(NSFW) Greaseballs Pauly D, The Situation, Ronnie and Vinny take on an army of disrespecting clowns with their ultimate moves in this 16-bit RPG version of the guilty pleasure that is Jersey Shore.
iPads and iPhones face off in an Apple-themed Twitter anthem for this Michael Jackson Beat It spoof. We wonder what the King of Pop would think of the dancing (not bad). (Thanks everyone!)
We’re not really sure if these cats are playing patty-cake, high-fiving each other, or think they’re looking in the mirror. The video says “Wing Chun Sticky Hands,” but we don’t know what that is.
(Language NSFW) Got an original Xbox 360? Then you’ve still got a chance of falling victim to the dreaded Red Ring of Death. Here’s how the Marines takes care of their 360s when the RRoD strikes.
Do not watch this if you’re eating, or if you gross out easily. We’re serious. This smiling lady is going to be a fountain of puke in just a few seconds. Her seatmate’s reaction is just priceless.
(NSFW) Profanities are often bleeped out when movies are aired on TV. Sometimes though, they’re replaced by similar sounding words, leading to unintended gems. “Yippee-ki-yay Mr. Falcon!”
While Obi-Wan Kenobi had some spare time between episodes 3 and 4, he took on a brief gig as a private detective. Be sure to stick around for the phone call he takes from Darth Vader.
Long before the era of the Internet mashup, there was a little novelty band known by the name of Little Roger and the Goosebumps, who figured out that Gilligan and Zeppelin were interchangeable.
Fallout is full of mutants and freaks, but the first character you meet in New Vegas isn’t one of them. In theory anyway. The uploader turned off anisotropic filtering to make the game behave.
For video game characters, dying is nothing but a minor setback – they’ll just respawn. That is until they go to heaven and want to stay dead. Also, apparently dead Spartans don’t get halos.
Susanne Wohlfahrt and Marcus BlÃ¤ttermann’s funny take on the eternal struggle of cats and mice is as over-the-top as Tom and Jerry and Itchy and Scratchy, but not quite as balanced.