Soccer Coach Going Super Saiyan

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Soccer Coach Going Super Saiyan

I don’t know why I find this so funny, but I could watch it for hours without blinking.

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Luke Interviews! Lilly Edition

Luke Interviews! Lilly Edition

 

I recently sat down with Lilly (www.lillynicole.com) and had a great interview! Feel free to watch, giggle, and share the love!!

Luke Interviews! is a mix between a talk show, improv show, and random good time on YouTube. Its not life changing, but I hope it can invoke some “funnness” in your day πŸ™‚

 

Dear Shay

Dear Mr. Shay,

My wife and I are moving away from sunny Southern California and moving back to Western Pennsylvania at the end of April.

We would love to go out to eat with you and the fam-bam (or just you and Colette) before we leave. I know you are busy filming with another tard on the way, but it would be an honor and a blast to partake in a meal with you πŸ™‚

Your terms, your schedule . . .just let us know πŸ™‚

Luke – @brainchunks

PS: You may never see this, but I wanted to say thank you for giving me (a large dude) a role model and someone to relate to when there aren’t many out there. You rock!

My First Experience With The Cool Ranch Dorito Locos Taco From Taco Bell

Thursday, March 7, 2013 . . . I embarked on a journey with my tastebuds that no tastebuds of mine have been on before . . . I ate the new Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Taco from Taco Bell.

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Before I tell you how it was, let me tell you about my excitement for this taco. I’ve had the Nacho Dorito Locos Taco many times and have loved each and every bite. With each bite I could taste the DoritoΒ  as well as the taco! Plus, you can lick your orange crummy fingers when you are done with the taco (the best way to end a Dorito experience).

Now, the Cool Ranch Dorito is my favorite Dorito. It is the Leonardo of the Ninja Turtles, the White Ranger of the Power Rangers, and the Zack Morris of Saved By The Bell.

The taco smells like a Cool Ranch taco and it looks like a Cool Ranch taco . . . but it doesn’t have enough flavor to equal or pass the taco taste. With each bite, I felt like I was eating a taco in a hard taco shell (without my tastebuds realizing there was anything different about this taco). . . until the last bite. The last bite had the perfect balance of Cool Ranch flavoring and taco. It was a good note to end on πŸ™‚

That being said, the Nacho Dorito Locos Taco is still better than the Cool Ranch Dorito Locos Taco, but I guess too much of a good thing could eventually be bad. Either way . . . I still ate 4 of them . . . well done Taco Bell . . . well done indeed!

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Embrace the Stupid

I was often picked on as a kid. If I wasn’t so fat, I probably would have been stuffed in lockers.

I learned quickly to embrace the worse case scenario and the idea of looking stupid in front of people. I not only expect to be perceived as stupid, but I embrace it. This doesn’t mean that I purposely act stupid (though sometimes I do), but I constantly use it to my advantage to have fun, to help people, and to never be embarrassed.

There’s just something freeing about legitimately not caring about what people think. Some people respect it, some think its fake, and others try to figure it out. I use to care what people thought about in school, and I was miserable. The second I stopped caring and stopped trying to care, people actually began to like me. Why?

Because I was just being me! Others didn’t like me, because honestly . . . I”m kind of annoying πŸ™‚

Anywho, long story short: If you expect to look stupid, than you’ll never be disappointed! This doesn’t mean to set your standards low, but to realize that even if you are the coolest person in the world, people can still look at you as stupid. So get over your appearance, embrace the stupid, and be all that you can be!

Is It Ok For Adults To Dream?

I remember when dreaming was encouraged and bragged about. Somewhere between being a teenager and adulthood, we were taught to stop dreaming because its foolish. For some reason we are told that dreaming is what we do to survive high school and college. Once we become adults, its almost a black and white “Did you accomplish your dream or didn’t you?”

What happened dreaming? Why do we stop? I guess, for the purpose of this post, we don’t really need the answer. What we need to do is start dreaming again. We literally still have a whole lifetime ahead of us!

My dream was to become an actor. I was going to win awards and make people laugh along the way. Then I graduated and moved to California. Here’s the twist: I didn’t audition for anything or even try to get into acting. Why? Because I realized that I wasn’t going to make it. I’m chubby and have a lazy eye. There can be good looking actors with lazy eyes and chubby actors who are funny, but there can’t be a chubby actor with a lazy eye who is really funny. This is what I’ve thought for the last 3 years! I convinced myself to try and make it on the YouTube platform, and I couldn’t even get “famous” on that . . . so here we are . . . . 3 years later and really nothing “successful” to show for myself. I’ve given up on my dream and not found a new one.

But wait . . . . I still have this dream! No matter how disappointed we become or discouraged we feel, a dream just doesn’t disappear. Our dreams can be hidden with veils of lies and confident talking, but deep down I long toΒ  win an award, make an acceptance speech, and make people laugh. The bigger dream though is to make peoples’ lives better! I can accept that I may never be a famous actor, but I can still dream it. I can definitely do my best to make peoples’ lives better.

So I guess this post is more for me . . . to say . . . I have a dream of being a famous actor like Jim Carey, Will Ferrell, or some other people that I can’t think of. I am saying my dream because for a while I didn’t want to say it because I might fail and then live with myself for never accomplishing my dream. I’d rather fail and say I want it then to deny my dream as well as fail.

Now I’m blabbering . . . long story short. Its ok to dream after turning 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 70. 80 and 90 are ok too πŸ™‚

Don’t let your fear let you convince yourself that you don’t want a dream. Note for me: Don’t let your laziness convince you that a dream isn’t worth it. Even if you don’t make it big on YouTube, at least you can reach one person to hopefully make their lives better.

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