Somebody Needs To Get This Guy in Politics
No, we're not talking about Kevin Federline, the soon to be ex-husband of Britney Spears, we're talking about the writer of the blog "What Would Tyler Durden Do?"
We linked to WWTDD awhile back and have since become hopelessly addicted to it, much like our Natalia Espadrilles and our Starbucks' Venti Blended Mocha Frappucinos (with the chocolate drizzle).
There's simply nothing funnier on available on the Internet these days, unless of course your name happens to be Kevin Federline and you're getting served left and right all the time, in which case it probably isn't all that funny.
Anyway, WWTDD demonstrated again the other day why nobody even comes close when it comes to making fun of famous people. Here they are describing the chart-bottoming performance of Federline's debut "rap" album, Playing With Fire:
"(Federline's album) is now number 5,345 on the Amazon sales chart, after opening this time last week at number 4,143. Which is even more amazing, because I don't think there even are 5000 albums. Like, total. I think there's only been like 4,000 albums since the beginning of time, and yet Kevin can't outsell any of them. Those god damn dogs who bark Christmas Carols were in the top 10 last year, and those aren't even real dogs. I think they're just on a computer. So Kevin made a record, and some pretend dogs made a record, and the pretend dogs whopped his ass. Way to go Kevin. You must be very proud."
Seriously, if you haven't checked out WWTDD yet, you're missing out. It's the funniest thing we've seen since Rick Quinn showed us Charlie Murphy doing the Star Trek Cribs (especially the Captain Kirk Non-Fat Latte) on YouTube.