Illustrator Matt Lassen gave a variety of popular cartoon characters a makeover, giving them beards, stubble, and other facial hair, tattoos, funky glasses, PBR and an attitude. We like how Bart Simpson has a handlebar on his face, but none on his olde timey bicycle.
Kermit the frog calls into question Fozzie Bear’s very existence, and Piggy and Kermie share an intimate moment in these improv screen tests between Jim Henson and Frank Oz during the filming of the 1979 classic The Muppet Movie.
Saturday Night Live guest host Julia Louis-Dreyfus pokes fun at electric cars with a hilarious mock commercial for Mercedes-Benz’ new green luxury vehicle – an amazing new car which runs on battery power, yet needs no charging stations or power outlets.
A seagull spots another seagull moving in on its territory, and gives it a stern warning to keep away. The only problem is the other bird is just its reflection it a car’s shiny bumper cover. Guess you can’t expect too much from a brain the size of a pea.
A couple of tigers in captivity at Ireland’s Dublin Zoo had a little bit of a spat when one of them decided to wake the other from its deep slumber. This is exactly how we react when awakened from our afternoon power naps.
(PG-13) “If there’s one thing I know about myself, it’s that once panic takes over, anything is possible.” YouTube’s fountain of wisdom exhibits something we never thought he could have: self-doubt. But if you believe in yourself, you can accomplish great things. You perv.
A YMCA wants to save money by consolidating related clubs, and it’s called the head of the feminist and masculinist clubs to tell them the bad news. But as it turns out, their clubs actually see eye to eye… for all the wrong reasons.
In recent years, the term “catfishing” has come to mean the act of taking on a fictitious persona that’s very different than they actually are. That’s exactly what happened to Lance Burgos and his son when they were fishing for actual catfish in St. Martinville, Louisiana.
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