New years resolutions gone wrong. Lack of motivation. Don’t feel too bad about it–we’ve all been there. Check out College Humor’s “The & Stages of Going to the Gym”.
The NBA canceled the first two weeks of its regular season Monday night after a “marathon” bargaining session between league and players union officials ended without an agreement. And while losing two weeks of basketball was certainly discouraging, we at least got something out of it: a very weak (but very funny) fight between two cameramen.
Do you actually smile and laugh when you use “haha”, “LOL, or “ROFL” or something of that variant. Many people would say they do, while a handful probably type it in just to be kind. Check out a CollegeHumor original after the JUMP that shows 1 dude, that shows no physical emotion after his “LOL”.
Stiller brings out a v-neck battle with Andy Samberg, in the clip after the JUMP. The two try to outdo each other by putting on various kinds of v-neck shirts until the “Tower Heist” actor donned a shirt which exposed his crotch, which was blurred in the scene. The competition ended with him being escorted by police.
Charles Barkley was on the new ESPN show “Dan LeBatard is Highly Questionable” answering a few questions about this and that when the host asked him if Kobe ever calls.
ZOMBINLADEN is the best damned one I’ve ever seen though. Topical, subversive, gory and funny as hell, this is disgusting, goofy perfection. And, at 4min, it has enough plot development and cool footage. French production-house Mork-Studio is responsible for this fake film trailer but we hope this becomes a real film.
With all this hype about the Rugby World Cup, LYNX felt it was their duty to ensure everyone truly understood the rules of the game. There’s something really sexy about women that play sports.
In this clip you’ll see a man who built himself a tent shaped like a woman’s body that’s large enough to sleep in. And, naturally, you enter and exit through the vagina part of the tent.
“New York’s LES is a place like no other — hustlers, immigrants, rabbis and rockers but amidst the melting pot, one man stands alone — LUIS GUZMAN.”