NSFW: Funny Or Die makes fun of Apple’s hyperbolic product teasers, with help from Party Down star Adam Scott. We love how they made the Apple guys seem as insane as the fake ones.
Google promoted Toy Story 3 with this short Search Story, where Woody and friends discover the all-knowing search engine and start messing around with it. Points for pwning Buzz Lightyear.
In this classic episode of the game show Catch Phrase (similar to Pictionary), the show’s mascot Herbie appears to, er, lend a helping hand to the contestants. Yes, this is safe for work.
Lights is one of the songs in Interpol’s self-titled 4th album, coming out on September 7. In the wake of the departure of bassist Carlos D, who left last May, the band has enlisted two new members.
In this insightful video, a charming and confident 24-year old Bruce Lee auditions for the role of Kato in The Green Hornet, showing just how wise and talented he was. His speed was just insane.
During the this week’s really nasty weather, photographer Craig Shimala captured this amazing video of lightning simultaneously striking the three tallest buildings in downtown Chicago.
This 10 second video clip has got us thinking that 1) it’s important to read ahead when you’re a news anchor; and 2) schooling the teleprompter guy in punctuation may not be such a bad idea.
This 2004 TV ad for the Guardian pokes fun at soccer players propensity to overreact to physical (and sometimes non-existent) contact to catch the referee’s attention or to milk the clock.
…especially if your mother is a huge bear. We’re not sure if the cub was stuck, or if it just refused to climb down. But since it ran like hell afterward, we’re assuming it’s the latter.
Play as Nelson Tethers, the US Department of Puzzle Research’s (only) agent, and investigate why an eraser factory has shut down. Filled with humor, suspense, puzzles and gnomes.
The United States has no shortage of renegades-for-hire who are willing to solve your problems for a price; the A-Team is just one of them. But remember: you get what you pay for.
This otherwise calm canine gets all worked up when he’s given the middle finger. We’d say that he’s a smart dog, but then he quickly forgets what just happened and sets himself up for more.
Everyone knows Andy Murray is good at tennis, but did you know how accurate he really is? The tricks in this ad are obviously fake, but it’s entertaining nonetheless. Tennis skeet shooting FTW!
We could all learn a lesson from this tortoise, who stops from its leisurely stroll to help a fellow in need. We wish the rescued tortoise would show more gratitude to the hero in a half-shell.