There are entire websites dedicated to parenting fails and while most appear to be harmless, some make you question just how long the victimized kid will live in such a dangerous environment. Take this video of a couple parents who put their kid in a washing machine at the laundromat as a way to teach him a lesson. Seems like a funny prank at first, but then the auto lock system kicks in and everyone starts to freak out. (Note: this video may be too intense for some viewers.)
Most high school seniors struggle with choosing a quote for their picture in the yearbook. After all, it's like a tattoo in its permanence and painfulness to remove. Some kids opt for the philosophical, others inspirational, while the most regretful select something so dated, it causes violent flashbacks when read. Then, there are the comical quotes.
When media maven Larry King announced he'd be retiring in 2010, many thought he'd ride off into the sunset and live out his "golden years" out of the spotlight. But, old coot keeps popping up here and there to remind people that he's still got it. This time, it's in a video for Funny or Die in which he dances to dubstep.
May's a month when seasons finales abound and that means your favorite shows pull out all the stops to send you into summer on a bittersweet note. 'SNL' gave us Mick Jagger, Foo Fighters, Arcade Fire and Kristen Wiig's farewell. 'Community' gave us Chang's demise and 8-bit versions of the cast, while 'Family Guy' delivered the Chicken Fight to end all Chicken Fights. 'The Simpsons' decided to put all their chips on the "mother monster," Lady Gaga.
At the beginning of the 2012 MLB season, New Era released their newest spot highlighting rivalries -- this time opting for Cubs vs. White Sox and Nick Offerman (Ron Swanson) vs. Craig Robinson (Daryl from 'The Office'). The duo didn't disappoint as they traded barbs, quips and low blows. Now, they're back to give us another round of retorts as Craig grills Nick about what he'd do for a Cubs championship.
What is it with guys hitting Snooki and her look-alikes? She's so small and harmless that it leads us to believe these are the same men who'd take a magnifying glass to ants to see 'em explode. TMZ obtained video of this altercation that took place at this past weekend's Rockfest in Kansas City.
There are a ton of guys out there who claim to have no shame in their game, but Wisconsin resident Bill Wisth takes the cake... or should we say all-you-can-eat fish fry. The 6'6," 350 lbs. mountain of a man claims he had 12 pieces of fried fish before a supposedly "all you can eat" seafood restaurant -- 'Chuck's Place' -- tried to persuade him to leave with an additional eight pieces to go.
You're slaving away on your latest project -- maybe it's a huge paper for school or a big time presentation for work -- when all of a sudden with one or two accidental keystrokes, it's gone. All of it. Poof. Your heart sinks and you contemplate drastic measures.
Now, picture you're a Pixar employee and your project is the nearly-completed sequel to one of your most successful animated features and it's set to release in theaters in the coming months. Yeah. Freakout Central.
It's hard to believe the Webby Awards are in their 16th year. Where were you in 1996? In a chat room? Wincing to the sound of your dial-up connection? Anyway, in this Funny or Die video, Webby Award host Patton Oswalt searches for the internet's first commenter who commented, "first."
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