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Take this one with a whole shaker worth of salt. This satirical infomercial introduces a product for all parents and it's called "Naptime!" With just a couple sprays, parents no longer have to be driven crazy by their kids. We might be laughing but we're really glad a product like this doesn't actually exist.
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Coffee drinkers know all too well that caffeine in the morning may lead to a bowel movement whether they like it or not. Constructive Comedy plays on that in their hilarious parody to a Folgers coffee commercial. Don't say we didn't warn you.
It's Day 4 of Weird Al Yankovic's genius 8 video releases in 8 days. Today's victim single? Iggy Azalea's "Fancy," although in Weird Al's awesome world - that becomes "Handy." Check out Weird Al show us why he's "So handy, you already know. He'll fix your plumbing... when your toilet overflows."
The story of Cinderella is a tale as old as time. But what if it didn't go down exactly as we were told? That's what Happy, Go!'s re-telling of the story is all about. Check out their quirky music video where Cinderella isn't such a victim after all. In fact, she's somewhat of the town trollop who ends up with a prince who has a foot fetish. Oh, and the real moral of the story? Drunk people lose shoes.
Today's Daily Pet is a man reenacting a cliché death scene from almost every iconic war movie ever. You know, where the one friend is dying and the other friend is telling him to hold on as he tries to get the wounded one to safety, but it's just too late? Except this time it's hilariously adorable.
Driving to a new place can be frustrating and having the monotone voice of your GPS going off every few seconds can make things even worse. But what if you could find a GPS that was personalized to fit your interests and lifestyle? That's exactly what Practical Folks did in this awesome sketch.
Most of us are familiar with Kickstarter. It's the crowdsourcing website that allows you to "pimp out" your idea or product in hopes of getting complete strangers, err, backers to support your idea by donating money. Omgchomp and Kyle Vorbach keep it real - too real, if you ask us - in their hilarious parody of what a truly honest Kickstarter video pitch would look like.