Yeah, the cartoon characters in this video are having a bad time with their Amazon Echo. Unfortunately for everyone involved, the audio was recorded at the cartoonist's actual kitchen table with the cartoonist's actual family, because the dialogue is actually real.
For the past day people all over the web have been clowning Marvel by pointing out crossovers that were better in some way than whatever we're getting from the new "Avengers" movie on April 27. We have to say, we're pretty sure the internet is onto something.
If you've never thought much about Wes Anderson's extremely specific, arguably repetitive narrative and visual tics, this video will rock your world.
Nefa the sphynx cat doesn't know how to play with a ball, look in the mirror or really do anything normal.
"So, in your mind, you felt like you wanted to do the right thing, but you didn't actually physically, with your body, do the right thing?"
What sad schmuck hit bottom and ordered fried dill pickles, a buffalo chicken sandwich and (worst of all) a Diet Coke?
Donald Trump has been ragging on the special prosecutor on Twitter, which is significant because that's a first for the president.
Hawking not only made great contributions to science, but also to comedy.
It's all about the intention.
Honestly? The site could use more unnecessary GIFs and scrolling text.
As a member of the Irish women's national soccer team, Megan Connolly is used to facing adversity. But gravity is a hell of an opponent to try to overcome.
Yes Lexi, coming in third out of three technically means you're in last place. But then again, you're a little young to be playing "Quake Champions" anyway, aren't you?
Enjoy this extra-good slow motion supercut of people receiving their first kisses, bikini waxes, acupuncture and more.
He negotiates the time old conundrum of wanting to sleep and drink at the same time with ease.
We've been waiting for John Oliver to troll our Vice President for over a year, and it's better (and Pence is worse) than we could have imagined.
Maybe he just wanted to prove to himself that he was imposing enough to steal from people, and that he actually doesn't need the money.
The mainstreaming of lies in the Trump era is hurting our cognitive abilities. Research says satire can save us.
You'd think there's no way a game like this could be wholesome, but you haven't met Aaron and his mom Shirley yet.
And she's immediately ready to uproot her entire life and help raise this dang baby.
She's trying to give peanut butter baby a run for his money.
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