There’s a lot of anger and hostility in the world today. Rather than take out your angst on your fellow humans, we suggest punching inanimate objects, or maybe just performing everyday tasks as aggressively as you can. Comedian Daniel LaBelle is here to show us how. Be sure to catch part two for more aggressive behavior.
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Taking classes online has its share of challenges, especially when it comes to hearing things when the audio sucks. It gets even worse when it comes to trade schools, where power tools can drown out even the loudest of teachers. Anyone who’s ever taken a shop class can surely relate to MenzMade’s silly video.
(PG-13: Language) “Stir the sandwich… and slice the tea.” A woman answers her phone only to be met with demands from a mysterious caller lurking in the shed in her backyard. Francis Higgins and Viper Films poke fun at a classic horror film trope in this silly, but absolutely perfect little skit.
Anyone in a serious relationship knows that communication and compromise are key to a fruitful partnership. Comedian Stevie Emerson envisions a conversation with his girlfriend is much like the business negotiations on an episode of Shark Tank. We’re just really glad he’s not dating Kevin O’Leary.
CollegeHumor returns to the comedy well with an animated installment of their hilarious “If Google Was a Guy” series. While most of the questions asked relate to living during the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems there are still plenty of people out there who are just idiots.
A voiceover actor is working on a commercial for a restaurant, when the producers ask him to change his voice to better suit the unhealthy nature of the food they’re serving. This sketch from College Humor’s CH2 is both hilarious and just a wee-bit offensive.
(PG-13: language) “We’re here about two things – bricks and clicks… and best practices.” A group of businessmen accomplish the typical useless blather and nothingness that happens in most management meetings. J.K. Simmons stars in this oddball Funny or Die sketch.
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