This video is almost not worth posting, since it’s just a completely normal guy singing a Carrie Underwood song really well as part of a local news contest.
You see what I mean? What’s even the point? (Via TheDailyWhat.)
1. That’s Dick Cheney’s half-brother
2. FTW, Epic, and Fail have quickly come some of my most hated words/phrases, but still trail well behind LOL
Didn’t we already talk about the T. Mills video?
What he lacks in technical proficiency (and possibly, sanity) he more than makes up for in passion.
I find it apropos that a Lifetime Channel ad played on the bottom of this video.
First Cathy, then this guy. I’d say its a banner videogum day for lonely middle aged people everywhere.
This is really just a cultural thing. Infidelity never happens in Japan, so his response is completely normal.
I somehow, subtly get the feeling this song is so very personal for him in some way and wish and pray that our boyfriend finally works out his demons through the medium of local news talent contests.
Maybe we are the weird ones and this is how Karaoke is supposed to be done. The Japanese still have so much to teach us.
Hell hath no fury like that normal man scorned.
It’s only a matter of time before we’re commenting on this guy’s political campaign videos.
This is beautiful.
I am genuinely envious of the grit in his voice.
Gabe’s son sure is good at karaoke.
I have two theories.
1. This man is still impressively drunk from the night before at the karaoke bar, where he was a huge hit late in the night, and on his stagger home in the morning he passed this audition and couldn’t pass up the chance.
2. His friends said something along the lines of, “Dude, I bet you won’t get up there and do that impression you do of a horribly stereotypical Japanese business man absolutely trashed being a star at karaoke.”
What is the culmination of yelling that?
Edgy! Someone please stop him “Before He Butchers Another Song.”
and i thought william hung couldn’t go any lower.
Wavves just can’t catch a break.
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