The infamous “Harlem Shake” story was first posted by GueveraGhost back around 2005. It was followed by at least 20 pages of hilarious laughing emoticons, and will be remembered as one of the funniest things ever posted.
Here is the original story in its entirety (props to Liquid Sword Chamber):
When Windows error messages pop up and I see the only option is “OK” I get pissed that my free will has been denied me and refuse to read the message.
Since I got addicted to coffee tea tastes like hot dishwater ass and then I kick the mug and it shatters on the wall and I roll up in a ball in the corner rocking back and forth whispering “java, java, java…” and my boss whisks by and tosses a pile of papers at me and as they rain down on my fetal positioned body all I hear is the wafting of pages and “I’m gonna need 40 copies of that.”
That little “Everybody Haaa-aaates Chriiiiis” bit from that Chris Rock show should play every time Chris Brown enters a room. (I said this already on that micro-blogging site we’re all on, but I had this addendum:) Like that chord that always played when the neighbor came up the ladder on Clarissa Explains It All. Was he a pothead? Also, DID Clarissa ever explain it all? I still don’t understand matrices.
My Operations Manager says each sheet of paper we print in color costs us 7 cents. Apparently ink is now worth it’s weight in gold. It’s only a matter of time before we’re fighting wars for it. Oil is known as black gold. But this stuff… this stuff can be any color it wants to be. We don’t have the technology to combat that. And now I forget whether we’re fighting each other for ink or we’re fighting the ink itself in a dystopian world where ink cartridges have taken over and the sky is always gray.
1) The host doubles as a writer on each of these shows but we did not include them in the counts. 2) Although Jimmy Kimmel only has one female writer, she is a co-head writer. None of the other shows hosted by men have female head writers. 3) Craig Ferguson’s only female writer is his sister.
My input is this: Someone get me a job at one of these shows. I have no problem being an “affirmative action hire”. Just like Dave Chappelle says: “Being an ‘affirmative action hire’ is a hell of a lot better than being ‘unemployed’.”
PLUS, I’m a woman, I’m black, AND I’m gay. AND I know sign language. AAAAND I CAN JUGGLE which is useful in any business field when you really think about it.