Sunday, August 19, 2012

Damon's (aka "Big Daym's") Original Review of
"Five Guys Burgers". 
His fast food reviews, have become very popular on Youtube.
This guy is hilarious! LOL!
This guy takes "food-lover" to a new level! LOL
video
NOW... for the insane "music video" that some clever bastard, made from "Big Daym's" review footage above. 
You GOTTA see this! LMAO!
video

38 comments:

katie8753 said...

This guy is hilarious!!!

"When's the last time you've seen a ghetto grocery bag? For some of us that are 30+, last time we've seen the ghetto grocery bag, we was putting them on our school books...you dig."

It's o-fish-yul.

Damn...damn...damn...

HA HA HA.

johnnyseattle said...

too darn good. thanks Lynyrd!


(ain't no one singing a song about Big Macs!)

MrPoirot said...

I don't care if you dive all the way to the bottom you can't get quality cheeseburgers like that out of a grocery store dumpster.

TomG said...

Five Guys Burgers and fries are great. At least once a month. And you get peanuts while you wait...

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LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

Seriously Tom?

Peanuts while you wait???!!

DAYUM!!! LOLOL

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

If they serve beer, I'm driving outta state!!! LMAO!

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

"I don't care if you dive all the way to the bottom you can't get quality cheeseburgers like that out of a grocery store dumpster".

LMAO!
Good one Poirot!

katie8753 said...

"Let me light one of these joints on fire.

Let's hone in on the crispity crunch of this french fry. You bite the fry..the fry bites back. That's when you know you have an o-fish-yul french fry." HA HA.

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

"I didn't even ask for bacon... but I was thinkin' bacon".
"It was like "Five Guys Burgers and Fries", was readin' my mind.
LMAO!

johnnyseattle said...

LMAO, the first time I heard of 5 guys was when Pres Obama and VP Biden went to one in DC just after taking office in 2009. I happened to be back there and asked a couple coworker-friends about 5 Guys and they started to rave about it which necessitated an immediate field trip on my part. Politics aside, if the Pres and his VP make a trip out of the White House over to a local 5 Guys just for a burger you know it has to be pretty decent grub. It was.

After that, I waited anxiously for the first 5 Guys to make its way out west to the Seattle area. Makes the West Coast In and Out' and 'Fatburger' joints look lame.

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

All kidding aside, "Five Guys" should make a bonafide television commercial out of Damon's video review.

It would be great for their business and marketing.
Heck... it's ALREADY been great for their business and marketing.

Damon's video review has reached well over a million people.
His song video has reached almost 3 million... and it's now available on ITunes.
His videos have also been featured on the G4 network's "Around the Net" show.

Case in point:
Before this funny review, I didn't even know "Five Guys" existed... and moreover, I don't even eat fast food.
If Damon's funny advertisement has reached me... it's definitely been successful.

Damon is entertaining enough to reach large audiences... and he makes folks want to try the restaurant.
What more could one want from a commercial?

katie8753 said...

You can't get better than free advertising! LOL.

MrPoirot said...

Trivia Question:

What was Helter Shelter?

katie8753 said...

It is/was a big slide in England.

MrPoirot said...

Nope. Not Helter Skelter. HELTER SHELTER. Note the S.

katie8753 said...

Oh, I don't know what that is. :)

sunset77 said...

I'm guessing that "Helter Shelter" was the "in case place", a sort of lean to type affair that Manson had Watson build across the street at Spahn, a place to hide.

TomG said...

It was the after hours nightclub at Spahn Ranch that catered to motorcycle dudes and underaged local kids.

MrPoirot said...

Sunset77 got it. Tex built it for Charlie in late 68 with stolen wood.

katie8753 said...

Do you know what "Helter Smelter" is?

katie8753 said...

HA HA. I'm just kidding.

Sunset, how did you know Tex built that? Where exactly was it?

sunset77 said...

Thanx MrPoirot, I just happened to read it the other night in Watkins book.

" At the same time, Tex, at Charlie’s suggestion, began constructing a Family shelter across the road from Spahn’s, a place to hide and store supplies in case of emergency. Tex worked on that project for several days, using two-by-fours and slabs of plywood ripped off from a nearby off from a nearby construction site in the valley. The shack he built was small (fifteen by twenty feet), yet well-designed, almost like a lean-to, with one side fronting on the slope of a ravine, with a small window facing the creek bead. In it we stocked provisions, camping gear, dried foods, and several handguns. The Family called it the Helter Shelter; Charlie referred to it as “The Just-in-Case Place.”--My Life with Charles Manson by Paul Watkins

TomG said...

Tex Watson was not simple-minded. In fact, if he, Krenwinkel, Van Houten, Beausoleil had survived and outgrown these wild times, my guess would be they would have gone on to live life in the upper middle classes. Probably in sunny Southern California.

Susan Atkins would always be bad. And of course, Charlie would find his way back to prison one way or another.

Just my opinions, as a careful observer of human behavior.

katie8753 said...

It seems like everyone is quoting this Paul Watkins book now.

I haven't read it.

But there seems to be a lot of info that's not really documented anywhere else. The only way to know if it's true is to have it reiterated somewhere else.

Did this happen on this "Helter Shelter" camp? Is it documented anywhere else? Besides Paul's book?

TomG said...

Paul Watkins is back in the discourse now because his daughter has written a book.

Claire Vaye Watkins has written a collection of short stories entitled 'Battleborn'.

I found excerpts of it at this link; http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/08/04/claire-vaye-watkins-on-growing-up-manson-and-battleborn.html

It seems well written and I probably will order the book. I've always been interested in what it would be like to be a child of someone from the Manson Family

katie8753 said...

Tom I know she wrote a book about her father.

Everyone is writing books these days....Gaggggg.

My question is this: Is Paul Watkins' book truthful?

I don't know a lot about Paul Watkins, but it seems to me that he was in the "limelight" for a while before the murders, luring girls in for sex and sucking Charlie off, and then during the trial hanging out with the girls on the sidewalk, then decided to turn "all nice".

If he was so undecided in the desert about Charlie...why was he on the sidewalk supporting him during the trials?

Doesn't make sense to me....

TomG said...

All of life is mystery. The best we can do is gather evidence, filter it thru a hopefully healthy intellect, and come up with the most probable conclusions.

Or something like that. Well, at least the Phillies are winning.

katie8753 said...

In the essence of "banter", please prove that Tex built a "Helter Shelter" across the street from Spahn's Ranch.

I don't believe it was in the police report that they found a shelter with "arms and dried food".

I could be wrong, but if memory serves, there was no mention of that....

Please update me with some proof if I'm wrong! :)

katie8753 said...

Tom I don't know about the Phillies, but from what I'm reading about Penn State...all is lost.

This pedophile has ruined everything for everyone.

They aren't going to get federal funding for tuitions anymore if they don't get sanctioned.

A sad, sad day for everyone involved. I hate it most of all that the students are being punished.

A sad, sad day....

MrPoirot said...

http://www.charliemanson.com/places/spahn-map.htm

Look at this map katie.

if you want to read Paul's entire book just google it one chapter at a time.

MrPoirot said...

http://tatelabianca.blogspot.com/2006/06/my-life-with-charles-manson-chapter.html

Kimchi said...

Katie, Tex talks about the in case place in his book too.

It's also drawn on the map that Tex made...you can see that on charliemanson.com

But I've been to spahn many times and never found it. Doesn't mean it wasn't there of course.

MrPoirot said...

Kimchi it doesn't show up on the 1969 Cielo.com aerial foto either.
I have to wonder if it wasn;t torn down because it was built on somebody elses land. Charlie told Tex to stop building on it in Dec 68. There had to be a reason Charlie halted construction.

sunset77 said...

"A bigger project is what came to be known as the In Case Place. A small house-some might say "shack" that he had me build for him at the back of the ranch. As the name suggests, the little cabin is where Charlie and the others were supposed to escape in case the ranch was ever raided. I spent two months working on it-digging out a floor and putting it together with scrap materials the girls would throw down the bank to me." Will You Die for Me by Charles Watson

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

Thanks Poirot and Sunset for the information!

Book excerpts and everything!
You guy's ROCK!

I've seen the "in case place" on Tex's map before...

I'm just curious:
Did Tex draw that map for his book, or during his trial?

katie8753 said...

Okay thanks guys. Good research! Appreciate it!

MrPoirot said...

Lynyrd because Tex's map depicts ranch structures(even tents) so closely paralleling his testimony in the TLB trial I'm pretty sure he drew the Spahn Ranch map very near the time of his testimony.

The map parallels his testimony much the same as a church bulletin parallels a Sunday church service.