Everyone likes to capture a perfect moment. These are those perfect moments caught right before everything goes wrong. We like to think of them as classier versions of 'America's Funniest Home Video,' mostly because of the lack of sound effects. Feel free to add your own. Thanks, cameras for all the comedy!
So remember the video of the twerking girl who accidentally set herself on fire? Remember how we all got a good laugh out of it? Remember how everyone from YouTube commenters to morning news shows dubbed it "the end of the twerking craze as we know it"?
Well, turns out it was all a hoax perpetuated by that merry prankster Jimmy Kimmel.
It's not really a study, but I saw three of them this weekend. Those huge horoscope books are everywhere and it seems that every girl/woman in America owns one. I bought mine in my late teens. Some buy them when they get divorced. Others buy them because they have cool charts that we don't understand.
We're less than a month from the hourlong 'Parks and Recreation' season 6 London premiere, but don't let the slowly diminishing cast get you down. Celebrate the imminent return to Pawnee with 20 hilarious minutes of bloopers from season 5, as hosted by Councilman Jamm (Jon Glaser), with special movie reviews from Perd Hapley himself, ya heard?
Yup, Bill Nye the Science Guy is going to be on season 17 of 'Dancing With the Stars.' We think he's going to win. Not just because we're looking for some sort of 'Revenge of the Nerds'-type fantasy to play out (well, mostly that), but also because Nye has got some moves. Don't believe us? Fine, we're used to that. Check out these GIFs.
What if a 'movie trailer voice over guy' narrated your every mundane move? There's a prank on YouTube where Jon Bailer (the voice of Honest Trailers) follows random people around L.A. and does just that. It's pretty funny, check it out here:
If you've been wondering how to recreate Miley's soon-to-be classic look from the VMAs, wonder no more -- this video will teach you. All you need are some lemons, some tape, some plastic wrap and no pride.
A group of amateur filmmakers decided to write a five-minute short while they were drunk. They then made sure all the actors involved were drunk when filming it. The finished product, a "Star Trek" parody called "Star Drunk", went straight to YouTube. Check it out here:
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