He Also Wrote An Open Letter To Fox News
For me, Jim Carrey just never gets old. If you’re into his sense of humor, then I think you’re just into it, and it always works. So when I head that he’d made a Funny Or Die video that included a Charlton Heston parody of sorts, I was all like Why aren’t I watching that right now? Now that I’ve seen it, my life is complete and my feelings on the gun problem in America have been appropriately addressed. Peep the video above to join in on Jim‘s hilarious sing-along. His song is called Cold Dead Hand, so. There’s that. And click inside to read Jim‘s open letter to Fox News!
They Pretty Much Nailed It
When the 2013 Golden Globe nominations were announced, there were some major disappointments for a lot of people. But I think we all pretty much agreed that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler co-hosting was good news. We got to see a little promo video from the two comedians a while back and today we have pretty hilarious promo image. Click inside for a better look!
Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
Last night Jeremy Renner hosted Saturday Night Live and altho the episode wasn’t the funniest ep ever, it wasn’t all that terribly bad. Many of the skits were passable as comedy but the mid-show spoof of The Avengers turned out to be pretty damn funny. Renner, as you should know, plays the superhero Hawkeye in The Avengers and he reprises that role hilariously in this SNL spoof of the film. Actually, all of the SNL players’ portrayals of The Avengers superheros are, IMHO, pretty damn funny. Check out the skit above to see for yourselves. It’s kinda funny, yeah?
Funny... Or Hella Disrespectful?
As many of you know, Banksy is a street artist that has a certain anti-establishment attitude about himself and his work. Recently we saw what he and some other artists came up with in response to the London 2012 Olympics and the movement to destroy local street art in the name of the games. Well someone has come along and gotten a little tongue-in-cheek with the king of all artsy tongue-in-cheekiness. Brandsky takes well-known Banksy images and ‘brands’ them with their applicable corporate logos (Brand + Banksy = Brandsky). Now y’all know I have a pretty open sense of humor and I love a good parody, but this one kinda got to me! Maybe I’m a little less open when it comes to artwork, and an artist’s message, lol. But peep the photos in the gallery and tell me what you think. Is it amusing to see Banksy‘s graffitti messages get, well, graffittied?
Okay, there’s one that really is funny. It’s got the Venus logo. LMAO.
Posted under: Banksy, Brandsky
GTL Has A Whole 'Nother Meaning
Who knew Ronnie wrote the book on Duverger? Who knows who Duverger is? Apparently, Ronnie, Vinny, and the rest of The Jersey Shore cast know, like, eight more things than we might have thought. In this HBO Funny Or Die sketch (written by Aaron Sorkin, the creator of The Newsroom) they talk politics, voting trends, and yes, Duverger’s Law. I always knew these guys had a deep side; after careful watching I’ve seen it come out in small, almost unnoticeable, drunken spurts. Checkie out!
Posted under: 'The Jersey Shore'
Run, Don't Walk!
Okay, this is it. This is the last post I will write on 50 Shades Of Grey without having read the actual book. LOL. I finally have the book up in the next tab over and I’ve officially read the first page and a half. No comment yet… Okay, one comment: I absolutely don’t hate it. Although I think I’ve been much influenced by this video of Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis reading an excerpt in their impromptu, faux audition for the 50 Shades Of Grey movie. It was so freaking hilarious and I don’t even get the joke entirely. So I’m reading it today/now, if only so that I may watch this video and enjoy it all-the-more tomorrow.
But the very best part of the clip is that The Stir posted it, and then linked another video of Pro Baseball Players reading the book. Which got me thinking, I should probably find as many videos as possible of other men reading it. And by other men I mean Gilbert Gottfried. Checkie out inside. And… you’re welcome.