Phailhaüs - 23

For videos that aren't... y'know... "real". Whatever Thing, Phailhaüs, etc.
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Phailhaüs - 23

Postby Graham » 08 Apr 2009, 21:35

Oh, The Hills. You awful, awful show.
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Postby Kate! » 08 Apr 2009, 21:44

I know it's a terrible show, but it's so funny to make fun of, that I love it so much.

My boyfriend hates me for it.

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Postby spartanhelmet » 08 Apr 2009, 21:59

Omigod... it's Phailhaus, omigod! But yah, like that Berliner guy, is like a total like.. douche, like yah.

Thanks for moar phail, lololololololkthnxbbq. It's a good thing I'm blissfully ignorant of The Hills, or I guess I might be raging now.
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Postby Kdz » 08 Apr 2009, 22:39

I couldn't stop laughing. I'm still catching my breath. You guys obviously had a lot of fun with this one.

And laughter is contagious. Make sure you get vaccinated today!

Key phrases:
"mischief-by-modem"
"space astronaut"

Related links:
The IMDB page for 'Terminal Entry'
It's sorely lacking in fun tidbits and such. The review featured is hilarious for entirely the wrong reasons.

Beardness:
It seems to be moreso than usual. As a beard proponent, I approve. Also, I note it's multi-colored. I have the same issue.

Epitaph:
I don't plan on having one. But if I were to have one, I'm thinking something like "Even dead, still better than you." I don't know, I haven't put a lot of thought in to. Like I said, don't plan on having one.
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Postby meisbored » 08 Apr 2009, 23:39

I pretty much decided last week that my epitaph will most likely say something along the lines of "He did it for the lulz."
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Postby Cybren » 09 Apr 2009, 00:20

is phail going to still be on blip, or is it just how things worked out?
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Postby Graham » 09 Apr 2009, 00:36

Cybren wrote:is phail going to still be on blip, or is it just how things worked out?

YTBD

Yet To Be Determined
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Postby tamaness » 09 Apr 2009, 00:40

I just noticed that Graham has "Flight" volumes 3 and 4 on his shelf. Awesome sauce.
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Postby manika » 09 Apr 2009, 00:56

now that was 'Hills'arious. oh what a bad play on words from my account and yet i had to do it.
I loved this phailhouse.
So much phail from Germany (over all phailhouses) and each time I think that I should have read or heard about that myself, because we Germans are apparently really weird people, but I never have so far.
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Postby Maximillian » 09 Apr 2009, 02:00

I think that the whole livening-up of wakes thing is going to stay with me for a very long time. It's likely that I'm going to be in class one day, remember it, and laugh pretty loudly. If I get any flak for random laughter, I can blame Graham. Maybe my teacher will be a follower of the House of Phail.

As far as Epitaphs go....I'd probably have something along the lines of "VACANCY." Just to freak people out once they think about it enough.
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Postby The Jester » 09 Apr 2009, 02:15

Great stuff, that was really funny. Valley girl impersonations are allways hilarious, but you guys just now had something special.

Also, regarding the incredibly stupid person here in England who complained about an adult channel having adult material on it, well, idiots are everywhere and that does unfortunatley include England. My butler is already on his way to deal with this one though..


I say.
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Postby tamaness » 09 Apr 2009, 02:58

epitaphs:

"Roll for initiative."
"His name was Robert Paulson."
"We apologize for the inconvenience."
"As seen on TV!"
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Postby Lyinginbedmon » 09 Apr 2009, 03:22

Why is it the first thing I notice about Kate's appearance in this video is her hair is different?

Looks good by the way.

Kate! wrote:My boyfriend hates me for it.

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A significant portion of the LRR fanbase just cried out in anguish.
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Postby whyarecarrots » 09 Apr 2009, 03:26

NEW PHAILHAUS!!!! *nerdgasm*
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Postby AlexanderDitto » 09 Apr 2009, 03:40

Quite possibly the funniest Phailhaus yet. I was in stitches, especially at the end, with Graham and Kate going back and forth about the hills... actually, that ten seconds is probably the most flamboyant Graham's ever been. :shock: DAMN YOU, THE HILLS.

IN ENGLAND, doesn't everyone who has something to whine about write letters to the Daily Telegraph? Stephen Fry seems to make fun of it quite a lot. Perhaps they are to blame.
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Postby Oxford » 09 Apr 2009, 04:00

Ah, Germany. Your weirdness never ceases to amaze me. Neither do the antics of the Southern United States. Or China.

And THE DUTCH!
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Postby Canonfoder » 09 Apr 2009, 04:34

The "wakes" joke really made me feel like an ignorant American because I had to look up what a wake is. I know them more as a "visitation" but that might just be me or my little piece of earth. Once I realized that High-Larity ensured.

Piglets! Piglets! What if it was sheep instead? cause its really easy to get them to follow people.

My epitaph right now would probably be more along the lolololololol lines or something like "he always tried to be funny..."
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Postby Elomin Sha » 09 Apr 2009, 04:43

Graham really pegged about England's complaint system. Whenever something bad happens we either form in a queue, make a cup of tea, or if we're really irate we write a letter. I've only done the cup of tea and writing a letter portion so far. Just need to find a queue to complete the set...In England.
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Postby Kevco » 09 Apr 2009, 05:01

Could a LLR Parody of The Hills, taking place in Victoria, be considered for a video? Hmm....

Other than that, I feel rephreshed. Thanks for the phail!
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Postby concupiscentcrustacean » 09 Apr 2009, 05:21

man, when those piglets grow up, he's just going to be followed by a bunch of full grown pigs.

I guess they can be seen better in traffic?
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Postby Lyinginbedmon » 09 Apr 2009, 05:31

The Aegis was the name of Zeus' shield, often seen in the possession of Athena, which was emblazoned with the image of a gorgon, so anyone that looked at it turned to stone.
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Postby Isiah_Jenner » 09 Apr 2009, 05:32

Phun Phact: the form of group mourning known as a Wake developed from older traditions of attempting to "wake up" the individual, in case they are not in fact dead. One may think this foolish, but on occasion the individual believed to be dead has actually woken up, having only been unconscious. as seen in the film "The Shipping News". so in hindsight, grahams initial turn of phrase is actually quite hilarious!

*rainbow forms above hands with words "the more you know!"*

And the never ending phail continues and on and on and on and on and on and on and on
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Postby goat » 09 Apr 2009, 05:43

I maintain that Graham's "the Downs" idea would be hi-larious (though obviously not possible). I'd also really like to see "the Hills (have eyes)" where the entire cast is just chased about suburbia and brutally murdered.

...but maybe that's just me.

In place of an epitaph, I'd like a glass box with a shotgun inside that reads "break glass in case of zombification".

Legitimately, Texans are generally regarded slightly higher than Arkansas-ians(?). Not much, but slightly. There are at least more recognizable cities in Texas.

Cpt. Danny Jackson and Col. Styles are both fucking AWESOME names.

Finally, +1 for more sunglasses. Good night, and good phail.
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Postby King Kool » 09 Apr 2009, 05:59

Great phail as always.

As far as putting it on some other hosting site (presumably Youtube), I don't think that'd work as well as putting the sketches on Youtube. Part of the appeal of the Phailhaus is the fact that we already know who you guys are. If it was on Youtube, people might be like, "who are you and why do we care?" It could look like just anyone else's video bloggings.

Then again, the Whatever Things are all on Youtube... ah, what the hell do I know? I definitely prefer the sleeker, more professional look that Blip.tv brings to the site, but if the hits are that much better, can't really argue with that.
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Postby Shandi » 09 Apr 2009, 06:09

Thank you! Lovely way to start my morning. All throughout this sleep deprived day of packing, I will giggle to myself at intervals.
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