kevhines

kevhines:

toyns:

I was in class when this went online yesterday so I didn’t get to post it here. Part of a really fun video series with UCBComedy and Nerdist.com

Trevor Williams and I wrote it! Nate Russell directed it!

Trivia: Characters are named after the Hines family, my relatives and an old college joke.

Erik and Trevor must have written this just for me. I loved Dark Knight Rises, love Pardon The Interruption, and love characters named after my younger brother, my older brother’s middle name and my wife’s maiden name.

It’s funny too, but I feel that’s irrelevant.

I love this!

melindataub

melindataub:

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“The town of Inarajan, located on the southwest coast of Guam with a population of 3,052, flicked her long red hair out her eyes and sighed. People were always telling her she was beautiful, but she just didn’t see it. She examined herself in the mirror carefully. What was so beautiful about large violet eyes, long slender limbs, and the ruins of several colonial Spanish forts? Certainly she was nowhere near as lovely as her friends Tumon, a tourist hub featuring over 20 large hotels and a Duty Free Shoppers Galleria, or Andrea, who wore a C-cup. Inarajan’s mother entered, her mouth tightened with disapproval. Inarajan’s mother did not understand her. It was as though they were from two different worlds: Inarajan was just a small coastal village, and her mother was an invasive species of brown tree snake from the Phillippines. “It’s time,” said her mother. “Must I?” said Inarajan. “You must,” said her mother. She hesitated, and Inarajan thought she might say something to comfort her, but her mother merely shook her head and decimated Guam’s indigenous bird population.”

The Wikipedia Entry For Guam, Retold As A YA Novel

I wrote this! Please click through and read the whole thing.

So funny.

collegehumor

collegehumor:

Sock Or Hat Game Show (Featuring Kevin Hart)

Host Will Hines is back with the Internet’s most heart-pounding 3-second game show

Kevin Hart was super nice and funny. I had no time to explain to him what  I was going to do (we had 4 minutes with him), so I just sat down and looked at the camera and started introducing the game. He immediately became serious and played the whole thing straight. Then I asked “Could we do it again? I want to pretend like you came back  a second week?” And he said sure, and I put a tie on and we played the second round in which he deliberately took a long time to answer, and it was fun! He had been giving interviews for something like 7 hours and was still gracious about the whole deal.