In a display of creatively minimal skateboarding, The Berrics hit the icy sidewalks with their boards and nothing but their backs and some plywood for making ramps. As they say, “When all you have is a piece of plywood, sometimes you gotta take one for the crew and make the spot out of yourself.”
For much of pre-history, human idiots held all the power. Then along came money, giving smart people the upper hand.
Most parents have dreams for their children to be successful. To be happy. To be independent. For parents of children with autism, they fear that this dream is out of reach.
Ethan Diamond raises awareness of a little known disorder affecting far more men than anyone cares to admit… …Early Onset Dad Humor.
If a celebrity steps out during a night on the town, it’s not unlikely that she’ll be accosted by photographers trying to snap her picture and sell it to the highest bidding tabloid.
Little Ramsey has a lot to say…
Back in 2005, Boston legalized “parking space saving.” What is parking space saving? Exactly what it sounds like.
Even though babies are adept at looking like they want to kill you, it’s fairly safe to assume that they don’t actually want to.
After signs proclaiming “White Power” were recently held high by the students at a high school basketball game in Flower Mound, Texas, Dallas sportscaster Dale Hansen had these powerful words to share…
Take the happy, slappy bass riff from Seinfeld and apply the angry, ranting lyrics of Fred Durst, and what do you get?
Jimmy Fallon challenges Christina Aguilera to a musical impression sing-off. She nails every one, but her Britney Spears deserves the standing ovation it gets from Fallon…
Not only does this stunning bit of ping-pong seemingly come out of nowhere, it is performed with so little effort as to seem completely unintentional…
No strangers to breaking the fourth wall, Sesame Street tries its hand at one of the biggest other shows to do so these days: House of Cards.
You don’t usually think of a baby’s laugh being a chortle, but I definitely think this infant’s qualifies.
Inventor Seth Goldstein says his goal is to create “kinetic sculpture machines which are novel, aesthetic, and unexpected, and which also can inspire, entertain, and demonstrate the power of engineering.” By that standard, even though his violin-playing contraption is not going to be taking a chair at the symphony any time soon, it’s a complete success.
One of the best things about satire is watching other people not get it. It feels good to laugh at satire, but it feels even better to laugh at people who aren’t laughing at it.
Need an antidote for the blues? Here, how about some puppies learning how awesome swimming is for the very first time?
You’ve never thought of Jackass as being a show that could be sweet. Until now. Ashley Migneault’s Papa loves the series.
… “Kali of the Dance.”
Serious plate-washing skills…