Once upon a time I visited Buzzfeed daily but those days are long gone and posts that starts with 10 Pictures of… is more likely to make me roll my eyes rather than read it. However, Sergio shared this video of Weird Things Gay Couples Do from Buzzfeed and it made me laugh so I thought I would share it. I can certainly relate to a few of these situations.
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Earlier this week I shared a post about Movember (or to be more precise (HO)MOvember, which is an annual month-long fundraiser dedicated to raising awareness and money for men’s health issues. I saw this video posted on Accidental Bear and thought it would also be good to share.
Testicular cancer is most common in men between the ages of 15-30 years. This video of seven men performing a routine self-exam shows how easy it can be. When detected early, testicular cancer is extremely curable. I hope that this funny – and very safe for work – video will remind people to perform a self-exam.
This summer I posted a similar video 100 years of men’s swimsuits in 3 minutes, which I thought was pretty cool. If you liked that video then I bet you’ll find this also pretty cool to watch.
Move over Harvard, step aside BU, and forget about it BC. It looks like Northeastern University consistently has the be best homecoming in Boston. Check out there homecoming announcement, that they released last month.
How much would you like to see Amy this Friday? Pity you don’t go to N.U.
Last week Mrs. Betty Bowers, America’s Best Christian™, shared a funny, new educational video on how the Ten Commandments are the basis for all American laws; or not. Special Guests (in alphabetical order) are God, Sarah Palin, and George Washington.
I saw this live in Provincetown this summer when we went to see WELL-STRUNG and I happened to see the video appear as a suggestion on what to watch. Enjoy their version which happens to also feature J.S. Bach.
Poetry is my favorite form of prose and when done right, it speaks to me on an emotional level that I’ve yet to experience in any other form. Music is a close second to poetry and they share a lot of similarities in that much of it I do not care for or understand, but when I find a song or poem I like – it resonates.
Last year I posted Steven Boyle’s poem, I Hit Send or Modern Meltdown. Not knowing what to expect, his poem took me completely by surprise. Boyle’s reading below is a sequel of sorts to this poem. The reading of, Message Sent, or I’m Nervous, was recorded about one year ago at his high school, which has significance, considering the content and message shared. If you’ve not heard his poem, I Hit Send or Modern Meltdown, listen to that first.