“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.
(PG-13: Language) We’ve all been there. You’ve got a Netflix and Chill night on the books, but you can’t decide what to watch for the Netflix part. Joel Haver’s comedy sketch perfectly captures the most awkward part of couch-based dating and is packed with hilarious fake movie graphics.
“Who should pay on a date? This depends on if you made a YouTube video that month or not.” Casually Explained offers up some of his typically sage advice on dating. In addition to some of the things you definitely shouldn’t do when you meet someone new, he’s actually got some good pointers on avoiding awkwardness.
(PG-13: Language) “Do you have 11 protons? Because you’re SO-dium fine.” It’s hard to kick off a convo with a stranger, but we can say with a high degree of certainty that none of the pickup lines featured in WatchCut’s clip will get you a date, much less into anyone’s pants.
“If you’re a girl, you’ll probably be hearing a lot of ‘what were you thinking?’ and if you’re a guy, you’ll probably be hearing a lot of ‘dude, nice!'” Casually Explained provides some guidance on how to handle casual flings – assuming you can make one happen.
“They call me TINDER. When I swipe left, people die!” Rooster Teeth envisions the birth of Tinder and other silly online dating apps in the same cheesy way that Hollywood portrays the origin stories of superheroes. Seriously, does anyone actually use FarmersOnly.com?