If websites were people, what would they look like?

if-websites-were-peopleNote: Though the definitions are a bit racy at times, I find the descriptions amusing. My favorite is the Facebook personification. (but, oddly, the pics they supply don’t always match up with the descriptions.)

From reddit.com:

  • Facebook would be a middle-aged woman using company time to play text-based games and sending people invites to shitty applications.

  • Twitter would be a self-righteous douchebag with a speech impediment.

  • Myspace would be 13 year old brat, doing free advertising for porn stars and their friend’s shitty bands, be covered in stickers of "sparkly" cartoon bimbos (that resemble transvestites), butterflies or some shit. It sure as fuck wouldn’t be using headphones because it’s rare to see a myspace page where annoying music doesn’t turn you away.

  • Wikipedia would be getting molested by hundreds of thousands of random hands.

  • Deviant Art would actually be a 19 year old guy drawing generic anime characters, furries, and slutty pictures of their favorite cartoons.

  • Youtube would just be a picture of Dustin Hoffman from Rain Man. He has a special talent but everything that comes out of his mouth is just flat out retarded. But only if Rain Man was edited with Windows Movie Maker, and if Barry Levinson called himself "LevDog420 Studios"

  • Google would be a guy hard at work in a trendy lab eating a free lunch and using a pile of money for a chair. In beta.

Are you a singing Angel?? MistahQue wants to know!

The cabaret show God on Broadway, presented by MistahQue Artistry (MySpace page here), in conjunction with their cabaret’s encore performance August 21st – 24th at Theatre Building Chicago, is currently holding a contest for the best (and most angelic?) musical theatre performer in Chicago-land.  For information about the contest, read below, or simply watch the posted main YouTube video from MistahQue Artistry:

 
Instructions: Contestants should make a video of themselves singing a section of one of these three songs:  All Good Gifts (Godspell), I Don’t Know How To Love Him (Jesus Christ Superstar), or Miracle of Miracles (Fiddler On The Roof).

Please post your video on a video sharing website (youtube, etc.) and send the link to your video (url) to godonbroadway@gmail.com.  You will receive a confirmation email that your video submission has been made. All entries will be narrowed down to finalists by the producers and then voted on by the cast and crew of GOD ON BROADWAY.  A quarter of the vote will be based on the highest number of video views wherever your video is posted.

More info after the break.

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