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Tractor Fail & Flip!
If at first your tractor doesn't succeed, try again and fail some more until you get something fail-worthy to post on the internet and amuse us all - OUCH!
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Sparing no punches & probably killing any chance of future film work he proved the perfect host & delivered some great put-down jokes at the expense of some of the celebrity elite.
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Sagelike words from the man that brought you pearls of wisdom such as "Fuck it, we'll do it live!" and "Tide goes in, tide goes out. You can't explain that." This time he's tackling the tricky subject of Korean Pop.
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I wish I could take a trip with a beautiful Italian girl on television. It's corny, but i'd be there to give her the kiss of life, if needed?
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I think this technically classes as Nerdcore, taking it's place between songs about Magic: The Gathering and ones about text adventures. Word.
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A driver spins out one dark and stormy night, taking out an electrical pole and starting his own one-man fireworks display. I'd love to see his insurance claim details!
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We all remember that scene from the movie Big where Tom Hanks plays chopsticks on a giant piano. Well, here he re-enacts that classic moment with a little help from actress Sandra Bullock.
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Having a dog that can fetch a stick in the park is one thing, that's like part of their default settings. But having a dog go fetch you a cold beer out of the fridge is what separates the mutts from the hounds. Epic.
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While practicing for her night job, this girl takes down the whole thing.. -LOL
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James Van Der Beek not just a talentless douchebag after all! OK, that was a bit harsh, he did star in Dawson' Creek which was one of the, er, lamest TV shows ever. But, there's always a chance for a person to redeem themselves.
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There's nothing funnier than illiterate intenet postings, except those same poorly typed prose being read by a classically trained Shakespearean actor, purposefully enunciating all the typos perfectly.
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