Tim: “When Shrek the Third came out, for months everyday you’d get bombarded with like ‘the wait is ogre’ garbage shoveled at you […] and I woke up the week before the premiere came out with the idea that Eric and I would just promote Shrek as an experimental joke […] that’s probably my favourite thing of all time, it was just so dumb.”
Eric: “It was all positive comments and 15 promos, there are still people out there who hate us because they thought we were supporting this film.”

I was so into the Countdown to S-Day.

INRE: Sit On You reblog
Sadly, I can’t say that performance ever materialized, but boy, were we jazzed about the idea.

INRE: Sit On You reblog

Sadly, I can’t say that performance ever materialized, but boy, were we jazzed about the idea.

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reinventingthekarmicwheel:

a simple tutorial

This is missing the pendulous pelvic motion.
FUN FACT: I was once in contact with Palmer. He said the key to his moves in the Bird and the Bee’s “Polite Dance Song” was to just believe that you’re fantastic and others will follow.
Duly noted, Mr. Scott. Duly noted.

reinventingthekarmicwheel:

a simple tutorial

This is missing the pendulous pelvic motion.

FUN FACT: I was once in contact with Palmer. He said the key to his moves in the Bird and the Bee’s “Polite Dance Song” was to just believe that you’re fantastic and others will follow.

Duly noted, Mr. Scott. Duly noted.

Great article about the appeal of Tim and Eric

timanderic:

you guys may have seen that Tim retweeted this earlier. It’s a great read and really nicely summarizes why Tim and Eric is such a great show.

From 2005, on the back of one of my college notebooks.
Some things just need diagramming, but for some reason, I left off the RIM bit…

From 2005, on the back of one of my college notebooks.

Some things just need diagramming, but for some reason, I left off the RIM bit…

Heads up, Chippies.