Glove and Boots puppet Fafa the Groundhog begs AMC to fix their hit show, The Walking Dead, in a heart wrenching parody of the song “Green Light” by Lorde. Here is Lorde’s original song.
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On an uplifting episode of Glove and Boots, internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario review some of the greatest things that happened in 2016. They cover everything from a major loss in Game of Thrones to the news that Dungeons & Dragons made it into the National Toy Hall of Fame. A lot of…
In the premiere episode of “Don’t Be a Dummy”, the lovable Johnny T. of of Glove and Boots offers very good advice about saving one’s sanity by never looking up an illness on the internet, no matter how tempting it may be.
Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario of Glove and Boots attempted to do the Mannequin Challenge, but failed horribly. Instead of standing frozen in action like mannequins, Mario pushed an actual mannequin off the roof of a building and watched as it shattered on the pavement below. When Fafa pointed out that they may…
In “Stop Forcing Me To Experience Things!”, the lovably blunt Johnny T. of Glove and Boots explains the big difference between making suggestions and making demands and how both are received. Here’s the deal, you could suggest I experience something you like but don’t make me experience something you like.
On an upgraded episode of Glove and Boots, internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog calms Mario down as he freaks out about the digital age and how everything in their lives constantly needs an update to function correctly. Everything needs to be updated these days!
Mario and Fafa from Glove and Boots share a list of strange apps they would make if they had time. The list includes alternatives to Facebook and LinkedIn, a dating site for the Amish, and a solution for people who miss their grandmother. We don’t have time to make these apps. You should make them….
The always considerate Johnny T. of of Glove and Boots offered some helpful advice regarding the subject of social media etiquette. Specifically Johnny said not to discuss anything regarding money, politics and religion, as “some old rules don’t seem to transfer over to social media.”