Venus, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus. The word “Uranus” usually brings a little giggle to our juvenile inner-selves. This recent clip from Who Wants to be a Millionaire just about made us spit out our coffee.
The horrifying story of a domesticated whale, content to serve his bosses Dial and Wade, happy in his small world, until a little psycho named Jesse comes and kidnaps him. Wait what?
(NSFW: Language) We’re not going to like everything we come across in the world (and on the Internet). Fine. But the world doesn’t exist to please us either, so let’s cut back on the hate.
When in doubt as to how to pull off a prank that scares the snot out of somebody, the good old fashioned creepy-girl-ghost-busting-through-the-wall remains a consistent crowd pleaser.
This vendor has a weird way of endearing himself to customers. It almost seems like he doesn’t like to give ice cream to his customers. Must be a pain in the ass to be the last in line at his stall.
Weird Al’s latest single, a spoof of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way, was not initially approved, but it’s a go now – good thing, since any song immortalized by Weird Al is classic. (Thanks Daniel!)
While we can’t stand computer animated talking animals and babies, that’s not what’s going on here with this talking dog. He’s all natural. Except for the voice. At least we think that part is dubbed.
Determined to get a clean shot at his distracted opponent, this mutt takes a page out of his unwitting prey’s book. We’re sure even cats would approve of the dog’s stealthy approach.
This real-life Super Mario Bros. clip starts out innocently enough, but once Mario realizes he can power up, the game is changed, and clearing worlds might just go a little quicker now.
Ok, the official name of Malc Foy’s t-shirt is I Put a Droid in your Droid, but we like our name better. Apparently he got the idea from Pimp My Ride. Hmm, Pimp My Droid. That’s a good name too.
Ever wonder how those screaming death metal vocalists warm up for a performance? Listen up as vocalist Olle Ekman of Deals Death & Volturyon gets ready to scream his lungs out in the studio.
Had enough of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force? The Adult Swim guys are sick of them too, so forget everything you know about Frylock, Master Shake and Meatwad and get ready for the premiere 5/8.
We’re not sure if this is an actual ad – the scent being advertised doesn’t appear to exist – but it makes use of the visual hyperbole in the Old Spice Guy campaign, so it’s fun to watch nonetheless.
Star Wars characters quote line after depressing line from existentialist (and proto-Emo) Jean-Paul Sartre in an unlikely yet hilarious mashup, augmented with French gibberish.
(NSFW for language and gross-out finale) Oh boy. All we can say after watching this video is that we’ll never look at Dance Dance Revolution the same way again. Ever. No, seriously. (Thanks, Justin!)