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.
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.
You would think that someone would know whether they were circumcised or not—but no, not if you’re Patrick Stewart.
While he was on Graham Norton’s chat show he recounts a hilarious story about how he found out he wasn’t—and his fellow X-Man Hugh Jackman is in tears over it.
Let’s say you’re walking along the street minding your own when you chance upon two people beating the crap out of each other.
You need to film that immediately so you can upload it to the internet—but you need to know how to film it correctly first. This video will teach you all you need to know. Step 1: Always film vertically.
When the kids aren’t staring into their phones and playing Pokemon Go, it seems they’re making Vines about playing Pokemon Go.
And they’re making A LOT of them, but don’t worry you don’t need to go searching them out because they’ve been handily curated together in this compilation.
Bob Ross is famous for his paintings of nature, The Revenant is famous for Leo getting stuck (quite literally sometimes) in nature—and horses.
So it was only a matter of time before the two met, and they do so in this hilarious spoof with Frank Garcia-Hejl as Ross as his serene mountain scenes become infused with more and more red paint.
If you like your magic delivered with a desert-dry sense of humor, this kid is going to delight you.
Kyle Eschen is only 15-years-old but he’s already a consummate pro and does a great job of mixing intelligent humor, awkwardness, and magic.
Amid the campaigns and general tedium in the build up to the UK general election your political immune system might not be at its best.
Which means you might be susceptible to what’s being called the ‘UKIP virus’—symptoms include a sudden onset of xenophobia, casual racism, and general hatred for others who aren’t like you.