When I first moved to Brooklyn, I was bowled over (literally) by the sheer proliferation of skinny men in skinny jeans with skinny mos doing … err .. skinny things. Seems Williamsburg isn’t the only place smitten with the hipster bug.
After his son asked to be Deadmau5 for Halloween, this particularly handy Dad created the craziest, coolest outfit imaginable. Puts the rest of us hacks to shame.
Have you ever wondered what life was like as a fish? N*E*R*D puts their listeners in the position of a fish in the sea by encouraging them to stop sending trash to sea. According to the Encyclopedia, the United States Industry is a great source of pollution for the most deadly pollutants which causes the […]
Twisted, offensive, hilarious. I can’t quite put my finger on where all these people must be coming from. It seems that the strongest thread between all of these hilarious shorts is an incredibly dark sense of humor.
This is sinister. It will give me more nightmares than the fact that cartoon characters wear shirts and no pants. I saw a really perverted Winnie the Pooh at a party store in Towson. His naked belly and sexless crotch still haunt me.
Jon Lajoie is a Canadian comedian, actor, rapper, singer, musician and Internet celebrity from Canada that pretty much likes to spoof everything and everyone. In this clip, he features the latest trend in facial hair styling: The Pedophile Beard. Oh dear. We wonder what might come next?
These are some pretty insane glass ball juggling skills by a Japanese dude in Tokyo, set to a quirky soundtrack and observed by some clearly perplexed tourists (doesn’t the bald guy in the background ‘get it’, or is he recoiling after being royally tangoed?). Bowie would be proud.
The creators of Robot Chicken seem to have hit on an indestructible comedy formula that involves making claymation characters of either a television show, celebrity or popular myth and hoping something funny happens. If that doesn’t work the character is exploded, murdered, battered or sexually abused — which is fine because they’re not real.
Missed last weekend’s blockbuster draw between America and England in the Football World Cup? Don’t fear. Now you can relive the action in miniature detail thanks to the talented folks at Lego Fussball.
Ok Internet, I forgive you for wasting my time because without you, I would never see such amazingness as this guy reciting the lyrics to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in an uncanny impersonation of Ian McKellen.
There’s a lot of condescension in people’s appreciation of this video of an Indian lady doing her well-rehearsed rendition of Queen’s We Will Rock You but I honestly find it quite beautiful.
Selectism just posted a bunch of videos of noted film-maker Werner Herzog reading children’s classics. It’s not actually Herzog, but the person doing these does a fairly good impression, and I imagine it wouldn’t be difficult to convince the real Bavarian director to do it for real.
Our friends over at Urlesque have posted a series of videos of epic Wheel Of Fortune fails, with the disclaimer that they know from first experience that ‘losing on Wheel of Fortune is never easy. Sure, some may claim the game show is a glorified, glittery version of Hangman, but there are, indeed, specific strategies […]