Danielle Bruckman lost her cell phone amid new year celebrations on January 1, 2013. The phone ended up in the hands of some dude who, like several people who own phones, delights in taking selfies. Unknown to the new owner of the phone, it was connected to Bruckman’s cloud service.
Since this happens to be the day when population around the world wakes up with a hangover, it would be just fine to add inspirational fitness quotes to pictures of people getting drunk. We first saw this in September, but since then the idea has spinned off into a subreddit called Drunkspiration. Sit back, relax and see the hilariousness that happens when you mix overly zealous fitness quotes with drinking.
YouTube channel ParodiePub has created videos featuring several Street Fighter characters, most notably Chun-Li and Blanka. Hit ahead to see another video of Chun-Li being a scumbag, and a few of Blanka being a troll and making everyone’s life miserable.
Artist Liz Climo works as a storyboard revisionist for The Simpsons. The artist also has a very humorous Tumblr blog where she posts humorous illustrations and comics. Hit ahead for a few of those comics.
For those who are not keeping track, Professor X is busy firing X-Men in a series of sketches. Firing the mutants goes from cruel to extra cruel, as they get ripped a new one by the Professor for the series of sketches called Ex-Men. So far, the Professor has fired Wolverine, Gambit and Angel, and now it’s turn of the very “useless” Jubilee.
Kmart’s Christmas ad campaign for promotion of their Joe Boxer Apparel line has dudes lining up, and moving to the tune of “jingle bells” to endorse the boxers.
Honest Trailers have a reputation for being funny and sarcastic. For the Man of Steel trailer, these guys put the movie just the way it is.
Professor X fires Angel, not forgetting to make fun of the poor mutant. At least he was a bit more professional with Gambit and Wolverine, but poor Angel he just gets the boot straight up.
Everyone has annoying co-workers, this set of illustrations just classifies them according to their annoying habits and descriptive funny names. Those who work in the creative field, will find the illustrations by Peter Cortez and Joe Sayaman to be especially relevant.
Here’s imagining what major headlines for the last century might have looked like, had they all been written with the goal of getting more clicks. Well, that looks about right.