Simple, good honest juvenile behaviour is what’s at the very heart of this video where Tim McCourt visits London landmarks and gives them a handjob.
But Tim shouldn’t stop with London, this series demands ambition, so let’s have Wank Paris, Wank New York, Wank Shanghai, maybe even Wank Around the World in 80 Days?
Most builders will default to a catcall or maybe a wolf whistle to a passing female if they want to make contact with the public at large, but these guys are different.
In a publicity stunt from Snickers, these Ozzie builders reverse those expectations and shout out words of encouragement like “Y’know what I’d like to see? A society in which the objectification of women makes way for gender neutral interactions free from assumptions and expectations!”
Cats aren’t usually a problem to look after, but sometimes—just sometimes—you get a cat who’s psychologically effed in the mind.
Now times that by a few billion and you have BaneCat, a villain in cat form who likes nothing more than to taunt and mock his owner. And it’s hilarious.
A standard tornado is enough crazy for most people, but add fire into the mix and some heavy metal music and you have crazy elevated to badass.
That’s what’s going on with this footage shot at Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Denver, CO where a dust devil drew a fire into it and burned an acre of land.
The critical folks over at Screen Junkies have just released their Honest Trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger, just in time to rib the old film before WInter Soldier is upon us.
And the ribbing goes from the it-just-exists-to-set-up-”The-Avengers” to the fact that Hugo Weaving, again, plays the villain in a big summer blockbuster *yawn*
The King is alive and well and hanging out on a tropical island with a few other celebrities whose deaths are awash with conspiracy theories.
Turns out Elvis, Tupac, Kurt, Marilyn, Bruce and John Lennon just want some peace and quiet—and some Bavarian beer.
All hail Mikey Bolts, he will earn your instant respect with his phenomenal rendition of Pharrell’s track Happy.
In what must surely be the best cover version of any song in the world ever, Bolts mimics Stewie, Peter, even Herbert the Pervert gets to lay down some lyrics. Superb.
This is pretty depressing stuff to see: GoPro footage from the powerful Anna Tank missions with T-72’s supporting the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) infantry during battles in Darayya, a suburb of Damascus.
The footages shows the offensive to push the rebels south and out of Darayya, and shows the devastation writ by Bashir, who seems to enjoy blowing the crap out of empty buildings and trees.
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If you’re looking to make a cosplay music video out of a London Comic Con event, Sneaky Zebra are your go-to people.
Every time there’s a London Con they come up with an epic video that captures the next-level dressing up that makes the events look so much fun. Plus: hot chicks.
This guy doesn’t look like your average Katy Perry fan, but then this isn’t really your average Katy Perry track.
It’s more like a mashup of many, many musical styles, from Iron Maiden type scream-rock to MJ to Frank Sinatra crooning. Epic.
Cinema Sins cast their scrupulous eye on the Harry Potter franchise, taking shots at the fourth installment, The Goblet Of Fire.
Sure it might have everything you think would make a great movie—a tournament, young love, illogical dragons—but some how it still managed to suck.
Batman’s not content to be the star of his own movies, his ego is so mega he has to star in other people’s films too.
So here he is cropping up again in famous movie scenes to tarnish your memories of them and be all aggressive and husky voiced.
This poor guy, his girlfriend is “literally dyinnnng” and “just can’t” after watching Beyonce’s “Drunk In Love” video, so he does what any concerned boyfriend would, he calls emergency services.
But what he’s failed to realise, and what the dispatcher reminds him, is “If a girl says she’s ‘literally’ doing anything, do not worry. That thing is not actually happening.” Stay safe out there.
The Screen Junkies guys previously showed how John McClane would need four lives just to get through the first Die Hard movie, so what about the other four?
Let’s just say that McClane should be grateful the laws of science don’t apply to Hollywood, because otherwise the movies would need to be set inside a hospital (preferably in McClane’s own head), while McClane lies in bed in an induced coma, wrapped in bandages.