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Living Aggressively

Living Aggressively

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.

Kevin James: Veggie Hunt

Kevin James: Veggie Hunt

After being pleasantly surprised by how good a plant-based burger tastes at a barbecue, Kevin James ponders how they source the veggies used in these meatless patties and has a horrifying revelation. Just please don’t shoot the baby carrots.

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Meet the Teacher

Meet the Teacher

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.

The Man in the Shed

The Man in the Shed

(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.

When Your Friend Goes Steampunk

When Your Friend Goes Steampunk

“I ain’t cracked up. I live in the clock now.” Levi decides to give up modern life for the steampunk world, while Cedric is doubtful about his lifestyle choices in this classic sketch from Key & Peele. Did somebody say something about Ratatouille?

Shark Tank: Girlfriend Edition

Shark Tank: Girlfriend Edition

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.

If Google Was a Guy: Quarantine Edition

If Google Was a Guy: Quarantine Edition

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.

Cube

Cube

A cocky assassin prepares to head off on one final mission, but before he heads out, he meets up with a couple of technicians to pick up some equipment. Good Cop Great Cop’s skit is a great parody of a classic spy flick trope – the gadget scene.

Wettest Ist Best

Wettest Ist Best

How much water did you drink today? Did you get your eight 8oz. glasses? Who drinks from an 8oz. glass? This silly sketch from Dogfood reminds us that there really is something as too much of a good thing, as three women brag about their daily hydration routines.

Roll Call

Roll Call

A teacher kicks off school every day with a brief classroom attendance check. But as can be expected from any Aunty Donna sketch, the room isn’t filled with what we’d call “normal” school kids. It really just makes us wonder exactly what class this guy is teaching.

Tainted Love Dance Tutorial

Tainted Love Dance Tutorial

Comedian Joe Kwaczala celebrated his 31st birthday by posting 31 videos in one day. Among the extensive playlist was this gem, his instruction for all the moves you need to know to dance along to the Soft Cell’s 1981 new wave version of Tainted Love.

Can You Please Sound “Fatter?”

Can You Please Sound “Fatter?”

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.

Super Human Interview

Super Human Interview

What if superheroes had to interview for jobs like us mere mortals? We suppose they’d be subject to the same sort of scrutiny and rejection we often experience. We’re guessing it would only be worse if your superpowers sucked, as CalebCity shows us.

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Still Plugged In

Still Plugged In

We’ve been guilty of walking away from our desk while still tethered to a computer by headphones, so the subject matter of this clip is all too familiar around here. But as he’s known to do with most of his skits, Gus Johnson takes things to the Nth-degree.

Long Haired Businessmen

Long Haired Businessmen

(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.

Imaginary Friend

Imaginary Friend

A young woman eggs on her friend to take vengeance on her enemies, but her pal isn’t into the idea. See if Mr. Tibbles can convince Lily not to detonate her bomb in this warped short from TomSka, Piemations, and JaidenAnimations.

SNL: SWAT Recon

SNL: SWAT Recon

A couple of SWAT team members are staking out a deadly killer, when they’re distracted by his neighbors, who clearly live a much more exciting life than the murderer. We want to party with these guys.

The Foul Line

The Foul Line

(PG-13: Language) YouTubers BriTANicK come back from the dead with a skit about a rec league basketball player who can’t shoot a free throw because he’s distracted by his teammate’s comment about his head.

Don’t Talk to Strangers

Don’t Talk to Strangers

(NSFW: Language) The unorthodox humorists of TV Maxwell show that there is a reason “don’t talk to strangers” is pounded into our heads as kids. Like that it helps keep other, more dangerous things from entering our minds.

Selective Replies

Selective Replies

PITtv waxes on the bane of all instant messagers: the blatant non-reply. Maybe the world was a better place before delivery receipts. Yes, we think you’re stupid if you confess your love over Facebook chat btw.

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Honest Cable Commercial

Honest Cable Commercial

(NSFW: Language) Extremely Decent shows just how futile resistance to your local cable and internet service provider is. If we can’t get better business practices can we at least get less inane advertisement music?

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