As a reflection of how ridiculous we all look staring at our phones at the dinner table, here is people doing the same thing but in the early 20th century.
Back then the phones were more cumbersome, the accents posher, and you had to be careful you weren’t going to miss a call from the Titanic.
A recent viral video showed a woman claiming that Monster energy drinks were the work of the devil, finding hidden Satanic symbols in the logo.
But it turns out she was wrong, it isn’t just Satan who’s behind the drinks but a whole bunch of different shady organisations. Thankfully the truth has finally surfaced.
Vader becomes even more intimidating when he swaps one ancient religion for another and starts spouting old testament scripture.
But more than anything hebrings a bit of street cred to Christianity, he’d be a badass priest for sure.
Channel 4 economics editor Paul Mason is sick and tired of the banks and their sickeningly tiresome corruption.
After the latest scandal of the banks trying to fix foreign exchange rates, Mason unleashes about how fed up he is of reporting about corruption in the banks and how little is done to combat it.
Touring can seem glamorous, but the reality is far from it—instead it’s lot of lonely nights in a Travelodge at the backend of nowhere.
Kunt, from Kunt and the Gang, recalls those nights spent in your hotel room wishing that your only comfort wasn’t your right hand.
Depending on your point of view, this is either a touching memorial to the Great War or a sanitized insult soullessly trades on sentimentality to make profits.
Have a watch and make your own decision and then why not debate it with someone who has the opposing point of view? Fun for all the family!
If you were a celebrity of any weight you’d definitely try and sneak a peek a the new Star War set.
And that’s exactly what Daniel Radcliffe did, Daniel hanging out with Harrison Ford on the Millennium Falcon set.
Meet Batman fanatic Zac Mihajlovic who created this incredible replica of the badass Batmobile from Tim Burton’s 1989 movie.
The 29-year-old hand-built his very own street legal version of the car and uses it to visit sick children dressed as Batman. What a hero.
South Park used a rare piece of live-action footage in its show recently, to take aim at those please drink responsibly ads.
The hilarious spoof commercial featured on the “Freemium Isn’t Free” episode, which satirized the not-so free-to-play mobile games designed to swindle the masses for cash.
Two well known proverbs are the basis for this sketch featuring Simon Pegg in 90s comedy show “Big Train”.
Pegg plays a know-it-all employee who’s “committed to cakes” but finds himself get singled out when he suggests an alternative way to describe what his boss calls “warmed through cakes” selling extremely well.