Does this involve The Lonely Island? Unfortunately not. Does it exist to promote tacky e-cards? Yes. Is it still funny? Thankfully, yeah.
"It tastes like lead pencil." "It tastes like arse."
It might take you hours of sweat and toil, but hey, you could, if you choose to, run all your applications using only Microsoft's PowerPoint.
93-year-old grandfather Tom Sitter won an open mic storytelling contest with this laugh-out-loud story from his youth, complete with the names of his actual classmates.
When a macaque wants to board your boat like a pirate and steal your vodka, we guess there's no need to put up a fight, because you're bound to lose.
Celebrated though controversial, the late Don Rickles was scarcely the first comedian to turn racially insensitive slander into slapstick comedy.
Looking for a more "Instagrammable" product, Starbucks' introduced a limited-run technicolor affront to humanity.
"A little bit" is the highest answer a person can possibly give.
And just like that, "The Phantom Menace" is now a good movie.
Look, do we really need ten bottles of champagne? And who ordered the round of lobster claws for the table? Wait, they don't split checks for parties over three?
Ella (or "the Tank," as we've nicknamed her) uses fruit, vegetables, toys, edibles and a whole host of weird instruments to get totally blazed.
He may be the butt of the joke, but this guy has a great attitude in addition to a great costume, and we'd like to commend him on both.
It contains all the weird end pieces that nobody wants to eat, pickled peppers and some potato sticks. Yum?
Our first hint that something, uh, more explicit might be going on should have been the maiden standing by the pump.
Twitter user Joe Wadlington shared his account of the previous night, when he went on a date with the former general manager of the Times Square Olive Garden, where tourists from around the world are family and also sometimes fight each other with cold, serrated steel.
But now that we've heard it, we can't believe we ever lived without it.
No need to displace your furry friend. Simply hone your sweater-putting-on technique to keep everyone warm and happy.
Something tells us Sienna and Anthony had no idea what they were actually signing up for when they agreed to do this.
As the "trial of the century of the week" continues between Alex Jones and his ex-wife over custody of their daughter, Stephen can't help but pay homage to the angry personality that made Jones famous.
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