Sometimes you need a laugh... and these videos make me laugh out loud!
Earlier today I emailed my chum Jim Adams asking him if he had a picture of something I needed for something I was writing.
Jim quickly responded that he didn't (bummer), but as a way of softening the blow he pointed me at an interesting video of a motor bike review. It's not that I actually have a motor bike, you understand, but the way the reviewer talked about things really made me laugh – like the part when he goes for a test drive and you hear him commenting about the guy driving a Volvo.
Of course this immediately reminded me of that really funny Triumph Rocket III video, where they show things like "Performing an emergency stop to help someone who's dropped their badger in road."
In turn, this reminded me of the legendary Rockwell Retro Encabulator video – a spoof that (to my mind at least) has rarely, if ever, been equaled:
This last one just fills me with awe and admiration. How could that guy keep a straight face while saying all of that? If any of these remind you of your own favorite "laugh-out-loud" videos, please share them with the rest of us.
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