That Day YouTube Gave Us Egorections

Sean puts on his best Hitchcock at the Oates mini-screening

Sean and I got egorections the other day during post work on The Oatmeal Man titillation scene. On a break, we searched for something like “really cheesy horror” on YouTube—and that’s exactly what we found: killer dinosaurs dismembering bad actors, severed heads gnawing at exposed necks, zombie-ass-kicking priests, and bespectacled nerds foreshadowing about trolls.

While we were waiting for video clip #5 to load, Sean turned to me and said, “Dude.”

“Huh?” I asked.

“Our movie is at least as good as these.”

Huh.”

YouTube, I love you. 😉

(BTW: Sexy new Oates wallpaper posted at The Oatmeal Man Twitpic page: http://twitpic.com/2hognx.)

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About jesse

Book designer and formatter based in southern California. Supreme overlord of the SuperMegaNet pseudoverse.
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3 Responses to That Day YouTube Gave Us Egorections

  1. Sean says:

    my usual face

  2. jesse says:

    If I’m not mistaken, that’s the face that got an entire cast and crew psyched over doing a movie about oatmeal. Win. 😉

  3. shawna says:

    now, you’re being humble! hahahaha

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