E-mail comments/suggestions/funny stories to the7dayweekendguys@gmail.com

Friday, September 17, 2010

Infomercial Of The Week

I'm not entirely sure...but I think that this is real, aaand I'm not sure what to make of it. I mean, whatever gives you your jollies, really, right? Oh, and spend 60 bucks if you want, but I'm pretty sure an empty toilet paper roll will do the trick.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Birthday Shout-Out(s)

Awesome day for birthdays today. The Golden Bear, the lead guitarist from Aerosmith, the true single-season home run king, and the guy who directed 'The Goonies.' To these men and everyone else celebrating their birthday tonight, cheers.

Jordan Staal
Joey Votto
Jacob Young
Ben Wallace
Big Daddy Kane
Joe Nieuwendyk
Randy Johnson
Colin Firth
Chris Columbus
Joe Perry
Bill O'Reilly
Roger Maris
Arnold Palmer

Back To School

The Weekend has been busy the past week, moving back to school, starting classes, and doing a bunch of other stuff in our lives. But we haven't forgotten about anyone. We're going to come back just as strong, with no more dilly-dallying around. The Weekend is back, ladies and gents.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

What In Creation....

Thanks to Kayla for the video, I guess. Watched this show a few times as a kid, wasn't a fan. Had I known this segment was like a common occurrence...then I'd probably be locked up somewhere. This is another one of those videos that no matter what I say, it can't really get more ridiculous. Boom, enjoy.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Mr and Mrs Tumnus Have Lost Their Minds

YahooNews.com - HELENA, Mont. – Two young goats wandered onto the thin ledge of a railroad bridge and spent nearly two days high above the ground until rescuers in a towering cherry picker plucked them from their perch, hungry but safe.

The rescue occurred Wednesday 60 feet above a little-trafficked rural roadway in southern Montana between Billings and Roundup, after a caller told the Rimrock Humane Society the goats were stranded on the 6-inch ledge.

The young female animals weighing 25 and 35 pounds mostly stayed on the angled ledge, even though there was a wider surface area on a pillar just a few feet away.

"The whole time, we thought they were going to fall off," said Sandy Church, humane society president. "These guys are just babies."

Church said it wasn't clear how the nimble-footed animals got into the predicament, but she speculated they wandered onto the ledge at night then froze after the sun rose and they discovered where they were.

So many questions, so few answers. Like, are these those crazy goats that just go into shock when they get scared? What in the world would they want to go out on a cement ledge for? And last time I checked the sun doesn't pull a fast one on Earth when it starts rising, so how the goats weren't able to see that they were chillin' on a 6-inch ledge is beyond me.

I've never personally talked to a goat, so I don't know what a typical goat mentality is, but the Tumnus's seem to have just gone absolutely crazy. And, they were there for 2 days, so clearly it got dark another time after they were on there. Just another case of how people will do anything to get on TV. Get real, goats, I hope you enjoyed your 5 minutes of fame.

Valley Warrior's Movie Clip of the Week

Valley Warrior's long overdue movie clip of the week. Finally ascended the 90s with this one, hope it brings back some memories.



This pretty much sums up what's going on with my internet and blogging right now. Apparently IT help desk can't help and neither can Dell Support so my internet has been down for almost a week now. I want to put out a direct apology to Calvin a loyal weekend supporter for the lack of videos, I'm sorry bro once this is fixed its game over for the blogging world.

Back to the video though, this is everything you need for a viral video. Fat kid, check, van, check, epic fall, double check. The sound track is unbelievable and the fall even better. What happened he jumped straight up maybe he peed his pants a little before the jump creating a slippery surface.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Shagged By a Rare Parrot

If I had a nickle for every time I have been shagged by a rare parrot....How about this technique though mounts his mate and then dangity, dangity, dangity, repeated blows to the temple to set the mood. Gotta love how his buddy is just cracking jokes laughing his ass off for about 30 seconds then finally realizes oh your in pain I should help. Typical probably would have taken me at least a minute to stop this parrots mating ritual. After its all said and done the parrot comes in for a little snuggle with his significant other, just a class act right there folks.

This guy must never hear the end of this story, he could solve world hunger and still be known as the guy who got shagged by a parrot. Also if you get this parrot a pipe and some leather bound books homie would look right at home.