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Kanye West’s crazy VMA speech hilariously re-imagined as a Seinfeld clip

By on September 2, 2015 at 10:15 PM.

Kanye West’s crazy VMA speech hilariously re-imagined as a Seinfeld clip

Over the weekend, Kanye West took control of the mic for a good 11 minutes during MTV’s annual VMA awards ceremony. During the course of a sprawling speech, which was at times endearing, the controversial and outspoken rapper-producer touched on all sorts of topics before casually mentioning his plans to run for President in 2016. And oh yes, did we mention that West admittedly “rolled up a little something” before the awards show to “knock the edge off”?

Suffice it to say, if you haven’t yet seen West’s speech in its entirety, it’s well worth checking out.

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News Report Spoof

Every TV report on the economy summed up in one hilarious video

By on August 30, 2015 at 4:51 PM.

Every TV report on the economy summed up in one hilarious video

One of the problems people tend to have with traditional TV these days is that it can quickly become all too predictable. From sitcoms to dramas, and even news reports, a lot of the stuff that hits our screens follows the same tried and true formula.

Poking fun at this phenomenon is a rather hilarious and well-done video from the BBC’s Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe program. The clip below hilariously spoofs a typical news report on the economy that you might stumble across on any given news channel.

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Google Self Driving Car

Hilarious: What a Google self-driving car with Chrome rims would look like

By on August 29, 2015 at 3:30 PM.

Hilarious: What a Google self-driving car with Chrome rims would look like

Google over the past few years has been hard at work developing all sorts of cool and futuristic self-driving car technologies. With an extensive array of sensors, Google’s autonomous cars are designed to safely navigate through city streets with ease. From changing lanes to avoiding pedestrians at a moment’s notice, Google’s self-driving cars are intriguing and certainly give us a glimpse into what the future of driving may look like. To date, Google’s collection of futuristic cars, which include modified Lexus SUVs, have accumulated more than 1.7 million miles on the road.

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Photoshop Trolling

Couple asks Internet for some Photoshop help, hilarity ensues

By on August 28, 2015 at 8:30 AM.

Couple asks Internet for some Photoshop help, hilarity ensues

Asking the Internet for help, advice, or guidance can sometimes bring out the worst in people. Other times, it results in nothing short of comedic gold. In a hilarious example of the latter, a couple returning from a nice vacation asked Imgur for some online Photoshop help in removing a volleyball-playing kid from the background of an otherwise romantic photograph.

Not missing a beat, the Internet masses got to work and fired Photoshop right up, only they weren’t the least bit interested in removing the kid from the photo. On the contrary, they harnessed their creative energies and came up with some absolute gems.

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Drunk Student Email

Student emails professor while drunk, gets back amazing response

By on August 10, 2015 at 10:11 AM.

Student emails professor while drunk, gets back amazing response

Over the weekend, a hilarious post on Reddit captured an instantly classic email exchange between a drunk student and his surprisingly forgiving and well-humored professor.

In an email sent out under the influence of more than a few drinks, our protagonist Patrick Davidson emailed his teacher, Mr. Martin, asking for an extension on his paper. In the process, Davidson dropped a few F-bombs, poked fun at Mr. Martin’s baldness, and naturally, told him to “keep slayin boi.” The last part is especially poignant because, after all, isn’t that what we want all of our nation’s teachers to keep on doing, to keep on slayin’?

Taking the email in good humor, Mr. Martin’s response is awesome as one could hope. In addition to granting the requested extension, Martin responds with some well-placed wit of his own.

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LinkedIn Translations

Hilarious translations: What your LinkedIn profile really means

By on July 25, 2015 at 3:45 PM.

Hilarious translations: What your LinkedIn profile really means

LinkedIn does one thing and one thing well — it facilitates professional networking. But as with any service that centers on helping people find jobs, the site is not surprisingly inundated with an overabundance of cliches and nauseating marketing jargon.

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TV Show Spoilers

Hilarious Video: Why it’s Impossible to Talk About TV Shows Anymore

By on July 3, 2015 at 5:05 PM.

Hilarious Video: Why it’s Impossible to Talk About TV Shows Anymore

Make no mistake about it; we’re currently living in a golden age of Television. Today, the seemingly endless number of incredible and riveting shows currently on-air has made it all but impossible to stay up to date with all of the content hitting our screens from every which way.

What’s more, the increasing popularity of services like Netflix and HBO Go has resulted in an influx of people going back and catching up on old shows — like LOST and The Sopranos — that they missed the first go around.

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Video: HBO’s Silicon Valley reveals the worst insult you can give a product: ‘Apple Maps bad’

By on May 19, 2015 at 10:15 PM.

Video: HBO’s Silicon Valley reveals the worst insult you can give a product: ‘Apple Maps bad’

If you haven’t yet watched the brilliance that is HBO’s Silicon Valley, do yourself a favor and start tuning in. While the show is funny in its own right, it’s especially funny for anyone with even a passing interest in tech culture.

In case you missed it, last week’s episode of Silicon Valley had a little bit of fun at Apple’s expense.

The setup for the Apple-related humor is as follows: When a Nucleus backed UFC livestream goes awry, Nucleus CEO Gavin Belson demands answers.

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Eiffel Tower Photoshop

Man asks Internet for Photoshop help on a vacation photo, gets hilariously trolled

By on April 28, 2015 at 10:30 PM.

Man asks Internet for Photoshop help on a vacation photo, gets hilariously trolled

Recently, a Dutch food blogger named Sid Frisjes was vacationing in Paris and tried to take one of those forced perspective photos to make it seem as if he had the Eiffel Tower right underneath his fingertips. Unfortunately, the resulting photo was laughably bad, prompting Frisjes to ask the Internet for a little bit of help.

Posting to 4chan, Frisjes asked users dust off their Photoshop skills and manipulate the photo to make it seem as if his finger was resting atop of the Eiffel Tower. What followed next was pure hilarity.

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Muppets Humpty Dance

Watch: Gonzo and The Muppets sing ‘The Humpty Dance’

By on March 31, 2015 at 2:49 PM.

Watch: Gonzo and The Muppets sing ‘The Humpty Dance’

The Muppets are awesome. Digital Underground’s classic rap song “The Humpty Dance” is also awesome. So why not combine the two into a modern masterpiece?

Well, that’s exactly what Twitter user Mylo the Cat recently did. And the result is nothing short of amazing. Featuring Gonzo, naturally, taking on the role of Shock G, the video is a must watch. And Muppet fans, not to worry, you’ll see a number of great cameos from all of your favorite characters. More →

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OS X Mountain Lion vs. real mountain lion

By on February 17, 2012 at 12:00 PM.

OS X Mountain Lion vs. real mountain lion

Apple unveiled the next major release of its OS X desktop operating system on Thursday, giving the world a rare early look at what the company has in store for Mac computer users this summer. A revamped Messages app with iMessage integration, the Notification Center and enhanced iCloud integration are among the exciting new features users can look forward to in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Apple loves naming versions of its desktop platform after jungle cats, of course, so Apple deal-hunter DealMac decided to line up the technology giant’s new OS against its namesake. This tale of the tape is definitely good for a few laughs, and a link to the full comparison follows after the break. More →

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