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Mar 05 2012

I’m Elmo And I Know It

Something that recently had me LMFAO — at least, closer to actually laughing my ass off than the original.

Though Mr. Noodle is very slightly less awesome a cameo than Ron Jeremy, at least this video pulls it out at the very end with the Jamie Foxx weird-smile moment from Nutcracker Mash.

Wait. Wait. I just watched it again and realized it had a misplaced apostrophe in the captions! Gah! Arglebargle! This can’not STAND!!!!

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  1. 1
    Stephanie Zvan

    Do you know what it takes to leave me speechless?!?

  2. 2
    becca

    I call rule 34 on Mr. Noodle/Ron Jeremy!

  3. 3
    WilloNyx

    Yeah unless all those looks belong to a kid, lots or misplaced apostrophes. If they do then there are other problems with a lack of verbs.

    Either way far more humorous than I thought it would be.

  4. 4
    cristopherallen

    What’s that? Tickle-Me Elmo gets pwned by a cat!? Also too, the appostophe is an annoyance.

  5. 5
    Uncle Glenny

    <pedant>There are 2: “fur’s” in addition to “kid’s”.</pedant>

  6. 6
    F [is for failure to emerge]

    I liked the line about not wearing clothes immediately followed by a shot of a clothed Elmo. Also, the line about not seeing his feet was handily disproved as well.

    Overall, pretty nuts, but it could have used a little less “Kid’s look at these crayons”.

  7. 7
    Jason Thibeault

    It’s becca!!!~

    New rule: if you call rule 34, you must either produce an example of it, or produce an example of it.

  8. 8
    Troythulu

    Oh. My. Ceiling Cat. Teh rappin’ Elmo… Brings a grin to my tentacled eldritch maw. This is definitely worth a reblog.

    Oh, BTW, you’ve been tagged, Jason.

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