Archive for the ‘Funny’ Category

Mustafa Baba!


This is a part of a conversation I had with a fellow classmate. I’m not going to bore you on how we started discussing about the following topic but this is the most interesting part, I think.

Her: I love Middle-Eastern tales. Mustafa Baba & The Forty Thieves is my favorite.
Me: Ahhh, you mean Ali Baba.
Her: (exclaimed) YES! Ali Baba. Wait, then who is Mustafa Baba?
Me: I don’t think there is a Mustafa Baba. I don’t think there was ever a Mustafa.
Her: You don’t say.
Me: (nodes)
Her: Hmmm, then who’s Aladdin? Or is he a figment of my imaginations?
Me: No, you got him right. He is the one with the magic lamp and the flying carpet. You know, the Disney movie starring Robin Williams.
Her: (exclaimed) YES. The one with “A Whole New World” song right?
Me: You got it.
Her: Oh and who’s Sinbad? And I don’t mean the comedian.
Me: Sinbad is the fictional sailor from Basra. He made seven voyages in total.
Her: (exclaimed) YES. Didn’t he mistake a whale for an island?
Me: Yes, he did.
Her: Wow. And all those stories created by the Persian author Shahrazad.
Me: Actually, Shahrazad is a fictional character. She is a Queen that told her stories to her husband King Shahryar.

For a person who “loves Middle-Eastern tales”, I found her quite ditzy about the subject.

Having Sex With Robots

I think the most positive thing from having sex with robots is that you will never have to deal with unexpected pregnancy.

Update: Youtube (as always) has removed the video. Click HERE to watch the clip.

Anime Cosplay: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

The Good


The hottest Lulu cosplayer ever.

The Bad


The thing on his head reminds me of a particular male part.

The Ugly


Oh, the humanity…

A Bottle of H2O


Me: Can I have a bottle of H2O please? (smiles)
Her: What?
Me: A bottle of H2O! (smile fades)
Her: What’s H2O?
Me: Water. It is referred as H2O in the world of chemistry.
Her: Oh, I didn’t know that.
Her: Here’s your bottle of water sir. Anything else? Popcorn?
Me: Nope. Thanks.

I don’t know which one of us is more stupid. Me, for trying to be funny by substituting water for H2O, or her, for not knowing what does H2O stand for. For now, I’ll consider both of us as idiots just so I won’t hurt anybody’s feelings.

The Sex List Game


A very short, yet hilarious sketch from Very Angry Neighbors comedy group. It seems not everyone knows how to play this game. 

The Rhythm Is Gonna Getcha


Today while I was heading to the bus station to go back home (and minding my own business as always), I startled by a high pitch sound of “HI”. The sound was coming from a girl walking next to me and she was talking to whoever he was in extremely high voice over her cellphone, so I couldn’t help but to listen to her whole conversation to that person. However, the several lines she said caught my attention. I swear to God, this is what she said:

I just got out from the class, but I feel kinda funny from something I ate
But first I’m going back home, so you better not wait
You can pick me at 7:30 especially if we don’t want to be late
So are we set for our Halloween date?

Seriously, how cool is that? I mean think about all the conversation we would be able to remember if we ever spoke in a constant rhythmic fashion. I was able to remember everything she said from 10 hours ago and yet blog about it. So girls if you want your men to really listen to you, you better start speaking in rhythms; it’s gonna get them whether they like it or not.

Me & The Movie Theater Couple


Earlier tonight, me and a bunch of my friends went to the movie theater hoping to find something interesting to see. Unfortunately, not a single movie appealed to our diverse tastes, so we decided to watch whatever we want and any movies that we might have missed. We wound up dividing into several groups except for me because I wanted to watch the super chick flick movie The Jane Austen Book Club. Since I’m a big Austen fan I couldn’t miss a movie that has “Jane Austen” in it. So I bought my ticket, got me some Dibs, and went on to my theater.

The theater was completely empty except for a couple (a boy and a girl) sitting way in the back. I picked my seat and was kinda waiting for other people to show up, but nobody ever came. While the commercials (not the previews) were playing, I turned my back and the couple looked at me and smiled. I smiled back and said “So, I guess it’s going to be three of us tonight huh.” They laughed and the boyfriend said, “Yeah I guess so”. Then the girlfriend looked at me and asked, “so, aren’t you waiting for someone?” “No, but I came here with a bunch of my friends and we sorta ended up going to different movies. I’m kinda one of the few straight men who watch and read everything Jane Austen, so I couldn’t miss this one”. The girl got excited and asked, “What is your favorite Austen book?” “Well, I will always have a thing for Pride and Prejudice but I’d have to say I love Persuasion more than the rest. “Excellent choice. Mine is Sense & Sensibility.” The boyfriend grew restless from our conversation so I had to close the subject before he flipped out. “Well, let’s hope this movie isn’t a snooze fest”.

After the movie has finished, the girlfriend asked me “Did you like the movie?” I answered, “I was hoping for something phenomenal but I honestly have to say that I had a good time. It is definitely made for Austen’s fans.” Then the boyfriend said, “I, on the other hand, had a good nap. The only reason I came here is just so I could score tonight.” His girlfriend and I looked at him, shocked, we couldn’t believe he said that in front of me, a stranger. Then he heard himself saying that and looked away. I had to get out of their sight quickly, so I wished them good night and stormed out of the theater. So, the question for today is:

Did the boyfriend score?

Midsummer Night’s Dream


Yesterday I went to the Shakespeare Festival that our university usually holds during the summer. I wanted to watch a Shakespeare play that I didn’t read about, so I picked the romantic comedy “Midsummer Night’s Dream”. The whole play was preformed on an outdoor theater just like the way it used to be preformed during the Elizabethan era. It was kinda cool but the chairs weren’t comfortable enough but they were totally manageable. The play started at 8:35PM and finished roughly around 11PM with a 20 minutes intermission.

However, I have to say that was one of the funniest Shakespeare’s plays I have ever seen or heard. The best part is the “play on play” part, and the funniest character was Nick Bottom. The performance was excellent, although I couldn’t help but to notice that some of the actors slipped on their British accent. Nevertheless, the whole evening was unforgettable and I had tons of fun. Unfortunately, I couldn’t take couple of pictures of the performance because taking pictures wasn’t allowed, but I manage to take a picture of the stage during the intermission.

A Jar Of Coffee


Yesterday the instructor of the Critical Thinking course I’m currently taking came to class with a jar of liquid coffee. Yes, not a cup or a thermos but a big glass jar that is usually used to store cookies or something. I was sitting in the very front row of the class, exactly near the teacher’s table and through the one-hour and a half, all I was sniffing was the smell of coffee coming from his jar (I assume it’s Nestle), which was so strong it actually woke me up. This is actually nothing compared to last year organic chemistry’s TA; she usually starts her day with a scientific beaker of coffee taken from the chemistry lab.

Terrified Gamer

This video is hysterically funny which shows a Japanese guy filming himself playing the survival horror game Resident Evil 2. His reactions and comments regarding the fright scenes are hilarious especially the way he controls the character and the constant menu switching. I remember playing the game when I was like 15 years old (the game is intended for those who are 17+) but I certainly wasn’t terrified that much.