Here’s some hump day happiness to help you make it through this week alive.
Your subtle revenge at work today is watching this punk rock anthem, by the lads of Mighty Boosh, on company time.
Which brings us to the next point… The lyrical content in this live performance clip is NSFW, so you may want to wear headphones while exacting your subtle revenge, unless you work where it’s still acceptable to play humorous punk rock anthems about repeated acts of defecation loudly.
A post-punk bump for your mid-week hump. Mission of Burma (performing Peking Spring, circa 1979) may seem like a random choice unless you know that’s what was cranking on the stereo around here last night. Now you do.
According to Liam Murtagh (quoted from Facebook), "Everyone is posting on tumbler. Like, people I don’t know. SO WEIRD… I believe we have gone "viral"…" with this cover of electropop duo La Roux’s Bulletproof.
Country and Western meets Punk Rock in this “clash of cultures” comedic film short by Mark Lynall.
The result is either brilliant, or brilliantly stupid, depending how you feel about culture clashes that include a rousing punk version of Kenny Rogers’ Coward of the County and Anarchy in the UK done up as a countrified line dancing number.
From the Commercials That Make No Damn Sense drawer comes this suburban comedy of horrors about proper escalator maintenance… all of which is just a clever ruse to sell you some Canadian brand of margarine or other that promises buttery taste.