How To Celebrate National Chicken Wing Day … Uncomfortably


I know it’s been a while since I posted, and my last post was totally about another holiday, but you know what? I don’t give a rat’s ass! Like sorry I was too busy to sit down and write for 20 minutes. And by busy I mean lazy, I was too lazy. Not to mention, a holiday this grand deserved its own post and I wasn’t gonna skip it just to mix things up. (and if anyone brings up chicken wings having nothing to do with ice cream I will personally stab you in the eye ball because FOOD IS FOOD)


Anyway, I seem to have gotten a little off track so let us get back to what’s important: celebrating chicken wings.

Although eating a disgusting amount of chicken wings is the best way to celebrate July 29th, I present you with yet another option, a rather uncomfortable option.. but first, a backstory:

Back when I was tan, smart, and skinny in college I started taking all of these easy peasy information technology 1 credit, 1 month courses to graduate on time. One of these courses was about creating digital videos. Honestly, I just played Snood the entire time so I have no idea what we were supposed to learn in the class. All I did know was that there was a final project that would determine whether we got credit for this pass/fail course.

The project was a “how to” video featuring a certain number of still images, close ups, scenes, etc. The examples he showed the class were things such as “how to throw a basketball”  or “how to make pasta” and then describing the various steps. Like hello boring!

Being the obnoxious person that I am, instead I made this:


I personally now want to apologize for the most uncomfortable video of all time. Obviously when my teacher showed our videos to class, everyone’s faces were of sheer horror, even my own. But you know what, this beyotch passed!

So go on, celebrate National Chicken Wing Day by double fisting wings and by relishing in the fact that no matter what you do, it will not be as uncomfortable as this video.

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