Just when you thought you’ve seen all that Seb has to offer in Formula One, he pulls off another stunt that should tickle your Kung Fu movie funny bone.
Ok, so it’s actually a promotional movie for Nissan/Infiniti’s 2012/2013 FX45 SUV, but hey, It’s got HK actress Celina Jade in it kicking ass. Perhaps, Seb might consider a career in HK kung fu movies as well. I’d watch it!
This list could easily rival that of Darwin awardees. Either way, this would tickle our morbid fascination of death.
If you’re a Filipino and you spend every waking minute of your day on Twitter, Facebook or every other social networking site on the interwebz, then I highly suggest you take a minute and watch Lourd de Vera’s video about online etiquette.
Trust me, if you have enough grey matter to be able to put a photo of a dead toe nail on facebook, or tweet about how depressed you are because your goldfish died, this video won’t bore to death and definitely appeal to you. Seriously, do yourself a favor and watch this before you humiliate your self by uploading a video of you popping a zit on your nose on Youtube.
So you got to go on your Japan pilgrimage, went around Akihabara and shopped to your hearts content or as your savings allows you to. But you still got some time left and don’t know what to do. Then why not drift on over to the Pop Life Department.m’s Shop. In a nut shell, it’s a sex shop or more appropriateley, a “sex mall”. But it’s not to be compared with Singapore’s 4 floors of, um, exotics.
Curious? Let Attack of the Show give you a guided tour with Alex Sim-Wise.
UPDATE: Now with JOOTOOB video!!!
Tokyo Pron Shopping with Alex Sim-Wise.
Sometimes, somedays, you just feel so out of it than any formal attempts at being productive results in futility thereby exerting any form of effort is rendered fruitless. All of this can be summed up in a single word phrase: burnout. Continue reading
While the lecture prank above would definitely bring snorts and giggles in today’s age of laptops, iPads and Blackberrys, 15 or so shy years ago, the thought of lugging a typewriter to campus was not too far fetched. Students then actually wrote down their notes with their #2 pencils and ruled notepads. The most hi-tech doodads you’d most likely find in backpacks then would have been a scientific calculator, a black and white screened Gameboy, a Sony Discman, the odd Tamagotchi or a Nokia 5110 dual band GSM cellphone. Save for the scientific calculators, the others mentioned are by now considered dinosaurs. Antiquated technology. Continue reading