Someone sent me a video of a cartoon character named Nuclear Boy, who explains the nuclear disaster in Japan, but in a format for children. This video (below) has captioning translated to English. Apparently it was designed by someone in Japan, so I don’t think it’s meant to make light of the situation, just putting it in terms children can relate to, like passing gas / farting, poo, and diarrhea. Yeah, this video compares radiation emissions to gas, and a complete meltdown like Chernobyl is diarrhea.
Just to be clear, this is not to make fun of what’s happening in Japan right now. My heart goes out to them. I can’t imagine what they’re going through.
This video is a lighter take on it, for children — well, also for teenagers and adults who are still fascinated by flatulence and poop. Not everyone understands nuclear meltdown, but everyone understands diarrhea.
The name of the video translated into English is: A Nuclear Reactor Explained by Poop and Farts: Nuclear Reactor Boy’s Tummy Ache.
I’ve wondered if this is an actual translation, so I looked at the comments on the original video, and someone there translated it very similar, so it appears legit, as far as I know.
Mango-Man sent us a link about a product called the “Better Marriage Blanket”. It supposedly eliminates the problem of passing gas when you’re sharing a bed with your spouse. You should watch the video!
Now that you know what it’s all about, click play again and listen to the first few seconds. That was not silent but deadly! I don’t see how the blanket is gonna do anything about that!
There’s actually an official website for this Better Marriage Blanket (but you might not want to go there, because there’s pop-ups when you try to close it). There you learn that it “contains the same type of fabric used by the military to protect against chemical weapons”. Hmm… And supposedly “the blanket will not smell bad after use”.
I don’t figure I’ll be getting one of these, because I don’t have a problem with flatulence. But if any of you reading this have tried it, let us know how it works for you. Was unbridled flatulence destroying your marriage, and this carbon-filter blanket saved the day? Inquiring minds want to know!
One of my friends was playing around with his keyboard and some effects it had, like looping drum beats and having laughter tied to the synth part. He recorded it and sent it to me, just to show what he had done. It seemed to be lacking something, so I forwarded it to D.J. Funky Dogg, who added some music effects to it, along with various sound effects and vocal utterances (plus some, uhh, other utterances). It’s quite funny, if you find flatulence funny. So I’m providing the download link for those who enjoy such things. Just so you know, the file is about 1MB and the song is about 1 minute long.
First, a couple of disclaimers:
1) Obviously, if you are offended by the audible passing of gas, you should not download this free MP3.
2) If you are around people who can’t handle “potty humor”, you should listen on headphones.
3) If you are at work in a cubicle farm, go ahead and crank it up on your computer speakers — it’ll make everyone’s day a little more surreal. 🙂 (Though if folks think you’re uncouth, that’s yo’ problem!)
4) If you hurt yourself laughing, you don’t laugh often enough. Subscribe to this blog and review the archives for help with that.
5) If you laugh at this, you can forward the link to this post to your friends who also appreciate this brand of humor. That’s all we ask.
Okay, with that out of the way, here’s the link: Test Rekkerd (Stank Drawz Remix).mp3.
This track is released to the public “as is”, with no warranty expressed or implied. It is also free, and you cannot claim it as your own and try to sell it. If you do pirate this recording, we WILL find out and we’ll call J.G. Wentworfth to get our money NOW!
If you would like to have D.J. Funky Dogg remix your track, he is available for an exorbitant fee, although sometimes he will do things for us for fun (because we’re so cool and he diggs this blog), so you can send it to us via our contact form and we’ll see what happens.
Are you ready for this week’s caption contest? I know some of you are, because I actually got e-mail letting me know there wasn’t one posted on-time. (It’s nice to be missed!) The reason for the delay is because of an electrical malfunction at the Buffet o’ Blog headquarters, preventing me access to my computer and the Internet for a few days. Now that it’s resolved, things can return to normal (or a reasonable approximation thereof).
Since this week’s caption contest is late, here’s an extra special photo. And by special, I mean “lots of humor potential”. It’s a sumo wrestler, performing some sort of introductory dance. Let the humor begin!
FYI, some sites may frown upon “potty humor”, where you reference passing gas and such. Let it be known that your humor is welcome here. 🙂
(To see the other caption contests, click on the “Say What?” category in the sidebar.)