In a recent Conan episode, a woman from the audience gave the host a fairly specific compliment, which was followed by an even more specific explanation. At least her second sign made up for the first one. Or did it?
It’s been 15 years since Tyler Durden laid out the extensive list of rules of Fight Club. Now relive the classic movie about violence, mayhem, anti-consumerism, and… littering?.. courtesy of our friends at Honest Trailers.
The North Face Korea punked customers when they turned one of its stores’ dressing room into a fairly elaborate trap. Then they enticed shoppers with a dare. Nothing like consumerism to get you moving.
A seemingly innocent photobooth lures subjects in to grab some old-school selfies, then scares them half to death in this simple, yet effective Halloween prank. It never gets old, does it? (Thanks, Eli!)
If you thought you looked goofy while you were sleeping, you’ve got nothing on this German shepherd dog, who is so captivated by his dream that he looks like a complete fool, oblivious to how silly he looked once he wakes.
SNL parodies young adult movies like The Hunger Games, Maze Runner, and Divergent, in which youth are divided into nonsensically-named groups based on the whim of an evil dictator, and must revolt to defy their labels.
A young man heads off to school without eating his breakfast. What’s a mother to do? Simple. Hunt him down ninja style and force him to eat whether he likes it or not. An amusing animated short by a team of talented French artists.
SNL guest host Bill Hader dons a white beard and parodies those clichéd charity commercials which aim to change the world for “just pennies a day” in this sketch which is both hilarious and a little too true. Also, where can we get a 39 cent cup of joe?
(NSFW: Language) “Can I try it?” A mattress shop owner tries to help a childish man find a soft but sturdy pad for his bed. Because sex happens. Key & Peele locked down one of their best sketches in a long while.