What the Fudgsicle? A “What the #FF?!?” feature on a Monday, you ask? What gives, Aunt Bethany? Are you off your rocker?
Well, honestly…yes! I am a bit off my rocker…or, at least, have been for the past few days. A string of unforeseen events forced me off the Internet the past few days, which did not allow me to publish my Friday post, nor read up on all my blog subscriptions. I won’t bore you with all of the dull, mundane details…but I will try, in one sentence, to summarize the world-turning events which led to my Internet Isolation for the past few days:
Wednesday night, I was alerted to an opening as a long-term sub, so Thursday morning, I filled out a lengthy application, finally watched Family Guy’s “It’s a Trap!”, played for a ballet class, then spent 4 hours at a rehearsal, which left no time for writing but plenty of time to plan my Friday post, which never got written because Friday I was called in to an unplanned job interview, which required me to gather odd and random documents Friday morning, and then I hastily readied myself to look presentable, played for another ballet class, and rushed across town to an informal interview at 2:00, which was followed by me giving a private piano lesson, racing across town (the other way) to a rehearsal, and then to a choral concert that night, which really exhausted me, so I crashed Friday night, got up way too early Saturday morning to complete a physical for my job interview, and gave a voice lesson later that morning, which was THEN followed by a 4 hour rehearsal and a planned party with former cast mates, which ALSO tired me out, so I crashed until the wee hours of Sunday morning until I had to scurry off for church choir, which kept me out until mid-morning until I had to run home to give another voice lesson, prepare for my afternoon, and run across town (yep, again) for ANOTHER day of rehearsals, which kept me on the go and away from my laptop from 12-9 today, and THAT is why I was late for school…and couldn’t post my Friday article.
So, you see? I wish I could say that I was kidnapped by a one-armed man with a spatula for a limb, or that I was abducted by crazed Yetis with blow-torches and CDs of Miley Cyrus, but I can’t. I personally think a Yeti abduction would be thrilling.
But even Yetis understand the importance of “What the #FF?!?” Friday posts, so they have urged me to continue with mine. Bless their poor, wild hearts.
This Friday’s featured website was a no-brainer. When I happened on a post from Sister Merry Hellish, I knew I had touched upon comic gold, and a Friday mention was in order. I mean, any video with this equation is sure to stir up a chuckle or two, right?
Ninjas + Crazy People + Poop =
Plenty of Chuckles, Some Soiled Undergarments, and a “What the #FF?!?” mention
Don’t believe me? I dare you to watch this video and not laugh. You will not succeed.
The Ask a Ninja series was originally created by Kent Nichols and Doug Sarine in 2006. Wait…you mean it has spanned over 4 years, and I am just now finding out about it?!? Yeah, I had that impression, too.
But fear not! The Ask a Ninja site is still up and running, with many delicious videos to view. The Ninja will answer all of your questions, regarding where ninjas hang out, how to become a ninja, and even how to participate in the ninja Olympics. Start your training today!
If you have now wet your Vaderoos with laughter and urine, check out more ninja stuff at their website. Heck, ninjas even do Twitter. And Facebook. And, I’m fairly certain that they are already hiding somewhere on my web page. But, you’ll never be able to find them, because they’re invisible, because they’re ninjas! HIY YAH!
Have a great Monday everyone! Please be sure to tune in later this week for another dose of “Stick Figure Movie Review”, featuring the Oscar contender “The King’s Speech!”