Somehow Oddly Appropriate For a Friday Night

Just watch:

And yes, when I was a college student, I remember being bored enough to do something like this.

Hat tip.

11 Comments on “Somehow Oddly Appropriate For a Friday Night”

  1. That was great! Jeez, all we did on slow nights in college was look words up and challenge others to use them in a sentence without disclosing the definition. There was alcohol involved.

  2. Of course there was alcohol involved. You were in college.

    We never came up with anything like that, as January nights in the snow belt of Central NY tended to take a very Scandinavian/Russian tack.

  3. “We never came up with anything like that, as January nights…tended to take a very Scandinavian/Russian tack.”

    “Flight of the Bumblebee” was written by Rimsky-Korsakov, was it not?


  4. Went to a tech college. We preferred explosives and horticulture…

    Still, a fine effort from the Liberal Arts gang ;-)

  5. There are times when we might have been bored enough, but after having drank that much, we’d have never been SOBER enough…

  6. bfilmfan – Clearwater, Florida – Windows Infrastructure Architect consulting with Fortune 100 firms for over 20 years. Interested in low budget cinema, landscape photography and Fortean topics.
    Jerry A Taylor

    Yes it was Jennifer. It is an orchestral interlude in the opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan.

    Mix it with a theremin, also invented by a Russian, and you get the lovely Green Hornet theme – Kato sold separately.

  7. At Smith, we used to play D&D, often with pizza and ginger beer. We also massacred marshmallow peeps.

    Ah, those halcyon days –

  8. That reminds me of the time me, my brother, and one friend. almost got kicked out of Dennys for playing saber dance on water glasses.

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