Friday, March 09, 2007

Friday Afternoon Funnies: Little Donny Disease




Typically here at Totally Claimin, Friday Afternoon is reserved for "Friday Afternoon Funnies." Normally I would say something like "It's four thirty in the afternoon. You've done your week's work, and there's still an hour and a half to kill before you go home for the weekend. Throw on your headphones and kill some time with Totally Claimin's "Friday Afternoon Funnies!" The boss won't know. And you'll be thankful for it! Today's funny is an episode of..."

Well not this week. This week my claimers, I'd like you to take a moment to learn about Magnimus-Obliviophallocytis, otherwise known as Little Donny Disease. It is a hereditary disease, it's main symptom being enlarged genitalia that the sufferer is not aware of. This disease has no cure, but with your help, we can find one. There are many things you can do to help in the fight against Little Donny Disease. Sign the electronic petition that is being sent to the government and the press in order to raise awareness of the disease. Together we can find a cure. Till then, watch Little Donny's story above.

And Since I don't want your afternoon to be an entire downer, check out this funny sketch from "The Upright Citizens Brigade." The show, which originally aired on Comedy Central, was about "The Upright Citizens Brigade", an underground organization "with no government ties and unlimited resources" dedicated to creating and monitoring chaos from their secure underground base. It starred Matt Besser, Amy Poehler (who went on to SNL), Ian Roberts (the choreographer from "Bring It On"), and Matt Walsh (The Daily Show). Enjoy this sketch, then seriously, watch the Little Donny documentary and then perhaps do what you can to try to stop this epidemic. Thank you.





1 comment:

Matt said...

That list is like a huge joke. And they chose OKC and not Kid A--that's what got me about their Radiohead pick. They could have easily kicked off one of the numerous lame albums and had both of those on there. And There was def. some Metallica overload--normally I'd be happy to see one of their albums on a list, but after the fifth or so pick it gets old.