Thursday, March 25, 2010

Blast from the 90s Past

Hello There My Little Buttheads,

So......... remember the early 1990s when Kurt Cobain was still alive and Beavis and Butthead were the shit ?

I have a lot of Nirvana on my iPod. I remember when I was listening to the song "rape me" in traffic. My window was down and I was moving my head back and forth to the music. The guy in the car next to me looked at me and smiled. I think I rolled the windows up immediately, or the light turned green and I could move away from his pervy ass. Talk about awkward.

Anyway, I wasn't allowed to watch Beavis and Butthead as a teenager. I was told it was from Satan himself. Literally. I was lectured for hours on how evil they were and how the Devil was using Beavis and Butthead to reach teenagers. I used to be told over and over that teens were the prime candidates for Satan's work. No wonder I was raised in a very conservative environment and I was definitely under watch as a teen. You should have been there for the "birds and the bees talk." OMG...... AaaaaWKward !

So no, I didn't really get a chance to see Beavis and Butthead in action. Especially since I didn't have friends in middle school, so I couldn't sneak over to their houses to get in on the fun.

So it wasn't in college until I watched a few episodes and thought it was freaking hilarious.

Below is my favorite episode. I forgive you if you can't stand them, or if you are too lazy to watch. But for those of you who are curious, have a little clicky and enjoy !


16 comments:

Jimmy's Journal said...

I like them. They remind me of my brother and I when we were kids.

Jimmy

Christine Macdonald said...

Memmmmmmmmories!

Love it.

Just telling it like it is said...

Ohh the memories...that Courtney turned out kinda bad hu?

mac said...

So you're a hottie in a car singing "Rape Me", and some poor shlub who was driving next to you was the perv?

I really dig on Beavis and Butthead! I was a big fan of their video commentary, too. I got a kick out of the vid. The old guy, Tom, is the voice of Hank Hill, another hilarious creation of Mike Judge.


You said shit... heh, heh, hehehe, heh-heh.

This blog kicks ass!

* Ashleigh * said...

Oh memories of the 6th and 7th grade! My favorite episode was "Washing The Dog"....so great!

dadshouse said...

Thanks Beavis! Nirvana rocks.

Secretia said...

It was just about the funniest, and at the same time, most annoying thing on tv.

Big Mark 243 said...

... I still listen to Nirvana!

I loved the 'Corn-holio' episode, but this was funny too!

BamaTrav said...

Yes, I like them too but then my true heros showed up, Jay and Silent Bob. :)

Red Shoes said...

Yeah... I remember 'Beavis and Butthead'... I also liked 'Ren and Stimpy'... my favorites today are 'South Park' and 'Family Guy'...

They each really push the boundaries of many people's comfort zones, I would think...

~shoes~

Kerrie said...

I love the image of you in the car.
I don't know much about Beavis and Butt head but I will try anyhting once. As for the birds and bees talk, at least you got one.

KrippledWarrior said...

Beavis & Butthead are truly funny. Have you seen their full length movie, "BEAVIS & BUTTHEAD DO AMERICA"?
I miss Mr Cobain. very much...

jessica o said...

Cornholio!!!! Happiness is finding a new blog you love. I'll be back! :)

Ily said...

I knew guys like that in high school. They were stones out of their minds all the time and they were hilarious!

By the way, my family thinks everything silly and funny and ridiculous is SATAN'S doing. Maybe that's why I understand you so well...somos de la misma familia, chica! :)

Ily said...

PS - I meant "stoned" out of there minds. (Thinking of 'ol Mick Jagger again!) ;)

jessica o said...

Because you made my crappy day happy with Beavis, I have left an award for you on my lil' old blog.