My Appearance on Funny Stuff and Cheese

And here’s today’s episode of “Funny Stuff and Cheese,” the daily 12-12:30 talk show that’s on YouTube and one of the fastest growing iTunes talk/comedy shows.

It’s hosted by “Mompreneur” Renae Christine and Tom Cote, who hosts my favorite Instragram channel featuring Buddy his pug with stuff balanced on his head. You should follow him before you forget.

Renae runs RichMomBusiness.com and is the author of the highly rated “Home Business Startup Bible.” Her message to moms is simple: stop being frugal and start making some dough because stay-at-home moms are made of “awesome sauce.” Her Instagram features pictures of her wee ones and food.

Beauty and the Bald. Here’s the show. We eat “Easy Cheese” and banter.

 

Hungry Dog Tease (voiceover comedy)

Here’s a hungry (and very viral) dog and his owner discussing items in the fridge. The dog, of course, is desperate for food. The owner teases him to the point of howls. The brilliance is the simplicity and dual voiceover, which has a timeless appeal… a bit Honeymooners even.

Found some Maple bacon… I know who’d like that. Me.

Then I saw some beef. Steak… juicy… ate that too.

But I went back… put together some chicken, cheese, cat treats… then I gave it to the cat.

Here’s a playlist of similar videos from Klaatu42, the creator whose name is Andrew from Nova Scotia, Canada.

We salute you, Andrew. Of course we believe Jack the Dog’s consumption of my book holds great promise for him too.

 

 

 

Dog Goes Viral… Eating My Book

This is the most amazing reaction I’ve had to “Beyond Viral” (a book I published via David M. Scott and Wiley last fall). Here’s Moomay’s dog Jack devouring the content.

Jack loved every delicious page of Beyond Viral, and I'm sending Moomay a free replacement because this is awesome.

Baby Monkey Song (Riding Backwards on Pig)

Here’s the “baby monkey” riding backwards on a pig song on YouTube… the one for which you’ve searched your whole life. You can buy “monkey on pig” song on iTunes too, and I did so just to support the singer (ParryGripp). Note that he’s not riding on a dog, which might have been your impression when you first saw it last fall. It’s clearly a pig, which brings it to a special level of humor. The retro 1970s Partridge Family and Brady Bunch-like arrangement also helps.

To see more of Parry Gripp’s classics, check NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM (the hamster/gerbil), or “Fuzzy, Fuzzy, Cute Cute,” and “Hamster Yawning in Your Face.”

This blog post requires you to sing along. And I can tell if you comply or not.

Battle of Viral Cuties: Guilty Denver vs Slow Loris With Umbrella

Who’s cuter? Denver the guilty yellow lab (after eating cat treats) or the slow lori with an umbrella?

They’re both “viral” sensations, as evidenced on Viral Video Chart. Three-four million views in just a few weeks, and we love ’em both (but Denver is our fav).

Japanese Dog Protects His Owner Post Tsunami

Here’s that YouTube video of a loyal dog who protected his injured owner after the tsunami. The Japanese newscaster was kind enough to subtitle the dog’s message, but it’s not in English. Don’t worry. I’ve translated it with some modest embellishments.

“I bite your fat ass if you touch my master-son. I is not pleased with tsunamis, I not trusting rescue workers since seeing Katrina coverage, and I especially having caution for muckraking people who call themself journalist. Go forward to gathering some medical supplies for us, and a bowl of fresh fish kibble. If you put this on the Yu Tubing site without my consent I giving you rabies and suing you like angry ice cream man.”

YouTube Allows Special Tubers To Post Past 15 Minutes

YouTube will now allow hand-picked compliant Tubers to post clips longer than 15 minutes.

“This is incredible news to me, and I plan to post more than 24 hours of footage a day,” said Charles Trippy in a quote I made up. “I’ll now be able to post footage from 5 different cameras and allow viewers to select what angle they view of my day.”

The vlogger, who has been posting every day for the past 4 years (estimate) will also take advantage of the increased free bandwidth by posting his entire library of outtakes.

“There were 72 minutes of mistakes from my celebrated “Puppy vs. Mirror” video that have not seen light of day,” continued Trippy in my fake interview. “I’m thrilled, and I know my sock accounts will rate my additional footage “thumbs up.”