I don't remember a spoof ever being so much better than the original (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AJmKkU5POA) and unline Weird Al's parodies, the music in this isn't at all related to the original.
Some of the "BLR"s are the funniest stuff on YouTube (Like their Spiderman one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7jtpy0lfBU)
A spoof the dryness of math texts from spikedmath.com
Q: Why did the chicken cross the road?
A: The answer is trivial
My dad (a professor) sent this in with the note:
"This video is funny and close to what a professor sometimes feels like saying."
1 - You drop something and your left hand instinctively reaches out to press Ctrl-Z
2 - You receive a handwritten note and instinctively scan the top looking for a timestamp
3 - You try to write a handwritten note but you spend so much time looking for paper and pen or pencil that you give up and just write an email
4 - You try to write a handwritten note but your hand cramps after just 2 or 3 words
5 - You mentally categorize people without email addresses as 'Dead'
6 - When you hear a song you like on the radio/PA system you try to vote it up
A searing satire of hipster culture
A lot of corny jokes, but a lot of truth too
xkcd is a webcomic that has been around for a number of years and Randall is posting his 700th entry this week.
It's the only comic I read now. The ones in the paper (on the rare occasion [less than once per month] when I read a newspaper) are embarrassingly unfunny, as are most web-only comics. But xkcd has moments of insight - and is perhaps the only heir to the long-lost and Calvin & Hobbes in terms of its mix of intellect, humor, and sentimentality.
But some great ones are almost more like HowToons than comics:
It's not for everyone, and some of the nerdier strips require information that I don't, and won't ever, have - but it's worth checking out.
This is a punchline for which I just couldn't think of a good set-up:
"Orange you glad I didn't say, 'Banana hammock'"
If it needs explaining, it isn't worth it.
Chris McVeigh has a lot of fun and funny photos. There is something about the composition and color that makes them more compelling than simple snapshots of toys and animals.
"Elton John's Rocket Pictures hopes to make the first Jane Austen adaptation to which men will drag their girlfriends."
"The movie “Pride and Predator,” directed by Will Clark and written by Mr. Clark with Andrew Kemble and John Pape, will juxtapose brooding aristocrats with a brutal alien that lands in 1800s-era Britain, attacking residents and leaving them with neither sense nor sensibility."