Click here for video.More Weekend Therapy with Clark ov Saturn. This time our pajama-clad hero attempts to get the hot, new round bed from Ikea. Special thanks to Ikea and special guest, David Hasselhof.
A masterpiece. You should bring it to Cannes.
I love Clark. I love it. Can't wait till next weekend!
This was is SO bad that I cant even tell if those first 2 comments are sarchastic or not! Its beyond sarcasm already, and its week 2. Prank Calls? Maybe I dont understand the POINT of this new AT feature. If its meant purely for entertainment and fun, then it fails miserably. If its actually meant to be informative or helpful, it has failed even more pitifully. Someone explain this to me..
The point of WT (so far) is to get into Cannes, be loved, and to rid the world of apostrophes...A raging success, whether sarcastic or not!(My vote is to abolish sarcasm in comments. Unless we devise a universal symbol to indicate sarcasm, direct sincerity seems to be the best way to make your true meaning known in an empathetic humanistic manner. Naturally, (so far) I read them all, take them into my heart, and then pour my heart and soul into more semi-random play. Perhaps there lies the point...p.s. thanks for the second chance, matt, I'll look forward to your comments and viewership again next week? ;)love: The Doctor
Hey, he actually manages to get the tones reminiscent of the Swedish language. Not correct prononciation, but those tones are hard to nail and he's got them. The amusing thing is he probably didn't even realize it because he was just trying to make fun of Swedish.
Yuk. Not worth the bandwidth.
And there's a feature to make a point of never, ever clicking again. Fortunately, it won't be difficult to remember the importance of running screaming in the opposite direction.
I won't be viewing any future installments and I will cross the street in the unlikely event I run into this guy.
Please, please, PLEASE, PUH-LEEEEEEEEEZ don't subject us to this guy again. It is so sad.
it would seem some folks on this site take design or decorating or whatever you want to call it a bit too seriously but the doctor oh the doctor reminds us of a simpler time of the simpler things in life and to laugh at him if not at ourselves. rock it docta!
positive paulas + negative nellies = one big (happy?) family!Well, Max, how shall we proceed? The majority here seem not to have gotten the ZipZapZop vibe. In fact, they have been somewhat mean-spirited, negative, judgemental, and downright hurtful in ways that I hope never to be.I believe I shall proceed by having some more cucumber, rice vinegar and sesame seeds, and some white tea while I contemplate how not to be a negative nelly.http://kitchen.apartmenttherapy.com/food/020306/food-art/a-good-natural-snack-cucumber-rice-vinegar-sesame-seeds-006213In the meantime, I believe I shall begin working on this weekend's video. There is a certain energy that these negativities stir up in me, and if I use it carefully, I might be able to transform it into something positive. Or at least have some fun.Have a nice day, everyone!clark (a real human!)
I think it's pretty funny and I enjoyed it. I also think there are a lot of people responding with no tact and who should be acting like mature adults who either say something positive or constructive or keep their traps shut.
Yeah, I agree. Did Dianne actually say "PUH-LEEEEEEEEEZ"?? You subject yourself to what you click on... and Pixie acts like he's an escaped convict? Ok, that's pretty strange. Some of these people seem to have an extra special sense of entitlement and little sense of simple human kindness. Why do they feel so important that they should spew out such nonsense?Why not talk about the real issues here? Let's talk about Ikea, and customer service and round beds and David Hasselhof. Loved the rendition of Hasselhof's song by the way. Go Clark! You are a human and you deserve better.
i must say it was completely cute in its silliness and hats off to the ikea employee - she handled herself very professionally even in the mist of kinkiness, et al.....
Clark - you are sunshine, silliness and happiness. I just LOVE your little bites of kookiness. Don't let the sour grapes get you down. I just discovered your genius for the first time this morning and I'm looking forward to seeing a lot more.I'll be checkin' out your site to catch up.And for the record... THANK YOU Apartment Therapy for introducing us to your wonderful friend. We can see that something good came out of your trip to the Berkshires. Clark is precisely the reason I love your site so much. You are true to your mission while having a personality with !FUN! coming at you out of left field."Sigh" and "oh well" for the "Idon'tgetits" out there.
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