Monday, August 31, 2009

Minute Maid Commercial



Never forget to have your juice in the morning, or you could have an embarrassing slip up like this one!

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Stupid Wannabe Burglers



These two would be burglers certainly get what's coming to them. I almost feel sorry for the lookout, but then, it is incredibly funny.

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Wacky Japanese Bowling



This lot put Fred Flintstone to shame. I can barely get a strike normally, never mind when doing these sorts of acrobatics. Crazy.

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Rapping flight attendant



A very talented flight attendant from South West Airlines in the US raps the, usually boring, pre flight talk. What a guy.

Singalong

This is flight 372 on SWA
The flight attendants on board serving you today
Teresa in the middle, David in the back,
My name is David and Im here to tell you that,
Shortly after takeoff, first things first
Theres soft drinks and coffee to quench your thirst
But if you want another kind of drink, then just holler
Alcoholic beverages will be 4 dollars
If a monster energy drink is your plan
Thatll be 3 dollars and you get the whole can
We wont take your cash, You gotta pay with plastic
If you have a coupon then thats fantastic
We know youre ready to get to new places
Open up the bench, put away your suitcases
Carry on items go under the seat
In front of you so none of you have things by your feet
If you have a seat on a row with an exit
Were gonna talk to you, so you might as well expect it
You gotta help evacuate in case we need you
If you dont wanna then were gonna reseat you
Before we leave, our advice is
Put away your electronic devices
Fasten your seatbelt, then put your trays up
Press the button to make the seatback raise up
Sit back relax have a good time
Its almost time to go, so Im done with the rhyme
Thank you for the fact that I wasnt ignored
This is Southwest Airlines, welcome aboard

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World's Worst Burgler



In some ways, you have to admire this guy. He's determined. In another way though, you have to laugh until there's tears running down your face.

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Friday, August 28, 2009

Rowna Atkinson - Comic Relief - The Beligians Quiz



Clip from Comic Relief night 1989. Parody Quiz hosted by Rowan Atkinson involving edited together politicians answering questions, including Lord Hailsham and his infamous obsession with the Belgians.

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Not the Nine O'clock News - Darts



A skit from "Not the Nine O'Clock News". With Rowan Atkinson (commentator), Mel Smith, Griff Rhys-Jones. I'm sure I've seen students playing this game...

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Monty Python - Ministry for Silly Walks



Arguably John Cleese's most famous Monty Python sketch.

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The Goodies - Walkies



This is my favourite Goodies sketch. I suppose it's a bit of nostalgia for the innocent silliness of the seventies. That, and a love for animals making humans look stupid!

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Mary Whitehouse Experience - The Cure



The Mary Whitehouse Experience demonstrate how Robert Smith of The Cure cannot carry a happy tune. See how he makes a mess of The Laughing Policeman.

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Roy and HG - Gymnastic Commentary



The brilliant Roy and HG comment on the men's floor routines during the Sydney Olympics. I love their affectionate names for the different moves. Look out for 'Flatbag' and 'Hello Boys'. These guys are legends.

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Roy and HG - Swimming Commentary (Eric 'The Eel' Moussambani)



The dynamic Aussie duo, Roy and HG coment on the Sydney Olympics. Here, the uplifting tale of Eric 'the Eel' Moussambani. Go Eric!!!

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Goodness Gracious Me - Indian Bridegroom Detective



I love how he takes his horse everywhere with him. Sanjeev Bhaskar plays detective.

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Goodness Gracious Me - Cheque Please (Bird of Paradise)



The demon dater strikes again. Sanjeev Bhaskar and Meera Syal (real life husband and wife, as far as I'm aware) in a fab sketch from the TV hit 'Goodness Gracious Me.' Altogether now - 'Cheque please!'

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Look around you - Sulphur



Fantastic parody of 70's and 80's schools' programmes. It's spookily accurate style wise, but I'm not sure the scientist in the ones I remember ever had a gun...

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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The Big Bang Theory - Robots



The guys discuss what would make a robot Jewish.

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Big Bang Theory - Spock's conception



Spock is half human, half vulcan. So, how was he concieved?

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Monty Python and the Holy Grail - She's a Witch!



The Monty Python crew in a fantastic scene from The Holy Grail. Connie Booth is being tried as a witch and Terry Jones and the team work out an ingenious way of proving her guilt.

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Dave Allen - Telling the Time



Another gem from Dave Allen's 1993 series. Here, he explains what happened when he attempted to teach his son how to tell the time.

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Tripod - Xbox song



I am an advocate for couples playing Xbox together, but most guys prefer to play by themselves. I suppose I can sympathise with this guy. I mean, who among us hasn't played Halo and just wanted to get to the next save point before bed?

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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre - Torchwool



The sock puppets strike again as they journey to Cardiff for their version of Torchwood. It all ends up a bit like an episode of Scooby Doo though...
Get tickets for their Edinburgh Fringe show 'The Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre Goes to Hoolywood here

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Omid Djalili - Disco dancing



Omid Djalili excells at impersonating different types of people dancing at, say, a family wedding or a dodgy nightclub. This dicso dancing is now expected at the end of his stand-up shows and he has difficulty closing a performance without it as an encore. I particularly enjoy his air drumming. Fab.

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Clive James Show - Zsa Zsa Gabor



A classic clip from the wonderful Clive James Show, where he interviews the irrepressible Zsa Zsa Gabor and shows clips from her excersise video. His interviewing technique is so candid and she is so arrogant, it makes a fantastic combination. Clive is doing a couple of shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. Check to see if there are still tickets here

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Lee Mack - Live at the Apollo - Jack Dee



Introduced by Jack Dee, Lee Mack does a fanatastic set Live at the Apollo, taking in childhood name calling, Riverdance and gymnastics, among other things.

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Shappi Khorsandi - Live at the Apollo



Iranian comic Shappi Khorsandi on Live at the Apollo. Shappi chats about being Iranian in Britain today, with down to earth charm. There may still be time to see her at the Edinburgh Fringe. Click here to find out.

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Monday, August 24, 2009

Skidboot the Amazing Dog



This dog is the most talented dog with the most awful name I've ever encountered. I've seen a short film about him and his owner though, and his owner loves him more than life itself. Some think it's demeaning to give dogs tricks to do, but some breeds of dog thrive on having a 'job' and this dog is one of them. I love the owner's accent too. He's a real live cowboy.

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Wedding Dance - Baby got back



As it's the season for weddings, I thought I'd show you this couple's imaginative first dance. It starts off to the strains of Unchained Melody by the Everly Brothers, then the music stops and it turns into something quite different...

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Best Man Fail - Weddings



Ah weddings. If you're planning on getting married this summer, or anytime for that matter, choose your best man carefully. Also, don't get married near water. It's just asking for trouble.

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Parenting fail - Breakdancing



Keep a hold of your children unless you want this to happen. Great breakdancing though...

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Badly behaved child



This is a very useful public service announcement. Pay attention now...

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Friday, August 21, 2009

Man Cold



Hey everyone, Sorry I've just done one post today, but I'm feeling really crappy with the cold. I'm almost as bad as Nick Frost in this sketch. Normal service will resume on Monday (I hope) with funny pics as well as vids.

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Dave Allen - First day at school run by nuns



The much missed Dave Allen with one of my very favourite of his routines. He tells of his first day at school, where the nuns attempt to explain the Catholic religion to him, aged four. Pure brilliance.

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Michael McIntyre - HD Ready TV



The anthropomorphizing of TV's - always funny. Michael McIntyre is ready for HD.

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Ricky Gervais - Science



Some strong language. Ricky Gervais' new show is called 'Science' but this is a clip from his show 'Fame' where he merely touches on the subject of science. For tour date info, click here

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Fawlty Towers - Communication Problem



Classic clip from Fawlty Towers, where deaf old bat Mrs. Richards (the late, great Joan Sanderson) complains about her room to Basil (John Cleese) and Manuel (Andrew Sachs) I was reminded of this show the other day when I saw and heard a man who was the double of Basil Fawlty outside a restaurant in Edinburgh. It turned out it was an Edinburgh Fringe show called 'Faulty Towers the Dining Experience'. Read more about them here

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Octomum giving birth



This clip from the Jimmy Kimmel show depicts the scene of infamous 'Octomum' Nadya Suleman giving birth. Watch somewhere private, as you may laugh your pants off.

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Jason Manford - Dad (on Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow)



Jason Manford has to be one of the best young comedians around at the moment. Check out this routine he does about childhood and his dad. It's one of my favourites. I was at a recording of a Radio 2 show recently where Jason hosted, and he was brilliant live. Some of you may recognise him as one of the team captains on '8 Out of 10 Cats' with Jimmy Carr and Sean Lock. Jason is touring this year and you can find the details on his website

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America's Got talent - Ventriloquist



Ventriloquist Kevin Johnson shows 'America's Got Talent' judge Piers Morgan for the insufferable prat he is. Cool.

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Jackass - Urban Kayaking



Now, normally I don't really like Jackass, but I remember seeing this and thinking it was a really fun concept. Makes me want to take a kayak down to my local fountain and have a go.

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Shaun Micallef - Holding the door open



Do you always hold the door open? If you're not sure of the etiquette, watch this instructional video by Australian funny man Shaun Micallef.

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Wedding Song Pachelbel's Canon



Comedian Rob Paravonian tells of his childhood anguish at having to play Pachelbel's Canon (popular at weddings) on his cello, and of how this dislike of the classical classic has followed him into adulthood. A very talented guy.

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Dave Gorman - Googlewhack Adventure



This is an extract from a show Dave Gorman did called 'Googlewhack Adventure', where he tells of how he ended up doing a crazy internet game instead of writing a novel, which involved travelling all over the world meeting all sorts of interesting, and sometimes crazy people. I met Dave recently where he was chatting about his book 'America Unchained' (where he tried to travel accross America without using any of the big chains like Travel Inn, Starbucks or BP.) He's doing a stand up tour soon. To view the dates and for more information from Dave's website click here He is always entertaining and I would reccommend checking out his previous books and TV shows if you have the time.

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Rabbit makes itself useful



Is your pet rabbit just sitting around the house doing nothing useful? Well, here's an idea.

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Sneezing Panda



A timeless youtube classic. Watch the baby panda give mummy panda a fright. Awww...

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Poor dad...Mortgage ad



Fantastic ad for a mortgage company.

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Monday, August 17, 2009

The Chaser's War on Everything - Westboro Baptist Church



Contains offensive language on the part of the church goers. The Chaser goes where others do not. People have shouted at Westboro Baptist Church for their homophobic views and abhorant behaviour in general. They have attempted to interview them and get them to see sense. People have even tried physically removing them from where they protest. Only the Chaser thought of flirting with them...

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Alistair McGowan - Parkinson Interview



Alistair McGowan chats to Parky about his impressions, including most of the cast of Eastenders.

For tickets to Alistair's show at the Edinburgh Fringe, click here

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Nora, the piano playing cat



Nora's owner, a piano teacher, says 'This is not a trick taught to Nora. She began sitting at the piano at about one-year-old. She's almost four now. She plays only when the mood strikes her, which is usually several time a times a day for short periods.'

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Friday, August 14, 2009

The Big Bang Theory - Movie Theatre



Sheldon crashes Leonard's date at the movies.



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Dangerous gunman



Let's hope all terrorists are this efficient.

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The Chaser's War on Everything - Trojan Horse



The lads from the Chaser see if anyone would fall for the old Trojan horse trick these days. You'd be surprised...

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Disco Lift



I don't know why she took the stairs. I love a good disco myself.

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Haan Light Beer Ad



Beer ad that captures the essence of Australian manhood.

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

The A-Team - The Musical



This is the third in my series of edinburgh Fringe reviews. I lack a clip for this show, so have put in a lego version of the A-Team opening theme instead!

The A-Team - The Musical

As I waited to get into this show, outside the Gilded Balloon, several thirty-something’s turned to stare at the huge chalk board bearing the show’s name and said ‘Ooh, what a great idea! I wish I was going to see that.’, or words to that effect. That, my friends, is the power of nostalgia. For those of us who sat in front of the telly of a Saturday teatime in the 1980’s, enthralled by the exploits of Hannibal, Face, B.A and Murdoch, the memories are strong and very special. Yes, the storylines for every episode of the A-Team were always basically the same, but there was a certain comfort in that. You always knew that however many helicopters crashed, however many shots were fired from automatic weapons, however many grenades were thrown at innocent stunt villains who had to gracefully jump out of the way, nobody would get hurt.
This show revisits those predicable storylines (from B.A. being drugged with milk to get him on a plane, to Hannibal’s ridiculous disguises at the start of each show) with humour and wistfulness, and adds in some songs for good measure. The show would be enjoyable enough if you’d never watched the A-Team, but really, you can only fully appreciate it if you’ve seen, as I have, more episodes than you’d ever admit to. The show is deliberately cheesy and the performances are sometimes spookily similar to the gloriously wooden ones of the original TV show. The A-Team van (you remember, black with a diagonal red stripe down the side) has to be seen to be believed. They even manage a car chase involving the much reviled Colonel Decker. The songs are good if not particularly catchy, but the cast make up for this with their charm. The real pull is the promise of being able to wallow in memories of television past, that remind you of a happier, more innocent time. I love it when a plan comes together.

For tickets to The A-Team - The Musical click here

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Skateboarding Dog



I love to see dogs having fun. This one has turned a boring old car park into a playground.

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Robot dance



I confidently predict your jaw will drop when you see the guy in the orange t shirt do his stuff. He is, quite obviously, made of rubber.

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Chuck Norris - Facts



'Facts' about Chuck Norris, read out by the man himself.

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Ad for Silva



No matter how big a ship you are, you can't argue with logic. The Americans go head to head with the Irish. Who will come out on top?

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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Wil Anderson - Wilosophy



Here's the second in my series of Edinburgh Fringe reviews.

Wil Anderson - Wilosophy

Wil Anderson is a tour de force. He has energy and passion as soon as he steps out on stage in his trademark thongs (that‘s flip-flops, if you‘re British!). This year, the Australian comedian and TV presenter (on shows such as ’The Gruen Transfer’, a fascinating and funny look at the advertising industry) has chosen to tell us about a few of his philosophies of life. I must admit, I have never nodded so often in agreement with what a comedian has had to say during a show. The madness of creationism, the inability of parents to take responsibility for children’s obesity, and racism that masquerades as nationalism, are some of the topics covered. This makes him sound like a soapbox though, which he’s not. Even when expressing strong opinions, he always acknowledges other people’s points of view, even if it is with a wink and a smile.
His humour is direct, some would say confronting, but always, it seems, honest. And I think honesty is the best basis for stand up comedy, as personal experience and conviction give the gags a certain edge that carries the crowd along. The laughs come thick and fast, as Anderson taps into not only our day to day experiences, but also world news, with expertise.
Unsurprisingly, there were a lot of Aussies in the crowd, as he is a very well known face over there. I think that those in Edinburgh this month should go and see this impassioned comedy coming out of Australia, as it’s always interesting and funny to get an outsider’s point of view of you own country, while at the same time getting a first hand perspective on their’s. So give it a go. This is an hour of stand up that gets personal, and benefits from it.

Click here to get tickets for Wil Anderson at the Fringe.

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Adam Hills - Australian accents



Some strong language. Adam Hills, the Australian comedian, comments here on the strange inflections used by some Aussies. He has a show at the Fringe in Edinburgh this year. Buy tickets here

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Chad Vader - Day Shift Manager



If Lord Vader was a manager in a supermarket...

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Having a Whale of a time in a Kayak



There is controversy in Australia at the moment over Japanese Whaling. The Japanese say they kill whales for 'scientific research' when actually they are eating them. This is a different kind of whale, and I'm not sure if the people here are even Japanese, but I like to think this is a tactic the whales might like to employ with humans who get too close.

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Big caravan - little car



I know many people don't like caravans. I don't have anything against them, but when you're stuck behind one on a little county road, it can be frustrating. So, this is for anyone who needs to let off a little steam if they've been annoyed by a caravan these summer holidays. "I think it's running a bit rich..."

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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre - Back in E.D.I.N.Braw



I'm sorry if my updates weren't as numerous yesterday, but I've been going to a lot of shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and have been low on time. However, I wanted to make up for it by including a few reviews of what I've seen and some clips where I can find them. Here's the first one:

The Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre Goes to Hollywood

We entered the tiny, hot, Gilded Balloon venue at Teviot, to the strains of the sock puppets’ latest song ‘Back in E.D.I.N Braw’. As we shuffled to our seats in the third of only three rows (the place must hold less than fifty people) I giggled hearing the lyrics ‘The Morningside ladies really knock me out’ to the tune of the Beatles classic ‘Back in the U.S.S.R.’
Although this is the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre’s third year at the Edinburgh Fringe, this was the first time I’d seen them, and looking at the small, tartan lined stage on the stage, it was tricky to know what to expect.
When the lights went down, we were treated to a show that was, from the outset, so funny, so original and so entertaining, we didn’t want it to end. Their googly-eyed charm was hard to beat and every song was a winner. Even if you’ve seen them on youtube, nothing could compare with the raw magic of their live show. It’s difficult to review this show without giving too much away, but highlights included: their opening song, the honestly named ‘I’m a sock’; a topical parody of ‘Footloose’; a blasphemous and hilarious cover of the Mary Poppins number ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’; a side splitting tribute to Michael Jackson and a light sabre fight I’ll never forget. Lets just say this show is varied, imaginative, charming, highly original and uproarious.
By the time their creator (Kev F Sutherland) emerged from behind the little tartan set, red faced and sweating, to tumultuous applause I remember thinking - who would’ve thought sock puppets could fill an hour so engagingly? It’s the show that keeps on giving, as you’ll be quoting it long after the festival is over.

Buy tickets for the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre in this year's Fringe here

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Scrubs - Sugar Hill Gang



The Sugar Hill Gang make a guest appearance on Scrubs. JD has the coolest alarm clock.

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Brian Blessed does snooker commentary



The famously loud actor Brian Blessed attempts snooker commentary.

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Ellen Degeneres - Interpretive Dance



This was part of Ellen's stand up, where she tried to show, through interpretive dance, what her experiences were when she came out. I wonder how many gay people can relate to this. She's certainly been amazingly strong and intelligent through some ignorant criticism.

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Robin Williams - We are most amused, London



Robin Williams gives his take on the 2008 American presidential election. Obama is praised and Bush is missed, but only for his comedy value! John McCain, Sarah Palin, Jack Nicholson and Arnold Schwarzenegger come in for some stick.

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Monday, August 10, 2009

The Chaser's War on Everything - If Life Were a Musical (Barbershop)



The Chaser's segment where they bring musical numbers to the unsuspecting public. Here, Chas is needing some serious hair removal.

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Total Eclipse of the Heart - Literal video



Ah yes, we all knew Bonnie Tyler's origional video for this song was bizarrley pretentious to say the least, but this literal translation just goes to prove it.

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Sunday, August 9, 2009

Persistent parker



If you think you're bad at parking, watch this! The driver is certainly persistent, and the Benny Hill music sets it off beautifully.

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Saturday, August 8, 2009

Disneyland Marriage Proposal



I'm actually slightly creeped out by this, but maybe I'm an old cynic. Many will find it romantic, others will find it strange, I'm just shocked she said yes. I'm hoping he's a Disneyland employee or something. Crazy stuff.

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Friday, August 7, 2009

Smug fisherman gets his cumeuppance



Now there's a lesson here somewhere. I think it might be, be nice to your dog. See what you think.

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Yodeling kid



An 11year old girl enters 'America's Got Talent' with a yodeling song. Unusual, but I tell you what, the Hoff loves it. Yee-ha!

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Evian Roller Skating Babies



I'm not sure if this is funny or creepy, but I'm not really a baby person. I like Rapper's Delight though.

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Home Shopping Fail



I can't believe the balls this guy has. I mean, that's bravery above and beyond the call of duty. It just shows how dedicated these home shopping presenters are.

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Seagull steals golf ball



And in sports news, Steve Lowery encounters an unusual hazzard on the golf course. Those seagulls get everywhere....

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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Dead Ringers - Dr. Who on the Eurostar



Dead Ringers star Jon Culshaw confuses Eurostar passengers and staff as the Tom Baker version of Dr. Who. Nice scarf.

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Evolution of Dance



Ok, I know, this is an old one and most of you have probably seen it, but it's so brilliant, it's worth a second view. Of course a lot of you will be far too young to remember many of the dances.....

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Religious ceremony funnies



If you're on this site, I'm guessing you don't take life too seriously. Religious or not, some of these are pretty good.

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Father Ted - Road Block



Father Ted's version of 'Speed' where dougal has to keep the milk float going above four miles an hour - or it'll explode. Tense stuff.

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Air Guitar



This is a shortened version of one of my favourite Extreme songs 'Play with me' (you can find it on their first album or on the 'Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure' soundtrack - that's how cool it is.) Also, it's not every day you see a large man in a Hello Kitty breastplate playing air guitar. Today is one of those days my friends.

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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Canine Come Dancing (Dog Dancing Championchips)



Ah, England. The land of the true eccentric. The dogs look better than the handlers in this, the doggie dancing championchips of Europe.

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Mock the Week - Commercials that never made it to air



Great segment from Mock the Week, hosted by Dara O'Brian, where the panelists(Michael McIntyre, Frankie Boyle, Russell Howard, Hugh Dennis, Andy Parsons and Mark Watson) make up comercials that we'll never see.

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Chris Rock - Women



Strong langusge NSFW. I hate to admit that there may be a grain of truth in this. Women need to sort it out and take over the world!

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Father Ted - Lovely Girls



Father Ted judges the local Lovely Girls competition.

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Old lady crossing the road



This clip confirms two things I thought were true anyway. 1. Men in sporty looking Mercedes' are arseholes, and 2. Never mess with old ladies - you never know what they might do.

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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Jack Dee - Children



Jack Dee questions the merits of homework. Ah, children.

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Jo Brand - Text messages



(Contains strong language, maybe not suitable for work.)Jo Brand reads out some text messages that the audience have sent to her mobile phone during the show.

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The Simpsons - Voice actors



There's something very cool about watching the faces behind the Simpsons characters we know so well.



Here's some more of the Simpsons actors. Sorry about the quality of the video, but those voices are unmistakable.

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Flight of the Conchords - Business Time



(May not be suitable for work, due to sexual content.)Flight of the Conchords describe themselves as New Zealand's fourth most popular digi-folk paradists. To get more details on Brett and Jermaine go to the Flight of the Conchords Website This is one of my favourite of all their songs. It's not taken from their popular HBO TV show (although they did do a little video for that) but is live in front of an audience. For extra enjoyment, here's the lyrics so you can sing along.

 

Aww yeah
That`s right baby.
Girl, tonight we`re gonna make love. You know how I know, baby? `Cause it`s Wednesday. And Wednesday night is the night that we make love. Tuesday night`s the night that we go and visit your mother, but Wednesday night is the night that we make love. `Cause everything is just right conditions are perfect. There`s nothing good on TV. Conditions are perfect. You lean in close and say something sexy like, "I might go to bed I`ve got work in the morning." I know what you`re trying to say baby. You`re trying to say, "Oh, yeah. It`s business time. It`s business time."

It`s business.
It`s business time.
That`s what you`re trying to say you`re trying to say let`s get down to business it`s business time.

It`s business.
It`s business time.
Next thing you know we`re in the bathroom brushing our teeth. That`s all part of it, that`s foreplay. Then you go sort out the recycling. That`s not part of it but it`s still very important. Then we`re in the bedroom. You`re wearing that ugly old baggy t-shirt from that team building exercise you did for your old work. And it`s never looked better on you.

Oh, team building exercise `99.

Oh, you don`t know what you`re doing to me.
I remove my jeans but trip over them `cause I still got my shoes on. But I turn it into a sexy dance.
Next thing you know I`m down to just my socks and you know when I`m down to just my socks what time it is�it`s time for business. It`s business time.

It`s business.
It`s business time.
You know when I`m down to just my socks it`s time for business that`s why they call it business socks.

It`s business.
It`s business time.
Oh.
Ooh, makin` love.
Makin` love for two.
Makin` love for two minutes.
When it`s with me you only need two minutes, `cause I`m so intense. Two minutes in heaven is better than one minute in heaven. You say something like, "Is that it?" I know what you`re trying to say. You`re trying to say, "Aww yeah, that`s it." Then you tell me you want some more. Well I`m not surprised. But I`m quite sleepy.

It`s business.
It`s business time.
Business hours are over. Right, right.

It`s business.
It`s business time.

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Where the Hell is Matt?



This is one of the best clips on the internet in my opinion. Basically, it's a guy called Matt who was a bit of a deadbeat and a terrible dancer who decided to go travelling. Through various twists and turns (read the full story at wherethehellismatt.com) he got to travel to a huge amount of places around the world, and everywhere he went, he danced. Badly. An inspiration to us all I think. Travel more and dance like nobody is watching!

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Monday, August 3, 2009

Big Bang Theory - Rock, paper, scissors, lizard, Spock



Jim Parsons, who plays Shelodon in The Big Bang Theory, shows once again his skill for remembering really tricky lines. (He's been nominated for an Emmy Award this year. Quite right too.) Next time you have to make a difficult decision, maybe you could try this - if you remember how it works.


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Stewart Francis - Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow - Edinburgh



Fantastic set from Canada's Stewart Francis, here performing in Edinburgh for Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow. One liners are his speciality.

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Creature Comforts - Brazilian Lion



This Brazilian Lion needs space and meat to live, but not necessarily double glazing.

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Little Britain - Mortgage at Bank



No wonder the banks screwed up with people like this selling mortgages.

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Surfing Dog



This uplifting little film made me smile. A dog that loves surfing and is certainly a lot better at it than me.

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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Jerry the dog and his ball throwing machine



The inventive owner has crafted a ball throwing machine, so, even when he/she's not there, Jerry can still play ball. Ingenious.

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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Golden Lab puppies vs Cat



Dogs, even when they're puppies, realise that cats are evil.

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