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Goths in Ungothly Places

Goths in Ungothly Places

Goth metal band 2 Shadows have a sense of humor about their style. If you poke around their TikTok channel, you’ll find a series of “Goths in Ungothly Places” videos that show the band’s members reluctantly enjoying things like a day in the park, going to the amusement park, and working in a wood shop. (Thanks, Maria!)

If English Was Spoken Like German

If English Was Spoken Like German

If you’ve ever taken a German lesson, you know that they often put verbs at the end of their sentences. Football player and filmmaker Nick Alfieri has been learning the language since moving to Germany and put together this amusing video that illustrates the big differences in English and German sentence structure.

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How Lin-Manuel Miranda Orders a Pizza

How Lin-Manuel Miranda Orders a Pizza

Lin-Manuel Miranda is best known for his tour de force music, book, lyrics, and starring performance in Hamilton. Comedian Daniel Thrasher and his friends poke fun at Lin-Manuel’s distinctive style and enunciation as he attempts to place the most ridiculously complicated pizza order ever.

Widdershins

Widdershins

This animated short by Simon Biggs follows the story of a pampered gentleman who has grown overly reliant on his machines. But when he ignores his robot butler’s advice and starts dating a free-spirited woman, all hell breaks loose in his once neat and tidy life.

Shiny Object Syndrome

Shiny Object Syndrome

Given the nature of our website, we’re self-admittedly a bit materialistic. But that’s because there’s just too much cool new stuff out there. Daniel Thrasher is going through a similar problem and he wrote a little novelty song about his obsession with shiny new objects.

What Meetings Sound Like to Interns

What Meetings Sound Like to Interns

If you’ve ever had to sit through a corporate conference call, you can probably relate to Nicholas T.’s comedy sketch. It roasts the kind of bureaucratic double-speak, buzzword bingo, and nonsensical tech talk that often fills the air. Seriously, why can’t most meetings be an e-mail? (Thanks, Rob!)

NPCs Every Time You Say Something to Them

NPCs Every Time You Say Something to Them

One of the most annoying mechanics in RPGs and adventure games is how NPCs send you on ridiculous side missions in order to give you something you need to progress through the main storyline. RDCworld1 pokes fun at this irritating cliché as a player attempts to get some armor and a sword they need to level up.

Clean up Your Goo

Clean up Your Goo

You know the worst thing about being visited by a ghost? Well, it’s not the hauntings or the creepy noises, it’s the slimy green ectoplasm they leave behind. Droodle has a conversation with the ghost of Joel Haver and asks him to kindly clean up his goo.

Speaking Without the Letter “E”

Speaking Without the Letter “E”

The English language relies heavily on the use of vowels to form words. So imagine if you couldn’t use the letter “E”. Comedian Matt Colbo spoke for more than three minutes straight without using the letter, and it wasn’t easy for him to articulate his thoughts. This 1939 book proves you could tell a 50,000 word story without it.

The Guy Who Invented Everything Bagels

The Guy Who Invented Everything Bagels

If you asked us what’s the one thing you can do to ruin even the best New York bagel, it’s putting too much stuff on top of them. Comedian Andrew Rousso reveals the true story behind the unhinged mind who came up with the idea of “everything” bagels along with a glimpse into his next unnecessary deli food invention.

Using Google Search in 2022

Using Google Search in 2022

There was a time when finding what you wanted on Google was a simple task. But over the years, the ubiquitous search engine has modified its algorithms and design so much that it can overwhelm with irrelevant information and ads. Comedian Ryan George pokes fun at what it’s like to run a search these days.

Dogs vs. Robbers

Dogs vs. Robbers

While some dogs are very protective of their owners and territories, others aren’t quite as tuned into their guard dog instincts. Comedian Jonny Devaney plays the part of both dog and robber to show how different breeds might react to an intruder. His Golden Retriever impression was spot on.

The First Couple to Ever Move in Together

The First Couple to Ever Move in Together

“You know what I think is missing from this relationship? House chores.” The idea of moving in with someone might sound good in concept, but reality can be a lot less awesome. Ryan George and Julie Nolke remind us what living together is really like in this hilarious and relatable comedy sketch. And then there’s getting married.

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MST3K Season 13 (Trailer)

MST3K Season 13 (Trailer)

Will Mystery Science Theater 3000 ever run out of bad movies to scoff at? Nope. MST3K returns for its 13th season, this time with three snarky humans suffering through the cheesy F-movie dreck on the big screen: Kinga Forrester (Felicia Day), loyal henchman Max (Patton Oswalt), and grandmother Pearl Forrester (Mary Jo Pehl).

The Kids in the Hall (Red Band Trailer)

The Kids in the Hall (Red Band Trailer)

(PG-13) After leaving TV in 1995, the sketch comedy geniuses The Kids in the Hall are back. Dave Foley, Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson return for 8 new episodes on Amazon Prime. Expect humor that’s sure to offend those with milder sensitivities, plus guest spots from comedy greats.

Local News on Gas Prices

Local News on Gas Prices

With gas prices on the rise around the world, it’s been a popular topic for news outlets to cover. But without much to actually say, they’ve turned to a very formulaic approach to reporting the story. Johnbcrist perfectly nailed how most local news stations are covering the subject.

When You Drink Too Much LaCroix

When You Drink Too Much LaCroix

Remember the Fizzy Lifting Drinks scene from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory? Well, if this comedy sketch from Rick Darge and John Weselcouch is to be believed, you can achieve the same basic effect by just drinking way too much LaCroix sparkling water.

Reno 911! Defunded (Trailer)

Reno 911! Defunded (Trailer)

In light of recent events, Reno’s finest have seen their budgets slashed, their toys taken away, and their relationship with the community floundering. With Lieutenant Dangle running the show, this can only go one way… badly. Coming to the Roku Channel 2.25.22.

The Reveal

The Reveal

Rick Darge and Hilary Smith star in this super-short and amusing film about a woman and her desire to see what her partner’s face looks like beneath his facial hair. The moral of the story… some questions are best left unanswered.

How to Hide Things

How to Hide Things

Comedian Alex Falcone says he has nothing to hide, but that doesn’t stop him from coming up with hiding places for things that don’t really need to be hidden, like his Flonase, Benadryl, and other stuff that nobody would want to steal.

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Gen-Z Kids as Parents

Gen-Z Kids as Parents

With their heads down on their phones watching 15-second TikTok videos and trading NFTs, Gen-Z kids are growing very differently than we did. Comedian Matt Colbo hilariously imagines what life will be like when they grow up and have their own kids that they don’t understand.

PIPNIC

PIPNIC

Pip Ketchip and Nic Musterd are friends. One day, they stop to enjoy lunch outdoors and strike up a conversation about tap water, bicycles, vacuum cleaners, and bear attacks. And then The Fuzz turns up. Real Big Boys knocked it out of the park with their comedy sketch about homophones.

Running Away from Different Things

Running Away from Different Things

From buzzing bees to bullies, there are many times in life we need to run away from things. Daniel LaBelle uses his brand of physical comedy to demonstrate some of the ways in which we approach each kind of getaway differently. That Mountain Dew run is the worst.

Floaters: The Big Number Two

Floaters: The Big Number Two

(PG-13: Language) Filmmakers Karl Poyzer and Joe Roberts follow up their hilarious sci-fi comedy short Floaters with a sequel about two oblivious pilots discussing their daring, but ill-conceived escape from a high-security space prison. Zach Braff and Joel Fry provide their voices this time.

The First Snowman

The First Snowman

Making a snowman is a fun winter pastime. Still, there’s very little in common between a snow-man and a hu-man. Comedian Ryan George illustrates that point in his sketch about what must have been going through the mind of the first guy ever to build a snowman.

Slide Slide Slippity-Slide

Slide Slide Slippity-Slide

Daniel LaBelle demonstrates what life would be like if people didn’t pick up their feet to walk places, and instead could only slide to their destinations. The idea works great if you live at the top of a hill, but getting back home is a bitch.

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