Get off our lawn: Geriatric ‘Bill & Ted’s’ excellent threequel mockery!/justkarl/status/233989132727246848

That’s right; they are making a “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” threequel. With the original actors. Decades later.

No, for real.

Dude! The 'Bill & Ted' sequel is happening! Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter and the original writers are all onboard!

— Prefixmag (@prefixmag) August 10, 2012

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Twenty-one years after Bogus Journey, it looks like all engines are finally go for a third Bill & Ted film. As word has it today, the original films’ stars Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves are onboard for the threequel.

Oh, dear. How many scenes will have them shaking their fists at the sky and demanding that those damn kids turn down the music? How will they play their air guitars with arthritis? What about Sad Keanu? The questions are endless.

Twitter users ask more, with loads of mockery in the mix.

I have no response to this information:

— Jay Cost (@JayCostTWS) August 10, 2012

It's funny there's even talk of a third Bill and Ted movie. But please don't do it… #WyldStallions

— Katie Nichols (@Hyla_Brook) August 10, 2012

Oh… we getting an ALF movie and Bill & Ted 3… because hollywood hates us right?

— Harris Tweeter (@Wm40A) August 10, 2012

Title suggestions are soon forthcoming.

@justkarl Bill & Ted's Gnarly Trip via Walkers

— Sean Hackbarth (@seanhackbarth) August 10, 2012

Bill & Ted's Most Excellent Daycare Carpool #BillAndTedSequelNames

— psfranz4 (@psfranz4) August 10, 2012

#BillAndTedSequelNames Bill & Ted Go to Adult Daycare

— Sean Hackbarth (@seanhackbarth) August 10, 2012

#BillAndTedSequelNames Bill & Ted Go to Fidelity to Put Together Retirement Plans

— Sean Hackbarth (@seanhackbarth) August 10, 2012

Bill & Ted: Back in Our Day #BillAndTedSequelNames

— psfranz4 (@psfranz4) August 10, 2012

And a second mocking hashtag enters the mix.

Bill And Ted's Totally Mundane Lives #ThirdBillandTed

— Alan DeHaan (@Aulayan) August 10, 2012

Bill & Ted's Inevitably Disappointing Saga #ThirdBillandTed

— Pete Milan (@PeteMilan) August 10, 2012

Kill Bill & Ted #ThirdBillandTed

— Pete Milan (@PeteMilan) August 10, 2012

This Twitter user is especially perturbed.

The moment you realize you wish Bill and Ted stayed dead in Bogus Journey.

— E.V. Kwun (@geektrooper) August 10, 2012

“Bill & Ted” or “Grumpy Old Men”? You decide!

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This Artist Takes Something We Associate With Grandmothers And Makes It So Cool

When it comes to crafting, the words “cool” and “crochet” typically exist on different planes. While edginess and crochet hooks are mutually exclusive on most accounts, one NYC-based artist who goes by the name of Olek subverts all of those notions and takes crocheting into the realm of high art.

Drawing inspiration from films, music, and city life, she uses her hook to create immense installations that’ll make you wonder why no one thought of this sooner.

By swapping out off-white yarn for strands of the neon variety, Olek takes the art of sculpture into previously uncharted territory.

For Olek, trying to draw lines in the sand between life and art — and trying to say that one imitates the other — is a fruitless endeavor. If you ask her, life and art are completely inseparable, with one running seamlessly into the other.

“I crochet everything that enters my space — text messages, medical reports, found objects,” she writes. She finds the bulk of her inspiration, however, in films.

“The movies I watch while crocheting influence my work, and my work dictates the films I select.” For Olek, the creative process is cyclical.

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“My work changes from place to place,” she writes. “I study the science of culture.”

Her desire to create in the vacuum of her atmosphere inspired the artist to leave Poland and start a new life in New York City, where she finds endless creative stimulation.

And Olek puts a lot of stock in creating art that’s meant to be viewed in public spaces. Through her work, she wants to create public discourse on the “social and economic realities of the community.”

“I’ve always sought to invite color, life, and the element of surprise into living spaces.” By disrupting familiar spaces with a largely unfamiliar approach to art, she does exactly that.

If you live in New York, be sure to keep an eye out for these unique works of public art. If not, head over to her website for more details. She also posts regular updates on Facebook and Instagram.

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This Couple Really Knows The Meaning Of Dancing Like No One’s Watching

This video of an elderly couple dancing up a storm while on vacation reminds us all of what it means to be young at heart.

The adorable Texan couple named Burt and Carol were vacationing when they entered a restaurant in the Inverary Resort in Nova Scotia, Canada. When they walked in, they asked musician Keith Mullins if there was any way they could just order water. What they really wanted to do was dance.

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Mullins was so impressed with their youthful energy that he asked one of the waitresses to capture a video of the two dancing while he performed a cover of “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars.

How much fun are these two? The gentleman has some especially fancy footwork going on!

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Masala Coffee geared up to launch its first music video

Come this Saturday, Masala Coffee band will launch its first official music video on YouTube. It is a rearranged version of the acclaimed song, ‘Aalaayal thara venam’, written by the late Kavalam Nara

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