The History of Our Site’s Finest Tradtion

It’s like “Behind the Music,” but for our humble little collective!

Matt Geiler, the man behind the Pumpkin, and his associate Taylor Stein, recall:

“There’s a WTF quality,” he said. “You see this thing, and—regardless of what the entertainment is of it—there’s this thing that’s happening in your mind of like, ‘Why is this?’”

“Everybody loves goofy dancing because everyone’s got a goofy dancer inside of them,” Stein surmised.

“Those moves are… who knows where they came from,” Geiler said. “It’s almost like I’m channeling some kind of a weird pansexual ballet.”

It’s a hoot to read, as it pretty much is exactly what it looks like: a way for two guys to be a little weird and have some fun when they thought no one was watching.


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5 Responses to The History of Our Site’s Finest Tradtion

  1. old man fatima says:

    My favourite part is all of it ❤

  2. artdorkgirl says:

    Also, for completion’s sake:

  3. collin0truckasaurus says:

    “weird pansexual ballet” is just a perfect phrase.

  4. flanny says:

    “I didn’t say this, but I was like, ‘First of all, I don’t even want to be having this fight with you guys, you 13-year-olds, about whether I’m the creator of this thing that I created, which you don’t even know the original version of,” Geiler recalled. “You don’t even want to get into it with me.’”
    😀 😀 😀

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