Lots of questionable things happen in life and at work. Clearly, you require a coffee mug that expresses your continual state of disbelief. Meriwether’s 16 oz. ceramic mug does a perfect job conveying your incredulity with the phrase “What (and I cannot stress this enough) the f**k?” done up in a pleasing script typeface.
Awesome Funny Stuff
Made from a single long zipper, this goofy-looking case keeps watch over your pens, pencils, and other small items. Its big shiny teeth are ready to chomp down on anyone who would dare reach inside without your permission. Choose from black, blue, pink, purple, lilac, or red monsters.
Musician Andre Antunes is back with another musical reinterpretation of a viral video. This time, he took footage of a preacher speaking in tongues during her sermon and gave her chant an uplifting ska-reggae riddim. Todor Tchobanov, Pedro Azevedo, and Paulo Fragoso provided the brass and woodwind section.
This short fan film by Alessandro Costanzo envisions what might have happened after the end of Spider-Man No Way Home, and that Andrew Garfield’s Peter 3 met up with Emma Stone’s Spider-Gwen. They pulled off the trickery using deepfake tech, applying the original actors’ faces onto new actors and dubbing new voices. (Thanks, Rob!)
Adam from North of the Border turns his attention from making creepy-looking cartoon characters to making creepy-looking food. Inspired by JackJack’s killer cheeseburger sculpt, Adam’s bowl is filled with toothy fruit that looks like it was harvested from the Upside Down.
There are a number of legitimate robot lawnmowers on the market today, but none are as quite as exciting as the one that I Did a Thing built for himself. Instead of navigating on its own, this robot features an FPV remote control setup, and it looks terrifying. We cringed every time we saw him walking near it without shoes on.
The Hulk and Thor have joined forces in the MCU, but this isn’t the first time they got together on screen. In 1988, the made-for-TV movie Incredible Hulk Returns brought back Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno in an overacting competition with Eric Allan Kramer as a fair-haired Viking warrior who laughs way too much.
Recently, NERF revealed its new mascot, Murph. This goofball kind of looks like a walking Koosh ball because their hairy body is made up of hundreds of NERF darts. They look pretty awesome just standing still, but the real magic comes when Murph gets their groove on. Follow Murph’s adventures on the NERF TikTok channel.
With news that Deadpool 3 will bring the character to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, TortillaDelta13 couldn’t wait for the movie to come out. So they got to work editing footage of Ryan Reynolds’ snarky hero into scenes from The Avengers and other MCU flicks as Nick Fury’s gun-for-hire to take down Loki.
There’s something so satisfying about how you reload weapons in video games. In this compilation video by Kommander Karl, he shows how you can use the same method to reload everyday items like a vacuum cleaner, a toaster, and a pencil sharpener. We do the same thing every time we use a caulk gun.
You know what would have made the Jurassic Park movies better? If the dinosaurs wielded weapons. Imagine if the velociraptors had Gatling guns or if the T-Rexes had flamethrowers. North of the Border gives us one of those things by sculpting a the king of the dinosaurs cosplaying as a fire-breathing dragon.
Here, kitty kitty! What’s that you say? Meow’ll be back? Get to the catnip? Littlebigdaddy redubbed a series of cat videos, replacing the the meows with an exaggerated impression of Arnold Schwarzenegger. The result is internet gold… at least until it gets really annoying.
Going to the beach and eating pepperoni pizza are two of our favorite things, so this microfiber beach blanket makes perfect sense to us. While you can’t actually eat this 5-foot diameter pepperoni pie, you can always use your phone to have a pizza delivered while you sunbathe on it.
We’ve long been fans of artist Glenn Jones’ cheeky illustrations. Here, he envisions a world in which Snoopy and Woodstock are balloon animals. Even their doghouse is inflatable. The playful image is available on various shirts, including tees, tanks, sweatshirts, and hoodies. Now we want to see the rest of the balloon Peanuts.
The English language relies heavily on the use of vowels to form words. So imagine if you couldn’t use the letter “E”. Comedian Matt Colbo spoke for more than three minutes straight without using the letter, and it wasn’t easy for him to articulate his thoughts. This 1939 book proves you could tell a 50,000 word story without it.
After creeping us out with his realistic LEGO minifigure, we figured North of the Border’s take on The Minions would be similarly disturbing. His polymer clay versions of Minions Bob, Stuart, and Kevin are decidedly less appealing than their movie counterparts. All three of them could use a visit to the dentist.
Now that Stranger Things 4 is complete, we were finally starting to get Running Up That Hill out of our heads. But the Kate Bush earworm is back since we heard this version by KestrelTapes in which he played the track on a 30-pound keyboard while actually running up a hill. As far as we know, no deals were made with God.
“Girls with blue whiskers tied up with noodles… These are a few of my favorite things.” Sound collage artists Negativland’s deranged edit of My Favorite Things from The Sound of Music dates back a decade but was too hilarious to pass up. Their take on There’s No Business Like Show Business is similarly bonkers.
Back in the day, some cars had a vent placed under the dashboard to blow cool air towards your crotch. For some reason, modern cars don’t offer this feature, so Unnecessary Inventions got to work building an add-on designed specifically for cooling your privates while driving. We’re also jealous that he has a Bronco.
After being annoyed at his friends for riding on scooters, a guy smashes a bunch of the two-wheelers in a back alley. But instead of destroying them, they come to life as a robot. Peter France’s sci-fi comedy is one of the most endearing short films we’ve seen in a while. It’s like Short Circuit meets CHAPPiE but with scooters.
Love the sweet smell of breakfast cereal? General Mills has got you covered with this series of candles imbued with the aromas of some of the most popular cereals. They come in Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lucky Charms, Trix, Cocoa Puffs, and Honey Nut Cheerios scents. Each candle has a triple wick and burns for up to 35 hours.
Pilgrim Soul’s unique journal is designed to stimulate creative thought with more than 50 fun exercises to loosen up your brain. Its creators say it’s best used when you’re high, which could also make your ideas a whole lot funnier too. The next time your boss wants to do a “brainstorming” session, whip out a stack of these.
The crew at Quick Stop Groceries continues to live in a state of arrested development when Randal has a brush with death. So he decides to make a movie about his life as a store clerk. Kevin Smith gets real meta by returning to the characters that put him on the map in 1994.