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.
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.
British comedy channel Third Leg Studios have a new sketch out which features a woman confronting her boyfriend about his obsession and overuse of internet memes.
And not just sharing them online, but speaking in memes instead of normal sentences and, as you can imagine, it would become incredibly infuriating.
With Valentine’s Day approaching Jimmy Kimmel heads out to Hollywood Boulevard to find happy couples and ask them a simple question: ‘How many times a month do you have sex?’
The answer are somewhat surprising and include couple-swapping, a birthday and a surprise cameo by Fifty Shades star Jamie Dornan.
Swedish magician and illusionist Julien Dauphin gets some bemused responses from passersby in this video—and it’s not because he’s reading a newspaper, which seems an archaic activity these days.
It’s because he’s reading a newspaper in an what appears to be an invisible chair, casually seemingly suspended in midair while people gawk at him with incredulity.
British comedy channel, Third Leg Studios, latest sketch sees them take on something that every gym has, that one guy who’s so much bigger than everyone else.
In this skit that guy learns an important and valuable lesson about himself after realizing he’s no longer the biggest guy there.
If you never listened to it, then your surely missed out on the Adam and Joe show which used to air Saturday mornings on BBC’s 6 Music.
The world is a less amusing place for it no longer being on, but they do perform the occasional reunion show—this brilliant animation was done for one last year and features hilarious audio of them interviewing ‘the Queen’ aka Adam with a silly voice.