Monday, March 24, 2008

Re: Restroom Etiquette

No new SNL this week, which means no SNL clips from me. It did surprise me that my DVR didn't tell me who the guest host was, however. All it said was "An ensemble cast performs a variety of skits," which psyched me out until I figured out it was a rerun.

It was Easter, so I'll give them a break. In the meantime, I'll give you some required reading. First of all, if you haven't read and voted in the latest Skeet Thrower Draft, you should do that. I'll be announcing a winner in this Friday's post, so voting will be open until then.

Second, you should really start reading Todd's Blournal, specifically, his Men's Restroom Etiquette series. His first real post on the issue, Sight and Sound, is really funny, spot on and has some interesting discussion in the comments.

Special bonus, it has given me a reason to post an animated video about restroom etiquette that I've been trying to find a reason to post for almost 2 years. Its over the top but also SFW, just so you know.



I usually leave the animated stuff to Wheezy (he knows that stuff better than myself), but here's some more animated stuff - its the "outtakes" from the video above. I think are kinda funny, especially if you talk to Wheezy about some of the hassles of animating.



So go read Todd's Blournal and Wheezy's blog and have a good week.

5 comments:

TK said...

Thanks for the shout out! I s'pose I should have done some research on the Tubes because my second section has already be masterfully portrayed in this video. More proof that these subconcious rules are real and must be obeyed.

Double M said...

Love to do it - also, I hope I didn't step on your toes - your idea is genious!

Ben said...

heres how i learned how to pee in public.

http://gamescene.com/The_Urinal_Game_game.html

D Wheezy said...

Indeed Todd - keep posting the Restroom Etiquette. Really good stuff over there. Perhaps you could have your sister or wife on for a guest spot on Women's Bathroom etiquette at some point. I imagine that it involves length conversations on the value of potpourri, but I could be wrong.

Thanks for the numerous plugs Mr. Mueller. I wonder what those guys used to animate this - it looks kinda like The Sims type stuff.

Double M said...

I agree on the Sims stuff. when I first watched it, I thought it was actually a crazy Sims simulation.

I'd be intrigued to see how they did it.