The end of the decade is nigh

While we’re rounding up what’s left of the current decade, allow us to reveal some statistics of nonsense within the vast hmvh network of shenaniganisms.

For starters, few folks like them rednecks no more. Very little visitors as of late… maybe Averell should sign up on the Facebooks instead?

So awkward it's cool!

Then it’s turned out that the most popular blog posting by far is the the pseudo-humouresque, quasi-investigative, and semi-critical-of-life-online essay called “The story of Moshzilla” which this year became a point of reference on “Know Your Meme” and, for a brief period, even was the authoritative source for a since-deleted Wikipedia article (we had nothing to do with either of it).

What it boils down to is that some people out there simply shouldn’t be seen dancing.

Live from the mosh pit Serious case of WTF?!

No matter what the occasion, no matter what the music, no matter what degree of intoxication, most people do look ridiculous dancing… no matter what their skill level.

Perfect timing

Then there are some people who love to take photos of other people dancing. Some photos end up deleted, some end up in photo albums, and some end up online.

So, if you’re going to be striking some “Lynndie” poses this New Year’s Eve, it’d be best to do it in the privacy of your own home lest you want to end up as a famous meme.

Moshzilla strikes again

Finally, the strangest search query in recent memory came on Christmas Day from someone in Michigan who googled for “jokes that you can see without them seeing your cellphone number“. Huh?

2010 is gonna be interesting.

Photo credits: The internets.

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