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Thigh Gap Jeans
Hair Styling Tutorial FOR FUNERALS!
Dawn of the Ted
Death in a Hospital
blackfriends "episode one" feat: Jay Phillips
here's not how to get them...
POTSWORTHY - Official Movie Trailer
Best Day Evur!
Sad Lonely Girl
Pick Your Own Playdate
Ghosts, Ghouls, Goblins, and some guy named Gary Greg by Matt Griffo
Woe Unto the Fountains My Darling
I'm fine with it if you're fine with it
British Subtitles 2: The Workplace
Here's The Plan
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What happens when the boom operator from Harry Potter and the craft service provider from Twilight team up with the director of all 3 F#*&$ing Rush Hour movi...
The Sue's Take Over Canada's Got Talent
Following in the footsteps of Susan Boyle, Sue1 & Sue2 are on an undercover mission to inspire and motivate every contestant they see, to succeed and be the ...
The Sue's @ Canada's Got Talent - Sue1 Before The Audition (Sue Stretches)
The Sue's motivating and inspiring all the contestants at Canada's Got Talent Susan McCallister perform her routine stretches before the audition.
The Challenges Of Being An Independent Filmmaker
Can anyone be this douchey? Is douchey an adjective? The answer is "yes" to both the former and latter. This is a short film we made for the Gotham Aw...
Scenes From a Kitchen, Episode 8: What Feels Better?
Sod-ic (adjective): 1. Pertaining to or containing sodium. 2. The word used to inspire this scene. Dave doesn't understand.
Part 2 of a series of audio advert spoofs: Do you suffer from innapropriate behaviour in social situations? never know what to say? Try Adjectivi-yum®...
The iPad Keynote in 3 Minutes
It's amazing, awesome, special, cool all rolled up into one.
Scenes From a Kitchen, Episode 7: Barefoot and Pregnant
Cer-u-le-an (adjective): 1. Deep blue; sky blue; azure. 2. The word used to inspire this scene. A good 4th of July is measured by two things...
Fashion editors don't use many adjectives
Jenny Levin, fashion editor for Harper's Bazaar proves that you can get through life with little more than good looks and a small vocabulary.