Florian ‘Venom’ Kohler, the badass French pool trick shot artist is back to wow all over again with yet more insanely challenging pool trick shots with Dallas-based trick shot group, Dude Perfect.
Some of them are so ridiculous you’ll be screaming FAKE! at your computer screen, but they’re not fake Florian just spends hours and hours practising.
Donald Trump’s handshakes with world leaders have become, much like everything else he does, a point of interest and curiosity by the media/
Here Australian comedian Ozzy Man Reviews hilariously commentates on a compilation of the POTUS’ attempts at handshake domination.
Using different dialects from across the United Kingdom and the world YouTuber Truseneye92 journeys through 67 accents in this impressive video, from scouser to Brummie, Texan, and beyond.
Truseneye92 says he learned and picked up the accents and voices from TV, movies, video-games, the internet and real life experiences. The boy surely has a future in voice acting.
Irish music duo Rubberbandits, who have a song featured on the new T2 soundtrack, have released a new music video for their track ‘Donald in the Distance.’
Like everything these days it relates to a certain US president, and has Blindboy Boatclub, one half of the duo, interviewing a horrifying version of Donald Trump that’s straight from your nightmares.
Squidward Tentacles is the cranky octopus from SpongeBob SquarePants, not the type of character you expect to see rapping some contemporary hip hop.
Which makes this mashup from New York-based video editor Adam Schleichkorn, aka Mylo the Cat, which sees Squidward rapping Big Sean’s 2016 hip hop hit ‘Bounce Back’ all the more amusing.
Whoopi Goldberg and Keanu Reeves were recently sat together on The Graham Norton Show on BBC, and they made a great pair.
At one point Goldberg tells the host about some hair loss, some pubic hair loss, about how what was once able to be beaded was now as bald as a coot—meanwhile Keanu is sat there hilariously squirming away at it all.
On a recent appearance on BBC Radio 1’s The Matt Edmondson Show, actor and comedian Will Arnett, the voice of Batman The LEGO Batman Movie uses his Batvoice to prank call a local toy shop.
But not only does the prank involve beingin character as Lego Batman, Arnett also has to start each sentence starts with the next letter of the alphabet. Hilarity obviously ensues.
We all remember those classic lines and scenes from popular culture, like “Mirror, mirror, on the wall.” Well, the thing is, you think you remember them but they get misconstrued.
For instance “Mirror, mirror…” is actually “Magic mirror”—that and other misremembered lines are recalled correctly in this Cracked video that should ensure you’re the smuggest of all your friends.