At least he didn’t send out a pic of his son in a cage.
Last night, News 9’s Dean Blevins (hopefully) took his wife on a nice little overpriced date to the Melting Pot. We know this because he decided to tweet about his experience… and the disdain he has for low-wage immigrant employees who don’t speak our language.
Here’s a screenshot of the tweet. It’s already been deleted:
Excluding the depressing stuff from last May, it’s been awhile since we’ve had a really good viral video come out of Oklahoma. We allegedly got close over the summer when some preacher from Skiatook went all angry football coach and chewed into his congregation, but calling that a video “viral” is a stretch. I’m Captain Internet and I didn’t know it existed until about 5 minutes ago. It’s only received about 700,000 views. That’s less than the freakin’ Santorum girls from Tulsa.
But don’t worry, help is on the way. The viral video tastemakers at News 6 in Tulsa think they have a video that you’re going to love. From the News 9 / News on 6 website:
Video Of Jenks Vice Principal Dancing Threatens To Go Viral
A video showing a Jenks vice principal busting a move to the most viral song of 2013 is threatening to go viral itself.
Eric Fox took a star turn during a performance of Jenks Public School administrators at a pep rally before the 6A state championship game. Fox took center stage dancing to “What Does The Fox Say?,” a YouTube sensation performed by Norway’s Ylvis.
We don’t know if the local version is enough to replace Ylvis’ number one spot on YouTube, but it was apparently enough to help Jenks beat Union for the state title.
Watch the video, and keep an eye out for Fox in the number 60 jersey.
Uhm, threatening to go viral? Show me on the doll how that happens. Was the video guarding a rhubarb patch or something? Let’s check out this sure to be hysterical video that’s threatening to go viral:
The classy woman pictured above is Ericka Danna. She recently tried to smuggle a marijuana pipe into the Oklahoma County Jail. Police knew something was weird when she farted and blew a smoke ring out of the bottom of her orange jump suit. Once they got the munchies, they knew where to look.
Remember last February when those horrible “Harlem Shake” videos made the rounds? Well those dumb videos helped make it the number one song for February 2013. This means anyone alive when that happened has no right whatsoever to ever, in any way, tell their grandchildren “Things were better in my day! We didn’t do dumb things like you idiot kids today!” You can never say that. Ever. We deserve what we get.
Don’t forget to vote for your favorite TLO story. Yesterday it was the “Emily Sutton Bikini Pic” story. This was before we ruined your day and told you she’s dating a fireman. Yeah. Like you’re not being an actual hero was the only thing standing between you and E. Sutt. Well, jokes on her because while I may not be a hero in any sense of the word I’ve seen Backdraft 23 times and have “accidentally” started more fires than her fella has put out. So, y’know. That.
Here’s the top TLO stories for February!
A few weeks ago while debunking the silly rumor that Severe Weather Diva Emily Sutton was engaged to Scott Hines, we made a sobering discovery. Emily Sutton has a serious boyfriend. Surprisingly, we took the news okay:
I’m going to climb to the top of the Devon Tower and eat at Vast. That will put me out of my misery.
Seriously, Emily Sutton has a boyfriend. And not only that, but he’s a serious one. I wonder what that means? Do they hold hands, share smiles, and fall asleep while watching Netflix together like other serious couples, or is he just too serious?
“Sweetie, look at the beautiful cumulostratus clouds forming on the horizon! Lets sing the weather song and think about puppies!”
“Please don’t bother me right now. I’m balancing my checkbook.”
I guess we’ll be good sports and congratulate Emily Sutton for getting a serious boyfriend. Unless, of course, the serious boyfriend is either Aaron Tuttle and /or drives a Dominator. If that’s the case, I really am going to eat at Vast.
Well, it looks like I get to eat in the Devon cafeteria instead.
Thanks to the wonders of the Ogle Mole Network, we’ve discovered the identity of Emily’s mysterious gentleman caller. His name is Michael Zurmehly. Unless they include clever references to the Shawnee Mall or barrel grinders, please refrain from any “Miiiiiiiiiike!!! Miiiiiiiiiiike!!! Miiiiiiiiiiike!!!” jokes.
Here’s a pic of the couple:
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