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Follow us on Twitter @twaggies https://twitter.com/twaggies and www.twaggies.com Episode no. 101, the pilot episode of a brand new series featuring animated Twaggies! What's a twaggie? It's a cartoon made from a tweet. We've been doing this since 2009 and have turned more than 1000 tweets into hilarious cartoons. Now, in partnership with Dailymotion, we're thrilled to present animated Twaggies. Each episode will be grouped around a theme. Today's theme is grammar nazis, for all you smart folks who hate when people make ridiculous grammar mistakes. Please follow us on Twitter @twaggies https://twitter.com/twaggies And tweet all your funny to us for consideration in a future episode. We love to feature up-and-coming comedians as well as well-known celebs... so long as you're funny, our ears are open. This episode features hilarious tweetage by @wwwesty: https://twitter.com/wwwesty/status/27093212784 and Steve Martin (@SteveMartinToGo): https://twitter.com/SteveMartinToGo/status/27310040082 More over on our website: www.twaggies.com
Added by BuzzFeedVideo last week
"This has got to be some kind of energy drink. There's no way this is a wine."
Added by BuzzFeedVideo last week
What's the opposite of a d*ck pic? Yeah, exactly.
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70-year-old Dutch grandmother Ria Van den Brand has been captured on camera as she goes for her first ever rollercoaster ride. The clip is part of Vodafone's marketing campaign called ‘Firsts’.
Added by worldwideinterweb last week
You might be a redneck if... well, if you're in this here fails compilation video. See more internet awesomeness @ http://www.worldwideinterweb.com/ http://www.facebook.com/worldwideinterweb http://twitter.com/WWInterweb
Added by parkedtheshow 2 weeks ago
Remember how you found out? Was it in a car? The kitchen? Over the phone or right after an orgasm? Christine (Sonja Bennett) lays it all out for Davinder (Sean Amsing) and expects some excitement in Davinder’s Moment of Truth! Starring Sean Amsing as Davinder and Sonja Bennett as Christine. Created by Adam O. Thomas and S. Siobhan McCarthy Directed by Peter DeLuise Produced by red trike media inc Made possible with the financial support of the IPF, Creative BC and you! www.parkedtheshow.com
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Christopher Bennison’s 18-month-old son Lloyd is talking up a storm. Half-Canadian, half-Swedish, it can sometimes be difficult to know what language he is trying to speak. In this video he tries to say ‘thank you’, but it sounds like something a lot different! Credit: YouTube/Christopher Bennison
Added by timcurcio 2 weeks ago
A relationship-comedy about a couple's disastrous attempts at making couple's friends after moving to Los Angeles. Created By: Tim Curcio Starring: Tim Curcio as Ben Sloan Nicole Shabtai as Angie Sloan Sarah Burns as Claire Ridings John Reynolds as Alex Ridings For more info on the show go to www.watchfriendus.com
Added by And Finally 2 weeks ago
Evian have made a Spider-Man baby in the lastest installment of their Baby and Me series. Baby Spider-Man gets into dance-off with the adult one! Report by Aldredg. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Added by parkedtheshow 3 weeks ago
In an epic parenting fail, things immediately start to unravel as Jesse (David Lewis) races home after realizing he has forgotten his kids. But the hungover journey is not the worst part. That comes when Jesse ends up face to face, with Peter (Peter Benson) his ex, Kim's (Julia Benson)new dude. Will he get away with it? Will he be broken? How strong is the "Bro' Code?" And where do you keep your pizza five? Created by Adam O. Thomas and S. Siobhan McCarthy Written by David Lewis Directed by Peter DeLuise Produced by red trike media inc With the financial support of the IPF, Creative BC and YOU! www.parkedtheshow.com
Added by Simon & Schuster 2 weeks ago
For more info, follow The Humor Code on: http://humorcode.com/ https://twitter.com/humorcode https://www.facebook.com/HumorCode Comedy = Tragedy + Distance and Time. Two guys. 19 experiments. Five continents. 91,000 miles. And a book that will forever change the way you think about humor. Part road-trip comedy and part social science experiment, a scientist and a journalist detail their epic quest to discover the secret behind what makes things funny. Dr. Peter McGraw, founder of the Humor Research Lab at the University of Colorado Boulder, teamed up with journalist Joel Warner on a far-reaching search for the secret behind humor. Their journey spanned the globe, from New York to Japan, from Palestine to the Amazon. Meanwhile, the duo conducted their own humor experiments along the way–to wince-worthy, hilarious, and illuminating results. In their quixotic search, they questioned countless experts, from comedians like Louis C.K. to rat-tickling researchers, and answered pressing (and not-so-pressing) questions such as, "What's the secret to winning The New Yorker cartoon caption contest?"; "Who has the bigger funny bone–men or women, Democrats or Republicans?"; and "Is laughter really the best medicine?" As a final test, McGraw uses everything they learned to attempt stand-up–at the largest comedy festival in the world. Funny, surprising, and often touching, The Humor Code is a revealing exploration of humor, society, and an unusual friendship.
Added by WatchMojo last year
In this http://www.WatchMojo.com video, we take a look at some of the best April Fools’ Day jokes and pranks in recent history.