(PG-13) “We’re going to use Snapchat in 12 easy steps!” SquirrelMonkeyCom resumes its Wonders of the World Wide Web parody series, this time to imagine what it would be like if Snapchat launched in the late ’90s. Some of it is exaggerated, but the struggle was indeed real.
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If Lexus’ latest automotive autonomy feature sounds too good to be true, that’s because it’s way too close to April Fools Day for us to buy it. Still, the idea that you could force annoying drivers to move out of your way remotely should come standard on all modern vehicles.
Comedian Justin Cousson is sick and tired of cleaning up after his roommate. So he decided to shame his messy friend in a refined yet humorous manner, portraying his roommate’s destruction as art. We should just use a giant “mixed media” tag as our welcome mat.
(PG-13: Language) “It’s the first ever Chevy Cruze hatchback.” “I hope it’s the last.” Mahk of Zebra Corner continues his one-man crusade against Chevrolet’s car ads that feature some of the most easily impressed people on Earth. It’s like they’ve only seen cars in junkyards.
(PG-13: Language) Did you know that it’s illegal for civilians to wear camouflage clothing in public in Jamaica? Or that you can get arrested in China for reincarnating without the government’s permission? All that and more in Sam O’Nella Academy’s video.
A fantastic commercial for Virgin’s high-speed data service, which mashes up all kinds of movie genres in a single scene. It plays out in a tunnel straight out of Star Wars, but features all kinds of anachronistic and misplaced characters in a thrilling chase sequence.
The great Stephen Hawking appeared in a skit made by UK charity Comic Relief. It’s about him looking for a new voice for his text-to-speech device. Sadly, none of the correct options were available: Morgan Freeman, James Earl Jones, or Gilbert Gottfried. It’s not rocket science.
“I think the reason I’ve been able to burn so many calories is I grew this big beard. And it’s very hungry.” WWE wrestler Paul Wright II aka “The Big Show” dropped by Conan to talk about losing 90lb, what The Rock’s success means to his colleagues and more.
“It turns out the whole tutorial is pretty much designed to sell you the College or University DLC.” Casually Explained continues his video game-themed explanation of the great MMORPG that is life. He underestimates the tutorial stage, but he’s spot on with the rest.
It’s cash in time! On the eve of the new Power Rangers film, Screen Junkies takes a look at the 1995 movie adaptation of the TV series. It’s a hilarious reminder that the show is about two cool things – helmets and giant robots – buried in hot garbage.
What was one of the most popular videos in the early days of YouTube gets revisited, with the cast of finger puppet Harry Potter reuniting to celebrate 10 years since the original, and taking advantage of today’s much improved video streaming quality.
The perfect way to serve up melon at parties. This ceramic watermelon-slash-shark will hold onto your fruit or other snacks, and is way easier and more permanent way to do it than carving one from an actual watermelon. You Martha Stewart types can try that instead.