofnewyorkhacks said, 

    I don’t think there are too many people in New York City who need that !! LMAO Too funny. Thanks for the kind comments, well received as always Jannie. 😉

  • 18

    On 7 September 2009 at 12:32 am

    teahouseblossom said, 

    Buwhahahahahaha!!! It’s like that line from Office Space: “Looks like somebody’s got a case of the Mondays!”

  • 19

    On 7 September 2009 at 2:10 am

    SnaggleTooth said, 

    Hmmm, I’m currently not in need of this med, unfortunately, I’d like to be tho-!

  • 20

    On 7 September 2009 at 6:55 am

    sheila said, 

    Oh.
    My.
    God!
    lol~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    That is funny! Geez, that was so well done, it really did have the appearance of a real show/set, that’s really funny! lol

  • 21

    On 7 September 2009 at 11:49 am

    Aimee said, 

    I wish this was an issue in contemporary society! IF it ever was, for sure it would be medicalized. It would give the term “funny farm” a whole new meaning :)

  • 22

    On 7 September 2009 at 1:01 pm

    Lance said, 

    Hey Jannie,
    Katie rocks!! She helped to get me off of Despondex. And now I live happy and free! And speaking of free…I’m off to check out the last of the Labor Day garage sales…the free bins come out, you know…and I’m expecting there’ll be lots of mismatched socks!

  • 23

    On 7 September 2009 at 1:16 pm

    Jeanne said, 

    Uh-oh — I’ve forgotten what depression feels like. I better get some of this stuff so I’ll know what I’m missing!

  • 24

    On 7 September 2009 at 2:41 pm

    Bulldog said, 

    The scroll at the bottom was about as funny as the report. Or am I the only one AR enought to notice it?

  • 25

    On 7 September 2009 at 3:18 pm

    J.D. Meier said, 

    I especially liked the natural remedies for perkiness:
    – following the news
    – looking at bank account
    – thinking about how old you are, how little you’ve accomplished
    – considering man’s impact on nature
    ..etc

  • 26

    On 7 September 2009 at 4:09 pm

    Jannie said, 

    Just pooping in to give you all a hug and say thanks for the fun comments.

    I’ve got a rather short attention span today but I really look forward to answering all these by tomorrow at 12:59 Central Standard Time, even tho I may go crazy and put up my new post at 06:17.

    I’m such a woman of mystery and enigma, aren’t I ??? (Or do those 2 terms actually mean the same thing?)

    Okay, off to walk the llama now.

  • 27

    On 7 September 2009 at 7:07 pm

    Julie said, 

    Hahaha. That was awesome. :)

  • 28

    On 8 September 2009 at 10:27 am

    Jannie said, 

    Nadia: As usual, I LOVE your attitude. I think my favorite part was the crawler underneath, I actually had to watch this 3 or 4 times to take everything in.

    Wade: You CRACK me UP! Are you taking 300 pills day for various conditions! I am proud to hear of your weight loss and that you are feeling and looking better. Way to go! I AM going to lose those 7 lbs this year, and shape up amazingly. I’m on a mission.

    Katie: Funny you mention my kicking butt. I had to kick 3 derrieres on The Trail today. Big meaty he-man jocks who tried to run me off into the poison ivy. :) Thanks for turning me onto this clip.

    Patrica: Some people are very clever, yes. And with YouTube we all get to share in the mirth and pass it on. Remember on Saturday Night Live all those years ago they did a spoof for pills called “Triopenin'” As in try opening…

    Mama Zen: I thought you might approve of this! :)

    King: I remember seeing some drama show once about a woman who got attacked for smiling at some one on a NYC street. Yikes! And it is my pleasure to check out your blog, I love what you post over there and your one-of-a-kind Kingness.

    Teahouse: I have not actually seen Office Space. I don’t think so anyway. Do you recommend it?

    Sheila: Pretty pro, eh?! Very creative. I wonder if Bobbi Batista did it for free?

    Aimee: This may actually start happening in some circles that we chronically cheery get trodden upon. But I sure hope not!

    Lance: You get any socks? Oh, I got some half-full bottles of shampoo, mugs with no handles, gently used shower caps and 14 rolls of electrical tape with like — at least 1/3 of the tape still left! All for YOU!!! Wasn’t I nice to think of you on my yard-sale trek???

    Jeanne: I was depressed once. In 1999. For, like 30 minutes. The convenience store was out of snickers and I had to have a Kit-Kat. It was utter HELL.

    Bulldog. I used to know a Bulldog who came by here. Nice guy. Gentleman. Shared my conservative approach to economic matters. Believed in the right to bear arms. Fought for freedom. You ever know him? I miss him.

    J.D. You and BULLDOG get points for best comments so far, as you both noticed and commented on those wonderful little extras in this. As I said above, I had to watch this several times, paying attention each time to the different elements.

    Julie: Glad you liked it!!

  • 29

    On 8 September 2009 at 4:12 pm

    Ana said, 

    I rolled over to Katie’s blog straight away, and viewed the clip.

    For some evident reason, I didn’t enjoy that clip or find it funny. I have no idea what is so funny about it. On the other hand I did find it very interesting. :)

  • 30

    On 9 September 2009 at 12:55 pm

    Jannie said, 

    Ana: I love how we all are so different. It would be one bland world if we all thought the same. I love your visits here!

  • 31

    On 9 September 2009 at 2:33 pm

    Paige said, 

    Hebrew Dogs are the bestest ever!

    Ok here is my storm camping story… long story soooo I’ll save it for a post but to satisfy y’alls curiosity….It was bad, really—really bad and I survived to tell about it. Yeah I survived to tell about it one of these days when I have no electricity but yet have battery power on my laptop.

    Way to go with hot dogs on a stick, I mean screwdriver. lol

  • 32

    On 10 September 2009 at 2:06 pm

    Liara Covert said, 

    This must be sponsored by the Borg?

  • 33

    On 11 September 2009 at 1:10 am

    Jannie said, 

    Liara: Maybe even the tribbles? (Had to Google borg.) :)

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