YouTuber Tom Scott remapped the keys of 14 computer keyboards to each of the over 1,000 emoji and placed an illustration of the respective icon over each key by hand to create a physical emoji keyboard. He grouped the keys category for “ease of use.” 😳
Give yourself a title promotion or just express your thoughts with one of these amusing old school name plates for your desk. They’re guaranteed to get a laugh from coworkers, and draw the ire of humorless bosses and HR bureaucrats.
J.C. Reifenberg’s short film is about a kid in 1978 playing with toys and homemade props. Nothing more, nothing less. Some origin stories are only spectacular in hindsight. Now wouldn’t it be funny if The Force Awakens turned out to be bad?
Mickey Mouse wants to go to the beach, but his car doesn’t want to take him there. Disney shows us the perils of (more than) autonomous vehicles in this silly short, featuring one of the best Mickey jokes we’ve ever heard.
(S9E1 spoilers) To kick off the new season of Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi made a very special entrance as he turned up to a medieval axe fight with the wrong sort of axe. Don’t worry, this stuff will be hilarious in a couple hundred years. Do please stick around.
This CGI viscosity demo proves oddly satisfying, as various putty and liquid creatures are stacked and smashed onto one another, resulting in some hilarious outcomes. Even the goopy and toothspasty bits in the middle are hypnotic.
Not only does this raccoon have the gall to steal the cat’s food, she has the audacity to come and bang on the glass door with a rock until they feed it again. Contrary to the narrator, Rocksy is neither cute nor wonderful. She’s brash and kind of an asshole.
James Corden invited Stevie Wonder for a ride in his Range Rover, first as a driver – but quickly switching gears to perform a number of his tunes from the passenger seat. Stevie’s comedic chops are as brilliant as his vocals.
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