According to the video's maker, it contains 314 different voice recordings and took him about two weeks to complete. That's dedication.
The original sponsor behind this video pulled out because they "didn't like it" and all we can say is that they were very wrong and this is a piece of art.
Nearly five years later, the writer of one of ClickHole’s greatest hits reveals himself.
Anyone can write a bad ad. The challenge is writing a bad ad that becomes a real, bad ad, one that makes it past the creative director, the strategist, the account supervisor — and then on the client side — the product manager, the chief marketing officer, maybe even the CEO.
"Mommy, this giant iPad is broken."
"Would you like to make a mukbang video with me?"
We would babysit this kid for free.
We forecast that this dense nugget of a dog will eventually spin itself into a dense neutron star.
Shaq is many things, but one thing he is not is a very good barber.
This diet plan requires that you eat whatever you want whenever you want to eat it, and declare yourself beautiful. We’re not going to lie — it's really hard.
Humanity deserves whatever is coming for it.
The Squidward of goats is just trying to go about his damn business.
In a moment that could have been truly terrifying, Atsuko Okatsuka somehow kept the crowd laughing.
If you're not moving forward, you're slipping — and flipping — backward.
A plan to attack Area 51 went viral on Facebook, and a trove of memes soon followed. Some of the posts have irony layered so thick that it could reach the stars.
We don't have much patience for mean pranks, but this... this is what all pranks should be striving for.
The "Amazon" tagline at the end of this video was a joke added on by the homeowner.
I'm obsessed with this bizarre, oddly satisfying meme.
As soon as he started running, it was all over.
This guy and his friend are having "the time of their life."
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