First of all, that thing up there. That’s what the folks who made it over at Aston Martin call the Valkyrie. What am I supposed to do with that???
Thought this was pretty good.Favorite line is “you’re probably gonna edit me right out of this commercial, huh? I hate all of you.”
If you haven’t read Cracked’s Comedy Moments Hidden on YouTube series, you’re missing out. Here is a particularly childish one that nonetheless made me laugh.
It combines two of the most amazing things ever.
Ladies and gentlemen of the Oppoverse, I present to you: The Fat Boy.
From FB, author unknown but they really deserve credit....or a faygo.
Lately I’ve been receiving phone calls to install a home security system, but they give no company name and it sounds pretty sketchy (saying “your area” sounds really sketchy and vague). Plus, I’ve told them no many times, but they keep calling. So the other night I decided that I’m just going to give them crazy…
You know those jokes that are kinda funny at first, then they keep going and and you think “man, they are really doubling down here on this joke”...then they keep going and turns kinda sad, but THEN something strange happens as they keep going and their sheer persistence turns your grumpy frown upside down and you…
The new Key and Peele is pretty great for the whole “what if teaching was like professional sports” but the BMW ad at the back? Pure gold.
Robot Chicken is hit and miss, but if they ever did anything funny...it was this sketch.
Poor Carl, he just wants go off roading in his new Jeep with his family.
The Bombardier beetle is a finely engineered bio-mechanical machine which deliberately mixes precise amounts of hydrogen peroxide and hydroquinones, and uses a rapidly moving valve system. It’s tiny internal “engine” produces 500 tiny explosions in their backside each second. The explosion exits through a specially…
And you know what that means parents, your kids will probably get loads of candy! Candy that will fill them up with sugar and possible future tooth decay, hooray!
Found these online, I'll pretty sure they are based on facts.
Is this how voting works? I vote yes.
A few years ago, I joined a forum for serious modders of Cadillac V model. Their accomplishments reads like a who' who of amateur Cadillac racing firsts: Worlds Fastest V, Worlds Quickest V, Worlds Most Powerful Daily Driver, first V over 200MPH in the standing mile, etc., etc., etc. Just for fun we started a…