Adam Cotter explains — I usually broadcast actual sport: The Olympics, Wimbledon, The Masters, 6 Nations, that sort of thing. But sport has disappeared for a while, so here instead are Olive and Mabel eating their breakfast.
Someone is, apparently, is placing parody ads for Rudolph Giuliani in the New York subway system: A website linked to the parody, crazyrudylaw.com, offers Giuliani’s unscrupulous services in back channel deals and cable news appearances. Better still, the firm offers to work for free: In an effort to shield money from my wife during our…
La Guardia Cross turns the daily into the hilarious. He’s the creator of New Father Chronicles, a weekly YouTube series that documents life with his two young daughters. Get ready for a hilariously heartwarming visit with a father who’s learning and loving out loud.
Whether this cat is truly watching a horror film, or instead if the video has a dubbed horror-film soundtrack, either way the result is clever & captivating.
Weird Al Yankovic doesn’t simply parody songs – he’s also created a video parody of an unboxing video. Here, Weird Al unboxes the Gramnmy he won for Mandatory Fun. Very, very clever —
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I’ve heard that some Republicans, including radio host Charlie Sykes, are upset that a few Democrats tweeted suggestions for good things Mary Burke might have said about Scott Walker in the first gubernatorial debate. Among those tweets was a suggestion from Lori Compas, formerly a state senate candidate, and currently a photographer and leader of…
Wow, that’s one smart dog —
It’s all part of a plan… Caution: Strong language.
If you’ve not seen this, then you’re not prepared for the monstrous, terrifying, mutant spider-dog. I’ve abbreviated the clip to load at the first appearance of this foul hell-hound from beyond. You’ve been suitably warned… This is a YouTube video that’s been played over 58,753,857 times. The figure may represent millions of people watching a…
From YouTube’s Cut Dat Commentary Channel, here’s ‘detailed commentary on how to effortlessly cut a pineapple using a spoon’ — Over at Digg, they’ve other favorites from the same series. Enjoy.