OddBoski posted the pic below and I found a weird synchronicity. Play the Youtube video in the reply under it and then--without taking your eyes away--stare at the pony while listening to the song. Post your best time here.
Here's the video (I actually really like this song).
Honestly, I can't stare at that damn pony with this for more than 10 seconds. It's like using a microfiche machine.
I just found this thread.....I'll go back and change mine.
I last about 5 seconds before I am overwhelmed by the utter certainty that I am wasting my life watching a pony dance to some music.
You have no appreciation of the better things in life, my friend.
32 seconds. The blinding brilliance coming from my screen would cause me to go blind if i looked into it any longer.
I watched it for the whole song and then started the song over again and got half way through it and then realized it was a waste of time. What's the big deal anyway?
Think about it.
my pretty pony on coke.... now ive seen everything....
The world is a strange place. If we can't enjoy icons of the 80's in perverted children's imagery, new wave sound with a Wizard of Oz and Pink Floyd-esque synchronicity--then what have we become?
What the... ...am I missing here? And I thought the sixties were good to me!?
I don't remember the sixties....
Everything after the 70's is a complete blank to me.
I lasted a while. But then again I just got off a 12 hour grind at work in the heat. I can stare at anything.
I can't believe anyone stared at it. It does make me queasy. Prolly 'cause I'm getting over the flu though
53 seconds. Not because it was dumb, I just have a short attention span.
I'm so sorry.
Hey. Hey you. Bumping. But wait, it's ponies. Never mind, it's okay.
It has a cool video and I only did it once so it's ok.
Try staring at this for awhile.
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