Tastefully Offensive: November 2017

Nov 30, 2017

#DecorationDisasters


Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon shares some of the best fan-submitted tweets from this week's holiday-themed Tonight Show Twitter hashtag, #DecorationDisaster.

Previously: #ThatWasTMI

Dog Experiences Snow for the First Time, Goes Absolutely Nuts


Jo Ellery from North Yorkshire, England shared this cute video of her working cocker spaniel, Truffle, going berserk with excitement while experiencing snow for the first time. You can see more of Truffle on his Twitter page.

Carol of the Pugs


Cartersville, Georgia-based singer-songwriter and artist Maggie Smith Kühn sings a pug-themed version of the classic Christmas song, "Carol of the Bells," in this amusing video that stars her adorable pug, Lucy.
"Lucy the pug would like to wish you a very merry Christmas. This is the dumbest video I have ever made, and was also a ridiculous amount of fun. What can I say, I'm obsessed with this dog."

A Hilarious Parody of the 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Trailer


For the latest edition of their animated parody series, "Toon Sandwich," ArtSpear Entertainment cleverly spoofs the main trailer for the upcoming Star Wars film, Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
"The Force is wide awake now and sipping non-decaf. Join Luke, Rey, Ren, Finn, Poe, porg, Snoke and multi-syllable characters like Leia, Phasma and - whoah slow down now - Chewbacca on the space adventure trailer spoof of a very sheltered lifetime! And remember, he who Jedis last, Jedis longest."

Kid Inventors Show Off Their Creations on 'The Tonight Show'


For the latest edition of The Tonight Show and GE's "Fallonventions" segment (previously), clever kid inventors, Grace Meisser, cousins Indigo Acosta, Daniel Cordova and Cameron Gonzales, and Chris Pyter demonstrate their cool inventions, then host Jimmy Fallon shows off a few not-so-impressive inventions of his own.

Hedgehog in Socks


In this ridiculously cute video from the UK, a spoiled pet hedgehog enjoys some gentle belly rubs while staying cozy in his tiny knitted socks.

Alexa Chung Attempts the 'Hot Ones' Spicy Wing Challenge


(PG-13 language) In the latest episode of First We Feast's "Hot Ones" series, host Sean Evans interviews British author, model, and fashion designer Alexa Chang as they suffer through ten progressively spicy chicken wings vegan nuggets.
"Alexa Chung is one of the Hot Ones muses. Back in the U.K., she hosted Channel 4's PopWorld, where she knocked music's biggest stars out of their PR-driven flight pattern with her hilarious segments and tongue-in-cheek questions. From there she hopped the pond to host her own MTV show, and has since become one of the fashion world's power players, launching her own clothing line, hosting a web series for Vogue, and generally killing it on both sides of the Atlantic. But how is she with hot food? Find out she takes on the wings of death in a Molly Goddard dress, explaining how she got banned from red-carpet hosting duties while entering a spice prison built out of capsaicin-laced vegan nuggets."
Previous episodes: Mario Batali, Bob Saget, Terry Crews

Tommy Wiseau Shares His Thoughts on 'The Disaster Artist'


In this clip from Wednesday night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Tommy Wiseau joins actor and director James Franco to discuss James' new film, The Disaster Artist, a biographical comedy film that chronicles the making of Tommy's so-bad-it's-good classic cult film, The Room.

In the clip below, James Franco talks about making The Disaster Artist.



Justin Timberlake and Stephen Colbert Ponder Deep Questions


In the latest installment of The Late Show's "Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars" segment, Stephen Colbert and singer-songwriter and actor Justin Timberlake try to wrap their minds around some of life's biggest mysteries while lying under a starry sky.

Previously: Big Questions With Brad Pitt

Carpool Karaoke with Kelly Clarkson


In the latest installment of Late Late Show host James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke" series, James and singer-songwriter Kelly Clarkson sing some of her new and classic hits, then James arranges for Kelly and her husband Brandon Blackstock to spend some much needed quality time together.

Previously: P!nk, Miley Cyrus, Foo Fighters, Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars

Simon's Cat in 'Kitten Crazy Time'


In the latest "Simon's Cat" animated short film from British animator Simon Tofield and his team, Simon's cat discovers his kitten housemate has his own moments of madness in this sequel to the "Crazy Time" Simon's Cat short from 2014, which you can watch below.



Previously: Simon's Cat in 'Fast Food'

John Boyega Shows Off His Michael Jackson Dance Moves


In this clip from Wednesday night's episode of The Tonight Show, Star Wars: The Last Jedi star chats with host Jimmy Fallon about his hobby of going grocery shopping in the middle of the night, then shows off his best MJ moves to "Billy Jean."

In another clip from the interview, below, John gives a brief spoiler-free rundown of where all the characters left off in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.



Nov 29, 2017

Tortoise Relentlessly Follows Cat Wherever He Goes


Bob, the African spurred tortoise, desperately wants to be friends with Lucky, the grey tabby cat, and follows her every move around the backyard, despite Lucky's complete lack of interest. Watch more of Bob giving chase to Lucky in the video below.



Easter Eggs and References in the First Trailer for Marvel's 'Avengers: Infinity War'


Sydney, Australia-based film enthusiast Mr. Sunday Movies points out and explains some of the easter eggs, hidden references, and other things you may have missed in the just-released first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War.

A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Pixar Animation Studios


To celebrate the release of Pixar's latest animated film, Coco, Pixar invited Alexys Gabrielle from Oh My Disney to Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, California to give fans a behind-the-scenes sneak peek at where Pixar's movies are made.

Creed Bratton Adds Lyrics to 'The Office' Theme Song


Back in May, YouTube user Joe Mac filmed this entertaining video of actor and musician Creed Bratton, who played the character also named Creed Bratton on the NBC sitcom, The Office, giving lyrics to The Office opening theme song at a concert in Carborro, North Carolina.

[via Psykpatient]

The History of Rochester’s Garbage Plate


Great Big Story chats with Alex Tahou, the owner of Nick Tahou Hots restaurant in Rochester, New York, about his father and grandfather's "Garbage Plate" creation, a calorie-packed monstrosity that has helped cure thousands of hangovers.
"It might look like, well, garbage, but there’s an art to Rochester’s infamous garbage plate. It starts off with sides—an impossible choice of french fries, home fries, macaroni salad or beans. Next comes the meat, hotdogs, hamburgers or cheeseburgers. And finally, the whole shebang is topped off with mustard, onions, ketchup and hot sauce. If you’ve got the guts for it, no one does it better than Nick Tahou Hots. They’ve been perfecting the marvelous mess for the past 3 generations."
Previously: How Mario Got His Name (and Mustache)

Impatient Boxer Dog Continuously Honks Car Horn


(Loud) While leaving his local gym, a man from Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada filmed this hilarious video of a boxer dog in a truck appearing to try to get his human's attention by continuously honking the truck's horn.

Guy Turns Furby Into Creepy Amazon Echo


Zach Levine, a software engineer from Tampa, Florida, figured out how to make Furbies even creepier by giving one the intelligence of Amazon's Alexa. Read the project details on Howchoo.
"By combining a Raspberry Pi Zero W (a tiny computer), Amazon's open-source Alexa Voice Service software, and a few other electrical components, I converted my normal Furby into a Furby Echo. I give you: Furlexa."

Daisy Ridley and Jimmy Fallon Do a 'Star Wars'-Themed Whisper Challenge


In this clip from Monday night's episode of The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon and Star Wars: The Last Jedi star Daisy Ridley take turns trying to guess random Star Wars-themed names and phrases while wearing noise-canceling headphones.

Previously: Whisper Challenge with Keanu Reeves

Little Parrot Couple is Madly in Love


Photographer Rupa Sutton shared this adorable video of her parrotlets, River and Rain, expressing their love for each other with little wiggle dances. See more of this cute couple on Instagram.

Marvel's 'Avengers: Infinity War' Official Trailer


Marvel Studios just released the first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, the upcoming 2018 sequel to 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron, and nineteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Infinity War charges into theaters on May 4th, 2018.
"As the Avengers and their allies have continued to protect the world from threats too large for any one hero to handle, a new danger has emerged from the cosmic shadows: Thanos. A despot of intergalactic infamy, his goal is to collect all six Infinity Stones, artifacts of unimaginable power, and use them to inflict his twisted will on all of reality. Everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment - the fate of Earth and existence itself has never been more uncertain."

Nov 28, 2017

Ivan Decker Stand-Up on 'Conan'


Vancouver, Canada-based comedian Ivan Decker discusses his struggles with working out and cooking in this hilarious stand-up routine from Monday night's episode of Conan.

Previously: James Veitch Stand-Up

Thug Notes: Jane Austen's 'Emma'


(PG-13 language) In the latest episode of Wisecrack's "Thug Notes" series, thug savant Sparky Sweets (Greg Edwards) summarizes and analyzes Jane Austen's classic 1815 novel, Emma.

Previous episodes: It, Ready Player One, Where the Wild Things Are

Inventor Mark Rober Creates a Liquid Sand Hot Tub


Inventor and former NASA engineer, Mark Rober, demonstrates how he turned a broken hot tub into a giant fluidized bed that makes normal sand behave like a soupy, liquid-like substance.
"Fluidized beds are used in industry for various reasons. They also happen to be really cool to play with and swim in. I made a liquid sand hot tub by adding air in just the right way."
Previously from Mark: How to Beat Carnival Games That Are Designed to Scam You

Cockatiel Tap Dances on Box


In this cute video from Taipei, Taiwan, a pet cockatiel named Totoro shows off his adorable tap dancing skills every time his owner taps on a box.

An Honest Trailer for 'The Room'


Jon Bailey from Screen Junkies' "Honest Trailers" series takes an honest look back at Tommy Wiseau's so-bad-it's-good cult film, The Room, to celebrate this week's release of the James Franco's The Disaster Artist, a biographical comedy film that chronicles the making of The Room.

Previously: An Honest Trailer for 'Stranger Things'

How Millennials Are Killing the Diamond Industry


In this new video from Cracked, a "killer" millennial explains why she and many of her fellow millenials are shamelessly "murdering" the diamond industry.
"You can’t click a headline this day without hearing what industry Millennials are killing. But now, the notorious Killer Millennial is confessing: that’s right. She killed diamonds. And she’s not sorry."

Simon's Cat Logic: Christmas Safety


In this episode of the "Simon's Cat Logic" series, Simon Tofield, the creator of the popular animated short series, "Simon's Cat," and Cat Behavior Expert, Nicky Trevorrow, from Cats Protection, discuss different ways to keep your cats safe during the chaotic holiday season.

At the end of the episode, stick around for four classic Christmas-themed "Simon's Cat" films.

Previous episode: Learn to Play Cat

American Kids Try Saudi Arabian Food for the First Time


In the latest episode of HiHo's "American Kids Try" series, a panel of kid taste testers from Seattle, Washington share their thoughts on popular dishes from Saudi Arabia, including shakshouka, saleeg, kabsa, and kanafah.

Previous episodes: Greek Food, Malaysian Food, Turkish Food, Indian Food, Dutch Food

The Onion Reviews Pixar's ‘Coco’


The Onion's head film critic, Peter K. Rosenthal, (comedian Ron E. Rains) shares his thoughts on Pixar's recently-released animated musical fantasy film, Coco.
"Coco: A film that utterly fails to use its setting in the afterlife to solve Natalie Wood's mysterious murder in 1981."
Previously: The Onion Reviews 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

Happiness (An Animated Short Film by Steve Cutts)


(PG-13: content) This brilliantly animated short film by British illustrator and animator Steve Cutts tells the story of a rat's relentless quest to find fulfillment and happiness.

Michael B. Jordan Answers 73 Random Questions for Vogue


In the latest episode of Vogue's "73 Questions" series, Joe Sabia visits the Los Angeles home of actor Michael B. Jordan to ask him a barrage of questions about his life and acting career.

Previous episodes: Chrissy Teigen, Daisy Ridley, Zac Efron

Learning to Saber a Champagne Bottle


In this celebratory episode of his "This Week I Learned" series, Scottish photographer Mike Boyd attempts to teach himself how to open a bottle of sparkling wine by popping the top off with a saber sword, aka sabrage.

Previous episode: Learning to Ride a Downhill Mountain Biking Trail

How to Make the Calorie-Packed Garbage Plate from 'The Place Beyond The Pines'


In the latest episode of "Binging with Babish," a cooking series where home chef Andrew Rea recreates famous foods from films and TV shows, Andrew prepares a homemade version of the Garbage Plate special from the famous Rochester, New York restaurant, Nick Tahou Hots, that was mentioned in the 2012 crime drama film, The Place Beyond the Pines.

Previous episode: How to Make Rachel's Beef Trifle from 'Friends'

Nov 27, 2017

Cheese Expert Guesses Cheap vs. Expensive Cheeses


Epicurious challenged renowned cheese expert Liz Thorpe to correctly identify the cheap and expensive versions of parmesan cheese, goat cheese, gruyère cheese, feta cheese, and blue cheese after doing a blind taste test.
"For each round of cheap cheese vs expensive cheese, Liz visually analyzed, smelled, then executed a taste test before guessing which cheese cost more. Once the prices were revealed, Thorpe explained why a specific cheese making process costs more and dives into the specifics of how to make the different cheeses."

Matt Stonie Attempts to Eat 3 Pounds of Honey


For his latest personal food challenge, San Jose, California-based professional competitive eater Matt "Megatoad" Stonie tests how quickly he can consume 4,000 calories worth of honey.

Previously: Matt Attempts to Eat 50 Scrambled Eggs

A Supercut of Every 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Trailer


James Darling from the Science vs. Cinema series but together this four-minute, hype-inducing supercut of every trailer and commercial that has been released for the upcoming Star Wars film, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which hits theaters on December 15th.

We Don't Need Any More Podcasts


(PG-13: language) In the latest sketch from College Humor, Zach tells Grant what we all want to say when a friend announces they're starting a new podcast.
"Go ahead and remove that Blue Snowball microphone from your Amazon cart. It’s not gonna work."
Previous sketch: A Tourism Ad for Your Crappy Hometown

7 Things You Didn't Know About 'Planes, Trains, and Automobiles'


For the latest episode of CineFix's "Things You Didn't Know" movie trivia series, host Clint Gage shares some little-known, behind-the-scenes facts about the classic 1987 holiday film, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the film's theatrical release.

Previously: 7 Thing You Didn't Know About 'The Princess Bride'

Is Rhaegar Targaryen the True Hero of 'Game of Thrones'?


(Spoilers, PG-13: content) For his latest Game of Thrones-themed video essay, Alt Shift X takes an in-depth look at the life of Rhaegar Targaryen.
"Who was Jon Snow’s father, Rhaegar Targaryen? What were his political plans for his father, Mad King Aerys? What were his beliefs about the prophecy of Azor Ahai and the three heads of the dragon?"
Previously essay: The Valyrian Swords of 'Game of Thrones'

Leopard Facts with Robert Irwin


In this web-exclusive clip from The Tonight Show, 13-year-old animal expert Robert Irwin, the son of Steve Irwin, shares some interesting leopard facts while hanging out backstage with two leopard cubs, Attila and Usain (watch Robert's latest Tonight Show appearance).

Previously: Robert Shares Kangaroo Facts

New Zealand Police's Epic New Recruitment Video Features Parkouring Cops and a Police Cat


New Zealand Police just released this hilarious, over-the-top recruitment video that features over 70 real cops, a police band, helicopters, parkour, and a police cat.
"We want our country to be the safest, but we can’t do it without your help. So, if you care enough to be a cop, we’ll make sure you’re capable enough."

Frustrated Bulldog Tries to Fetch Ball in Reflection


Toby, the not-so-clever English Bulldog, struggles to figure out why he's unable to reach the reflection of his ball in a mirror-like refrigerator door.

Clever Otter Opens Refrigerator to Search for Snacks


In this adorable video from Bangkok, Thailand, Cartel, the pet Asian small clawed otter, figures out how to open the refrigerator to find out where his owner hides the fish.

Brother and Sister Create Hilariously Dramatic Short Film


YouTube user "Moonday14" from Orem, Utah shared this hilarious low-budget short film titled, "The Hunt," that she made with her younger brother after putting extensions in his hair. The film features the song "Canis Lupus" by Alexandre Desplat.
"I put my hair extensions on my little brother and things escalated."

People Getting Acupuncture for the First Time


In this episode of Cut's "First Takes" series, a slow motion camera captures the reactions of several men and women experiencing the painful prick of acupuncture for the first time.

Previous episode: People Getting Bikini Waxed for the First Time

Angry Sea Lion Traps 'Blue Planet II' Film Crew on Dock


In this amusing behind-the-scenes clip from the new BBC nature documentary series, Blue Planet II, a grumpy sea lion refuses to budge from the dock when the film crew attempts to carry equipment from their boat to their base.

Nov 26, 2017

Kids React to Black Sabbath


In the latest classic rock edition of The Fine Brothers' "Kids React" series, a group of kids, ages 8 to 13, react to some of the greatest hits from legendary British rock band, Black Sabbath.

Previously: Kids React to Madonna

Tom Hanks Laughing


Owenergy Studios follows up their recent supercut of Tom Hanks yelling in movies with this equally entertaining supercut of Tom Hanks laughing in many of his movies.

Sesame Street Spoofs 'Stranger Things'


In this amusing parody of Netflix's supernatural horror series, Stranger Things, by the long-running children's series Sesame Street, the Cookiegorgon (Cookie Monster) leaves the Snackside Down in search of more treats.

Previously: Sesame Street Spoofs 'Game of Thrones'

Cats Climbing Things


The Pet Collective put together this amusing clip compilation of cute cats proving to be the ultimate climbers as they navigate their way up refrigerators, stairs, legs, and more.

Previously: Pets Taking Leaps of Faith, Smarty Dogs, Pets With Dad Bods

Comedian Vir Das Presents News From the Rest of the World


Since American news is mostly dominated by Donald Trump, Conan O'Brien asks Indian comedian Vir Das to highlight some of the newsworthy things happening around the rest of the world.

Nov 25, 2017

Real-Life Uber Driver Meltdown Gets Hilariously Animated


Animator Zach Hadel, aka PsychicPebbles, created this hilarious animated recreation of a real argument between an irate Uber driver and his stubborn passenger (watch the original video).

Casually Explained: Levels of Wealth


(PG-13 language) In the latest episode of his satirical educational series, "Casually Explained," James takes a look at the three main levels of wealth in first world countries.

Previous episode: How to Flirt

Tom Hanks Yelling


Owenergy Studios put together this hilarious movie supercut of acting legend Tom Hanks yelling in dozens of his classic and modern films.

Previously from Owenergy: Keanu Reeves Saying 'Whoa' in Movies

Nov 24, 2017

OK Go’s Used 567 Printers and a Ton of Paper For Their New Amazing Music Video for 'Obsession'


(Flashing lights warning) For their latest music video masterpiece, alt rock band OK Go teamed up with the Double A paper company to turn paper from 567 printers into giant pixels for the music video for their song, "Obsession," from their latest album, Hungry Ghosts.

Previously: OK Go's Films Their Music Video for 'That One Moment' in 4.2 Seconds

Robert Irwin Introduces Jimmy Fallon to Adorable Leopard Cubs and a Feisty Anteater on 'The Tonight Show'


In this clip from Thursday night's episode of The Tonight Show, Robert Irwin, the 13-year-old son of beloved late nature expert Steve "The Crocodile Hunter" Irwin, returns to the show (watch his previously appearance) to introduce host Jimmy Fallon to more cute and exotic animals, including a tamandua anteater, two leopard cubs, a prehensile-tailed porcupine, and a Burmese python.

'Despacito' Sung by a Rubber Chicken


In this video by Franco Muñoz, a rubber chicken squawks a hilarious rendition of the summer 2017 hit, "Despacito," by Puerto Rican pop star Luis Fonsi and rapper Daddy Yankee.

[via auge2]

Woman Gets Robbed by Sneaky Little Bird


YouTube user Te Liga Formiga shared this amusing security camera footage, from a shop in Brazil, of a cheeky bird swooping in to steal a woman's cash, then make a clean getaway.

The 'Pink Panther' Theme Song as a Heavy Metal Song


Oltedal, Norway-based vocalist and musician Leo Moracchioli from Frog Leap Studios gives a metal makeover to the iconic theme song from the classic Pink Panther film series.

Previously: Tom Petty's 'Free Fallin'' as a Heavy Metal Song

The Best Fails of November 2017


(PG-13 language) Fail Army presents an entertaining, cringe-inducing roundup of the funniest and craziest fail videos that hit the Internet during the month of November 2017.

Ozzy Man's Commentary on Guys Struggling to Climb Up Slippery Stars on Japanese Game Show


(PG-13 language) Perth, Australia-based comedian Ethan Marrell, aka "Ozzy Man Reviews," adds amusing commentary to a clip from the hilarious Japenese game show, Slippery Stairs.

Previously: Ozzy Man's Commentary on Failed Robbery Attempts

Coyote Peterson Gets Intentionally Stung by a Warrior Wasp


In the latest episode of his "Breaking Trail" nature series, animal expert and adventurer Coyote Peterson follows up getting intentionally stung by bullet ant by traveling back to Costa Rica to experience the arguably equally (if not more) painful sting of a warrior wasp. Skip to the 13 minute mark for the sting.
"What started as a simple curiosity with Harvester Ant stings has now evolved and captured the world's attention in one man's quest to document the most painful insect stings from around the globe. Now in what may be his final pain index challenge ever, Coyote takes on the infamous sting of none other than the Warrior Wasp!

The Warrior Wasp, a beautiful iridescent blue paper wasp, lives in the dense jungles of Central and South America. Their stunning appearance is well complemented by their elaborate nests that adorn the rainforest canopies and can house hundreds of these winged insects. However don’t let their beauty fool you, these speedy wasps pack a seriously powerful punch that can cause major injury and even death when swarmed in high numbers."
Previously: Coyote Gets Intentionally Stung by Two Types of Scorpions

Jerry Seinfeld and Jimmy Fallon Have a Seinfeld-Off


In this clip from Thursday night's episode of The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon and comedy icon Jerry Seinfeld take turns performing classic stand-up bits written by Jerry to find out once and for all who's the better Seinfeld.

Nov 23, 2017

My Chemical Romance's 'Teenagers' Sung by the Movies


Bradford, England-based video editor Ross Thompson, aka The Unusual Suspect, recut scenes from 150 classic and modern films to create this clever movie supercut cover of My Chemical Romance's 2006 pop punk hit, "Teenagers." View a full list of the films on Ross' blog, and watch the original "Teenagers" music video below.



Previously: Yakko's 'Nations of the World' Song Sung by the Movies

Celebrity Chef Mario Batali Celebrates Thanksgiving by Attempting the 'Hot Ones' Spicy Wing Challenge


(PG-13 language) In this special Thanksgiving episode of First We Feast's "Hot Ones" series, host Sean Evans interviews legendary celebrity chef Mario Batali as they suffer through ten progressively spicy chicken wings.
"Happy Thanksgiving, Hot Ones fans! Last year, Rachael Ray gave us a Turkey Day spectacle for the ages when she mainlined all 10 hot sauces straight off a spoon. Can celeb-chef-in-arms Mario Batali live up to the powerful precedent, or will he melt down in front of the wings of death? Find out as Molto Mario steps into the holiday-themed Hot Ones terror-dome, breaking down his new Yeezy obsession and offering a recipe for the ultimate Thanksgiving-leftover sandwich as the Scovilles rise."
Previous episodes: Bob Saget, Artie Lange, Terry Crews

Husky Dogs Get Bamboozled by Husky Mask


In this video from Sakon Nakhon, Thailand, a pack of ten Siberian husky dogs get their furry minds blown when their human shows up wearing a realistic-looking husky mask.

Simon's Cat in 'Fast Food' (A Thanksgiving Special)


In the latest "Simon's Cat" animated short film from British animator Simon Tofield and his team, Simon's cat and his kitten housemate use teamwork to gobble up a Thanksgiving feast.

Previously: Simon's Cat in 'DIY'

Nov 22, 2017

#ThanksgivingFails


Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon shares some of the best fan-submitted tweets from this week's Thanksgiving-themed Tonight Show Twitter hashtag, #ThanksgivingFails.

Previously: #ThatWasTMI

'Smallfoot' Official Teaser Trailer


Warner Bros. Pictures just released the first look at Smallfoot, an upcoming 2018 animated comedy film starring the voice talents of Channing Tatum, James Corden, Zendaya, LeBron James, and Danny DeVito. Smallfoot stomps into theaters on September 28th, 2018.
"An animated adventure for all ages, with original music and an all-star cast, “Smallfoot” turns the Bigfoot legend upside down when a bright young Yeti finds something he thought didn’t exist—a human. News of this “Smallfoot” throws the simple Yeti community into an uproar over what else might be out there in the big world beyond their snowy village, in an all new story about friendship, courage and the joy of discovery."

The World's Smallest Thanksgiving Turkey


In the latest episode of artist Jay Baron's oddly-satisfying miniaturized art and cooking series, "Walking With Giants," Jay prepare a tasty-looking, bite-sized Thanksgiving feast.

Previous episode: The World's Smallest Candy Apples

Lily the Elephant Bobs for Apples


The Oregon Zoo in Portland, Oregon shared this amusing video of Lily, the five-year-old asian elephant, excitedly bobbing for apples while swimming in the zoo's giant elephant pool.

Previously from Oregon Zoo: Elephants Smash Three Giant Pumpkins

Adam Ruins Expiration Dates


In this clip from a recent episode of comedian Adam Conover's truTV series, Adam Ruins Everything, Adam debunks some misconceptions about the expiration dates on food.
"Expiration dates tell you when food tastes best, not when it isn't safe."

People Getting Bikini Waxed for the First Time


In this episode of Cut's "First Takes" series, a slow motion camera is used to film a group of men and women hilariously suffering through their first bikini wax.

Previous episode: People Holding a Baby for the First Time

Benedict Cumberbatch Answers 22 Rapid-Fire Questions


British actor Benedict Cumberbatch sits down with Vanity Fair to quickly answer a barrage of 22 random questions about his life.
"In 128 seconds, Benedict Cumberbatch gives a full reenactment plus talks space shuttles, first cars and his fractured pinky toe."

Batman Sings His Own Version of 'The Sound of Silence'


Batman sings about his love of beating up bad guys in this amusing parody of Simon & Garfunkel's 1964 classic, "The Sound of Silence," from the animated comedy series How It Should Have Ended.

Determined Dog Tries to Catch Falling Snowflakes


In this cute video from Redmond, Washington, a silly dog named Bleu takes a break from playing at the local dog park to try to catch falling snow.

A Behind the Scenes Look at the Creation of the Crystal Fox Creature in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'


The Star Wars YouTube channel shared this short but fascinating look at the creation process of the new crystal fox creature, aka the vulptex, that was briefly seen in the trailer for the upcoming Star Wars film, Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Maroon 5 Busks in Disguise in NYC Subway Station


In this clip from Tuesday night's episode of The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon and Adam Levine and James Valentine from the pop rock band, Maroon 5, give a surprise, undercover performance of the Queen classic, "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," and Maroon 5's "Sugar" in New York's 50th Street subway station.

Nov 21, 2017

Gaining Super Powers


In the latest sketch from vfx artist Buttered Side Down, an unfortunate idiot attempts to gain the super powers of x-ray vision, mutant powers, teleportation, and telekinesis.

Previous sketch: The Staff of Unspeakable Evil

Grandma Shows Off Amazing Tambourine Skills


Justin Russ from Plaquemine, Louisiana shared this video of his awesome grandma, Rosalie Washington, tambourining her heart out along with the Southern University Marching Band at a recent football game.

An Honest Trailer for 'The Emoji Movie'


Jon Bailey from Screen Junkies' "Honest Trailers" series takes an honest look at Sony Pictures Animation's 2017 computer-animated "comedy" film, The Emoji Movie.
"Three-dimensional representations of two-dimensional phone pictures in a one-dimensional movie."
Previously: An Honest Trailer for 'Stranger Things'

How to Make a Realistic-Looking Thanksgiving Ham Cake


In this Thanksgiving-themed episode of her cake baking series, "How To Cake It," Toronto, Canada-based baker Yolanda Gampp follows up realistic-looking Thanksgiving Turkey cake recipe with a cake for all of the roasted ham lovers out there. You can view the detailed recipe for the ham cake on Yolanda's blog.

Aaron's Animals: Office Pet Peeves


In the latest "Aaron's Animals" short from Los Angeles-based VFX artist Aaron Benitez, Prince Michael, the cat, and feline pals illustrate some of the pet peeves and annoyances that everyone experiences at work.

Previously: School Pet Peeves

'Stranger Things' Stars Joe Keery and Gaten Matarazzo Answer the Internet's Most Searched Questions About Them


In the latest episode of Wired's "Autocomplete Interview" series, two of the stars of Netflix's hit '80s-inspired supernatural horror series, Stranger Things, Gaten Matarazzo and Joe Keery, reveal the answers to the top searched questions about themselves and Stranger Things.

Previous episodes: Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig, Chris Evans, Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal

How to Make Rachel's Beef Trifle from 'Friends'


In this Thanksgiving-themed episode of "Binging with Babish," a cooking series where home chef Andrew Rea recreates famous foods from films and TV shows, Andrew prepares two takes on Rachel Green's feet-tasting English trifle from the ninth episode of the sixth season of NBC's long-running 1994-2004 sitcom, Friends.
"The residents of 90 Bedford Street enjoy a rich variety of culinary contributions from roommate Rachel Green - her traditional English trifle receiving the greatest acclaim, particularly from Joey and a lucky passerby bird. Go ahead and don't enjoy this meaty, jammy monstrosity this holiday season."
Previous episode: How to Make the Triple-Decker Eggo Extravaganza from 'Stranger Things 2'

Musical Fiction (A Sketch by Rudy Mancuso)


In this new musical sketch from Los Angeles-based musician and comedian Rudy Mancuso, a guy named Robert struggles with writing the lyrics for a post-breakup song.

Previous sketch: Black Superman vs. Mexican Superman

'Peter Rabbit' Official Trailer #2


Sony Pictures just released a second sneak peek at Peter Rabbit, an upcoming 2018 live action/animated comedy film based on Beatrix Potter's classic Peter Rabbit children's stories. The film stars Domhnall Gleeson, Rose Byrne, and Sam Neill, and features the voice talents of James Corden, Margot Robbie, and Daisy Ridley. Peter Rabbit hops into theaters on February 9th, 2018.
"Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous hero who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent, contemporary comedy with attitude. In the film, Peter's feud with Mr. McGregor escalates to greater heights than ever before as they rival for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door."

Adorable Teddy Bears Fall in Love in Heathrow Airport's Touching 2017 Christmas Advert


The Heathrow Airport in London, England, brought back their cute Christmas bears for this year's tear-jerking holiday advert. Watch Heathrow's 2016 Christmas bears advert below.



American Kids Try Greek Food for the First Time


In the latest episode of HiHo's "American Kids Try" series, a panel of kid taste testers from Seattle, Washington share their thoughts on popular dishes from Greece, including tiropitakia, souvlaki, moussaka, and halva.

Previous episodes: Malaysian Food, Turkish Food, Indian Food, Dutch Food, Russian Food

Nov 20, 2017

Cat Cuddles With Rhinos


In this cute video from the Czech Republic, a black cat makes friends with a mother rhinoceros and her young calf. The fearless feline takes turns nuzzling up against both of friendly beasts.

Mac Lethal Amazingly Raps 400 Words in 1 Minute


(PG-13 language) Kansas City, Missouri-based rapper David McCleary Sheldon, aka Mac Lethal, demonstrates his insanely fast rapping skills by rapping a 400+ word song in one minute. Check out a transcript of the song on YouTube.

Previously: Mac Lethal Performs 27 Styles of Rap in 7 Minutes

Bus Hilariously Blocks The Weather Channel's Live Coverage of Today's Georgia Dome Stadium Implosion


The Weather Channel attempted live stream today's implosion of the Georgia Dome stadium in Atlanta, Georgia on their Facebook page, but a poorly timed city bus blocked the entire climax of the implosion. Turn up the volume to hear the Weather Channel cameraman's hilarious reaction, and for the curious, the video below shows a much better view of the implosion.



Dude Perfect's Water Bottle Flip Tricks 2


The guys from the Dallas, Texas-based trick shot team, Dude Perfect keeps the bottle flipping craze alive with this fresh batch of crazy bottle flipping tricks. (watch part one).

Previously: Dude Perfect's Baseball Trick Shots

Duck Cuddles and Grooms His Dog Best Friend


In this cute video from the UK, a sweet duck rests his head on his canine best friend, Gromit, then gives the pooch a thorough grooming.

Six Guys Hilariously Struggle to Climb Up Slippery Stairs on Japanese Game Show


YouTube channel Just Wow Me shared this hilariously dramatic nine-minute clip from the Japenese game show, Slippery Stairs, of contestants delicately attempting to be the first to make it to the top of two levels of oiled up stairs.

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People Holding a Baby for the First Time


In the latest episode of their "First Takes" series, Cut uses a slow motion camera to film people reacting to holding a baby for the first time in their life.

Previous episode: People Watching a Baby Being Born for the First Time

Bulldogs Playing in Snow


Crazy Funny Stuff put together this amusing clip compiliation of portly French and English bulldogs having the best time ever playing in snow.

Previously: Dogs Meeting Kittens for the First Time

10 Classic Songs Performed in the Style of Metallica


New York-based musician and musical impressionist Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs teamed up with guitarist Eric Calderone, aka "ERock," to perform a fantastic Metallica-inspired medley of classic hit songs from ABBA, Outkast, Britney Spears, and more.

Old Spice's Exploding Yule Log


Old Spice celebrates the holiday season the best way they know how, with an hour-long, easter egg-filled yule log of epic explosions, with a little Terry Crews thrown in.
"It's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holidays and forget the true meaning of the season. Oh well! Hope we remember next year! Until then, enjoy this exploding log."

Star Wars: The Saga So Far...


New Zealand-based video editor, Tom Fisher celebrates the upcoming release of the latest Star Wars film, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, with this well-made reminder of the key events of the first seven Star Wars films.

Nov 19, 2017

How to Take Kids to a Restaurant


For his latest "How to Dad" instructional video, New Zealand dad Jordan Watson demonstrates different techniques dads use to dine out at restaurants with their kids.

Previously: How to Mow the Lawn Like a Dad

Baby Rhino Pesters His Mom


The Chester Zoo in Cheshire, England shared this adorable footage of their two-month-old endangered Eastern black rhinoceros calf, Ike, playfully pestering his patient mother, Zuri.

Disney's 'A Wrinkle In Time' Official Trailer


Disney just released the first full trailer for A Wrinkle In Time, an upcoming 2018 fantasy adventure film that's based on Madeleine L'Engle's 1963 novel of the same name. The film stars Chris Pine, Reese Witherspoon, Storm Reid, Mindy Kaling, Zach Galifianakis, and Oprah Winfrey, and comes to theaters on March 9th, 2018.
"From visionary director Ava DuVernay comes Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time,” an epic adventure based on Madeleine L’Engle’s timeless classic which takes audiences across dimensions of time and space, examining the nature of darkness versus light and, ultimately, the triumph of love. Through one girl’s transformative journey led by three celestial guides, we discover that strength comes from embracing one’s individuality and that the best way to triumph over fear is to travel by one’s own light."

Every Easter Egg in 'Justice League'


(Spoilers) Sydney, Australia-based film enthusiast "Mr. Sunday Movies" points out and explains all of the easter eggs, secret references, and hidden cameros in the recently-released DC Comics superhero film, Justice League.

Pumpkin Spice is Taking Over the World


CBS Sunday morning's Susan Spencer takes a look at some of the more unusual pumpkin spice flavored products on the market, including pumpkin spice dog shampoo, and deodorant.
"Over the past year, Americans spent more than $400 million on products laced with pumpkin spice."

Kids Learn Scarf Magic From a Magician


Seattle-based magician, Nash Fung, returns to the HiHo Kids studio to teach his mini magicians how to magically change the colors of a scarf.

Previously: Nash Teaches Kids a Disappearing Water Trick

Man Trains His Monitor Lizards Like Dogs


Australia-based YouTube user CrocDoc2, a wildlife artist, zoologist, and science educator, demonstrates how he trains his two pet lace monitor lizards.

Nov 18, 2017

A Daughter, Mom, and Grandma Smoke Pot Together


(PG-13 content) In the latest edition of their "Strange Buds" series, Cut convinces three generations, Madison, her mother, Leslie, and her grandmother, Bonnie, to experience the mellowing effects of marijuana together for the first time.

Previously: A Republican, Democrat, and Independent Smoke Pot Together

Big Dog Tries to Fit Into Smaller Dog's Bed


In this cute video from Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Marley, the labrador retriever, politely struggles to use a little dog bed after his smaller canine housemate claimed the bigger bed.

Pixar's 'Incredibles 2' Official Teaser Trailer


Disney•Pixar just released the first sneak peek at Incredibles 2, the upcoming 2018 sequel to 2004's The Incredibles. Incredibles 2 hits theaters on June 15th, 2018.
"Everyone’s favorite family of superheroes is back in “Incredibles 2” – but this time Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is in the spotlight, leaving Bob (voice of Craig T. Nelson) at home with Violet (voice of Sarah Vowell) and Dash (voice of Huck Milner) to navigate the day-to-day heroics of “normal” life. It’s a tough transition for everyone, made tougher by the fact that the family is still unaware of baby Jack-Jack’s emerging superpowers. When a new villain hatches a brilliant and dangerous plot, the family and Frozone (voice of Samuel L. Jackson) must find a way to work together again—which is easier said than done, even when they’re all Incredible."

Nov 17, 2017

Baby Says 'Oh No' After Sneezing


Gabriel Jones shared this short but adorable video of his super cute baby son, Judah, softly saying "oh, no!" after letting out a big sneeze.

Matt Stonie Attempts to Eat a Giant Bowl of Ramen Noodles in Fewer Than 25 Minutes


San Jose, California-based professional competitive eater Matt "Megatoad" Stonie and his friend Morgan visit the Mori Kitchen Japanese restaurant in San Jose to attempt get on the restaurant's Wall of Fame by eating a giant bowl of ramen in under 25 minutes.

Previously: Matt Attempts to Eat 50 Scrambled Eggs

4-Year-Old Geography Expert Returns to 'The Ellen Show'


In this clip from Friday's episode of The Ellen Show, Noah Ascano, an adorable just-turned-four-year-old geography prodigy, returns to the show to show off more of his extensive knowledge of the globe. What's Noah's first Ellen appearance, below.



101 Facts About the Justice League


Sam from the "101 Facts" trivia series celebrates the recent release of the Justice League film by sharing a huge collection of little-known facts about the iconic superhero team.

Previous episode: 101 Facts About Mario

Tom Petty's 'Free Fallin'' as a Heavy Metal Song


Oltedal, Norway-based vocalist and musician Leo Moracchioli from Frog Leap Studios gives a metal makeover to Tom Petty's 1989 rock classic, "Free Fallin'.
"So many asked for a Tom Petty tribute, and I found one that felt right."
Previously: Katy Perry's 'I Kissed a Girl' as a Heavy Metal Song

Disney's 'The Little Mermaid' Retold With Emojis


Ariel, Eric, Sebastian, Flounder, and evil Ursula get emojified in this amusing retelling of Disney's classic 1989 animated film, The Little Mermaid.

Previously: Disney's 'Moana' Retold With Emojis

Baby Roomba Rodeo


A dad from Akron, Ohio noticed his baby daughter was curious about their Roomba, so he placed her on top of the autonomous vacuum cleaner and let her cruise around the house.

Ozzy Man's Commentary on Guys Rescuing Goat on Power Line


(PG-13 language) Perth, Australia-based comedian and film critic Ethan Marrell, aka "Ozzy Man Reviews," adds amusing commentary a video of some good Samaritans struggling to help a poor goat get freed from a power line.

Previously: Ozzy Man's Commentary on Failed Robbery Attempts

Miranda Sings Hijacks a Stranger's Tinder Profile


In the latest episode of Vanity Fair's "Tinder Takeover" series, Miranda Sings, a fictional character created by comedian and YouTube personality Colleen Ballinger, attempts to help Vanity Fair producer, Tiffany, find a boyfriend by posing as her on the popular dating app, Tinder.

Previously: 'Tinder Takeover' with Megan Mullally

The Justice League B Team


In this mashup parody from Funny or Die, Batman must rely on his B team, Barb Wire, Howard the Duck, Steel, and Blankman when Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg aren't around.

The Best Fails of the Week (11/17/17)


(PG-13 language) Fail Army presents a cringe-causing compilation of the best and funniest fail videos that hit the Internet during the third week of November 2017.

Nov 16, 2017

Kids Try 100 Years of Eggs


In the latest episode of Bon Appétit Magazine's "Kids Try" series, a panel of kids taste and share their thoughts on popular egg dishes from the 1920s to today, including sardine-egg canapés, egg lemonade, eggs benedict, tamago nigiri, baked egg nests, avocado toast, and more.

Previously: Kids Try 100 Years of Cheese

Overprotective Dog Dad


In this cute video from China, Ai Di, the new golden retriever dad, gets adorably overprotective when his human tries to shake his puppy daughter's paw.

'Rampage' Official Trailer


Warner Bros. Pictures just released the first look at Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in Rampage, an upcoming 2018 action adventure monster film that's based on the 1986 arcade video of the same name. Rampage smashes into theaters on April 20th, 2018.
"Primatologist Davis Okoye (Johnson), a man who keeps people at a distance, shares an unshakable bond with George, the extraordinarily intelligent, silverback gorilla who has been in his care since birth. But a rogue genetic experiment gone awry mutates this gentle ape into a raging creature of enormous size. To make matters worse, it’s soon discovered there are other similarly altered animals. As these newly created alpha predators tear across North America, destroying everything in their path, Okoye teams with a discredited genetic engineer to secure an antidote, fighting his way through an ever-changing battlefield, not only to halt a global catastrophe but to save the fearsome creature that was once his friend."

Kids Describe Their Dream House to an Illustrator


In the latest video from HiHo Kids, Seattle, Washington-based artist, Koji Minami, sits down with a group of imaginative kids to sketch out the home of their dreams.

Previously: Kids Describe Their Biggest Fears to an Illustrator

The History of the First Friendsgiving


(PG-13 content) The latest sketch from College Humor, kids act out the story the story of the original Friendsgiving, friends coming together for a Thanksgiving meal.

Previous sketch: A Tourism Ad for Your Crappy Hometown

How Pixar's 'The Incredibles' Should Have Ended


The latest edition of the animated movie parody series, "How It Should Have Ended," celebrates the release of Pixar's new film, Coco, by imagining some much more realistic alternate scenes and endings to Pixar's 2004 film, The Incredibles.

Mickey Mouse in 'The Birthday Song'


In Disney's latest animated Mickey Mouse short, Minnie has trouble finding the notes while trying to write a surprise birthday song for Mickey.

Previous Mickey shorts: Nature's Wonderland, Bee Inspired, Canned

Bob Saget Can't Stop Hiccuping While Attempting the 'Hot Ones' Spicy Wing Challenge


(PG-13 language) In the latest episode of First We Feast's "Hot Ones" series, host Sean Evans chats with comedian and TV dad Bob Seget about his life and long comedy career as they suffer through ten progressively spicy chicken wings.
"Bob Saget became a household on the classic sitcom Full House, as well as a legend of comedy for his decades on the standup stage. But none of that means anything if he can't handle the wings of death! Watch as Sean Evans leads Saget through the Hot Ones gauntlet, getting in-depth about everything from his love of Johnny Carson, to his uncanny resemblance to the lady on the Cholula bottle."
Previous episodes: Artie Lange, Terry Crews, Adam Richman

'Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts' with Kim Kardashian


In the latest edition of the Late Late Show's "Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts" game, host James Corden and Kim Kardashian take turns choosing to truthfully answer tough personal questions or eat disgusting food items, like sardine smoothies, cow tongue, bird saliva, and more.

Previously: 'Spill Your Guts' with Josh Gad, Michelle Dockery, Charlie Puth, and Rachel Bloom