The goose in Untitled Goose Game causes all kinds of trouble. Thanks to Nihilist Grandma, you can put this annoying avian to good use. Their 3D-printed statue has a strong magnet installed under its beak for holding small tools, keys, or other metal objects. Comes in 9″ and 14″ sizes. Expect lengthy ship times due to popularity.
THE BEST Funny Stuff
Cryo115 came up with this crazy AI-powered lipsync of The Lord of the Rings’ loathsome little character Gollum, and the ridiculous 1990s song The Scatman. The result is like peanut butter and chocolate coming together, except it’s two strange tastes that taste stranger together.
Now that you’ve got that dumpster fire figure, round out your 2020 toy collection with the official Funko POP! version of KC Green’s nonchalant This Is Fine dog, complete with his coffee mug and flames licking at his chair. Pre-order now for 12.2020 delivery. In the mean time, find more This Is Fine goodies over on Topatoco.
Rock out with all your favorite metal bands every time you take a nap. These silly home accessories from Threadless and designer Grant Shepley looks like concert posters, but the headliners and second-stage acts are all made entirely from actual metal. Available in blankets, duvets, throw pillows, shower curtains, and bath mats.
Editor ThorC1138 put together this fantastic montage of movie scenes which take place in or around bathtubs. In all, there are over 150 different films, with memorable scenes from everything from Scarface, to Blazing Saddles, to The Jerk, to The Shining, to A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Do you have a tendency to get into all kinds of trouble? Document your many trials and tribulations in this red velvet journal letterpressed with “Consequences of My Own Actions (Volume 1)” on its cover. The 5″ x 7″ journal is perfect for keeping track of all of your bad decisions, so you can either avoid or replicate them in the future.
Filmmaker Terrence Malick is known for creating stylish, cerebral cinema like The Tree of Life and The Thin Red Line. The guys from Slate brilliantly recut footage from Ben Stiller’s notably more silly Zoolander and turn it into one of the acclaimed writer/director’s highbrow art house films.
Tired of people wandering into your cubicle and swiping your office supplies? Put a stop to that with Archie McPhee’s Office Possum. With its beady little eyes, gnashing teeth, and tendency to hang out in trash cans, it’s sure to deter anyone who dares to cross the threshold into your personal space.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) Let’s face it. Michael Reeves has built some weird stuff. Now, thanks to a sponsorship from Amazon series The Boys, he got to build a laser-eyed baby just like the one that Billy Butcher wields in the show. Though he struggles a little to meet the demands of Amazon’s marketing department.
The Martin Scorsese classic Taxi Driver and the TV series Taxi have at least a few things in common: a New York City setting, an ensemble of quirky characters, and… taxi cabs. So it made perfect sense to video editor kingkida to combine the two, giving Robert De Niro a starring role on a 1970s ABC sitcom.
There I Ruined It upholds its sworn duty to destroy songs with yet another unwanted reworking of a classic track. This time, they took Survivor’s victorious rock anthem from Rocky III and turned it into a really bad 1950’s doo-wop song. Hit play at your own risk.
We’re both baffled and intrigued by this video footage of a seal as it emerges from a pool in Hokkaido, Japan into a see-through ring that rises above the surface. It looks like the adorable marine animal has entered an anti-gravity chamber, but we think that it’s just filled with water. More floating seal goodness here.
(PG-13: Gore) With its over-the-top violence and incredibly questionable morality, the Amazon Prime series The Boys is definitely not for everyone. We enjoyed the wild ride for its first season, and are looking forward to seeing what’s next. Of course, Screen Junkies has a thing or two to say before season two kicks off.
Best known for his roles in the Indiana Jones and Lord of the Rings movies, actor John Rhys-Davies recently started his own YouTube channel. Among the many charming, witty, and insightful clips you can find there is this amusing video, in which he welcomes visitors to his channel from his home in the Isle of Man.
Illustrator Heather Buchanan makes a variety of amusing greeting cards based on actors and the characters they have played. Whether you’re a Keanu fan or love Star Trek: The Next Generation, there’s a little something for everyone, and plenty of bad puns to be had. We also love her pop culture print series.
Rather than doing battle with the squirrels in his backyard, builder Michael Dutko of Duke Harmon Woodworking built himself the fanciest squirrel feeder we’ve ever seen. The Nutty Bar serves seven different artisanal nut and seed varieties on tap for his furry rodent friends.
What if God was an amateur computer programmer, and Earth was just one of the experiments he created using a graphical world-building application? That’s the setup for Magnus Møller, Mette Tange, and Peter Smith’s silly animated short film for Tumblehead. It also explains where that whole flat Earth thing came from.
The night is dark and full of terrors. Show them you’re someone to be feared with this goofy vampire tee from LookHUMAN. We think it looks best in black, but it also comes in heather grey. The terrifying image also comes on mugs, pillows, totes, hoodies, tank tops, sweatshirts. Save 30% for a limited time with code SPLASH.
Light a flame and say a prayer to Saint Sweatpantsia, the patron saint of homebodies. This 12.5″ tall prayer candle features an image of the bespectacled holy woman, decked out in her ocean blue snuggie, bunny slippers, and knit skull cap, ready to lounge on the couch and possibly dial in for a Zoom call.
Lots of songs share similar melodies. But we didn’t realize just how common the problem was until we watched Seth Everman’s video, in which he tries to figure out what song a familiar four-note pattern came from. Ah… so THAT was the tune he was thinking of.
A house in Pataskala, Ohio is minding its own business when an unexpected visitor arrives at its front door. But this isn’t just some annoying door-to-door salesman, it’s an errant car tire which has separated from a vehicle and comes flying at the house at roughly 65 mph. At least it has the courtesy to use the doorbell.
Gift shop SnarkyFlair offers this line of handmade soy candles that make great birthday presents. Each one features a sarcastic and concise assessment of the recipient’s character, along with an appropriately delightful candle scent. Each 10 oz. candle has a rose gold lid and burns for about 45 hours.
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