Wednesday, February 27, 2008

A Couple Of Videos

One funny, and one quite pointless.

It's tough to gather up the courage to propose to the woman you love. It's really, really tough to have to deal with her saying no. But man, it's a real kick in the balls when you have to deal with her saying no in front of 20,000 people, be consoled by a mascot that looks like a cross between a mouse and a bear, and have Tracy McGrady laugh at your misfortune.

If you're anything like me, you often sit at your window, gaze at the stars, reflect on your life and priorities, and you ask yourself that deep, meaningful question, the one that has confounded philosophers for centuries, and holds the key to unlocking the mysteries of our existence:
How would I get a cow on to a Suzuki?


naqiya said...

haha! i love the walls icecream truck song in the background...

NB said...

The guy head was about to dissapear up the cow.

I also like when he starts to spank it with the bamboo rod.

Ahsan said...

forget the stupid cow...don't you guys feel bad for the dude who got rejected by that woman? i love how the commentator was saying jokingly that it would great for once to see a woman say no...and then it happened.

by the way, exactly what type of woman would say yes to a man proposing at an NBA game? i mean you really want to share the rest of your life with someone who thinks the Toyota Center in the middle of houston is an intimate location at which to share a tender moment?

shariq said...

hmmm, i believe the dude getting rejected by the girl was a hoax.

ali said...

the proposal clip did not look convincing. how did the guy manage to get the girl to agree to come to mid-court at halftime coincidentally around valentine's day with her knowing that she ain't gonna say yes to any marriage proposal. "gee, i wonder what my 3-yr boyfriend is gonna ask/do at halftime at an NBA game - NBA games are sorta like a big deal right? i don't know, my bf thinks it's important or something?"
and well, even if it was, mid-court at the toyota center at halftime sounds very plausible an american dream for your smalltown,usa-paris hilton-idolising-superficial-shallow girl and guy. maybe not for rich privileged kids from karachi/lahore/isb/ny/l.a./other cosmopolitan upper-class backgrounds.

i apologise in advance, i don't mean offense by my sarcasm, but i wanted to express myself.