Did you ever go to a petting zoo as a kid, have an awesome time, but then your scaredy cat little brother just flips out and causes a scene? Well, let us be the first to say: It is a very hilarious scene to behold.
Here’s two grown men attempting to throw a piece of plastic at each other every possible way except the right way.
After seeing a slowly filling glass of meat diarrhea will you ever be hungry again? You can practically taste the refreshingly greasy taste of a liquid dollar menu through the screen.
Nerf Screamers were the coolest. They had little plastic whistles embedded in them, so that they woul produce a screeching noise as they flew. (As I’m typing this, I realize how patient my neighbors must have been to listen to a tiny shrieking football at all hours of the day. Thanks Karen and Paul!) Regardless,…
The Writers Guild of America put out a list of what they think the 101 funniest screenplays are and it’s filled with all time classics and favorites and movies that are watchable over and over again. We put together a video showing scenes from the top seven on the list and it definitely makes us want to watch…
You know what happens in a real earthquake? A pause. And then slight confusion. And then frantically trying to remember what elementary school taught you on where you should go. And then panic because you don’t remember. You know what happens when you film an earthquake disaster movie such as San Andreas? Comedy.
Marshawn Lynch and Gronk played some video games on Conan's show the other day and it was great. Attempting to satiate an insatiable demand for all things Marshawn Lynch, Team Coco has uploaded a video of outtakes from the shoot, appropriately calling it "Marshawnisms." What's a Marshawnism? Probably something like…
On Friday night Russell Westbrook raged at the media, refusing to answer questions with anything other than "we executed," and telling one reporter that he flat out didn't like him. After tonight's Thunder win over the Heat, the NBA TV crew conducted an otherwise mundane interview with Westbrook—you can watch the…
Some of these umpires call balls and strikes like Frank Drebin; others call like they're passing a kidney stone. All of them are funny.
Notorious mock draft ruiner Stefan is back for another NFL season to screw up more inconsequential fantasy football drafts for people who are just trying to figure out where Zac Stacy's projected to go this season. It's currently the most entertaining harmless crime.
This is a local news report about James Taylor, a wonderfully goatee'd, 20-year-old West Michigan man who threw a big-ass party at his house that featured multiple DJs, fire-throwers, go-go dancers, and about 2,000 attendees. It's a really funny news report, but it achieves transcendence around the 25-second mark.
Someone had the clever idea to erase every Brazilian player out of the humiliating World Cup game with Germany. The fact is that it doesn't really matter because Brazil was an invisible troupe of clowns to begin with. The game plays just the same without them.
As much as we enjoyed watching you deploy the Fling 'n Hide technique to perfection, you probably shouldn't do this again, Ken Mauer.
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the rape scene from the latest episode of Game of Thrones, in part because it deviated so dramatically from the way it was depicted in the book. Thanks to Dan Abromowitz and HappyPlace, we now know that the original script had the scene playing out very differently.
This right here is a brilliant piece of satire. Comedian Matt Lieb adopts the character of someone who has been hating LeBron James way before you were hating LeBron James, and in the process captures everything that is annoying about scolding fans who never shut up about bandwagoners. There's also a pretty great…
One of the largest video-capable screens in the world is finally being used as it should be: To play Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, Need For Speed, Flower and a few more games on it. Not playing Pong on it is probably a wasted opportunity, though.
Birdman was a guest on the Miami Heat postgame show after last night's victory over the Wizards, and he turned what could have been a very boring interview segment into a beautiful piece of performance art.
After two weeks of hearing about sports you've never cared to follow in the past four years, you've probably wondered why the short track skaters don't just ... you know ... throw a blue shell at the end? And here we can see what would happen if they did.
It's been some time since we've had Baron Davis in our lives, and that is unfortunate because Baron Davis is awesome. Here Davis teams up with Steve Nash in a video detailing his "efforts" to return to the NBA. You will laugh at this.