Pretend to be a doting dad while you’re really getting your drink on, thanks to this whacked out insulated drink flask disguised as a baby. We’re going to guess this was one of those Brilliant Ideas Had While Stoned.
Say hello to my little “A” button! 8-bit Cinema envisions Brian DePalma’s gore and obscenity filled classic as an early ’90s console game. Though this version seems much more PG-13 than the hard R movie that inspired it.
Here in the States, breakfast usually consists of cereal, eggs, meats or pastries. But these kids learn that dining habits vary greatly around the world, as they partake of some very different takes on the most important meal of the day.
Keep your eyes on pops on the left. He took the balls from the other arcade machine to power his conveyor belt of swishes, shooting with both hands in rapid succession. If we were there we would have asked for his autograph.
There’s a chain-link fence by the airport in Grand Theft Auto V that appears to be pretty tricky to enter. But it turns out it’s not the fence that’s really the problem – it’s the gate that’s got an attitude.
Snow removal trucks are supposed to angle plows away from cars and oncoming traffic. But that’s not what happened here, as a driver who was on a perfectly clear stretch of road is suddenly blanketed in snow by an idiotic plow operator.
Last Week Tonight is completely baffled at the continued and celebrated existence of Sports Illustrated’s annual swimsuit issue, at a time when you can have Google: Swimsuit – or less! – Edition for free 24/7.
Saturday Night Live alums Andy Samberg and Adam Sandler coopt Tina Turner’s The Best to look back at SNL cast members who broke character during a sketch, namely Jimmy Fallon, Horatio Sanz, and Jimmy Fallon and Horatio Sanz.
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake opened the 40th anniversary episode of Saturday Night Live with a song and dance medley referencing some of the show’s funniest and most memorable sketches, from More Cowbell to Dick in a Box.
Awesome Gifts from the Awesomer Shop