After being revealed as The Stig, Schumacher has already gone afoul of the law: okay, not really, but this video with opera singers, mud and a hooptie shows the dangers of driving drunk.
Worth1000.com is at it again, this time remixing sci-fi characters with other well-known Hollywood flicks; predictably, it’s packed with plenty of Star Wars and Terminator references.
Most kids have PB&J, but Mario and Luigi’s Lunchtime is a recipe for roid rage with muscle-building shrooms, flowers that make you breathe fire and rampage-inducing stars.
Because there’s no quicker way to get relieved of duty on the Enterprise bridge than to get your sci-fi franchises mixed up: Star Wars: Confusion gets lost in a galaxy far, far away.
Playing off the UK’s mania for Top Gear, Australian TV show hosts see how far they can get impersonating the Stig and borrowing other people’s cars; the answer: oui, oui, monsieur.
This Musical Elitism Venn Diagram t-shirt describes the difficult life of a music snob: pop culture is the kiss of death, forcing these picky grazers to move to newer, hipper locales.
Microsoft’s Bing “decision” engine has done fairly well, but Googling with Bing puts into perspective a certain 800 pound gorilla in Silicon Valley that is synonymous with search.
Poor, poor, Ringo: any fan of The Beatles knows that he was the odd man out; College Humor puts the fourth Fab Four’s plight into focus with Ringo Wants To Sing More.
The acting for Transformers 2: Revenge of the Twitter Icons is corny and the plot even moreso, but then again, we could say the same for Michael Bay’s new movie. Thanks, Tenshi!
Buzz Aldrin records his latest track, Rocket Experience (buy it at iTunes), at the studio with Snoop Dog and Talib Kweli; best line ever by Snoop Dog: “Buzz Aldrin is so gangsta!”
The strangest thing about this Uncle Gary trailer for Saints Row 2’s UnKut DLC isn’t really Gary Busey’s maniacal laughter; it’s that we think it’s pretty normal behavior for him.
“Oh, crap!” moments are part of life, but an astronaut’s work is far from trivial–this Crack! t-shirt by Joshua Kemble illustrates both the sheer beauty and deadliness of space.
We’re not sure you’d want to be flashing the Geek Hand Sign in south-central LA, but even coders and web-devs have their own subculture–except they tag code instead of walls.
In honor of this Father’s Day, we present to you ManBabies.com: sure, the premise is simple to the point of stupid, but we dare you not to laugh at these father-son odd couples.
This roast of Obama by John Hodgman makes our geeky hearts to shed a tear–it calls POTUS 44 the first nerd president ever, with pithy references to Superman, Spock and Dune.
We don’t advocate making war on your neighbor, but if you’ve exhausted peaceful options, Annoy Your Neighbor evens the score: it’s a CD with 99 tracks of pure audio irritation.
Starring Woody Harrelson, this trailer for Zombieland looks freakin’ awesome; it’s an undead comedy that mixes Shaun of the Dead’s irreverent humor with Fanboys’ roadtrip plot.
Killing two birds (or lambs) with one stone, this gingerbread Dr. Hannibal Lecter can always satisfy his gruesome habits: if he runs out of victims, Cannibal only need eat himself.
He’s Barack Obama isn’t as edgy as JibJab’s past work, but is well animated; it’s surprisingly palatable for both Republicans and Democrats–satire for the former, chest-thumping for the latter.
Atom.com pokes fun at this summer’s wave of movies based on 80s toons with Toy Movies; Care Bears, My Little Pony and The Smurfs all go Hollywood in a very bad way.
We tried our best to ignore it, but Dr. Manhattan’s Pants brings the glowing blue dude’s conspicuous lack of apparel front and center; best line: “Put Ozymandias’ pants back on now!”
Seeing two hot chicks go at it in the supermarket over Mountain Dew is about as likely as seeing the same two playing World of Warcraft, so consider the TV spot above a gift from the gods.
Available today only (6/17) at TeeFury, David Staffell’s Hunting is No Joke t-shirt is a tongue-in-cheek look at what happens when you blend retro graphics with real-world expectations.
Improv Everywhere’s MP3 Experiment Six takes over New York’s Roosevelt Island with 2,000 folks listening to the same MP3 at the same time and following its goofy instructions.
We promise you’ll never look at facial hair again after examining Mike Stefanini’s Mario’s Mustaches; it shows off styles from the Chaplin and Ringo Starr to the Gandhi and Burt Reynolds.
Sesame Street turns into the mean streets with this Puppet Brawlin’ tee; cookies fly as this Street Fighter-styled shirt depicts Big Bird and the Cookie Monster getting their feathers ruffled.
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