This is just one of those rare times where you can’t help but feel both sorry for someone yet still crack a giggle or two.
Possibly the best baseball prank of all time.
“If you have 4G on your phone, does that mean you get $4,000 credit towards monthly payments?”
*Please note, I made this up. My dad doesn’t even have a cell phone and probably doesn’t even know what 4G means. Over and out. -John
Love it or hate it, if you play the game(and beat the shit out of it like I did!) then you will enjoy this clip. Just think how, if given the game to play during free time, soldiers would never need crew cuts due to pulling out their own hair after 100 attempts trying to hit a microscopic spot on a stone wall to get past a stage with one bird. No pun intended, yet I did give my phone “the bird” on many occasions while playing the game.
It’s been a few years since Batman has been out of work but he still knows how to get his drink on for St. Patrick’s Day and assist the “Quizzler” as they interview the loonies of NYC.
Dear Tom Brady,
Because here we have a collage of YOUR ponytail shots, you left us no choice.
Welcome to Clowntowns, Clowntown.
I have to say, the gentlemen at “Auto Tune the News” did it again. A classic.
“When I add, shorty subtract” lol
c’mon ladies, all these fellas wanna do is integrate.
“We sympathize with the children of rich and powerful people. Really we do. There they are sitting around their elite universities wondering how they can prove to the world that they’re deserving of the advantages they’ve been given. Should they start a charity? Should they start a company? What’s the best way to prove their worth independent of the family name? According to Business Insider, in the case of Dan Aykroyd’s daughter Danielle (Harvard, ’12), investor Ron Perelman’s daughter Sam (Penn, ’12), World Trade Center architect Daniel Libeskind’s daughter Rachel (Harvard, ’11), and Ellen Barkin’s niece Lana (Bard), all that quiet self-reflection led them instead to star in a rap video about the lingering effects of cunnilingus. Proof you can’t buy good taste. Or good judgment. Or the ability to not make yourself look like a tool. Famous kids! Didn’t your nannies raise you better?”