You’ve gone through the entire day with Paul Maul, and now it’s time to look back on all you have accomplished and pat yourself on the butt.
Here is a life-altering motto that you can use to inspire and empow-WOW-er you as you, too, drag your ass home from a long, stiff day. Go HERE to Vote Funny! And thank you!
Here is a life-changing motto that you can use to inspire and empow-WOW-er you on the job, giving you just the perspective you need to face the work day anew and deal with the toxic nutbags you call your co-workers! Go HERE to Vote Funny! And thank you!
The world of Paul Maul just got a little bigger, a little more challenging and a lot more awkward. Watch as our terminally upbeat motivational speaker works to find the right thing to say about the tenth circle of relationship hell. And in so doing, he gives YOU an empow-WOW-ering motto that you can use in your own life!
Go HERE TO VOTE FUNNY and see if you don’t get big rewards back from the universe. And if you don’t, then you will see that you didn’t. But you will still have advanced the cause of voting for people on various Internet sites, which, let’s face it, never gets old.
In any case, here’s the latest video in Mr. Maul’s Funny or Die oeuvre. And this time, he’s got a motto that’s really going to help you as you drive to and from work, or drive to and from anywhere for that matter!
Go here to VOTE FUNNY. And in the meantime, take advantage of this pure, unadulterated empow-WOW-erment in liquid form. Wait, did I say liquid? I meant video.
At any rate, once you’re up and about, you need motivating wisdomy mottos more than ever! And here is one you can keep with you for your entire life, knowing it will always be there to inspire you to at least be mediocre.
GO HERE TO VOTE FUNNY and in the meantime, alter your outlook with this outlook-altering outlook!
A great bonus of deciding to do this series has been finding out about movie-referencing songs that were not on my radar. First it was a song paying homage to John Cassavetes, and now this, a song honoring Ingmar Bergman’s The Seventh Seal, by experimental pop legend (not to be confused with a governor embroiled in a recall scandal) Scott Walker. (Read about him here.) Thanks to YouTuber guidofski for the photo montage presentation.
Yes, sometimes being a colossal idiot can make Hollywood casting directors come running to cast you as a colossal fool. Not sure if it was coincidental that they gave it to Ringo to sing. The song was written by Johnny Russell and Voni Morrison and first made popular by Carl Perkins. I could not locate the Perkins original on the Internet for this series, but have included another of his tunes that the Beatles covered for the proper historical context, sans movie tie-ins.