When you’re late for work it’s integral that you have a good excuse (or coffee and donuts) as your bolt through the door, sweating and stressed.
There are various routes this can take, and in this sketch by Foil Arms and Hog they detail the 11 different forms those excuses they can take.
A dark comedy sketch by UK comedian and YouTuber Thomas Ridgewell (aka TomSka) features a young girl who finds a genie in a lamp.
She starts by trying to get more than the three wishes the genie is willing to grant, but then when she tries to outsmart him things take a dark turn.
This sketch by Australia-based comedian Troy Kinne features a bunch of cavemen who recently discovered sex, then hold a meeting to brainstorm ideas on how to seduce women.
They break them down into good ideas, maybe, and bad ideas but being cavemen some of their good ideas are more like bad ones.
You may or may not have heard of Snuff Box, a pretty awesome sketch show which starred Matt Berry and Rich Fulcher.
And if you haven’t, it’s time to get introduced with this sketch where Matt and Rich find Elton in their recording studio. Bad move Elton, bad move.
This sketch comes comes from Australian comedy show Soul Mates and features two cavemen, Sticks and Rocky, who accidentally create a currency.
It involves shells and kicking people in the nuts, and soon from two people trading they’ve created an entire financial system for their tribe.
In 2013’s movie The Purge America becomes overrun with anarchy as an annual 12-hours of lawlessness starts where all criminal activity, murder included, is legal.
In this dark but funny sketch from Pizza For Breakfast they look at what happens after those 12 hours are up—just what do people do after all that murder and heinous behavior?
Norwegian comedy group Pistol Shrimps ponder what it might be like if Professor Xavier’s school for mutants had open auditions.
So just like TV talent show contestants, mutants get to show why they think they deserve to be one of the X-Men. It results in some hilariously imagined mock superpowers.
A classic sketch from Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse where they spoof the ‘good old days’ with a mock PSA.
Created in the style of a 1950s public information film it’s a perfect satirical swipe at the sexist thoughts and opinions of the era—or any era.