November 23, 2014

Ten Funny Tweets Derek Re-Tweeted Last Week

Hey, kids! Guess what time it is!




No, not that, either.


You know what? Why don't I just tell you? Otherwise, we'll be here all week, and I've got stuff to do.

It's time for another thrilling episode of Using Stuff That Other People Wrote To Make It Look Like I Did Something! (editor's note: We have GOT to come up with a better title than that.)

I have combed the vast wasteland that is Twitter to bring you five -- maybe even TEN -- minutes' worth of laughs! I do this as a service to you, the reader, as well as the hilarious people I have come across in my daily search for a nice, short giggle. These people crack me up. If they crack you up, too, why not head over there and get a giggle or two?

Anyway, here's this week's list of funny retweets. Stick around after for a brief announcement about this week's Here Be Spoilers episode, as well as another fun video clip! But first, the tweets...In no particular order...

And there you have it!

And now, on to other stuff...

First off, thanks to all of you who have been so patient with us at Here Be Spoilers while we've dealt with computer problems, scheduling issues, rains of frogs (and some lovely sponge cake), and what may or may not have been the opening of the Seventh Seal. (Still checking on that last one.)

This next few weeks are going to be like that, too; Larry won't be able to make it for this week's show, and Jake will be going out of town for Thanksgiving, so he won't be here for the show after that.

But this time...this time...we have a plan.

This week, we'll be having our first-ever guest on the show! Her name is Jessica Kinney, and she is a mutual friend of  Jake and myself. On top of that, we'll be watching one of my own personal favorite movies of all time: Birdemic: Shock and Terror!


And as for the following week, to kick off our month-long Holiday Moviepalooza, we will be joined by my own personal girlfriend, Tonya Mehler. This seemed like a logical choice to me, because she was the guest on The Ugly Couchcast Christmas Eve Self-Pity Extravaganza last year. We're still plotting which movie we'll be watching for that show, so stay tuned!

And on that note, we move along to a nifty little video clip to help get your week started off with a laugh. It's Ali Spagnola again, being funny and awesome with her Hunger Games Franchise Folk Song!

Have a great week, everybody!

All the best,
Derek and Bosco