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Nick Offerman Reads Tweets from Young Female Celebrities: Puppy Cuddles Edition

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | May 10, 2013 | Comments ()


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When Offerman reads Tweets of young female celebrities, like Miley Cyrus or Carly Rae Jepsen, it's not only funny in its absurdity, it's a smart way to skewer the hollowness of Twitter culture. I always laugh, then I feel a little sick, then I laugh again, and then I forget about it because I'm a shallow man with a short attention span. Puppy cuddles!





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  • amanda

    Uh, I just got a lady boner for Ron Swanson and I feel sorta weird about it. But a beard! And arms! What?! I never knew.

  • alwaysanswerb

    [settles in, cracks knuckles, enters 'That Guy' mindset]

    First, I don't mean this to be a comment on Nick Offerman or Conan themselves. So, with that out of the way, I just want to submit that this is starting to squick me out. Yes, it's a"smart way to skewer the hollowness of Twitter culture," and it's funny, but it's also starting to feel like another excuse for everyone to sit around and make fun of young girls and women, as if they're the only demographic that has ever said anything vapid. I'm willing to let the 'kids these days' angle go, because yes, our youth apparently has yet to figure out that the dumb or dumb-adjacent things they say online are pretty well-preserved. But I'd love if we stopped defaulting to girls as the patron saints of stupid.

  • Michelle

    Agreed - I have the same mixed emotions. I think Offerman is a genuinely funny man, but it irks me that he's targeting these young women who have been essentially trained to be, and congratulated on, being insipid (or at least portraying themselves to be). To even further the point, in Nick Offerman's live act, he gives out life lessons and talks about how much he cherishes his wife, her womanhood, etc., which is exactly the message that SHOULD be out there. But then he does this, which seems at cross-purposes and honestly is targeting a demographic that needs encouragement and kindness more than anything else.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I would like to see bearded Swanson and bearded Tim Omundson (Lassiter from Psych) as....something something sexy bearded brothers something in a forest cabin with wood. I'm not sure about the details. I just know I want to see it.

  • John G.

    Well? Is there anything better than puppy cuddles?

  • Afferbeck

    "The uploader has not made this video available in your country.
    Sorry about that." There are few things I hate more than this. I do not understand the mind of someone who would deliberately prevent a worldwide audience from viewing their video, which was presumably uploaded for people to view.

  • kirbyjay

    Wow! Bearded Ron Swanson manipulating wood? I'm feeling anxious....

  • I'm pretty sure 'Twitter culture' is an oxymoron.

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