Thursday, April 22, 2010

Cheeseboy in a Dumpster

Please do not drop me as a follower just because this video has been posted.

Something is in the works for 200 followers.

I'd like to thank Paige Page Page for filming this for me.


Serene is my name, not my life! said...

Next time I walk by a dumpster, I throw in some loose change, just in case you're in there.

mamahasspoken said...

Diapers and needles in your school dumpster? Wow what kind of school are you working at!

Lori said...

Hooray, I'm only the 3rd person to comment! That means I don't have to spend 15 minutes staring at your comments page trying to think of something new to say that hasn't been said before! :)

Were you one of those drama guys in school? Because that was some seriously good acting. In fact, Paige Davis better watch her back...

lindsey v said...

You have a beautiful home away from home.

I love how you took on a 1930's movie accent. Or wait - is that your real accent?

Copyboy said...

Drop you? I applaud you.

Marnie said...

I thought I would stop by...I'm glad I did. You have a good sense of humor.


Jacob Valenta said...

LOL! I've been waiting for this for a long time :)

absolutely fantastic!

Tammy said...

The gloves are a nice touch! I don't think you specified the type of dumpster you would be in but this one looks fairly clean (as far as dumpster go). I was hoping for something gross and nasty :).

Ally said...

That is hilarious! I made a video blog when I hit 300 last week! I guess it's something we all do :)

Lisa said...

Blahahahahaha! I love it! And you're reading Harry Potter in the dumpster?

Macey said...

Did you get a tetanus shot after?? :)

Anonymous said...

hehehe nice blanket you have :o)

Teachinfourth said...

That's a real shame when folks be throwin' away a perfectly good white boy like that... said...

Cheeseboy, dumping yourself like this for the sake of your blog is incredibly awesome! You are adorably cute, hilarious, and a rather idiosyncratic trend setter -just like your boy.

Anonymous said...

Trucks are sexy not the truckers! hahahaha

järnebrand said...

I am afraid to ask, but... do you have any ...pets in your home away from home? :) Thank you so much for letting us peek into your world like this... You are hilarious...!
I wish my kids had at teacher like you. :)
Hugs and love/ Jo.

Mama-Face said...

I'm so glad I made it here before you post your 100th follower that Harry Potter you're reading? Was it in the dumpster before or did you bring it along?

Don't get crazy...I love Harry Potter. Of course I do.

tammy said...

Your wife must be so proud.

Clark said...

I have heard that children are like pancakes. You have to throw away the first few in order to get the grill just right. Now I know it's true when I see my oldest in the dumpster.
Abe's Father

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Shame to see someone threw away a perfectly good Cheeseboy!

Be prepared - your followers will now have all sorts of suggestions for the 200 folllowers stunt.

Pedaling said...

completely out of your mind!

but, i still love you!

happy week-end!

Anonymous said...

I second teachinfourth's comment!!!


Anything Fits A Naked Man said...

I...have no words!! I will never look at a dumpster the same way again!

Rock on, Cheeseboy!!

Ashlee said...

You're a nerd. :)

How does a hypochondriac like you handle doing something like this I wonder? I'm quite impressed that you got in there! It must have taken a lot!

Sharon's New Life said...

Now what are you going to do when you reach 125 followers... I'm excited to see!
I'm your latest follower through FF! I hope you'll stop by my blog at and say hello.

Beth Zimmerman said...

Dad Gum! You really did it! ROFL!

Joann Mannix said...

CheeseBOYYY! I think I love you!!!

Man, at this laughatastical rate, you'll hit 500 in no time at all. Can't WAIT to see what that brings! Keep on, keepin' on with your bad self!

ScoMan said...

Congrats on the 100 readers.

I think it's important to have somewhere to keep your discarded needles.

Connie said...

I'm disappointed! I didn't see any rats!
Was that a cape you were wearing? You really are a hero to many!

Anonymous said...

Masterpiece Theater in the dumpster - love it! You should've gotten a pipe to go along with that accent ;-)

Krista said...

I didn't have access to your video at work - awesome! I loved the part where your skylight was malfunctioning. How will you ever top this?

Cheeseboy said...

@ Serene - I'd appreciate it.

@ Mamma - It's a rough neighborhood.

@ Lori - I was not a drama geek, but SHOULD have been.

@ Lindsey - Thanks for noticing the accent. I worked on it for days.

@ Copyboy - I am bowing.

@ Marnie - Thanks for stopping by. Stop by again.

@ Jacob - Thanks for the comment. Do it any time.

@ Tammy1 - The gloves are what I wear everyday at school.

@ Ally - Definitely going to go check that out.

@ Lisa - Yep, that is Harry Potter.

@ MiMi - Yes, fortunately I found one in the pile of discarded needles.

@ Niki - That is my University of Utah blanket. Dumb move on my part. A BYU blanket belongs in a dumpster. Although you are in Australia, so you have no idea what I am talking about.

@ Teachinfourth - Ha ha! Awesome.

@ Rawkn - Trendsetting is just what I do.

@ Jarnebrande - No, didn't see any rats, but there might have been a couple dead raccoons. I didn't dare look.

@ Mama-face - It was a Harry Potter book I brought with me.

@ Tammy2 - Honestly, she has become so accustomed to stuff like this, it doesn't even phase her.

@ Dad - Thanks???

@ Alex - Do you have a suggestion? Cause I got nothin'.

@ Pedaling - Thanks, I'll try to redeem myself. Just don't read today's post.

@ Noelle - Thanks!

@ Naked Man - I did it for more dumpster respect.

@ Ashlee - I have no idea. I guess we'll see when I come down with some garbage related illness.

@ Sharon - Thanks for following. Stick around to see 200.

@ Beth - Did you really doubt me?

@ Joann - That is a ton of pressure. I hope I can stay funny.

@ ScoMan - That's exactly why I made that pile.

@ Connie - That cape was a University of Utah blanket. It helps keep away dumpster cougars.

@ Onlyyou - Masterpiece theater is the best compliment I could ever receive.

@ Krista - Glad you got to watch. This will be a tough one.

Powdered Toast Man said...

were you wearing a cape? Add that to your bday outfit, I forgot about the cape accessory.

Lisa Loo said...

That was, well, so..
I got nothing.

But your Dad's and the fourth grade teacher comments had me gasping for air. Too funny.

Swimming goggles would have been a nice touch.

Um, the accent--couldn't place it---maybe somewhere in the bushes of Antarctica.

imbeingheldhostage said...

That lid touched your hair.

I'm now waiting for the guest blog post from the wife. I want to know what measures she had to take before letting you back into the house.

Queenie Jeannie said...


Poor Paige, she can barely keep from laughing at you hun!!! That had to soooo stink!

Lindsey Buck said...

Oh I waited for that. Totally made my day. You are a brave, brave man.

Anonymous said...

That was so AWESOME! No wonder you landed a hot wife. I can't wait for the 200 followers post! :)

P.s. Thanks for the lung reinserter idea. I used it and wrote about it today.

Claire said...

You WISH that had been milk product!!

Farmers Wifey said...

OMG I was waiting for that...great stuff. Your dumpster of choice was awesome.

Scary thing is, though, I'm nearly up to 100 followers so does that mean I have to find my own dumpster?? Can you suggest something mother friendly that I could do, of course nothing would match your celebration....

Becky @ Babes in Hairland said...

Skylight? ROFL! You crack me up!