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Holy Java! Frigginboom is here to tell you a bunch of fun "facts" about a certain beverage a lot of us need in order to function on a daily basis known as coffee. While we can neither confirm nor deny the validity of these facts, they sure are fun to listen to.
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Ladies, are you tired of taking a casual stroll with your equally-attractive friend only to have to ward off unwanted attention from the male species? Then you need C*ckblok! It's the only facial creme proven to harness the power of pheromones that convince men to mind their own darn business. Sold! You can thank Edit A Go-Go for this one.
Heather Girardi is the lead actor and provides the voice over. Ben Slatkin wrote, edited and was the graphic artist. Both Ben and Heather share the director and producer credits.
Did you know that for the price of a cup of coffee you can help an actor with a healthy bank account pay for his parking meter during a late audition? Or even pay for a fraction of their headshots with a famed photographer, even though their parents have money? This video by DJ Faucet Comedy highlights the plight of trust fund actors in Los Angeles. You can help.
We promise not to provide any concrete spoiler alerts, so you may proceed. Check out Garlic Jackson Comedy's hilarious (and true) account of people everywhere as they read the highly-hyped, blow-your-mind, reportedly insane plot twist in the novel. The movie based on the book starring Ben Affleck is now the must-see film of the fall.
Going on a first date can be super awkward. But what if you could just lay your cards out on the table right away and just tell your date exactly where you're at, emotionally. That's the premise for Jonah Feingold's sketch. Watch as this couple keeps it real with one another right from the gate. Try at your own risk.
Self-proclaimed hipsters rejoice! JaackMaate has composed a song that celebrates all things hipster. Check out his hilarious music video as he and his cohort sing/rap about why they will be hipster till they die.
She's baaaack. Our favorite sarcastic comedian Megan MacKay is back and this time she's teamed up with Cosmopolitan. Watch as she so cleverly explains what so-called "Beyoncé voters" are just in time for mid-term elections across the country. Check out Megan's previous Ray Rice and NFL-inspired makeup tutorial, that's also dripping with sarcasm.
Most major banks now offer a service that allows its customers to snap a photo of their checks and, just like that, it's credited to your account. Now Marques Ray imagines would that would look like if the same concept applied to snapping a photo of your cash, too! Oh how grand life would be...
You never forget your first time. ... Check out this video where a group of people reveal what they were thinking and what was going through their mind their first time. No, silly. We're not talking about sex. This is a genius promotional video for The Nightmare Realm haunted house. Their set-up is so good, it's scary.
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If someone still doesn't quite grasp the meaning of "hipster," perhaps you can show them this video. Ground's Oranges created a short that best describes the rather new social phenomenon of full beards, super tight pants and ironic shirts. To make things even better they borrowed a bit of Wes Anderson's now infamous style of storytelling. Although this may seem like a parody, it's best described as a celebration of all things hipster.
What's a girl to do if you're tagged by ABC's new comedy Selfie for "The Selfie Tag?" You put on the best song and dance Q&A you can come up with. Check out Nanalew and Gunnarolla in action as they run with their "selfie tag" challenge and deliver an entertaining (and informative) musical number.
Warning: Explicit language. By now Kickstarter campaigns are a dime a dozen. Harry Partridge gets to the nitty gritty of the famous crowdsourcing website with this no holds barred animation. The moral of the story? Everyone who turns to Kickstarter for funding is blatantly looking for one thing, and one thing only regardless of their "product".... that cold, hard cash. Would you agree?