Thursday, March 26, 2015

A River Meets His Sea to Are You Gonna Eat That 

Two rivers float off to meet their destiny 

One of waste and despair - The other full of ridiculous laughter 

A River Meets His Sea (Shakespearean sonnet) 

A river drifts into the endless sea
A lifeless soul no meaning after all
A bitter waist as sun begins to fall
So now with fear he meets his destiny
He spent his timeless spring in memories
Which soon gave way to seasons of the rain
And after that his life appeared so plain
Gray sands along his bank are all he sees
If I could do it all a second time
Where teardrops sharing heartbreak with his mind
So hard to face the fate which was resigned
The stairs to thing undone he now must climb
He closes eyes as ending this ensues
A field of flowers last thing that he views

Presented for your approval (please, leave a comment with your thoughts): Tron Syversen "Rivers" 

Then there's  

No one really knows when donuts were invented or who invented them. I don't think this completely useless fact will slow down these two. Have you ever met anyone with a strange obsession with food? Meet Rhett and Link (Rhett James McLaughlin and Charles Lincoln "Link" Neal III) from Buies Creek, North Carolina, Self-styled as "Internetainers" (a portmanteau of the words "Internet" and "entertainers"). These two have taken their food obsession to a whole new level in their new filling song, "Are You Gonna Eat That?". From eating off a stranger's plate to crashing a Mexican grocery store and far beyond rational thinking these two take the fulfillment of a tasteful tune to a whole new level of laughter. 
I suggest, though, you don't eat while watching this video. "Are You Gonna Eat That? (SONG)" 

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