We’ve seen Baconnaise, bacon t-shirts and a bacon lance of death, so why not bacon-flavored vodka? Bakon is made from Idaho potatoes and infused with the taste of peppered bacon.
Worshipped by students but anathema to college professors and teaching assistants, we actually used Wikipedia while writing this post to figure out what anathema means; Thanks, Wikipedia!
Those of us not brave enough to quit our jobs in a blaze of nerf glory can still subvert the man with Twisted Ties; they may be dapper on the front but are deviant on the back.
The perils of time travel are well-known( if not understood), but we love Unpossible for its humorous take on the paradoxes (and bloody noses) you’ll no doubt create by meeting yourself.
The sounds of screaming tweens have kept us from seeing Twilight, but Twilight with Cheeseburgers is one flick we might just see with overdramatic acting, music and beef patties.
Made by a student for a non-linear editing class, Henson’s 11 is a hilarious remix of an Ocean’s Eleven trailer and The Great Muppet Caper; we’d pick Kermit over George Clooney any day.
Few things are as reviled in the workplace as meetings; Five Minutes To Kill Yourself tasks you with impaling, flambe-ing and maiming yourself so you can skip that next boring meeting.
Most cubicle drones have a few covert napping trips, but [email protected] really ups the ante with a retinue of common office sounds including keyboard taps and paper rustling.
Capcom’s Bionic Fireman is a viral video done in style: it shows an alternate use for the Bionic Commando’s grappling arm, but both we and the kitty think he should keep his day job.
So bad it’s good, this hastily made Cleveland tourism video might just do wonders for the local economy; as one commenter put it, it’s got Saturday Night Live written all over it.
NSFW x a billion: One-Eyed Monster stars porn star Ron Jeremy in a horror/comedy flick about a certain famous “member”; folks, do not watch this anywhere near children.
Rome celebrated its 2,762nd birthday in style with a modern Roman chariot race in the ancient Circus Maximus, albeit with bicycles instead of horses and spandex instead of armor.
Gavin Halfleft of Negative Gamer has finally found a use for those burping Xbox Avatars: listen as he belches out this stomach churning rendition of the Tetris theme song.
Brains are pretty high in cholesterol, so it’s a good idea for zombies to regularly hit the treadmill: this Eternal Exercise t-shirt gives new meaning to notions of the “walking undead.”
We’ve got zombie stormtroopers, card games, and weaponry, so why not Zombie Haiku? The undead reveal their penchant for the good ol’ 5-7-5; most poetic? “BRAINS”, 17 times in a row.
The Empire goes green with its Star Wars Organics tees; all across the galaxy, Jawas recycle, Rebels ride tauntauns to work and Vader force chokes anyone who starts wildfires.
Participating in memes, let alone understanding them seems a waste of brain cells, but Rocketbooms’ Know Your Meme: Yo Dawg about Pimp My Ride is not only hilarious but educational.
French prankster RÃ©mi Gaillard (remember his Real Life Mario Kart) is back again with Real Life Pac Man; it’s disturbingly asinine a-la MTV’s Jackass, but we couldn’t help laughing anyway.
Dark Maze Studios is nuts: they’re releasing a retro-packaged DVD on 4/24 of Rampage, a 23 year-old Turkish rip-off of Rambo with laughable sound effects and really bad hair.
Resident Evil 5 is many things, but its Versus Mode is not a run-and-gun shooter, especially in multiplayer; this goofy real-life spoof makes its limitations painfully obvious.
We’d always wondered why the Empire’s AT-AT walkers seemed a bit arthritic: rubyred’s AT-AT Anatomy t-shirt gives us a rare glimpse at the bones inside the feared walker.
The same folks who brought us that Star Wars x Dallas mashup are back, this time with MacGyver; it’s basically one action sequence after another, making it downright fun in an 80s-tastic way.
Fellow trekkies, let’s face it: the whole pointy eared thing is not a babe magnet, nor is the hand salute; hopefully, you won’t be wearing this V is for Virgin tee at your next pon farr.
Adolescent gaming behavior meets very grown-up realities with The Clan, a goofy short film directed by Scott Patch about a group of slightly aged Xbox Live gamers; please, more!
If you haven’t already gorged yourself into an Easter-induced sugar coma, Peep Show III is a collection of 40 highly creative (and often eccentric) dioramas using marshmallow Peeps.
If you liked the Periodic Table of Controllers, this Gaming Revolution t-shirt unites said controllers into a glorious console’s revolution; seriously, folks, this one’s a must for gamers!
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