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Puppets Explain Everything You Ever Needed To Know To Bang An English Major

By Joanna Robinson | Videos | June 28, 2013 | Comments ()


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Hey fellas. Ladies. Do you have your eye on a bookish type? At a loss for what to say to them? Well, fear not, I have just the thing. No, no. Don't worry, I'm not going to suggest you crack a book. But a sure-fire way to get any self-respecting English Major's attention is a super seductive, in-depth conversation about Joseph Campbell's Monomyth. Don't believe me? Watch these puppets explain it reaaaal slow-like and then go try it out on the nearest bespectacled cutie.

P.S. Also entertaining for those who actually read, watch movies, like puppets, hate Nazis and admire the earlier works of Adam Sandler. Enjoy!

(devastating Felicia Day header image via Bui Brothers)







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  • Patty O'Green

    The title lead me to anticipate a recording of Avenue Q dazzler "What Do you Do With a B.A. in English?"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

  • Ami

    I have spent way too much time today breaking the characters in my favorite books, movies, and tv shows by Monomyth roles.

  • annie

    It isn't that difficult to bang this English major. Step 1: Be Benedict Cumberbatch. Step 2: There is no Step 2.

  • That was about seventeen kinds of special. And I'm going to be asked to leave this coffee shop if I keep cackling loudly for no apparent reason.

  • Three_nineteen

    "Hey, Harry Potter, how you doin', I'm a talkin' picture like out of them Harry Potter stories. Listen, go to wizard school. They got a dinner buffet that you would not believe."

    Guys, um...I think I may be in love with a toad.

  • Joe Grunenwald

    I wish that girl would move so I can see the rest of the books on the shelves.

  • BWeaves

    In a related note, there are only 7 computer programs. After having written the same friggin program over and over again for 30 years, I just wrote skeleton programs and plugged in the variables as needed with a find and replace feature.

  • Pat Sponaugle

    Annnnnd shared to my unwashed and unenlightened minions. Soon, they will only be unwashed.

    Now, to engage my wife in a conversation of the Hero's Journey. I promise to use my new-found power for good.

  • Fabius_Maximus

    Devastating is the right word.

  • Ofir Fishkin

    i love glove and boots!

    my favorite story about the Monomyth is how neil gaiman never finished reading Joseph Campbellā€™s book because he didn't want to know why stories work.

  • NateMan

    Holy crap, I have something in common with Neil Gaiman (as a writer)! This makes me much happier than never being able to finish a book should make me.

  • NynjaSquirrel

    Well, I was really hoping for the header bespectacled cutie to make an appearance, but awesome nonetheless!

  • foolsage

    Felicia Day is available in a variety of prescription strengths for those seeking redheaded geeky cuteness. I suggest starting with feliciaday.com and moving from there in whichever direction suits your fancy. E.g. the Flog (Felicia's video blog) is entertaining, and is available at theflog.geekandsundry.com for the low low price of a little of your time.

  • "Felicia Day is available in a variety of prescription strengths"

    Bravo. Bravo.

  • SchmidtUltra

    Annnnnnnnnd bookmarked.

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