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.
IT Crowd actors Richard Ayoade and Chris O’Dowd reunite for a trip to Vienna in this episode of Ayoade’s travel show for Channel 4.
While there, along with sampling the sausages, cakes, wines and sewers they also visit a snow globe museum, smashing some in the process.
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.
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.
Nothing is better than embarrassing photos from people’s past, and that goes double if those people are celebrities.
The Graham Norton Show put together this very funny compilation of their celebrity guests, including Dwayne Johnson, Tina Fey, and Chris Pratt, revealing their most cringeworthy throwback photos.
British physicist Stephen Hawking is known for his groundbreaking work on black holes, and his trademark electronic voice.
But now, after 30 years of having the same one, he’s decided it’s time for a change—so here 30 different actors including Liam Neeson, Anna Kendrick, Gordon Ramsey, and Bill Gates audition to be it, in this very funny sketch from Comic Relief.
Poor Ben Stiller, he’s certainly had a lot of misfortune in the movies, more than you might think in fact.
As you see from this supercut from Owenergy Studios which compiles many of his movie mishaps into four minutes of amusing slapstick footage.