Maybe this makes me a bad person but this video cracked me up.
<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/208754376″>Trunk of Death</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user20864318″>710 Main Films</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
Ok, people. Science has spoken, and the verdict is, DON’T FEED THE TROLLS.
My daughter loves these videos by Superwoman and I get a kick out of them too. I especially enjoy her phone conversation with a killer and her pointing out that we document everything, so why wouldn’t we film a killer? “This is why a blogger’s death will never be a mystery!”
I love Potter Puppet Pals. I do. But here’s the thing – my tween has been walking around going “Snape…Snape…Severus Snape” for DAYS. I am LOSING MY MIND. And if I have to go to the asylum, YOU ARE ALL COMING WITH ME.
So, if you dare, watch “The Mysterious Ticking Noise.” And may God have mercy on your soul.
This brilliant video catches us all up to speed on why Tony and Cap are set to be on opposite sides in Civil War. Bucky looks sad and intense. I’m here for you, sweetie. Come over any time.
My family and I laughed so hard at this that we kept missing the lines. I think the Bad Lip Reading videos work best when the crazy things characters are saying sound like things they might actually say – I mean, every time I see Tony and Cap argue from now on I will be thinking about their beef jerky/glowsticks argument and it’s awfully easy to picture Natasha saying “No, I ain’t got my best wig on!”
OK I know I’m prone to hyperbole but seriously this is the best thing in the history of ever. Here’s a documentary about octopuses, narrated with what the narrator is really thinking. “They are the most intelligent of all of the invertebrates. Technically not tons of competition there. I mean, clams are stupid. I’m sorry! I said it! But they are dumb as hell.”
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