Random Thursday: twerking stormtroopers, Fowl Language, and 1:42 minutes of inexplicable

Random Thursday (ˈrandəm ˈTHərzdā): the day on which Sarah plunks down all the odd bits and pieces she’s been sent by friends or has otherwise stumbled upon this week in an effort to avoid writing a real post, the assembly of which usually ends up taking twice as much time as sitting down and creating actual content.

Watson sent me the first one, Kev sent me the Stormtroopers.  

I’ve no idea where the last one came from . . . afraid to ask, really.

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Two Stages of Winter

Brian Gordon, creator of the Fowl Language webcomic, is brilliant.

His Archives are a Time Suck of Pure Win.

Go Read them.

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Just Go With It

And then listen again with your eyes closed, ’cause the music is that good.

Both song and video are from the brain of the insanely talented ScottDW and many of his equally insane friends.

The behind the scenes video is excellent.

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“Want to see some more?”

Oh, God, yes.

Sherlock Yum

The boys have finally reached the U.S. and I’m very, very happy about it.

Love the cameos, love the characterizations, love the nods to fanfic, love the headbutt, love the goldfish jab.

Hate Molly’s new boyfriend, but that’s just a Lestrade-admiration byproduct.

Love, love, love.

You?

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Whose Who’s Whos’ Catchphrases?

Is there a wibbly, wobbly, timey, wimey grammarian in the blogosphere?

Who's Catchphrases

(Hey, Lyra—this one’s for you)

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This . . . It’s . . . I Can’t Even . . . Um

Help?

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13 thoughts on “Random Thursday: twerking stormtroopers, Fowl Language, and 1:42 minutes of inexplicable

  1. I can’t stop watching the Storm Trooper video. I’m alternating between the finished product and the behind the scenes montage. Amazing. I want to be on that set with my own camera! It’s kismet, Sarah. Today is my birthday and my son’s birthday. He has been all about Star Wars since we finally let him watch the first episode. His party included 8 boys whacking the hell out of each other with inflatable pink light sabers. This is the video I plan on showing him when he gets home. Thank you. Today is starting out brilliantly. xoxo

      • AMAZING. I can’t wait to show my oldest daughter this one. Maybe it’ll inspire her to practice her cello more often (or maybe it’ll inspire her to finally tell her mother she hates the cello and that she has wanted to quit from the moment she started.) I particularly like the hypnotism at the end. I think I’ll show her that part first.

  2. I’d seen the stormtrooper video, but not the behind the scenes.

    That last one, though… I’m with you–I don’t know what I just watched, other than it has bad horror movie overtones. Anything that bends like that wants either your soul or your blood.

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