Talent For Days

Talent For Days

The Nightcap

Nightcap for August 8th, 2018


“Women are made to be loved, not understood.” – Oscar Wilde

Purse-onal Items

You could probably tell everything you need to know about somebody just by going through their nightstand, cell phone or Spotify playlists.

If actions speak louder than words, then the things people collect give us just as much insight into who they are as what they tell us.

The one place this may not ring true is a woman’s purse. Toss a man a woman’s purse and ask him to guess what her personality is like and 96.4% of the time he’ll say, “she’s a schizophrenic hoarder with OCD and multiple personalities who works at a pharmacy or daycare and is planning for the zombie apocalypse.”

You know that one drawer every home has where random things are thrown? That drawer where loose change, pencil erasers, stamps, and batteries go to die? Yeah, that’s the equivalent of a woman’s purse, as is demonstrated in this very funny (and very real) video.

Drum Kits and Comedy Skits

Will Farrel is undoubtedly one of the funniest comedians and actors of our time. With an incredibly dry sense of humor and a deadpan expression that rarely wavers, his aptitude for making people laugh is unrivaled to most people in the industry.

Farrell’s ability to play a wide range of characters is also worthy of accolades. From his serious role in “Stranger Than Fiction” to not-so-serious roles like playing John C. Reilly’s brother in “Step Brothers”, the actor has proven time and time again he’s always willing to test the boundaries of cinematic drama and comedy.

But perhaps where he shines the most is when he has no script to follow or character to play. Farrel’s guest appearances on a plethora of daytime and late night talk shows cement his reputation as legendary and this “drum-off” with Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, is a great example of his seamless comedic execution.

It might be as funny as the drum scene in Step Brothers…. maybe.

1 Girl 10 Voices

Watch this talented singer impersonate some of the biggest voices in pop music.