[slides in/singing rug]
Hey beardlovers. Happy Pi Approximation Day. What is Pi Approximation Day? Well, today is the 22nd of July. July is the seventh month. 22 divided by 7 is approximately the value of pi. Wow I'm a dork! WOW!
[Wheezy Waiter beard intro]
Hey guys, I have to talk really fast because I want to get this video over quickly because I'm wearing a suit coat. And it's really hot. But I look so good in it. So good. So good.
Well, you could call it a jacket. Or a monkey. But I wouldn't call it a monkey cause it's not a monkey. This is a monkey. [Makes monkey noises] That's not a monkey. That's a monkey sound. This is a monkey. [Picture of a chimpanzee] OMG it's a monkey! Hahaha.
Now we've established what suit coats and monkeys are, good. We're learning.
[turns to alternate camera angle] Let's move on. [turns to main camera angle]
How about a picture of a monkey in a suit? [Picture of a chimp in a suit, wearing sunglasses] Holy Joel Osment, that's hilarious. Hahaha. This is serious. That monkey was wearing sunglasses, and it looked awesome. I'm putting 'em on too. [Puts on sunglasses] Now I look like my Uncle Jeff. I'm taking 'em off. [takes them off]
Seriously, I'm sweating a lot. I'm really hot in this suit coat. [Breathes in and out rapidly in extreme closeup]
So I'm taking fashion advice from a monkey. Nay, a picture of a monkey. What are you doing?
You can find inspiration from anything. Don't be afraid to use it.
Serious , I'm gonna pass out. This suit coat is so hot. But it's worth it for beauty.
So you've been watching this strange sweaty bearded yet professional-looking man talk about suit coats and monkeys for about a minute now, and you're probably wondering to yourself, one, how can a man sweat so much and stay conscious, or number two, what is the point?
What is the point? Psh! Psh! Psh! Pfft. I hate that question. I hate you for asking it.
Is there a bigger creativity killer than 'What's the point?' I think no. What if Leonardo da Vinci would have asked 'What's the point?' when he did the Mona Lisa. What if Michelangelo would have asked 'What's the point?' when he did the Sistine Chapel? What if... Donatello would have asked 'What's the point?' when he... did machines?
You can ask that about anything. Especially any video that I've ever made.
I often think that things that seem pointless and nonsensical are more interesting and I'm really sweating. Wow!
Except for a lot of David Lynch movies. What's the point?
I just got a hundred bucks!
Psh! What's the point?
I don't have to work so hard tomorrow, and I'll have energy to enjoy my free time.
Free time? What's the point?
It makes life more enjoyable.
Psh. Life? Point, please?
That line of questioning can go on forever. About anything. The point is... [shows picture of chimpanzee in a suit] this.
As long as I can continue to enjoy that monkey wearing that suit, I'm gonna go on enjoying life.
Except that I'm about to pass out because this suit coat is so hot. So sweaty. I am a moist man.
Please do something that to others might be viewed as pointless and post it as a video response. And if you don't feel like making a video, you can post it as a picture on a DailyBooth thread that I will make. Link in the doobly-doo.
[Annotation on screen: To see today's handstand click the dailybooth link in the doobly-doo]
[Viewer-submitted wink (ding)]
[Wheezy Waiter sunglasses outro]
So you've been watching this strange sweaty bearded yet professional-looking man talk for about a minute now about suit coats and monkeys and you're probably wondering to yourself, number one, [burps] belch!
What if Michelangelo would have asked 'What's the point?' when he made the Six... Sixteen Chapel?
Hey beardlovers. Happy Pi Approximation Day. What is Pi Appoxima... This is hard to say. Why do I do things like this to myself? [sighs]
singing rug, beardlovers, "I'm a dork.", alternate camera angle, breathing being his thing, doobly-doo, wink, outtakes
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