Posts tagged popculturalcharts

The Fantasy World Map#12 In A Series of Pop-Cultural Charts Finally! I’ve charted the very first accurate map of the entire fantasy world. Nerds will rejoice! …Or become enraged!

The Fantasy World Map
#12 In A Series of Pop-Cultural Charts 

Finally! I’ve charted the very first accurate map of the entire fantasy world.
Nerds will rejoice! …Or become enraged!

Methisms: SMELDINGAn eternal cycle by which dwindled soap bars are continually mushed onto new soap bars.

Methisms: SMELDING
An eternal cycle by which dwindled soap bars are continually mushed onto new soap bars.

Methisms: FLUMPWhen you and a friend are unclear whether you are doing a high-five or a fist bump.
I’m starting a new running feature… new words for things that don’t have names yet.Stay tuned for more. 

Methisms: FLUMP
When you and a friend are unclear whether you are doing a high-five or a fist bump.

I’m starting a new running feature… new words for things that don’t have names yet.
Stay tuned for more. 

Logo RainbowAll the way across the sky.What does it mean? 

Logo Rainbow
All the way across the sky.
What does it mean?
 

Eight Movie Moments That Messed Me Up As A Kidcompiled by Dan Meth
Final Shot of “Sleepaway Camp”
Twins from “The Shining”
Bear from “The Shining”
Mouthless Girl from “Twilight Zone: The Movie”
Zelda from “Pet Sematary”
Dwarf from “Don’t Look Now”
Alien behind the door in “Communion”
Donald Sutherland’s screech in “Body Snatchers”

Eight Movie Moments That Messed Me Up As A Kid
compiled by Dan Meth

  1. Final Shot of “Sleepaway Camp”
  2. Twins from “The Shining”
  3. Bear from “The Shining”
  4. Mouthless Girl from “Twilight Zone: The Movie”
  5. Zelda from “Pet Sematary”
  6. Dwarf from “Don’t Look Now”
  7. Alien behind the door in “Communion”
  8. Donald Sutherland’s screech in “Body Snatchers”
Military Ranks of The British Invasion#7 In A Series Of Pop-Cultural Charts
When the Royal British Army drafted all their nation’s greatest pop acts for the mid-1960’s invasion of America, it was one swinging’ surprise attack. Ready Steady Go!
By the way, did anyone else play that board game Stratego as a kid?

Military Ranks of The British Invasion
#7 In A Series Of Pop-Cultural Charts

When the Royal British Army drafted all their nation’s greatest pop acts for the mid-1960’s invasion of America, it was one swinging’ surprise attack. Ready Steady Go!

By the way, did anyone else play that board game Stratego as a kid?

Futuristic Movie Timeline#6 In A Series Of Pop-Cultural Charts
No one really pays much attention to what year sci-fi movies take place. I thought it would be interesting to arrange some classic films about the future into chronological order and see what we’d find. I’ve also charted the years in which they were released as well as the current year. This is by far the geekiest thing I’ve ever done.
* I only included movies in which Wikipedia knew the exact year.

Futuristic Movie Timeline
#6 In A Series Of Pop-Cultural Charts

No one really pays much attention to what year sci-fi movies take place. I thought it would be interesting to arrange some classic films about the future into chronological order and see what we’d find. I’ve also charted the years in which they were released as well as the current year. This is by far the geekiest thing I’ve ever done.

* I only included movies in which Wikipedia knew the exact year.

Early Beach Boys Hit Song Topics#5 In A Series Of Pop-Cultural Charts
Jeff Rubin is a fellow College Humor writer as well as a fellow Beach Boys fan. He suggested this idea to me after seeing my other charts and discussing our favorite band. Back before “Pet Sounds”, drugs, and mental breakdowns, Brian Wilson pretty much only wrote about three things: Girl, Cars, and Surfing.

Early Beach Boys Hit Song Topics
#5 In A Series Of Pop-Cultural Charts

Jeff Rubin is a fellow College Humor writer as well as a fellow Beach Boys fan. He suggested this idea to me after seeing my other charts and discussing our favorite band. Back before “Pet Sounds”, drugs, and mental breakdowns, Brian Wilson pretty much only wrote about three things: Girl, Cars, and Surfing.