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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Ketchup: Part 2

Part 1 was images, Part 2 is videos.

California on Religion

Favorite part at 2:07- Explanation of who Judas was.
(via The High Definite)

Twin Babies Talking! (as acted by adult men)
New version with actors Michael Chiklis and Patton Oswalt:

I think the original is still better, but the excellent reproduction quality of the "adult version" makes it a closer race than you'd expect.
(Funny or Die via Neatorama)

Amazing Animatronics by John Nolan 
In a CGI-saturated world, it's nice to know some things are still "real".

Also, it's decided. I'm quitting tomorrow and pursuing a career in animatronics.
(via The Daily What)


New Era Commercial with Alec Baldwin and John Krasinski
Watching the Sox game, saw this:

I thought it was pretty funny...
(Are they really, basically, the same people in real-life that they are in their respective NBC shows?)

Raptors Holding Hands

I didn't think it was that funny, but The Daily What's title, "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things", and commentary (see below) were excellent.
"Toronto Raptors guard Leandro Barbosa celebrated his team’s first win following a six-game losing streak by holding hands with teammate Reggie Evans on the way to the locker room.

Naturally, the Internet welcomed this innocent display of comradery with tolerance and support. Just kidding — they bombarded the YouTube page with homophobic slurs forcing the comment section to be disabled.
(The Daily What)

Typographic Video for the Most Desperate Voicemail of All Time

Friend of Drunk Cubs Chick?
(via Barstool)

And check out "Ryan's" reactions (and response) to the voicemail:

Soldier Gets Beret Shot Off; Doesn't Break Formation
Is this real?? How did he not freak out... or pass out from shock.

"These soldiers are drilling in formation. One shoots the beret off of another, who seems unfazed. Either he has nerves of steel or doesn’t realize what happened."
(via Neatorama)

And an another awesome prank from Just for Laughs:
Japanese Girls Prank

(via The Daily What)

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