All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘humor’

Olivia Wilde Responds To Mean Tweets From Trump Supporters After Criticizing The GOP Candidate

Olivia Wilde has always been outspoken about her political views. Because of this, the 31-year-old actress got involved in a Twitter war with Donald Trump supporters. .@oliviawilde is so over those hateful tweets from the 'Trump-lovers&39; https://t.co/ZdVzkAVxnI pic.twitter.com/2wftFnKFzZ — People magazine (@people) October 29, 2015 The House actress attended a special screening of Robert de Niro’s Ellis, a short film …

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Groupon Offers $25,000 Stand-In For Sons On Mother’s Day

Oh, that Groupon. The company just announced that for $25,000, it will send one of its employees to your mother’s house in your place on Mother’s Day. “We recognize that it’s difficult for everyone to make it home for Mother’s Day,” a spokesperson for the company tells us in an email. “As a result, we’re offering the ultimate Mother’s Day …

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Netflix Makes Fun Of Apple With ‘Netflix Watch’

After Amazon unveiled its Prime Air drones in 2013, Netflix released a parody video showcasing its own vision for drones, which would see the devices delivering DVD envelopes. Now, Netflix has a new video lampooning the Apple Watch: Like the Netflix drones, the Netflix watch also makes an appearance in the restroom. I guess Netflix doesn’t envision the Apple Watch …

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Amazon’s Echo Device Quickly Parodied

On Thursday, Amazon unveiled Echo, its new $200 cylindrical device that listens to you and tells you stuff. Okay, it does more than that, but that seems to be the gist of what most people are taking out of it. As you might expect, someone has already put out a video parody based on the promo Amazon released. Honestly it’s …

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Conan Checks In With Minecraft Inventor About Microsoft Acquisition

The big news on Monday was that Microsoft is buying Mojang, the company behind the hugely popular Minecraft, for $2.5 billion. Naturally, the subject came up on Conan, who checked in with the inventor of the game to see how he’s celebrating: The actual founders are leaving the company, but Mojang says most of the team will probably stay on …

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Channing Tatum Posts Parody Tutorial Video, Learn ‘The Dick Graze’

On Sunday,  Channing Tatum posted a parody video about a new way for men to greet each other. Called “The Dick Graze,” Tatum’s tutorial video features him rapping about the move with the same name, where men are supposed to say hi to each other by lightly touching each other’s private parts in lieu of a handshake or high five. …

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Alibaba IPO Gets The NMA Treatment

Next Media Animation is at it again. The Taiwanese animators have released this video depicting a predictably insane take on the Alibaba IPO. It involves a giant panda, some puppies, and a genie. The company filed for the IPO earlier this week. It’s said to be the largest ever for a tech company. The Chinese e-commerce giant dominates mobile commerce …

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‘Danzig Getting Knocked Out’ Is Still Recommended Viewing Like A Decade Later

Roughly a decade ago, a famous video hit the web featuring Glenn Danzig getting knocked out by the guy from the Northside Kings. If you’re reading this article, you’re probably familiar with it or have at least heard of it. A couple years ago, the guy that punched him talked to Vice about it. Now, Danzig is in the news …

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Derek (Of The Netflix Original) Has A New YouTube Guide

If you’ve watched Derek, the Ricky Gervais Netflix Original, you know that the titular character loves YouTube videos – particularly videos of animals and songs. The Ricky Gervais Channel has just released Derek’s Guide to YouTube. It’s over seven and a half minutes long, so it’s extensive. Enjoy. Earlier this week, Netflix released a trailer for the second season, which …

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Matt Cutts Gets New ‘Melody’ Treatment

Okay, this exists. This comes from HighPosition.com. I randomly came across it on StumbleUpon, and it hardly has any views yet, so let’s change that. If you watch Matt Cutts’ videos regularly, you owe this one to yourself. You can watch it in a more theatrical setting here. And don’t forget to check out the Matt Cutts Donkey Kong and …

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Yelp Introduces The Yelpulus Rift

Remember that Netflix video parodying Amazon’s famous drone video? It looks like Yelp tried to do something similar, making light of Facebook’s Oculus acquisition. Yelp says in the video description, “For Yelp’s Hackathon 13, this team of engineers imagined what a virtual reality experience of Yelp Monocle would look like. Not all Hackathon projects have to be based on real, …

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‘Cancel Colbert’ Is Your Daily Dose of Dumb Twitter Outrage

In people clearly not understanding the basic idea of satire nor differentiating between network and personal Twitter accounts news, Twitter’s all fired up over a joke made by Comedy Central’s Colbert Report Twitter account. And by “joke,” we mean a reference to a previously aired bit. The tweet has since been deleted, but here’s a screenshot (with some added commentary): …

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Goat Simulator Launch Trailer Parodies Dead Island

Dead Island was one of the biggest disappointments of 2011. The game itself wasn’t bad – it was actually quite good. The disappointment came from how amazing the debut trailer was compared to the final game. Well, one of the most anticipated games of 2014 has recreated Dead Island’s debut trailer and I have a feeling the final game won’t …

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Dons Apron At ‘The Tonight Show’ With Jimmy Fallon

It’s not every day that one gets to see The Terminator in an apron, but that’s just what Arnold Schwarzenegger did when he appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on March 24. The 66-year-old actor dropped by the show to promote his new movie Sabotage, which opens in theaters on March 28. Fallon started with casually telling Schwarzenegger …

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Now There’s A Matt Cutts Whack-A-Mole Game

So remember that Matt Cutts Donkey Kong game from a few weeks ago? That has inspired a new Matt Cutts Whack-A-Mole game, in which (you guessed it) you get to whack Matt Cutts with a gavel over and over again.

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Here’s Netflix’s Answer To Amazon’s Drones

It seems a little late for a parody of Amazon’s drone video from December, but Netflix has one out. It was uploaded a week ago by Netflix’s Paul Johnson (for some reason not yet on the company’s official YouTube channel), but it’s just starting to get some attention thanks to Hacking Netflix. “Here at Netflix, we’re committed to cutting edge …

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Conan O’Brien Discusses Turning Down Microsoft CEO Job On LinkedIn

Conan O’Brien took to LinkedIn to explain why he turned down the Microsoft CEO job, which was recently awarded to longtime staffer Satya Nadella. This is Conan’s fifth LinkedIn post since becoming a “LinkedIn Influencer” last fall. Conan congratulates Nadella on his new role, telling him he was “the right second choice.” He continues: Sure, the Microsoft board never technically …

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Goat Simulator Is Now A Reality Thanks To The Internet

Last month, Coffee Stain Studios, makers of Sanctum and Sanctum 2, shared a short alpha gameplay video of an experiment they called Goat Simulator. Quite frankly, it was one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen. The Internet agreed and demanded that it be turned into a real game. We can be thankful that developers tend to listen to the …

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‘House Of Cards’ Season 2 Gets A Lot More Dog Murder In This Parody

The Unlikely Allies YouTube channel has released a new House of Cards: Season 2 parody, featuring an intro from executive producer fake David Fincher and fake Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, explaining how they used Season 1’s audience viewing habits to construct the second season. As you may know, House of Cards itself was conceived based on Netflix viewing habits. The …

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This Is How Dumb We Must Sound To Google

College Humor has put out a pretty humorous video pointing out how stupid search queries would sound if you spoke them aloud to a person. In this case, Google is a person, played by Brian Huskey (NSFW language). CollegeHumor’s Favorite Funny Videos Remember this next time you’re talking to Google Now.

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Old Spice Commercial: “Mom Song” is a Hit on YouTube

Old Spice released a new commercial during the AFC Wild Card game between San Diego and Cincinnati on Sunday, and to the dismay of some folks, the commercial didn’t feature the familiar face of Isaiah Mustafa from “The Man Your Man Could Smell Like” commercials. Instead, Old Spice went a different route and debuted the “Mom Song” commercial. The commercial …

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Groupon’s Answer To Amazon’s Drones: Delivery Catapults

Groupon has a new internal video it has passed along to us, which discusses the company’s answer to Amazon Prime Air. “While other companies drone on about their risky, experimental new methods of package delivery, only Groupon is looking forward…by looking back,” it says. “The technology…it’s proven. It’s tested. We’re talking about principles of package delivery that have been around …

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VGX 2013 Gets The Parody It So Rightly Deserves

On Saturday night, Spike TV and GameTrailers hosted VGX 2013 – a rebranded video games awards show born from the VGAs of years past. Hopes were high this year as the network promised a show that would focus on the games and developers instead of advertisements and celebrity appearances. We got just that, but it somehow ended up being worse …

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Nick Offerman Gave An ‘At Google’ Talk

Nick Offerman, best known as Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation, wrote a book called Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man’s Fundamentals for Delicious Living. The book covers most of the topics you would want a book written by Ron Swanson to cover: moustaches, red meat, and general manliness. Offerman gave a Google Talk in LA last month to discuss …

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Waiting In Line 3D, The Worst Video Game Ever?

Can’t wait to get your hands on the latest videogame? Do you like shooters like Doom and Duke Nukem 3D? Why not try Waiting in Line 3D, a first-person punching game about a man waiting outside in a queue. There are no enemies in the game, but in the long wait of what’s to be anticipated, the player must stay …

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The ‘Funniest Person On Twitter’ Talks At Google

Comedian Rob Delaney, who has been called “the funniest person on Twitter” by Comedy Central, and one of the “50 funniest people” by Rolling Stone, recently gave an “At Google” talk. The company has now made the hour-long talk available to all on YouTube. He discusses his memoir “Rob Delaney: Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage.” among …

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Cracked Argues With Itself About How Evil Google Is

Cracked has put out a new video called “The 5 Most Seemingly Sinister Google Behaviors”. It’s a humorous video in which a guy argues back and forth with himself about whether or not the things Google does are good or evil. Ultimately, he decides it’s a mixture of both. It’s worth noting that Cracked is owned by Demand Media, which …

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See Breaking Bad’s Amazing Alternate Ending [UPDATE]

Come up with a list of the top five ways you imagined Breaking Bad would end. You might have thought Walt would go on an all-out rampage or maybe teach his family a lesson or two for daring to disrespect him. While the ending to Breaking Bad was as close to perfect as you can get when wrapping up a …

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Now That’s How You Complain About YouTube Comments

In case you haven’t heard, Google has changed the commenting system on YouTube, moving toward a Google+-based approach. Users aren’t very happy about it. Even one of YouTube’s co-founders has apparently broken an eight-year silence to complain. Obviously there are some very colorful comments all over YouTube (and the rest of the web for that matter), but one YouTube user …

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Ron Burgundy Gives You Top 10 Reasons To Hang Out With Him

Will Ferrell has a new Ron Burgundy video out encouraging viewers to support 826LA (a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with creative and expository writing skills), giving them a chance to win an opportunity to join him and his Anchorman co-stars Steve Carell, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, and Jack Black for a live, …

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