Thursday, August 26, 2010

UCB to join the century club


The UkeCrazyBitches YouTube channel has been stuck on 99 videos for long enough. We've been sitting on our hands (some have been sitting on their thumbs, *ahem Klevin*) waiting to produce a hundredth video. There are many ideas out there for a group video, ideas such as The Jackson 5 (plus 3), Backstreet Boyz vs. nSync, group mentos/dietcoke fizz bomb with tragic ending, Civil War reenactment, the Full Monty, etc.

The problem is, we just can't decide. So we would like to ask you, the public(all 3 of our readers), for advice on what you'd like to see.  Please leave your comments and suggestions below. The more ridiculous the idea, the better. Thanks in advance!

15 comments:

UKISOCIETY said...

Whatever the idea, we should all be in Muppet form.

A said...

Leave it at 99 so people will talk about the planned 100th for all time!

Baron said...

For me, the most important thing is that it promotes good, clean, wholesome family values and that there won't be any profanities or foul language. I can't take that fucking shit!

RussBuss said...

@UKISOCIETY: totally agree.

@A: i like that!

@Baron: i believe we're all on the same page then :)

DeG said...

Write a song called "Double Rainbow Charlie Bit Me on the Big Titty" That way it will surely have more views than all the other videos...on second thought, make sure the video features some kittens just to be on the safe side, and make sure one of them is named Sparta.

RussBuss said...

@DeG: interweb meme overload! (by the way, what the hell's a meme?)

DeG said...

@Russ:
A meme (pronounced /ˈmiːm/, rhyming with "cream") is a unit of cultural ideas, symbols or practices, which can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals or other imitable phenomena. (The etymology of the term relates to the Greek word μιμητισμός (/mɪmetɪsmos/) for "something imitated".) Supporters of the concept regard memes as cultural analogues to genes, in that they self-replicate and respond to selective pressures.

The British scientist Richard Dawkins coined the word "meme" in The Selfish Gene (1976)as a concept for discussion of evolutionary principles in explaining the spread of ideas and cultural phenomena. Examples of memes given in the book included melodies, catch-phrases, beliefs (notably religious beliefs), clothing fashion, and the technology of building arches.[

Meme-theorists contend that memes evolve by natural selection (in a manner analogous to that of biological evolution) through the processes of variation, mutation, competition, and inheritance influencing an individual meme's reproductive success. Memes spread through the behaviors that they generate in their hosts. Memes that propagate less prolifically may become extinct, while others may survive, spread, and (for better or for worse) mutate. Theorists point out that memes which replicate the most effectively spread best, and some memes may replicate effectively even when they prove detrimental to the welfare of their hosts.

...Duh. :-)

RussBuss said...

@DeG: ohhh, so it's some kind of French pastry. thanks homes!

Little 6ster said...

A "mémé" is a word kids use to say Grand ma here! GNARK! ;°)

dktoller said...

Heck. Bet you could make any of those ideas work Russ. Failing that, just release the tape of your initiation rites for Baron and 6ster.

Baron said...

@dktoller: Oh no, please not that! Anything but that! I have a reputation as a practicing heterosexual to live up to!

Grumpy Coyote said...

Muppets. I like it. Or little Southpark cutouts.

Mugambismonkey said...

Whatever you do, make it last 15 minutes (at least) and do it on a stage! (fuck political correctness!!) And I love the family value thang!!

LynnieJ said...

You could cover some Ween, Piss Up A Rope maybe?

HumbleUker said...

Howabout combining the Muppets idea with the song, "If I had a Rocket Launcher" Miss piggy should be at the trigger.

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