If you’re a Marvel fan, heck even if you’re not, you’ve seen the pretty awesome trailer for the upcoming Thor Ragnarok movie.
Well, now that’s been edited so that the major players in the upcoming snap UK election replace Chris Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum and the rest. Just wait until you see who the Hulk is.
Anyone in the UK will be now have heard the news that a snap election has been called by prime minster Theresa May.
It was a pretty shocking announcement, but no one it seems was a upset as satirist Jonathan Pie, whose reaction you can see in this very funny video.
The harrowing footage of a United Airlines passenger being dragged from his seat caused outrage and mocking in equal measure.
And comedian and talkshow host Jimmy Kimmel took a pop at United Airlines recently, firstly criticising them in a monologue, then ridiculing them with a hilarious spoof commercial.
Being president is obviously a huge stress, so sometimes a soothing song can help ease the pressure, especially all that public speaking.
In this amusing follow-up to the Life Accordion to Trump parody by Australian comedian Huw Parkinson, President Donald Trump plays more tunes on his invisible accordion.
Cricket is a game that, among many things, features its fair share of eye watering and cringeworthy nut shots.
And who better to take you through some of the most wince-inducing that Ozzy Man himself, “The Dick Gods are bastards some days.” he notes.
So it turns out that, along with cooking Gordon Ramsay is also pretty good at pranking people, as can be seen in this compilation from his time hosting The Nightly Show.
From pretending to get his hand sliced to bits in a blender accident to surprising members of the public, he need his own practical joke show.
Brexit is in many people’s eyes a failure of Titanic proportions, so it makes sense to turn the whole sorry saga into a version of James Cameron’s movie.
And that’s exactly what Comedy Central UK have done, reimagining the disaster that is Brexit as the disaster that was the Titanic, including clips from politicians Boris, Theresa, Nigel, and Jeremy and more.
Comedian Simon Brodkin (you’ll know him as Lee Nelson) decides to prank Britain’s Got Talent judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams be pretending to be a rapping rabbi.
He starts by defining what makes up the perfect BGT contestant, patriotism, crapness, the unexpected, then beats them at their own game.