It’s the 31st of December here in Australia… which means that 2013 is just about over. Here is a countdown of the top ten most popular posts from the year.
The reboot of this classic film was great. Of all the scenes, the ‘effects of drug use’ where they are over-confident results in Channing Tatum’s character ranting science knowledge. This awesome pair of gifs (check out the link for the whole thing) scored 3,989 views.
Katy Perry bouncing up and down, do I need to explain it further? Seems like 4,093 people checked this out.
Dave Chappelle as Rick James is just one of the best pieces of skit comedy there is. This little gem of a gif got 4,951 views.
So this post is a little bit interesting. Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake did some pretty awesome live mashups of classic rap songs. Unfortunately, the overlords at NBC in their wisdom felt that removing the clips from YouTube for people to enjoy was the way to go. I then proceeded to link only the audio versions of the files which was then viewed just shy of six thousand times with 5,991 views. Perhaps the big media companies don’t like the idea of thousands of people discovering and enjoying their content??
I was amused by the concept of people doing the ‘Cinnamon Challenge’ and this post was linked to in a Buzzfeed post which drove 6,705 visitors.
I personally love the ‘fucks I give’ meme, and this one is just really great. It seems like 6,799 other people also liked it.
It wouldn’t be my blog without something Star Wars. I’m glad that this is popular and 8,439 people have liked it.
Even though I don’t actively post stuff into the ‘Hot Women’ category anymore, it seems that the old saying of “sex sells” is still true. It’s always really entertaining to see which search words/terms lead people to the blog. 8,685 people checked it out.
As always, the undefeated most popular post on the blog is actually something I would never expect to be insanely popular. I created the ‘Doodle God’ walkthrough / guide because I got frustrated whilst playing the iOS game and wanted to know what combinations I was missing. Turns out that a massive 31,840 people viewed this in 2013.