I’m not saying the Koreans in this video are creepy, but feeding them dog meat without their knowledge is creepy as hell. Because it turns out most Korean people don’t eat dog.
Videos and TV channels showing you cool tricks and pranks that you can use to impress your friends. We’ve got magic tricks, optical illusions, bar tricks, card tricks and some clever pranks to annoy and impress your friends with.
Today is Star Wars Day. Why? Because it’s the 4th of May. No, wait, it’s May the 4th. Hence, May the 4th be with you AKA May the Force be with you. Ah, I get it now.
I pretty much hate April Fools Day, but this is pretty damn funny.
If you were hosting a live radio show at breakfast time, the last thing you would want to happen is your co-host to start swearing. And we’re talking the really big swear words here.
This woman’s face is a picture as her host reels off the top 10 swear words you can now apparently get away with uttering in polite company.
Because it exists. That’s why.
Ed Sheeran has blown up into a world-famous singer-songwriter, using his emotional lyrics to turn 15-year-old girls’ brains to mush.
And yet here he is sitting on a stool behind a curtain waiting for someone, anyone, to pay $2 for him to sing for 30 seconds. Yep, Sheeran has sold out for pocket change.
Mark Hamill is Hollywood royalty at this point, especially with Star Wars making a comeback, and Luke Skywalker likely to play a huge part in the story of The Force Awakens.
So, just imagine how you would feel if you met Hamill while he was dressed up as a stormtrooper. In Hollywood. I think I’d lose my shit, personally.
Everybody has biases, no matter how much they try to be open and fair-minded. It’s human nature, and anyone who doesn’t see that isn’t living in the real world.
To test these biases, one YouTuber sent a group of black men dressed in thug life clothing into the suburbs. They knocked on doors to see what reaction they would get.
“Lots of people are outraged over a new app that launches today called “Rumblr.”
Jimmy Kimmel is a cruel, cruel man. That’s the only explanation for this video, which shows the results of the talk show host asking parents to tell their kids they ate all their Halloween candy.
He has done this every year for the past four years, and dumb kids around the country keep on falling for it. Because kids are extremely gullible.