Day: August 16, 2012

Think twice before shop lifting

This is just too funny! The next time you think about slipping whatever it is that you can or cannot afford into your pocket and leaving the store before stopping by the register, keep this in mind.

Think of the kittens!


and just in case you don’t know what commercial it is, because you were probably living under a rock or something…



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Earworm: “By My Side” by David Choi

Ah, my first Earworm post (I was aiming to beat The Big Cheese to getting the absolute first Earworm post, but meh, this shall suffice). Feels good, I’d say. It’s good to let these things off our chest.

(For a more detailed explanation of what this whole Earworm series is to be, click here: )

Well, the song stuck in my head today, (and quite frankly, for the last few days) is By My Side by David Choi. I do plan on singing this, when the time comes, at my wedding. Too early to be deciding who that special woman is, but seriously, this is to be at my wedding.

Choi is a really talented Asian-American artist who has found his fame on YouTube. He generally composes ballads, and oh are they ever so sweet. By My Side, however, just takes the cake.

*And if you enjoyed the music video, check out the behind the scenes!

*The music video was produced by the wonderful Asian-American production company, Wong Fu Productions (Philip Wang, Ted Fu, and Wesley Chan). Check out their videos and have a good laugh!

Alex Clare – Too Close (Earworm)

As i’m sitting there, piping up some sink or something at work, and sort of not paying attention to whatever was playing on SiriusXM, my co-worker suddenly says; ” Oh, I like that song, turn it up!”

I look over, and for the 3rd time that day (the 14th of Aug.), this ‘Too Close’ by a one Alex Clare was playing.  I didn’t really pay attention to the first 2 times they played it, but now since my co-worker likes this song, I was more than inclined to pay attention to it a bit.  I have to say, not quite what I normally listen to, but it was pretty good.  Bit of a dub-step going on in there also.  He (my co-worker, which we shall call Marky-Mark) mentions that he first heard this from a commercial, of which he could not remember.  A quick google and voila, it was used in Microsofts IE spot.

In any case, I present to you our first earworm entry, Alex Clare – Too Close

and the commercial.

Suffice to say, it’s been stuck in my head since yesterday, and now I am interested in hearing more of what he’s got.