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Hot Item: Dan Aykroyd’s Crystal Head Vodka in Skull Shaped Bottle!

Yes, it Really Exists

By now everybody with an Internet connection has likely heard of Dan Aykroyd’s Crystal Head Vodka. Promoted by an ingenious viral video which many people mistook for some kind of a joke ad for Absolute Vodka, the product is actually real: its primary selling point being that it comes in a collectible clear glass, skull-shaped bottle designed by Bruni glass of Milano, Italy. And who wouldn’t like to make a bong out of that? The original run of the product quickly sold out, but can still find it for sale all over, including Here. View the very entertaining, original 8 minute video with Dan Aykroyd here on You Tube.

Top Ten Cheesey Ass Things About the New Indiana Jones Flick

Indie!

Indiana Jones Lego Set Not Included

Top Ten Cheesey Ass Things About Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull  

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!

  1. Wait, isn’t that…the Arc?
  2. “Boris, we must get moose and squirrel”- quality Russian accent sported by Cate Blanchett’s character.
  3. In the “Please make a decision and stick with it” Department, WTF was up with how they decided to portray the character Mac? He’s a good guy, he’s a bad guy, he’s a good guy, he’s a bad guy, he’s a good guy, he’s a bad guy…
  4. “Three times down”: seriously, that third trip over the waterfall would have killed anyone.
  5. World’s Most Obvious Plot Device: Hero Meets Grown Up Bastard Son He Never Knew Existed.
  6. Marian still loves Indie no matter how badly he repeatedly fucked her over.
  7. Vomit bags not distributed in theater for use upon reaction to the line, “They all had the same problem: they weren’t you.”
  8. I understand that Shia LaBeouf is a Teen Idol and all, but did Mutt have to whip out a comb and touch up his fucking hair every time they were about to die a horrible, violent death? Please, not even I’m that vain.
  9. Serious Under-Use of Hot Whip Action!
  10. “Their Treasure was Knowledge. Knowledge was their Treasure.” Continue reading