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Random Internet Awesomeness: Unicorn Mask Customer Reviews

A Unicorn Mask, presumably worn by an adult male

After reading a story about how 'unicorning' is going to become the new 'planking' or 'Tebowing,' I decided to see how much it would set me back to get in on this sweet Internet memeage.

I got so much more than I could have dreamed of.

Here's an excerpt from one of the Amazon customer reviews for the mask they sell (presumably, these are written by grown-ups who pay taxes and shave certain parts of their body:

I'm going to be honest, I have tried several different unicorn masks in the past. I have about 6 masks from various retailers around the internet and I've gotta say, this is the right one for me. When I put it on, I feel the rush of pretending I am a real-life unicorn! It is so realistically styled that there's a connection I feel deep inside when I put it on.

Here's another (again, presumably, another adult human being):

As others have said, this IS a magical mask. There's simply no disputing that. The other day, when i picked up my daughter from school wearing the mask, the look on the faces of her classmates left no doubt that they had been touched by its magic. It's not every day you see a unicorn at a community college, after all.

I encourage you to read the rest at the link above;)

So, whenever you begin to feel like you're not making a difference in the world, take refuge in the idea that someone else is contributing less to the advancement of the species.

BTW, I never imagined covering topics like this on my blog. You've just witnessed an Internet first.



…Or ‘How to Be Successful in Business, Yet Remain a Total Knob-End’ @realDonaldTrump

‘Nuff said.

MUST WATCH: Funny Presidential Debate Lipreading

I was able to pull myself up off the floor long enough to post this for the world to see.  By world, I mean the 12 people who read my blog.  But, anyway…enjoy! These guys do these types of videos for many things, but this is the funniest one I’ve seen in a while.

Return of the Psy #GangnamStyle

For those who are both Star Wars and Korean rap fans:)  


Your Coffee is Reporting for Duty!


'Java Jacket' by Brock Davis


I thought you could use some motivation for your Friday. If you can't get up for your coffee, know that your coffee is getting up for you!


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American, Justin “Nordic Thunder” Howard, Takes the 2012 World Air Guitar Championships

  The London Olympics may be over, but American dominance of international competitions goes on. Finland hosts numerous international contests that you've never heard or cared about. Here is this year's winner of this one:    

I Sarcastically Answer a Fill-In-The-Blank Tweet from @kennethcopeland

So, Kenneth Copeland asked a trivia question via Twitter this morning. Here it is:   Fill in the Blank: The Name of the Lord is a strong _____, the righteous run to it and are safe. Prov 18:10 — Kenneth Copeland (@CopelandNetwork) August 25, 2012 To which, my response was:   @copelandnetwork disinfectant — Chris

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Conversations with Cleverbot: How to Baptize

Cleverbot on “How to Baptize” Here is the conversation I struck with the computer named Cleverbot. I would highly recommend you try it. I have taken to asking it theological and popular culture questions. Here is our discussion of the proper way to Baptize: User: What do you think is the best way to baptize

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Can You See Christ In My Grilled Cheese? MUST-SEE!

Grilled Cheesus Last night, I snapped a picture of what I believe to be Christ on my grilled cheese. Or, my “Grilled Cheesus” (thank you, Glee). Take a look and judge for yourself. Let me know what you think.

Conversations with Cleverbot: Penal Substitutionary Atonement

Here is the brief conversation I had with Cleverbot over the issue of Penal Substitutionary Atonement (I am writing under the name “User”): User: What is penal substutionary atonement? Cleverbot: It’s a stone isn’t it. User: No, it’s the theory that Jesus had to die on the cross as punishment for our sins–forgiving us in

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