The fact that I’m legally an adult is hysterical
do you ever hear a guitar riff so great you wanna punch yourself
- Europeans: I drove forty minutes to the Netherlands for some groceries and then I popped into Germany to see some of my relatives before driving back home.
- Americans: I was in Florida, I drove for nine hours, now I'm still in Florida.
- #australians: i drove for nine hours #now i'm nine hours away from home #no one is here #the streets are empty #how did this happen #where has civilisation gone #i am alone in the universe #oh wait no there's an echidna it's okay
- Canadians: We left Toronto 2 days ago, We are still in Ontario, food is scarce. We are lost, soon we will have to eat each other to survive, oh wait there's a tims we're good.
- Russians: I was in Yakutia, I drove for twenty eight hours, now I'm still in Yakutia, I travelled by train for 6 days, I'm still in Russia. Don't even try to leave Russia. Don't forget: you're here forever. Accept it and suffer.
Okay, the best part about this is that when it comes to licensing out their songs, Led Zeppelin is super SUPER proprietary. You’ll probably have noticed that despite the fact that Dean is OBSESSED with Zeppelin, and that there are so many Zeppelin references in the show (there is even an episode named using the lyrics of this very song) they still have yet to use one of their songs on the show. Anyways, long story short, in order to have permission to use the Immigrant Song, Jack Black had to make a video which they sent to the band, in which he literally got on his knees while wearing the AC/DC school boy outfit he wears in the final scene of the movie, with a crowd of screaming people behind him, just begging them to be able to use the song.
And it worked.
I want to hear that story as a bedtime story every night.
How to know which boy you like:
1. Get very drunk
2. You will cry about the boy you like
The year is 2064. You’re in your car, the grandkids are sitting in the back and you turn on some Beatles music.
"Aww, Grandma, do we really have to listen to this?" they’ll say, "This song is a hundred years old!"
And the freaky thing is, they won’t be exaggerating.