Monday, January 16, 2006

Let The Parodies Begin...

I knew it was only a matter of time before the parodies of Brokeback Mountain would start... and I assumed that Bareback would probably be in the title... but these guys did a great job.

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I love ifilm...



Miladysa said...

Oh Dear! At least she did not find the wellies and velcro gloves.

BTW, what about the Globes? Didn't they do well!

Chris said...

Brokeback did very well at the Golden Globes... I'm sorry Heath didn't win, but Phillip Seymour Hoffman* really deserved it for that performance. I think PSH will probably take the Oscar as well. He's due.

But Heath certainly was a cutie on the GG's. He looked so shy and insecure... I just wanted to go and comfort him.**

*did I spell any of his names right?

**much like Jack would have on Brokeback mountain.

Bhakti said...

Hi Chris! Here's a link to some photos of my X-rays that I posted on my blog in November. This pretty much details the work I had done on my neck.

Last week I had an epidural injection into my spine to help the nerve pain. I'm getting another one next week. Let's hope it works! I have so much funny stuff to write--especially on my other 'Marcy_Peanut' blog! :)

Link to see the titanium plate and screws in Bhakti's neck :P

PS Don't forget to put your fingers over your eyes before clicking on the link!!!!

Bhakti said...

PPS Thanks so much for visiting and leaving comments on my blogs. It's SO terrific and wonderful and great to see your lovely face (you NEVER seem to age!) and your comments always make me smile!


marcy_peanut said...

I've got a new post!!!! Yeah!

jacob henry said...

didn't find it funny: sure it's satire, but what's it SAYING to the audience about Brokeback Mountain? it walked a little too close to Santorum's infamous "man-on-dog" comment for me.

marcy_peanut said...

I just noticed on another one of your posts that you are going to be selling a bunch of CDs. I would HIGHLY recommend selling them to You'll get SO much more money from them than from any brick and mortar store. I sold them about 120 CDs a couple of years ago and averaged between 3 and 6 bucks for each one. That's almost unheard of!

Chris said...

Jacob_Henry: Um, it's called "a sense of humor." It's not saying anything... it's a joke.

The moment the guy was f*cking the horse I think brought home the fact that it was a joke.

You've got to learn to laugh at yourself--if you laugh first, they can't laugh at you.

Miladysa said...

I think you should send the CDs to me - mine keep 'disappearing' and everyone denies they had anything to do with it.

Same with my record collection, the Beatles have become popular with my older children since they discovered ebay!