It doesn’t matter if it’s your pet, you, your girlfriend, or even a chimney, farting is intrinsically hilarious and this humorous video featuring guffing gas flares proves it. But behind the flatulence lies not a late night curry but a serious message about fracking. That aside, these anti-fracking chimneys will have you giggling like a school kid.
The internet could learn a lot from comedian Pete Holmes’ monologue about how “hitting it back” can make all difference with people—so if someone smiles at you, hit it back and smile too, or if someone tells a joke, hit it back and pretend it’s funny and laugh, no matter how many times you’ve heard it before, because laughing is better than not laughing. And being courteous is better than hurling abuse.
Monday has come to invade your life like a former Soviet superpower, flexing its might, showing off its inevitability and generally being a massive jerk. But no one’s going to come to your aide, you’ve just got to keep your head down and hope no one notices you’ve done nothing all day but watch stupid videos. Which is exactly the way Monday should be.
- The Worf of Starfleet – Everyone’s favorite Klingon goes Scorsese.
- Trailer Park Boys Do Epic Meal Time – Ultimate Canadian fusion.
- How Batman Begins Should Have Ended – It’s much better.
- Jumping Fitness Gone Wild – Wild horse couldn’t drag them away.
- Ian McKellen And Patrick Stewart Take Over Late Night – Sublime.
- What Languages Sound like – Nailed it.
- Old Cop Dancing Like a Boss at Mardi Gras – The greatest cop ever.
- Batman Versus The Terminator – Awesome animated short.
- Instant Date Prank – Romance is alive and well, if a little enforced.
- GLaDOS Teaches Difference Between Fusion/Fission – Yay!
- 10 Crazy Fan Groups You Don’t Want To Mess With – Avoid Twitter spats with all of these people.
By adding two enchanted lines made of unicorn dust, it creates internet magic on your screen and these images appear as if they’re 3D! Well, not quite. But it is a very simple technique: just by adding two vertical white lines to a 2D image, your brain is tricked into thinking it’s a 3D scene. The effect can be further enhanced by blurring the ‘field of depth’, which creates an extra sense of depth……Ok, we lied, it’s magic.
Get ready for some eye-candy overload – French animator and musician Alexandre Lehmann has decided to mess with your mind today, because he’s unleashed this psychedelic tripfest of a video onto the internet, created using fractal software that generates otherworldly weirdscapes of architectural forms and alien lands. It’s part of his Musicians With Guns series and will definitely set off an acid flashback, regardless of your narcotics history. Go headphones, go HD, go, go, go!
Gone is the iconic Tubular Bells track, replaced with canned laughter, lamewad opening credit music, and adverts for popular fast food chains— in what is a funny and shrewd reworking of the original film’s audience-frightening, pant-soiling tale of devil possession. Gone is the terror and with some neat editing we get The Exorcist, a cheesy cheese sitcom for all the family.
If you’re not already, then prepare to get acquainted with Dutch DJ trio Yellow Claw, who are Bizzey (Leo Roelandschap), Jim Aasgier (Jjim Taihuttu) and Nizzle (Nils Rondhuis). Signed to Diplo’s Mad Decent label their sound is a smorgasbord of genres from hip hop to dubstep and moombahton, and this is a peek at their upcoming mixtape due out on March 17th.
Whatever you were about to do, it can wait, because you really need to listen to this song made entirely from chaos math man Dr. Ian Malcolm’s weird laugh in Jurassic Park—it’s the kind of video that justifies you spending your entire life glued to the unnatural glow of a computer screen rather than getting up and going outside. Just one video like this every once in a while makes it all worthwhile. Kind of.
Doc Brown and Tony Hawk try out the latest in antigravity skateboards from tech startup HUVr Tech—so does this mean the hoverboad we’ve all been awaiting since Back to the Future II is finally here? Well, that’s what Captain Gullible would believe, but what’s happening in the video above isn’t a new dawn of antigravity sports equipment, but rather an impressive load of VFX for an elaborate prank from Funny or Die. Thanks Funny or Die, thanks for nothing yeah.
YouTube comedians Dead Parrot deliver the last in the current series of their YouTube Comment Reconstructions, this time featuring a One Direction and Miley Cyrus double bill to go out in style—the first argument for you to LOL over is commenters ‘Crystal Leal’, ‘Joel Johnson’ and ‘Swagg Kidd’ slinging mud under the video of “One Direction: Story Of My Life” and to follow that up is the slanging match to end all slanging matches between ‘Swagga Glaubnator’ and ‘Little Mix’ on Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball vid. Let the battle commence. FIIIIIGHT!
A few months back Tom Mabe and group of concerned friends tried to scare the bejesus out of their bud in the hope that he’d curb his errant ways of drink-driving by pranking him into believing he’d been in a coma for a decade after being in an accident. It didn’t entirely work, but someone saw the vid and wanted to do the same prank on his drunken brother to see if it might help him see the error of his ways.
Poor Worf, here he is offering up advice and suggestions to his fellow crew members, only to just get shot down by them. He perseveres but it’s no good, he just faces rejections, denial, scorn, derision—it’s just constant humiliation from the people who are supposed to be his friends and colleagues. But thank God they do, because it’s hilarious to see it happen again and again in this compilation, as Worf gets shat on by everyone and anyone aboard the Enterprise.
In his post-Oscars show Jimmy Kimmel premiered a series of viral video movie trailers that took some classic YouTube clips and, using the movie industry’s finest, proceeded to give them the Hollywood remake treatment where budgets are big and the acting is award-worthy.
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A Civil War Hits London, This Shocking One Second a Day Video Shows How it Destroys a Little Girl’s Life
Filming one second of your (or your children’s) life every day and editing it together into a continuous film, popularised by Cesar Kuriyama, is a great way to look back at the happy memories, the good, good times—but this version of that popular trope will give you a bit of a jolt. Posing the question, “What if London was Syria?” it’s seen through the eyes of a little girl and imagines how, over the course of a year, her life turns from normal and happy, to homeless, destitute and broken. Epic stuff.
In anything’s going to make you feel cynical about the future, this short film about time-travellers who tend to be total assholes will do it. Set in 2015, what was once science fiction has become fact and, as is the case with most new tech, it’s now being abused by people to do the same dumb things they did before it was invented. Welcome to our time-travelling future, it’s going to be terrible.
Sven Boekhorst decided to tour some of Europe’s finest cities, but this guy’s not your average tourist. Because Sven’s luggage includes a production crew, cameramen, a photographer, his rollerblades and, oh yeah, an 80 kilo ramp. No big.