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WOOF
Heh, that was pretty funny to watch.
Post edited May 03, 2010 by Laidbackgamer
Can I safely open the next three links at work? I don't want to bump into screeching furries singing in russian.
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El_Caz: Can I safely open the next three links at work? I don't want to bump into screeching furries singing in russian.

I can only vouch for the link I posted, it is perfectly work safe, though your co-workers might wonder what that odd sound coming from your desk is.
I saw your link already (even replied to it) but when I clicked on Weclocks I just saw a title like "teens in cat suits" and got creeped out and hit the back button before the thing started. Do these teens in cats do something funny and worthwhile or is it just to prove it's the same kids?
And "sick russian singing"... it just doesn't scream "click me while at work", you know?
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El_Caz: I saw your link already (even replied to it) but when I clicked on Weclocks I just saw a title like "teens in cat suits" and got creeped out and hit the back button before the thing started. Do these teens in cats do something funny and worthwhile or is it just to prove it's the same kids?
And "sick russian singing"... it just doesn't scream "click me while at work", you know?

The video about the two kids is apparently taken from the movie "L'or des Anges", a movie apparently about the tradition of boy's choirs. I could not find much info on that movie, but it appears to be divided in two parts, the first that follows a couple singers during their life with drama and all that (the scene is probably a metaphore of both the discovery of sexuality along with the discovery of homosexuality in an ambient that is extremely opposed to both (due to the religious background of these choirs)), while the second part should be a documentary on the history of the religious choir in Europe.
Basically one of those hard-to-watch artistic movies talking about something no-one else talks about.
So, the first link is perfectly safe and amusing to watch, the second is pretty creepy (it was probably the point of the scene) and the third is again perfectly safe to watch (just a video of Snoop Dogg's "Woof").
What do you mean with "sick russian singing"? Russian music is pretty awesome to listen to! :p
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Laidbackgamer: What do you mean with "sick russian singing"? Russian music is pretty awesome to listen to! :P

no no, i didn't mean sick in a negative way! i meant it in more of a... testicle-tremblingly-deep-bass way...
but seriously i like russian choir music, and that last video you linked, kalinka, was awesome!
especially the main singing dude
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Floydinizer: no no, i didn't mean sick in a negative way! i meant it in more of a... testicle-tremblingly-deep-bass way...
but seriously i like russian choir music, and that last video you linked, kalinka, was awesome!
especially the main singing dude

I kind of guessed you meant that, but it was too good an opportunity to link some awesome Red Army Choir music that I could not resist. :D
The Red Army Choir: their international performances of mostly classic russian folk songs is one of the very few good things the Soviet Union was responsible for. :)