Friday Funday L

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Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet during the previous week.

It’s been a busy week at work, so I haven’t been surfing the web a whole lot (I do have a few good links, but they’ll just have to wait until next week). So I decided to take the easy way out and revisit some links from previous Friday Fundays. It’s not a total cop-out, however, as these are sites that have been updated since I first linked to them.

Timothy McSweeney’s [del.icio.us]

All the way from Friday Funday I, here’s a link to more of the McSweeny’s lists that had me rolling on the floor, laughing my off (yes, that was a longhand version of roflmao).

The 30-Second Bunnies Theatre Library [del.icio.us]

From Christmas-themed Friday Funday XVII comes Angry Alien’s 30-Second Bunnies Theatre Library: the plots of famous films told in 30 seconds, and re-enacted by bunnies.

Jesus of the Week [del.icio.us]

Friday Funday XXI brought you Jesus of the Week for the first time. While on the page, be sure to take a look at the Jesus of the moment; just reload to resurrect.

The Pepsi Holiday Spice Diet [del.icio.us]

November’s Friday Funday XII told you about one man’s quest to drink nothing but Pepsi Holiday Spice for 45 days. What ended up happening to him anyway? Well, it took a really weird turn…

Tumble Forms [del.icio.us]

Friday Funday VII featured At Home with the Munsters, which I knew wouldn’t be on the page anymore, since the page promised a new album every month. Sadly, Dana’s Downloadable Album of the Month is taking a break for the entire 2005 year. On the upswing, however, some links were provided and I managed to find this (very similar) site. So far, my favourite album is Plastic Zoo.

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