The Internet was another gold mine of comedy this week with Koreans dry humping for exercise and Bob Ross getting remixed with auto-tune awesomeness.
This machine gives you the same cardiovascular workout as having sex while reminding you that you are out of shape and completely alone. Perfect!
There’s no reason for you to be missing out on a hot bromance. Bromancing the Phone offers you all the bromance action you desire, right from the comfort of your own home.
The Super Friends move into a ranch house in Miami, China gives us the boob clamp, and 1960’s Robin gets his ass handed to him by Bane. The Internet was another gold mine of comedy this week.
This would be hilarious in English, but somehow it’s especially funny in Chinese.
The wonder of the Tap Light helps you make the most of your drinking problem. Hooray, another win for technology nobody asked for.
Take one Baby Laugh A Lot, add dead batteries, squeeze hand and you’ve got the perfect recipe for terrifying nightmares.
Tom Corrigan is a mayor who has his priorities straight – providing citizens with the fireworks and fried dough that they deserve.
Play with fireworks and you’ll definitely loose some fingers, but on the plus side, you’ve now got a catchy new nickname!
In this Seth MacFarlane-directed commercial, his cuddly, womanizing teddy bear from the movie Ted goes under a restaurant table and, well, creates a climax that would make Meg Ryan proud.
Steve Martin’s 1978 album, Wild and Crazy Guy was one of the most popular comedy records of its day. The promo video Steve made for the album fits right in with the Internet-tailored videos of today and finds Steve offering up a lucrative $1 prize and talking about his girlfriend’s p****y. Wild and crazy, indeed.
People normally fall into one of two categories: cat people or dog people. As great as man’s best friend is, let me ask you this, “Can your dog hover in midair?”
We’ve sifted through the rubble of this week’s comedy videos to pick out only the purest comedy nuggets for your enjoyment. Andy Samberg warns us of cannibalism, an undead prankster terrorizes Miami, and that orphan girl from Aliens sings her heart out.
Let’s face it, kids suck. That constant crying is nothing but a headache and totally ruins any enjoyment of watching TV or doing “adult stuff”. Luckily, there’s a new product on the market to put a cork in those cry holes of theirs.
That overzealous Pine-Sol lady just became scarier than the creepy Burger King dude with the giant plastic head.