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Here we have an odd traffic stop and a mechnic shop. They're checking a little more than just your license and car, they're also checking testicles! These two hilarious ads were produced by the organization Testicular Cancer Canada. It's their funny way of raising awarness for men's health issues, more specifically testicular cancer, and the importance of a simple self-exam no matter what age you are. Who could forget Testicular Cancer Canada's other video of men getting their testicles waxed that quickly went viral.
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Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey has a certain way about him. Some consider him a unique and talented thespian, who lives life to the fullest. However, others seem to not buy his care-free attitude that causes him to go off on misguided diatribes. A new employee in the College Humor office boasts those same qualities. Which side of the McConaughey Dilemma does he stand on?
The Bill of Rights is not something we take lightly. Evolve uses that premise as a way to promote gun safety with their "funny-cause-it's-true" parody of our forefathers amending the Constitution to include an invisible clause that everyone has the right to bear arms... unless, of course, you're a dumbass and do not practice gun responsibility. Evolve invites you to take action and sign the code promising you will be a safe and responsible gun owner.
We think it's fair to say every girl has had at least one of these experiences while "bonding" with other girls. Who doesn't love to gossip, talk smack about ex roommates and what-not? But then you get to know each other a little better, start noticing things and things start to get real, real fast. Check out Megan Batoon's hilarious video about the perils of constantly having to one-up your girlfriend.
Taryn Southern has been in Los Angeles for a while. She's slowly but surely built her YouTube channel and scored bit TV parts here and there. What better way to "pay it forward" than by giving LA-bound peeps tips on what they'll need to know to survive the City of Angels? (Results may vary.)
We've all seen the State Farm commercials that feature people in trouble and their agents appearing out of nowhere to help them. Well, Owen Weber decided to look at the downsides of the popular ads, as a pair of guys summoned their agent while he was on vacation and in the bathroom. We're not sure how many people would be looking to work for State Farm if this was the outcome. Then again, it would make travel much less congested for airlines. Click here to see the whole video.
If you're a pet owner, you know how much they come to mean to you. Your pet becomes a part of the family. Now you can take their "unique" and personal scent with you wherever you go so you don't have to feel like you're without your four-legged BFF for even a second. That's where Domestic Beast comes in. *Get your very own bottle of Du Chien Cologne.
*Okay, okay, so this was Domestic Beast's April Fools' Day joke, but we just couldn't resist sharing it with you!
"Like a good neighbor..." I just made that song get stuck in your head all day, didn't I? Well, what if State Farm's catchy tune really did teleport an agent to you at a moment's notice? Anytime. Anywhere. No matter what they were doing before, and no matter how far they would have to travel to get back. State Farm may need to rethink their marketing campaign. Click here for the RTM take on this video.
A new commercial from Colorado's Department of Transportation makes light of the state's marijuana laws. The funny ad features a man installing a TV on his wall while he is seemingly "high" from smoking weed. The ad warns that while installing appliances is fine to do while puffing some sticky icky, driving is definitely not. It's an interesting and memorable take on the legalization of marijuana and its impact on drivers.
Rosalind Lipsett is one hot model who is very good at her job. She never breaks model character, even when she's at a McDonald's. Actually this is called "modelbombing" and it's the new version of photobombing. But we're not sure it'll catch on, it's kind of hard to concentrate at work with a model there...