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F’Yeah Mug

F’Yeah Mug

Having a great day? Then share how you’re really feeling with Fred’s profanity-laden coffee mug. It’s got four-times the F’Yeahs, done up in a spiffy 1970s typeface and color scheme. Holds 16 ounces of your favorite hot stuff, plus it’s microwave and dishwasher safe.

Dig Your Own Grave

Dig Your Own Grave

(PG-13: Language) “Do you have any work gloves or anything? This is like a huge job.” A loan shark’s hitman takes a debtor out to the middle of nowhere, and demands that he dig his own grave. But fulfilling this TV and movie trope isn’t as easy as it sounds in Kirk Larsen’s darkly comedic short film.

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Pete Holmes’ Badman: Complete

Pete Holmes’ Badman: Complete

(PG-13: Language) CollegeHumor gathered up all of the clips from Pete Holmes‘ classic Batman parody series, and smooshed them together into a single compilation. Block out the next 51 minutes on your schedule for a hilarious sequence of marble-mouthed scenery-chewing and ridiculous crime-fighting action.

Cash Money Packaging

Cash Money Packaging

Since his kids seemed to only want cash for gifts this year, Donnachaidha O’Chionnaigh of TwoClawsMedia decided to package up his holiday presents like action figures anyhow, rather than just handing over a fifty. He was also kind enough to share the designs in case you want to print up some for yourself.

Blowtorch Popcorn

Blowtorch Popcorn

This silly little video clip from filmmakers Zita and Rafael of Crictor may be short, but it’s immensely satisfying. Watch as a single kernel of popcorn is dropped into a blow torch, and somehow ends up floating perfectly atop the wind made by a hair dryer. We wonder just how many takes it took them to get this just right.

Russian Cybertruck

Russian Cybertruck

Why wait until 2021 for Tesla to start shipping Cybertrucks, when you can just build your own? That’s what the guys from Russian car-hacking channel Garage 54 did. While their version of the primitive looking truck looks the part, we’re certain the formerly concrete-armored UAZ truck it’s built on isn’t very energy efficient.

The Memeing of Life

The Memeing of Life

Whether you’re obsessed with memes, or are a meme newbie, Sean Murphy and James Richards’ book is here to help, with stories about why memes exist, along with popular internet memes, their origins, and in the rare case that they actually have meaning, that too.

Schmoyoho: Goodbye, 2010s

Schmoyoho: Goodbye, 2010s

The Gregory Brothers aka Schmoyoho take us back in the rewind machine to some of the memes they songified over the course of the last 10 years. With classics like Bedroom Intruder, the Backin’ Up lady, and the Dayum Dayum Dayum guy, it brought a little tear to our eye.

Dunkey’s Best of 2019

Dunkey’s Best of 2019

(PG-13: Language) With so many A-list titles delayed into 2020, this past year wasn’t the most memorable for video games. Videogamedunkey looks back at the year that was, and a handful of game titles that actually stood out from the relatively mediocre crowd.

10 New Year’s Eve Traditions

10 New Year’s Eve Traditions

Mario and Fafa get ready to ring in the new decade with a celebration of New Year’s Eve traditions around the globe. From pouring molten tin into cold water in Finland, to hanging onions on doors in Greece, to the dropping of the ball in New York, one thing holds true… they’re all pretty weird.

Strange Planet

Strange Planet

“Let us store irregular shapes inside shapes with flat surfaces.” Author Nathan W. Pyle’s charming and hilarious Instagram is now a book, filled with panel after panel of alien beings as they find their place and build their lives on an unfamiliar planet.

My Stick!

My Stick!

After tickling our ears with songs like “Bushes of Love“, “It’s Not a Moon“, and “Seagulls (Stop It Now)“, Bad Lip Reading has bestowed another silly Star Wars song upon us, featuring Jedi master Yoda schooling Luke Skywalker with his special Force-powered stick as they sit by a roaring campfire.

Super Showdown Bowl

Super Showdown Bowl

After wowing us with their Super Hero Bowl and Super Villain Bowl, Joe and Rita of ArtSpear Entertainment are back with their most epic assembly of characters yet, as Good and Evil must team up to battle an even more terrifying force, known as OSCAR. And this golden guy eats Infinity Stones as a snack.

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SNL: Christmas Songs

SNL: Christmas Songs

Saturday Night Live celebrates the holidays with this great compilation of Christmas tunes featured on the late night show over the years. Enjoy classics like “I Wish It Was Christmas Today,” “Office Christmas Party,” “Jingle Barack,” and “Bring It on Down to Wrappinville.”

Cube

Cube

A cocky assassin prepares to head off on one final mission, but before he heads out, he meets up with a couple of technicians to pick up some equipment. Good Cop Great Cop’s skit is a great parody of a classic spy flick trope – the gadget scene.

Laws Broken: Home Alone

Laws Broken: Home Alone

We already think that Kevin McAllister’s deadly booby traps in Home Alone should have been enough to land him in juvy, but as LegalEagle points out, Kevin’s battery charges are only the tip of the law-breaking iceberg in the holiday classic.

On a Scale of One to T-Rex

On a Scale of One to T-Rex

A hilarious party game from the makers of Exploding Kittens and The Mind, On a Scale of One to T-Rex is described as “a card game for people who are bad at charades.” Players must perform a known action at a particular intensity level, and win rounds by guessing who else did it at the same level as each other.

Comedy Classic: Santa Conan

Comedy Classic: Santa Conan

Team Coco dug up this holiday classic from the 12/23/1993 episode of Late Night with Conan O’Brien, in which our lovable host let some children sit on his lap and asked them what they wanted for Christmas. Of course, their requests were a little different than the usual video games, dolls, and footballs.

The Flying Roomba

The Flying Roomba

One of the big problems with Roombas and other robot vacuum cleaners is that they can’t go up or down stairs. Leave it to builder Peter Sripol and his pals to come up with a solution. They attached three ducted fans to a cheap Roomba knock-off, so it can fly like a drone between floors.

The Silly Duck Wizard

The Silly Duck Wizard

There’s something about the craft that goes into stop-motion animation that makes it so special top us. In this short clip by Terry Ibele of Terrymation, we meet a goofy wizard who seems to only know how to cast a single spell. The character is brought to life wonderfully through the voice of fellow animator Davey Swatpaz.

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A Life in Numbers

A Life in Numbers

As philosopher Albert Camus said “Life is a sum of all your choices.” In Kingdom of Something’s lighthearted short, they provide some stats about how much of our lives we spend performing everyday tasks, and some of the figures might help you better allocate your time.

Death Probability Comparison

Death Probability Comparison

Every wonder how your time here on Earth might end? Well the guys at Reigarw Comparisons decided to put together a little chart to give us some idea of the likelihoods of some of the many ways in which we could each perish. We wish you each something quick and painless.

Predator Rides an Alien

Predator Rides an Alien

Aliens and Predators are natural enemies. So it’s no wonder someone spotted one of the armor-plated warriors riding his conquest for all to see the spoils of his victory. The man inside the costume is Samai Khammongkul, who likes to spread good cheer around Thailand.

TS: Terminators

TS: Terminators

Terminator: Dark Fate might have underwhelmed at the box office, but we still have a soft spot in our hearts for the franchise. Now, thanks to editor Fabrice Mathieu, multiple T-800s are sent back in time by Skynet to protect Cyberdyne, but John Connor has reprogrammed them to attack each other for our amusement.

RED

RED

Ritzy Animation’s amusing short film follows the journey of a down-on-his-luck Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer after he’s retired from Santa’s crew. But Rudy gets inspired to clean up his act, and again become the powerful sled-puller he once was. Naturally, there’s a training montage.

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