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Tuesday, 25th March 2008

Pat Boone's Woodland Survival

Video created by: We Are Ace

We Are Ace don't just make funny videos. They obviously also know someone with mad wild After Effects skillz too, inserting very slickly produced animations and visual effects all over the place. In this spoof, a close relative of Ted Maul shows us how to live off the land and provides crucial survival advice. Remember: "the human body can survive up to three weeks without food, but only three minutes without water".

Filed by: david under: advice, myspace, spoof, submission, survival

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Monday, 26th November 2007

London's New Craze - Chair Walking

Video created by: Albion Gray

Jonathan Short (Albion Gray) introduces us to the art of promenade de chaise, or 'chair walking', in this spoof news piece: "Look at all the crazes over the years - rollerblading, skateboarding - it's like that, but without wheels".

All stunts were performed by professionals. Don't try this at home.

Filed by: david under: myspace, news, spoof, spotted

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Friday, 2nd November 2007

The Lute and Fury

Video created by: Pete Gold, Andrew McCaldon and Nick Swift

A glimpse into the lives of three modern minstrels (contains some strong language): "mead abuse, codpiece fungus, and folk music are the hard realities of Minstrelism amongst Britain's youth". It's a problem we never even knew existed...

Read the full credits for the film over on their website.

Filed by: david under: Fit To Burst, documentary, minstrels, myspace, short film, spoof, spotted

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