B-Siders over at Break.com just can’t leave a poor Hutt alone. Isn’t it enough that some Jedi wanna-be and his friends came and trashed Jabba’s place, killed his favorite Rancor house pet, ruined his pleasure barge, and choked him with his promise chain?
No one ever looks at it from Jabba’s point of view. Solo owed him money, if the story was on today’s television the repossession of the Millenium Falcon would have been filmed on the reality “Galactic Repo” show. Instead, poor “Jabba the Business Creature” is the bad guy. Let’s make fun of him and his disabilities.
Your all a bunch of Hutt bullies, Internet Hutt bullies!
There are some things that you just have to learn from example. You’d think He-Man would have figured this one out after the whole Siegfried & Roy thing. All this video is missing is a G.I. Joe to come out behind some bushes and let us know “The Rest of the Battle” tip.
Everyone has their favorite tunes they jam to. Whether it be pop, rock, rap, hip-hop or country (me, I’m kind of a folk-rock nerd. I love me some banjo), but there is one type of music we can agree upon, nerdy tunes and parodies. The internet is ripe with parodies and original songs celebrating everything we hold dear; gaming, Star Wars, those hot chicks cosplaying sexy outfits forcing you to excuse yourself. We all know what you’re doing in that convention hall bathroom, you dirty boy.
Here’s a list of ten of the best nerdy music videos and parodies on the webz. Get ready to rock out with your Spock out!
“I Kissed A Nerd” by Damsels of Dorkington
Once you’ve gone nerd, you’ll never, umm…leave the herd? I’m terrible at rhyming. But this video from the Damsels of Dorkington is a fantastic epiphany of a song in which we learn, hey, nerdy guys (and gals) can be a hot date. Sometimes you want brain over brawn, and nerds have huge brains.
Every office has at least one Star Wars freak. Chances are if your reading this then that’s you. You love Star Wars and you want your cubicle cohorts to know it. You are the self proclaimed Jedi Master and you must dedicate a corner of your desk for your collection of Star Wars novels. Reserve a section beside your keyboard for own lightsabre. Then finely place your action figures and vehicles throughout. Your colleagues must know “the force” is strong with you. However, don’t be a jerk about it. Nobody has an issue with you expressing yourself. Just, never let your display get out of hand and invade another persons work station. If you start digging a Rancor pit well, my friend you might end up with a bent Wookie.