UK musician/comedian/actor Bill Bailey whips out a Metallica cover on an unlikely musical instrument – a bunch of bicycle horns. For some reason, Bill’s version isn’t quite as edgy the original.
(NSFW: Language) Stand-up comedian Louis C.K. doing what he does best: making his audience uncomfortable and happy at the same time with his usual angry, tactless and hilarious rants.
The Crazy Calculator goes beyond letting you spell “boobies”. In prank mode, when you enter an equation it’ll display a funny reply using actual letters. Also works as a regular calculator.
Even with the ridiculous safety belts, these kids were treated to the most exciting carousel ride ever when Improv Everywhere turned it into a hilarious and heartwarming spectacle.
(NSFW: Language) Need a dose of dark humor? Check out this webcomic. Hugh D. Crawford’s pessimistic and jaded strips will make you sad and happy at the same time.
Here’s what you need to know: this is a TV spot for a company’s movie theater promo, which lets users buy two movie tickets for the price of one. Bonus clue/made-up word: trailerbomber.
Patrons ordering a glass of fresh orange juice are very impressed when the waitress effortlessly squeezes a whole glass of the good stuff from just one half of the fruit. And then…
Ever had a friend who doesn’t walk it like he talks it? See if you can relate in this latest installment of Robert and Sheepy, where Sheepy has the perfect opportunity to put Darryn the bull in his place.
(NSFW: Language) There are dirty words, dirty schemes and dirty deeds aplenty in the red band trailer for Horrible Bosses. MF Jones is going to be a hit for sure, and so is this movie.
(NSFW: Language & Content) CollegeHumor points out one of the most sexist aspects of a lot of geeky media, from fantasy books to video games – female armor are nothing but glorified underwear.
Comedian/voice actor Jon Benjamin decided to buy an official Staples employee shirt on eBay then headed into the store for some funny smart-assery with unsuspecting customers.
(NSFW: Language) An efficient way of dealing with the people who give you grief. This notepad has a pretty comprehensive checklist of complaints, from laziness to mooching to being creepy.
Two perfectly behaved and neatly dressed human-handed dogs (dog-headed men?) eating out. The waitress doesn’t gawk at her unusual customers, but she does forget to give them their drinks.
Patrick Warburton prepares us for a safe ride on Zero Gravity Gulch, the rootinest, tootinest, gosh-darn good time of a roller coaster East (or is it West?) of the Mississippi.
We like to stick to stuff that’s awesome in a good way, but every once in a while, there’s something so awesomely awful that it deserves a look too. This is one of those times. (Thanks, Jerrod!)