Well, it’s not exactly Animal Planet but this guy really has some hilarious animal instincts and shows us how certain animals would eat their food.
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Working in a night club you hear some of the worst pick up lines ever. In a crushingly futile eight and a half minute cringe-fest which could have easily been renamed “100 surefire ways to get maced in the face by strangers you’ll definitely never have sex with”. 18 year old Brisbane comedian is completely incapable of feeling shame by trying his hand at some of the most ineffective pickup lines of all time to show you how its not to be done.
Air travel is boring. Why not make it interesting by inciting a pillow fight? That’s exactly what passengers did on a recent Continental Airlines flight from Phoenix, Arizona, to Everett, Washington. They even ganged up on those in first class with the chant “Throw them all into first.”
Brazilian variety show Programa Silvio Santos is known for fairly run-of-the-mill hidden camera gags like “Magnetic Soup” and “Pig Grinder.” But its latest prank is notable not only for being far less lighthearted than the others, but also for being actual torture. Titled “Ghost in the Elevator,” the so-called prank starts out normally enough, but soon the elevator lights start to flicker and out pops a little girl reminiscent of Samara from The Ring clutching a doll and starts to scream bloody murder and playtime is officially over. The worst part? The dystopian laugh track playing over scenes of random people losing a good ten years off their lifespan.
Unless your granddad used to brew his own beer and take you through the process at a young, slightly bored age, chances are you have little to no idea about how it’s all made. From now on, we’re taking the below advert as gospel. The process has been broken down in this new commercial from the Hahn Brewery, who make beer over in Australia. It involves a number of stages with just one thing in common: total awesomeness. We don’t want to ruin it so take a look below. You can then join us in manically Googling how we can import Hahn Super Dry as soon as humanly possible.
I’ve always been an immense fan of stand up comedy. On rainy days when people are sad, couples are cuddling, and art school girls are sitting at home drinking exotic teas, I’m normally at home, engineering music, and running a stand up comedy marathon on my big screen. It’s just something that always puts me in a better mood. Patrice O’Neal (rest in peace), became one of my favorites after his untimely death, but his comedy still makes me, and millions of others none the less. In one of his many funny bits from “Elephant In The Room” he talks about missing persons, and how it it relates (in HIS head) to race, color and beauty.
Last summer New Era paid homage to the bitter rivalry between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox with a series of commercials featuring comedic actors Alec Baldwin and John Krasinski. This spring, the sports apparel company has shifted its focus to the Windy City where Chicago White Sox fan Craig Robinson (Daryl from “The Office”) and Cubs fan Nick Offerman (Ron Swanson on “Parks and Recreation”) can’t seem to agree on anything.
If you haven’t experienced the Kobe System for yourself, you must not know what it feels like to be over the top. This is because the Kobe System isn’t just about getting to the top, it’s about going over the top. Success for the Successful is Kobe Bryant’s winning, results-oriented philosophy on how to adapt to succeed. To commemorate the release of the Kobe System, Nike has released a few viral videos to help get Kobe’s Message across. The Kobe system is basically VII sneaker with 2 separate inserts. One insert helps with speed while the other helps with performance. It’s up to you to decide which one. In the videos, Kobe plays a motivational speaker that manages to motivate without making much sense to anyone but himself. The videos feature an all star cast that includes Kanye West, Serena Williams, skateboarder Paul Rodriguez, comedian Aziz Ansari, and even Virgin CEO Richard Branson.
Take a look at some of the Kobe System “motivational speeches” in the videos below.
Around the holidays, everyone is looking for that perfect card to say exactly what they want. Some folk write their own cards, others buy them, and then there are the few that pick from e-cards and just email them to people. Until this morning, I was under the impression that the e-card sender were weak… but when I saw someecards.com my mind was blown. Regardless of the intent you may have, they have a perfectly twisted card for you. For the first time in life, I’ve seen a collection of cards that sound just like things I would write if I knew no one would read them. Check out all the 20,000 + cards they have. Brilliant.
I’m sure many readers remember the “Fantanas”, which were Fanta’s attempt at using sex appeal to sell flavored soda. There have been a few different changes to the line up of Fantanas, but to me the originals were always the best, especially the red one (who’s actual name is K.D. Aubert… the walking Viagra pill). But it never occurred to me that in other countries, marketing directors may have gone in other directions to try and sell Fanta… until I saw the old school Japanese ads. The set of ads for Fanta below were all exclusively created for the market in Japan, and feature a different direction than the ones I was used to growing up. That being said, I don’t think I’ve laughed as hard ever in life. Check the method below, and keep in mind that there are TONS more of these ads scattered around the web.
I’m not really one for cartoons, but when someone you live with keeps chanting the same thing you get a bit curious. One of my boys kept saying “I don’t mean to brag, I don’t mean to boast… But here goes some Hummus for these Mini-Toasts!”, so after hearing this no less than 90 times, I had him introduce me to the “Regular Show” on Cartoon Network. Check the clip, but if you find yourself with a bit of spare time, watch the show, it’s actually pretty funny.
On a recent episode of Family Feud, host Steve Harvey asked contestants to name, “Something that gets passed around.” Simple enough. When the straight-laced, WASPY looking dude in the tie buzzes in first, you’re more or less expecting him to say something along the lines of “the flu!” or “a birthday card for your boss!”, but his answer ends up being a little less family friendly. Watch Steve Harvey oscillate between shocked and amused after the jump.
For those of you who were wondering what R.P.S. is, it stands for ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’. Now for those of you who are wondering why on earth anyone would give a sh*t, I know I would normally wonder the same thing. But this is the fashion in which most of the arguments between some of my oldest friends are settled. So just incase you ever decide to give being a grown up a rest, and find yourself engaged in a vicious ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ battle, hopefully this short and informative infograph will be of some help.
So in the process of finishing some mixing/mastering some music at home, and while searching for a Marilyn Monroe sample, I came across a a Monroe commercial outtake that is (as of now) officially the funniest thing I’ve seen year. Its a cross between an old school 60′s PSA, and Jeremy Piven in “Rush Hour 2″. Check it out and try to tell me you weren’t cracking up.
The description tells you, right off the bat, sh*t is about to get real in a hurry. It looks like the only thing our hero likes better than moustaches and butter is pastel and Asics. When the scene starts, he’s in the process of breaking free from a paddy wagon, and the Indian police force tries to stop him by inexplicably destroying all of their vehicles as fast as they can – motorcycles ram into cars, jeeps hurtle through the air, police cars power-slide into buildings (regardless of whether the hero is anywhere near them, has done anything to them, or if it makes any sense for them to be doing it.) Things only proceed to get more and more ridiculous until it reaches the point where I couldn’t handle it anymore… and he skids a horse across the ground. I’m not going to spoil the rest of the action, but just keep this in mind people, and I can not stress this enough… This is a REAL film.
My boys and I have tons of inside jokes, and little sayings that make us all laugh. But one of the most hillarious things in recent memory is an old skit produced by Cam’ron named “Cousin Bang”. Its the story of two roomates flooded by tension when Cam let’s his “cousin” (or his ‘mama’s nephew’) stay in his home. His gun-toting kin then proceeds to take over, and control everything from the bathroom to the juice in the fridge with the use of a gun. The entire skit is just ridiculously funny and always has my crew laughing, so I figured I’d share. Check the method below.
So in the process of starting work on my newest project (which I CAN NOT say anything about until New Years, so please don’t ask) I came across a video during a break that I’m still laughing at right now. Old School PSA’s are often misdirected, and full or sexual, racial, religious, and class oriented slurs, but this one from the mid 50′s was just perplexing both as to its purpose, and its target audience. None the less, me and my boys I’ve been working with were cracking up for a solid hour with some of the “issues” tackled in this PSA video. It might just be our sense of humor, and the vibe in the room at the moment we watched it, but check the method below, let me know what you think.
Some of my friends whom I’ve traveled with have noticed this weird way that I fold my towels, and feel the need to make fun of me for it. But did it even occur to you that one day you maybe wiping your hands and face with an area of your towel and the next day using the same area for “other” areas? It does to me, and I’d personally like to avoid wiping my face where my @ss used to be. The solution for hygienic wipe-ups is either washing the towel everyday or using the True Clean Towel. The clever design highlights a “body”, indicating the head, bottom and torso. Using a line from their info – “While the concept is of course meant to be funny, I think many couples will, when sharing a towel, appreciate the road map.”