YouTubers The Kloons Imagine ‘F*ck, Marry, Kill: The Game Show’


It’s a game many people have played with friends, talking about colleagues or classmates or celebrities, but imagine a game show where contestants had to actually play ‘F*ck, Marry, Kill’ IRL—well you need imagine no more because YouTube channel the Kloons has created this sketch which turns it into a wild game show set out like a dating game.

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We the Internet Ask: Is the University Killing Free Speech and Open Debate?


Universities, being centers of knowledge and education, would be the one place that you would think free speech was protected and allowed to flourish. Not just because of the institution’s histories but also because most people going to universities are going to be more open-minded. But perhaps that’s too simple a view.

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Futurama and the Science of Comedy


Kristian Williams (aka kaptainkristian) is something of a specialist when it comes to analysing pop culture, be it the X-Men’s suits, Calvin & Hobbes’ appeal or what makes Pixar so relatable. For his latest video essay he looks at how the complex and involved subjects of science and mathematics were cleverly interwoven with humor in Matt Groening and David X. Cohen’s sci-fi animation Futurama.

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Louis CK On Children and Watching Your Daughters Grow Up


Taken from Louis CK’s 2016 ‘Live at the Comedy Store’ this standup routine shows Louis talking about his kids growing up. One of his daughters is going to be 18-years-old soon while the other is 9. The nine year old has just started tap-dancing lessons, so Louis laments how although he loves watching his daughter tap dance, it also means he has to watch other kids, and adults, dance too.

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Pokemon Go Has Been Immortalised in Song with The Stiffy’s ‘The Pokemon GO Song’


Really it was only a matter of time. Pokemon Go has become such a cultural phenomenon that a song had to eventually be written about it. And now that’s happened with The Stiffy’s ‘The Pokemon Go Song’ which is a love song that’s centered around the new game.

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Residents Living Permanently in Japan’s Cyber-cafés


Not matter what your living arrangements are you’re probably doing better than these people in Japan who find themselves living permanently in cyber cafes. It amounts to a space that’s a four square meter box with a screen and a computer, which is on offer 24/7 for anyone who wants it.

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How to Smoke a Joint – Taken from Milos Forman’s ‘Taking Off’


This scene taken from Miloš Forman’s 1971 film Taking Off has gone viral recently and it shows a support group for square moms and dads who meet to try and understand their kids who’ve run away from home. After being instructed in the best way to inhale they get to try it out and smoke themselves stoned.

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IT’S MONDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


It’s that time again, it’s Monday morning. Time to reevaluate your life and reassess what the heck has gone on and where did it all go so wrong—but then you’ll settle down soon enough and calm the heck down and your existential work breakdown will disappear. Then it’s back to normal, back to cruising the internet for lolz. You can start below.

6-Year-Old Guitarist Is Adorable, But Her Dad’s Metal Solos Are Better


The video starts with a sweet little 6-year-old girl plucking away on her acoustic guitar, and you think it’s going to be one of those typical viral videos of a little girl showcasing her awesome guitar skills. But then, all of a sudden, her dad jumps into shot and starts shredding away proving how damn metal his solos are.

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Remember When Nostalgia Was Good?


There’s nothing like reminiscing about the good ol’ days, when all this was fields and everything was much better than it is now, just purely because it isn’t now. But as much as it’s great to remember, nostalgia just isn’t what it used to be, is it? It just doesn’t have quite the same feel as it did back in the 90s, right?

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What Does the Inside of the Internet Look Like?


Ever wondered what the inside of the internet looks like? You know, all those apps, Tinder, Snapchat, YouTube, and Instagram what’s going on inside, behind all the uploads of food, the weird filters, the swiping right. Well Pistol Shrimps somehow, in some way, went inside and found out.

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Jay Leno Drives James Bond’s 2017 Aston Martin DB11


It could be a scene from a Bond movie, the Aston Martin DB11 prototype is locked away in a vault, with very resticted access only allowed via a biometric scanner. But on the latest episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage,” the comedian and car lover Jay Leno was able to go and get inside the new supercar and take it out for a spin.

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