Ways to use a Vuvuzela

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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Slack Mesa » 26 Jul 2010, 16:56

In the "moose call" part, I half expected that someone wearing a moose costume (or at least some antlers) was about to run in from the side of the screen and tackle Tim.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Dr.Ninja » 26 Jul 2010, 17:04

I was surprised by the lack of an opening but I forgot about it when the jokes started. Poor Paul, he always has to die.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Chemistring » 26 Jul 2010, 17:24

Fun, and educational! I didn't know vuvuzelas collapsed like that, due to my lack of vuvzela exposure.

While the plastic horn looks like a pretty inefficient plunger replacement, I was totally expecting a repeat of the "Bubbles!" caption when Paul started blowing bubbles in the toilet.

...and that is a very strange sentence indeed. :shock:
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Cade Antilles » 26 Jul 2010, 18:18

I friggin' loved Kathleen's expression at the reveal of the "Dire Vuvuzela" monster. I would love to see a Ranger with favored enemy vuvuzela, or Vuvuzela-kin, or some such. In this particular case, as a dire creature, I suppose it would count as an Animal. Or maybe a construct. But, really, vuvuzelas should count as Aberrations.

EDIT: In fact, I loved it so much, I made an avatar of it.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby pokute » 27 Jul 2010, 01:08

goat wrote:You could have capitalized on the hype by doing it closer to the Cup.


If they really intended to capitalize on hype, they would've included using the vuvuzela as a totem (INCEPTION).
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Nevrmore » 27 Jul 2010, 01:38

Jesus Christos, there's been a lot of X ways to Y lately.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby aeric90 » 27 Jul 2010, 07:01

If they keep this up they will have to do an X2X2Y2!
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Emperor Gum » 27 Jul 2010, 07:05

aeric90 wrote:If they keep this up they will have to do an X2X2Y2!

SHAZZAM!.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby aeric90 » 27 Jul 2010, 07:20

Emperor Gum wrote:
aeric90 wrote:If they keep this up they will have to do an X2X2Y2!

SHAZZAM!.


That's X2X2Y. I'm talking about the sequel.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Chuckles » 27 Jul 2010, 09:21

Æric, You mean Ways to X2X2Y?

Don't get me wrong, I think LRR could make anything hilarious. I just don't want to watch Ways to X2X2X2X2X2X2X2X2Y.

Beyond that, since X2X2Y is a X2Y video, they'd have to create a new scene for all of those clips (which were parts of old X2Y videos, anyway). Yay for tediousness!

It would also be, perhaps, the longest LRR video. Excepting, of course, cHustle.

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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby King Kool » 27 Jul 2010, 10:34

I had a contribution for More X to Y, but it fell through the cracks.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby ZehGeek » 28 Jul 2010, 19:49

Kathleen wrote:
Vigafre wrote:
Ottoman wrote:EDIT: And why was Kathleen giving Tim driving lessons? Shouldn't that have been Graham?

As true as that might be, if you're recording a video, you'd want your poor driving to be as precise as possible.


Yes, for truth. When you need to be able to start and stop quickly and not run over the person holding the camera, someone with their licence is best. :D

That would suck and you'd might have to refer to a previous X ways to Y to hide any casualties. ._.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Jon Lock » 29 Jul 2010, 00:11

Our Vuvuzela may have had an... "accident" prior to the conclusion of the World Cup. Funny how a plastic horn can twist itself into a knot all of its own accord, thus rendering itself an utterly inert -- and ultimately unplayable -- pretzel of snarled plastic.

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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Danzama » 29 Jul 2010, 06:11

Paul makes a better cop than James, in my oppinion
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby wartjr2373 » 29 Jul 2010, 17:55

I am a proud owner of zero vuvuzelas. I did not buy into that nonsense.

Entertaining video. Had some funny ideas, and some not so funny ones. Typical of X2Y, really, so I have no complaints.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby iamafish » 30 Jul 2010, 01:01

Ottoman wrote:EDIT: And why was Kathleen giving Tim driving lessons? Shouldn't that have been Graham?


same reason why Paul was teaching Matt how to drive in 'Just Drive' you're gonna want someone who can actually drive to fuck up driving, so that they fuck up in a safe and secure way without killing anyone.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Ottoman » 30 Jul 2010, 06:58

Dude. . .

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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Graham » 30 Jul 2010, 07:17

Did you JUST discover that meme, Ottoman?
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Ottoman » 30 Jul 2010, 09:56

*sigh*

Did you miss the other threads where I complaining that people were posting things were older than the internet?

It's not my fault good ol' Slowpoke is so appropriate, so often.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Graham » 30 Jul 2010, 11:41

So, posting a super old meme somehow makes it better? Or are you being ironic?

And yeah, my quip really warranted a *sigh*. Cause I read every thread.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Ottoman » 30 Jul 2010, 13:29

I would say 'why so serious', but. . .

What I meant was that it bugs me when people post something old, and act like they discovered it. But everyone knows Slowpoke, and he's just so handy for situations like this :mrgreen:

I do try not to seriously be dick.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Arius » 30 Jul 2010, 13:49

Ottoman wrote:What I meant was that it bugs me when people post something old, and act like they discovered it. But everyone knows Slowpoke, and he's just so handy for situations like this :mrgreen:

At least use this one so it looks alright:

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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Vigafre » 30 Jul 2010, 14:32

Or this one for emphasis.

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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Ottoman » 30 Jul 2010, 14:53

I don't want to start an argument about the superiority of Generation I in a video discussion thread, so I'll say only 'pleh'.
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Re: Ways to use a Vuvuzela

Postby Graham » 30 Jul 2010, 16:39

I wasn't being that thhhuper thhherious, I just thought it was an odd choice.

I've never been too bothered by people bringing up "old news", as long as their not all "HOLY CRAAAAAP!!!!" about it.

Carry on about your pokingmans.

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