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Billy Ray Nirvana

Posted July 17, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Billy Ray Nirvana

Uh, how can you NOT love this iconic performer whose big hit, "Achy Breaky Heat-Shaped Box" was one of the most recognizable tunes of the 90's?

Of course, he didn't follow his own lyrical advice when he said "we don't have to breed" and ended up with a pop-star daughter who likes to smoke weed. Because that's what rebellious teenagers who want to buck the system and stick it to "the man" tend to do.


I'm just about as sick as the next person of the barrage of parodies for Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe." However, this one has Star Wars.

Speaking on behalf of the demographic who reads and contributes to this site, we, for the most part, like Star Wars. Therefore, it is rendered okay by virtue of the presence of Star Wars.

So, here's characters from Star Wars edited to sing "Call Me Maybe." 

...Did I mention Star Wars?

Just as with the guy who had a conversation with his 12-year-old self, the latest trend in viral videos seem to involve interactions with yourself over the course of years. (Not to give porn any ideas.)

This one, however, is more of a timeline in this girl's life, as she lip-syncs the same Aaron Carter song from ages 17, 20, and 23, becoming a proverbial one-girl party across the space-time continuum.

Now, all she needs is one more frame at age 26 to do a proper homage to the 2000 movie, Timecode.

Didgeridoo Dogs

Posted July 13, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

If you happen to be a denizen of the Land Down Under who digs the didgeridoo, then this guy is here to let you know that you do not have to limit yourselves to placing your lips on a giant phallic noisemaker; there's always your pets.

These two pit bulls are able to resonate the music nicely in an act that is not at all weird or borderline bestial.


YouTube Ad Gets It Right

Posted July 11, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

YouTube Ad Gets It Right

While those ads are definitely annoying, you have give them props for being quick on the draw when it comes to the subject matter.

Unfortunately, things went downhill when the classic hit by Surface, "Shower Me With Your Love" inspired a pop-up banner for a freaky German site where people did just that to each other...literally.


There must be something about low-wage-earning fast food employees, specifically ones that work the drive-thru that makes a certain segment of people think, "these people need to be put in their place, let's prank them!"

From coneing to static electric shocks, it's not letting up anytime soon and this guy rapping his order to the bewildered employee is the latest in what I would guess is a coordinated campaign by the Internet to take revenge against soggy french fries stuck at the bottom of the bags.

Are Moron 5 Touring This Year?

They're kind of like Maroon 5 except they forget how to play their instruments every month or so and occasionally spend all their money on lottery tickets.


"Aw, jeez, dude. Not only do you suck at singing, but you had to go and sing THAT song and remind me of Joel Schumacher's Batman movies?!

Come on! I'm trying to get my swag on for The Dark Knight Rises and you're killing it!"

I Guess Paul Really Is Dead Now

Come together...right now...in the emergency room.

Looks like Ringo was turned into Abbey Road Pizza.

I guess Mean Mr. Mustard finally got his revenge.

Maxwell's Silver Hammer wasn't the only thing they needed to worry about getting hit by.

This is what happens when Sunday's on the phone to Monday and not paying attention to the road.

And in the end, the speeding car you face is equal to the bones you break.


The power of Christ compels these people...to drop the bass!

Apparently, the seizure-inducing rhythm of dubstep contains a whole bunch of Jesus goodness that heals the sick and makes the immobile walk again.

...And to think, all it required was a MacBook.

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