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5% Discount on Legal Highs, Salvia Divinorum and Everything Else From The Coffeesh0p


By John Clarke

I’ve found the perfect episode of South Park, for the following tenuous reasons. Firstly, we’re all getting sick of hearing about this legal highs ban, secondly there’s currently a cat-related competition on the go (that reason will make sense if you actually watch the episode), and thirdly, we’ve just bought a new HDTV.

If you watched a few South Park episodes years ago, and thought it was a bit naff, I’d recommend giving it a go once more. When it first came out, it seemed that the only appeal was that there were kids swearing, but it’s since grown up a lot, while still being completely ridiculous. So, put the kettle on, roll yourself a gigantic herbal cigarillo and enjoy:

(As with most of the videos I post here, you’ll have to click the play button once, close any pop-ups and click play once more when the button turns green.)

If that’s not inspiration to take part in our current Competition, I don’t know what is.

Also, now we’ve got this TV, I need ideas about what to watch on it in high definition. On the short list so far is Planet Earth, Blue Planet, other excellent wildlife programs, and Band of Brothers. If you can think of anything slightly more unusual, leave a comment below..

3 Responses to Cheezing

  1. Dragon says:

    I am going to watch South Park again. I promised myself I wouldn’t, but i guess just one more time won’t hurt.

    You might want to check out Aliens VS Monsters cartoon movie coming out to enjoy on your new HDTV.

    Awesome. I will be cheezing after work tonight.


  2. Adrienne says:

    Hey John, just discovered your blog today and I’ve enjoyed the entries that I’ve read so far. Keep up the good work! I totally agree about South Park…it was pretty childish when it first surfaced, but I really feel like it has involved into surprisingly intelligent social commentary. As far as your question here is concerned, I have a few recommendations for your sweet new HD tv:

    I’m a big fan of Miyazaki animated films; my favorites are Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away. The attention to detail is amazing, especially on a big screen.

    If you liked Planet Earth, you may also enjoy Baraka, a beautifully shot, unconventional nature-ish film with no dialogue. If you are like that, also try Manufactured Landscapes.

    300, Sin City, Children of Men, and Pan’s Labyrinth are others that I have enjoyed in Blu-ray/HD format recently. Aaaand if you are feeling nostalgic, The Fifth Element is fun too.

    Looking forward to reading other entries! Peace.

  3. Potter says:

    Rome from HBO

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