Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet. Funday links will open in a new window.
I didn’t have enough links to create a full Friday Funday, but I’ve been wanting to revisit some past Friday Fundays, so what better time? To help make it more worthwhile, here are 10 classic Friday Funday links.
Joel Veitch’s popular Flash videos, including those wacky rodents from the Quiznos spots. This link appeared in Friday Funday III, way back on the 17th of September in 2004. It’s hard to believe I’ve been doing Friday Fundays for over 4 years!
Windows “Really Good” Edition perfectly nails everything that was wrong with Windows 98. First appearing in Friday Funday XI, this link will have every geek you know rolling with laughter.
From Friday Funday XLIII: “With Candi and Missy! If you make it to level 5, you get a secret password (*cough* getumout *cough*) that allows you to play topless! Work safe (unless you play topless, obviously).”
Back in July of 2005, I posted this link — written by the hilarious Mil Millington — in Friday Funday XLVI.
I used to hate Triumph the Insult Dog, but this link, posted in Friday Funday LXVIII, changed my mind.
The top two videos (in my opinion) are Library Musical and Lecture Musical. Unfortunately, they haven’t done anything since I originally posted the link to Friday Funday XCII in 2006.
The more American history questions you answer correctly, the more clothing your “professor” removes. Don’t get too distracted, or the clothes go back on. Originally posted in Friday Funday CXII.
The description I originally wrote for Friday Funday CXXXIII said it best: You have a catapult. There’s a castle. Go to town.
This has been one of the most popular Friday Funday links ever! I posted it in March of 2007 in Friday Funday CXXXIX, and since then, no one who reads this blog has managed to beat my score of 7002 Monkey Meters.0 People like this. Be the first!