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Discussion in 'Magic Forum' started by jok3r, Oct 22, 2009.
check it out
this was made at like 4 in the morning
I actually found this quite funny thanks for sharing. Proof sleep deprivation and too much suger leads to late nighters and snap changes.
Edit: My forth time to watch it and I'm still laughing. The butterfinger kills me along with the grape. Good stuff!
haha that was actually like the 7th take, we couldnt stop laughing
LOL. But in all seriousness, the snap change is one hell of a move.
lol. That was awesome. I like how you guys changed new ipod into old ipod..
THAT, my friends, is awesome hahaha... the grape
Funny stuff. Thanks for sharing.
We're glad you all are enjoying it, we had fun doing it and I hope it showed.
Just finished watching this at my desk....while I should be teaching about perpendicular and parallel lines...ha ha. Funny stuff guys. I liked it.
Epic is definitely the word. Awesomeness. Like the unison of "liscense"
we laughed so hard the first time he did that.
were glad everyone enjoyed it, we want to do another take once fezzik gets his camera for x mas.
The quality should be much better
Thanks Jon! we submitted it before but I guess it didnt get in, glad to see it up there
hahaha that is brilliant!!
Great video guys!
Did you exit the crest by way of Porcupine? That would make a fun ending to such an epic. Still havent worked up the desire to do the crest, but you make it sound mildly rewarding. Were there signifigant parts that the bike was a liability rather than an asset?
I'm sorry, I don't understand your comment. Do you mind clarifying?
You guys need sleep.
what the heck did you just say?
was that english?