Tuesday, May 31, 2011

PRIEST!!!! "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" Turns 25

"Heavy Metal Parking Lot" is a 16-minute documentary featuring passionate heavy metal fans at a 1986 JUDAS PRIEST concert outside the Capital Centre in Landover, Maryland.
As the 25th anniversary of the classic heavy-metal documentary "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" is celebrated in tour buses, at record stores, not to mention parking lots, SnagFilms is prominently featuring the cult-classic produced by Jeff Krulik and John Heyn.

"We are excited by the opportunity to celebrate this milestone anniversary for 'Heavy Metal Parking Lot'," said producer John Heyn. "The film was such a big part of our lives 25 years ago, watching it now takes us back to that time. SnagFilms provides the perfect opportunity to showcase the film to today's youth and educate them about such a pivotal film classic."

"Heavy Metal Parking Lot" and the two follow-up "Heavy Metal" films are now available for free online viewing at Snagfilms.com.
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Friday, May 20, 2011

B'Jewel Your Tool

The folks that manufacture the vajazzler, which allows women to put jewels on their va-jay-jay, are now manufacturing the pejazzler which, predictably, allows guy to put jewels on their tool.

Fans of the product think it's no big deal.

Guys wear diamond watches and bling earrings, don't they? So, what's the big deal if a well-groomed man wants to put a bit of sparkle in his nether regions?

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They're Called "Pianists" After All

Have you ever wondered what it would look like for two men to play piano with their penises and, specifically, what that might sound like? Well this clip from one of those random foreign talent shows shows two men doing just that and, obviously, it’s beautiful music.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

RACKING Up Penalty Minutes

Normally when hockey players are bad on the ice they take a trip to the sin bin and feel shame for a couple minutes... I gotta' be honest if I played professionally I'd rack up some serious penalty minutes..emphasis on rack. See how Ben Eager of the San Jose Sharks was rewarded to a buxom Canucks fan pressing her pierced boobs against the glass last night.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011


One of the rarest rock t-shirts in the world has sold for $10,000 — the largest sum ever paid for a vintage t-shirt. The record-setting sale of a 1979 LED ZEPPELIN t-shirt on eBay has sent ripples through the competitive vintage clothing community. The item was sold by Kyle Ermatinger of Stormcrow Vintage, one of the top online destinations for sought-after authentic vintage tees. The recent completion of the transaction places the purchase as the world's rarest and most expensive vintage t-shirt.

"When I got the sale notification, my jaw hit the floor," Ermatinger said. "Given this shirt may be one of the only ones in existence, the price tag is completely justifiable. It's a rock relic, beyond rare. Admittedly, I still frequently pinch myself."

As the most scarce LED ZEPPELIN t-shirt ever produced, the article was printed in limited quantity as a unique way to replace conventional backstage passes for one of the band's historic 1979 Knebworth House concerts. Ermatinger acquired the item for $123 from the family who ran the shop that screen-printed the original shirts. "At the time, I thought I may have overpaid, until I got back home, looked it up online and noticed it was ranked #1 as the rarest ZEPPELIN t-shirt."