Tastefully Offensive: September 2015

Sep 30, 2015

Black Simon & Garfunkel Perform The Weeknd's 'Can't Feel My Face' with Art Garfunkel

Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon welcomes Black Simon and Garfunkel (The Roots' Questlove and Captain Kirk Douglas) back to the show to sing The Weeknd's hit song "Can't Feel My Face" with the real Art Garfunkel.

Previously: Black Simon and Garfunkel Sing Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood'

[The Tonight Show]

Helpful Dog Swings Jump Rope for Kids

A clever little dog holds one end of a rope for a group of jump roping kids from Penha, Santa Catarina, Brazil.

[YouTube/via InfinityDash]

Miley Cyrus' 'Saturday Night Live' Season Premiere Promos

Singer and actress Miley Cyrus will be the host and musical guest of the season 41 premiere of Saturday Night Live on October 3rd.

[Saturday Night Live]

How to Water Your Dragon

Poncho is a very spoiled bearded dragon lizard, and her preferred method of drinking water is having it served to her directly from a spray bottle.

[Michael S./via Brantuelite]

Bulldog Moonwalks Backwards After Fetching Toy

According to Bradley Friesen, his English Bulldog, Bentley, is very a "unique" dog and has a strange habit of randomly walking backwards.

Here's a GIF of Bentley walking backwards because he doesn't trust the vacuum cleaner:
[iamkokonutz/via reddit]

Puppies Playing in Leaves

To celebrate the beginning of Fall, MrFunnyMals compiled this cute compilation of puppies having fun playing in big piles of leaves.

Previously: Dogs Conquering Their Fear of Floors, Cats Stealing Money from Their Humans

[sent by MrFunnyMals]

This Guy Makes $1000 a Week Waiting in Lines for People

Salon profiles Robert Samuel, the founder of Same Ole Line Dudes, the world's first line sitting company. Robert and his team of professional line sitters charge $25 for the first hour and $10 for each additional half hour to wait in line for people at a variety of events based in New York City, including tech releases, Broadway shows, and brunch waitlists.

[Salon/via elshizzo]

100 Years of Wedding Dresses in 3 Minutes

In the latest episode of their 100 Years of Fashion series, Mode enlisted model Lolly Howie to showcase the evolution of popular bridal gown fashion from 1915 to today.

Previously: 100 Years of Men’s Swimwear, 100 Years of Male Fashion, 100 Years of Female Fashion


The Slow Mo Guys: Jello Tennis

For their latest slow motion video, The Slow Mo Guys, Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy, use a Phantom Flex high-speed camera to film globs of Jello (known as "jelly" in the U.K.) being swatted with a tennis racket at 2500 frames per second.

Previously: A Taser Impacting Bare Skin in Slow Motion

[The Slow Mo Guys]

Old Dog Loves Watching Videos About Wolves

This cute older dog named Missy is obsessed with watching YouTube videos, and she gets especially excited while watching videos about wolves.

Here's another example of Missy's video addiction:


Popular Pick Up Lines From Around the World

Cut Video asked people around world, in cities including New Delhi, Berlin, Bangkok, Paris, Rome, and more, to share their favorite (or most annoying) pick up lines.

Previously from Cut: Popular Insults From Around the World

[Cut Video]

A Guide to British Names for Vegetables

In this episode of BBC's "Anglophenia" web series, host Kate Arnell takes a look at seven veggies that have different names in America and Britain, including eggplant, zucchini, and arugula.

Previous episode: A Guide to Modern British Slang Words


Improv Everywhere's Mp3 Experiment #12

Charlie Todd's performance art improv group Improv Everywhere invited over 4,000 people to take part in the 12th edition of their annual Mp3 Experiment at Prospect Park's Long Meadow in Brooklyn, New York.
"For our latest mission, over 4,000 people pressed play simultaneously and listened to an mp4 file filled with ridiculous instructions. Participants were instructed to pack a bag with LED lights, reflective vests, and glow sticks and to sit underneath the trees surrounding Prospect Park's Long Meadow at sunset. The event was a surprise to everyone else in the park."
Previously: Mp3 Experiment #11

[Improv Everywhere]

The Gary Busey School for Dance

Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres shares a promo for a new dance school from eccentric Dancing with the Stars contestant Gary Busy.


Pet Emu Has Fun Playing Fetch with Girl

This playful emu has a blast playing fetch with her human, but instead of picking the ball up like a dog, she prefers to do a little dance around it instead.

[Sue Holmes]

Sep 29, 2015

Matt Damon Acts Out Memorable Scenes From His Long Film Career in 8 Minutes on 'The Late Late Show'

Host of the The Late Late Show James Corden celebrates Matt Damon's long 27-year acting career by performing snippets of Matt's iconic movie roles with Matt Damon himself.

Previous "Role Calls": Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tom Hanks

[The Late Late Show]

Puddles the Clown Sings 'Boulevard of Broken Dreams'

Puddles, the 7-foot-tall sad clown with a golden singing voice, performs Al Dubin and Harry Warren's classic song "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" from the 1934 film Moulin Rouge.

Previously: Puddles Sings Sia's 'Chandelier'

[Puddles Pity Party]

Dolphin Retrieves Girl's Dropped Cell Phone in the Bahamas

Cacique, the dolphin, came to the rescue when Teressa Cee's iPhone was accidentally dropped into the ocean while she was vacationing at the Blue Lagoon Island resort in the Bahamas.
"We were on a floating platform in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. So, against a my better judgment I asked someone to hold my phone for me and he accidentally dropped my phone into water and it sank to the bottom. Cacique, the dolphin, actually retrieved my phone and brought it back up to me. Cutest thing ever!"
[Teressa Cee]

Baby Hilariously Tests His Mom's Patience

This cute baby boy tests the limits of his mother's patience while fighting the urge to touch a glass of water on the coffee table.

[AFV Kids]

Dog Ruins Trick by Eating Other Dog's Treat

While a well-behaved dog is performing a trick where he patiently balances a treat on his nose, his jerk canine housemate comes along and rudely grabs the treat for himself.


Lucky Woman Goes Swimming with Baby Otters

Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom host Stephanie Arne got the experience of the lifetime when Nurtured by Nature, an animal sanctuary in Valley Center, California, gave her the opportunity to go swimming with a five baby Asian small-clawed otters.

[nurturedbynature1/via Arbroath]

Who Really is Stephen Colbert?

After a lot of speculation in the media about his true personality, Late Show host Stephen Colbert sets out to answer the question for himself by taking a Myers-Briggs personality test.

[The Late Show]

Everything Wrong with Trendy Restaurants

(PG-13 language) In this new sketch from College Humor, an honest waitress breaks down everything that's horrible about trendy tapas-style restaurants.

Previously from College Humor: Can You Watch This Video Without Yawning?

[College Humor]

The Best News Bloopers of September 2015

(PG-13 language) NewsBeFunny presents a roundup of the funniest awkward and unexpected moments that happened during live news broadcasts in the month of September 2015.

Previously: The Best News Bloopers of August 2015

[sent by NewsBeFunny]

iPhone 6s vs. 50 Cal. Rifle

Richard Ryan from FullMag tests how well a brand new iPhone 6s holds up against a .50-caliber bullet fired from a Barrett M82A1 rifle.


The Hacks of Life: How to Sneak Into Concerts

(PG-13 content) In the latest episode of his The Hacks of Life series, comedian Mike Capes explains a foolproof way to sneak into concerts and get free food, drinks, and souvenirs once you're inside.

Previously: How to Park Anywhere for Free, How to Sneak Into Any Sports Game

[The Hacks of Life]

'Push It,' A Movie Supercut of Hero and Villain Close-Up Shots

The latest movie supercut by Andy Schneider and Jonathan Britnell of Burger Fiction features movie scenes where the camera slowly pushes in on heroes and villains, to make them look more epic. You can view a list of the films featured in this supercut on YouTube.

Previously: A Supercut of Movie Kids with Unusual Best Friends

[Burger Fiction]

An Honest Movie Trailer for 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

Screen Junkies gives their "Honest Trailer" treatment to Marvel's 2015 quip-filled Avengers sequel, Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Previous honest trailers: Peter Pan, Furious 7, Mad Max: Fury Road, Iron Man, Magic Mike

[sent by Screen Junkies]

Billy on the Street: Tina Fey Plays 'LaTina Fey'

In this clip from the upcoming season four premiere of comedian Billy Eichner's truTV comedy series Billy on the Street, Billy challenges actress/comedian Tina Fey to name 20 latino celebrities in 60 seconds.

[Billy On The Street]

The Ultimate German Fails Compilation

(PG-13 language) In honor of Germany's upcoming Oktoberfest celebration, Fail Army compiled this compilation of the Internet's best of the worst fail videos that have taken place in Germany.

Previously: The Ultimate British Fails Compilation

[Fail Army]

10 Blockbuster Movie Mistakes You Probably Didn't Notice

Rob Flis from Screen Rant takes a look at some of the biggest flaws, plot holes, and unexpected mistakes from blockbuster movies, including The Avengers, Avatar, Jurassic Park, and more.

Previous episode: 10 Movie Scenes That Were Incredibly Hard To Shoot

[Screen Rant]

Horse Licks Man's Face While Getting a Pedicure

While Al is preparing Jack the horse's hooves for his new shoes, Jack shows his appreciation by licking Al's ear and face.

[The Story of Jack]

Blind Man Describes His Least Favorite Things to Touch

Tommy Edison, who has been blind since birth, describes some of his least favorite things to touch, including spaghetti, chalk, and, of course, public bathrooms.

Previously: Tommy Describes His Favorite Things to Touch


Thug Notes: Don Quixote

(PG-13 language) Thug savant Sparky Sweets (comedian Greg Edwards) provides a condensed low-down on Don Quixote, the the iconic 1605 novel by Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.

Previous episodes: V for Vendetta, The Fellowship of the Ring, A Game of Thrones


Guy Comes Up with Creative Way to Push His Stalled Car

(PG-13 language) While getting help from a good Samaritan, this guy came up with a pretty genius method of pushing his broken down car without scratching either vehicles.

[darkwolflord/via SafariZoned]

100 More Most Iconic Movie Quotes of All Time

(PG-13 language) Because of popular demand, Clint Gage from CineFix is back with another batch of the most iconic and quotable movie lines in film history.

Previously: Part One


Sep 28, 2015

Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel Go to Couples Therapy

Actor Matt Damon and late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel visit a couple's therapist in an attempt to work out their longstanding (fake) feud.

[Jimmy Kimmel Live]

French Bulldog Puppy Struggling to Reach His Favorite Ball

Pixel, the French bulldog puppy, has a frustrating habit of getting his favorite tennis ball stuck in places just beyond his reach.

Previously: Pixel Desperately Tries to Play with Unamused Cat


Dude Perfect's Slip 'N Slide Football Battle

The guys from the Dallas, Texas-based trick shot team Dude Perfect compete against each other in a series of slippery football challenges.

Previously: Dude Perfect's Kid's Clubs Golf Tournament

[Dude Perfect]

Formerly Neglected Golden Retriever Picks Out Her First Toy

Roo, the one-year-old golden retriever, was recently rescued from a bad situation by Brian Beker. In this cute video, Roo visits a pet store for the first time to pick out any toy she wants. According to Brian, Roo grew up imprisoned, starved, neglected, and never had any toys.

[Brian Beker]

Chewbacca Toilet Paper Dispenser

This toilet paper dispenser does a spot-on impression of Chewbacca from Star Wars.


Guy Makes Mesmerizing Dance Video Out of Flight Safety Card

While on a flight, Paolo Čerić noticed that his plane's safety information card had a dance vibe to it, so he animated the characters on the card and set it to "Bla Bla Bla" by Gigi D' Agostino.

[Paolo Čerić/via reddit]

Pope Francis Meets Baby Pope at Papal Parade in Philadelphia

During Saturday's Papal Parade in Philadelphia, Pope Francis stopped his motorcade when he spotted a cute baby girl, named Quinn, wearing a miniature Pope costume. Pope Francis, who seemed very amused by Quinn's outfit, blessed her before carrying on with the parade.

[6ABC Action News/via People]

Rate Me

In this new sketch from Los Angeles-based comedy group Genuine Jerks, two friends go down the slippery slope of asking each other to rate their looks from a scale of 1 to 10.


Meet Johnny Depp's Baby Bat

Trish Wimberley from the Australian Bat Clinic introduces us to Jackie Sparrow, a baby flying fox bat who made friends with actor Johnny Depp while he was filming the next Pirates Of The Caribbean movie near the clinic on Australia's Gold Coast.
"Johnny expressed his love of bats and offered to sponsor the little one as it undergoes rehabilitation at the clinic, after losing contact with it’s mother during a heavy storm."
Previously from Wakaleo: Baby Bat 'Burritos'


How to Build a Low-Budget Ooze Canister from 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze'

In this episode of "DIY Prop Shop," host Dustin McLean demonstrates how to use cheap materials to build a realistic-looking replica of an ooze canister from the classic 1991 film, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze.

Previous episodes: 'Ghostbusters' Ghost Trap, 'Back to the Future' Hoverboard

[sent by AWE Me]

Smart Baby Figures Out How to Escape Bed

After realizing the bed he's on is too high to safely jump off of, this genius baby comes up with the plan to throw down some pillows to soften his landing.

[Francisco Aguilar]

Toby the Tiny Monkey Takes His First Bath

In this cute video, Toby, the two-month-old baby marmoset monkey, is given his very first bath in the sink, which he seems to thoroughly enjoy.

[Toby the Tiny Monkey]

The True Identity of Batman's Greatest Villain

In the latest animated parody by Dorkly, the mastermind behind behind all of Batman's greatest enemies is finally revealed.

Previously from Dorkly: Batman's Life Isn't Really All That Tragic