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This is a clip from a 2001 episode of "The Sopranos" featuring none other than our Lady of Gaga.
"Wow!" you say, "So she can act too?"
Well, not "act" as much as "get two to three seconds of screen time."
But it wasn't her first go-round trying to get famous without the use of hideous costuming, oh no. She was on MTV's "Boiling Points" back in the day looking like the normal, all-American girl she tries so hard not to be.
Apparently, when you don't wear cold cuts splayed across your chest you don't get that much attention.
At least she's learned from it.
At that price, you almost have no choice but to get your family into adult videos!
[via The Daily What]
0 Views is a single-serving site that does exactly what it promises: It culls videos that don't have any views.
Problem though: Once you post the videos on a blog called "0 views," people will go and watch the videos, and then they'll get views, at which point, theoretically, they shouldn't be on the site anymore.
The whole system is flawed!
That's why I've created my own blog called "Real 0 Views," except that's not what it's called because I don't want you Googling it and finding it and watching the videos and giving them views. So I'm not going to tell you the web address and I'm not going to tell you what the blog is called and you're never going to find it and you're never going to see the videos!
…and THAT is a REAL "zero views!"
Not quite sure how the advertising is going to work though…
Longtime Tosh.0 fans remember Joselyn as one of our original bloggers, but apparently Joselyn's too busy tweeting to actually blog anymore.
So since I am almost as lazy as she is, sometimes I go digging through her archives to find things I bet she wishes she could blog about.
I think this one speaks for itself.
These ad execs had to have known what they were doing. I mean, it's not like sexual innuendo was invented sometime after the 1980s. In fact, wasn't that when those terrible Big Johnson T-shirts were invented?