Ya. Just tired of trying to improve my appearance waiting for some girl to come fall in love with me. I just need to take initiative. But first, I have to learn how. So you're saying hot schiit doesn't work? How about Audio Technica?
Anyway just have no experience in the matter, so I guess I need to get up and learn how to talk to girls.
Being somewhat aloof and disinterested can actually work to your advantage, as it makes you seem more mysterious. Try to develop a weird quirk or unique style to set you apart. Just don't overdo it obviously. But yeah, you don't want to seem like you're trying too hard.
I'd argue that with more going on in the Awesome Show, you're more likely to find an entry point, something to grasp onto. Those Casey Tatum moments don't seem particularly inaccessible to me, as on the very surface you can at least appreciate the "lol random" element of it. Plus with all the video editing and craziness, it makes it more exciting if not a bit overwhelming. TGTM on the other hand is really low key by comparison and a little hard to digest at first. You say anti-humor, but to me that's the very essence of TGTM. I think you have to come to know their personalities first before you can really appreciate what they're doing with TGTM (the fixation on strip malls and public access culture, etc.).
I'm actually more enamored with Eric Andre lately. The Eric Andre Show is just so great in so many ways. I'm going to also try getting into the Loiter Squad again with season 2, as season 1 didn't really do it for me.
Edited by MuppetFace - 2/25/13 at 3:20am