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.
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.
Given that we enjoyed the hilarity that BatDad brought to the table, we think BaneDad deserves good recognition as the true nemesis of BatDad. It’s his son who has to put up with the caprices of BaneDad. Hit ahead for Vines from BaneDad, played by New York based comedian Anthony Apruzzese.
This dude, he’s got the sexy Halloween costume idea nailed.
So your girlfriend’s got a great idea in crafted items and skill to match that. The only thing she needs now, is a model to show off her work on her Etsy store. That’s you, my dear fellow. Be a good man and model for your girlfriend. Although objectively speaking it would be near impossible to know for every photograph if the dude really is the boyfriend, though for most images it won’t be a stretch of the imagination. We like to think the look of “wtf am I doing?” can be seen on some of these faces.
A hilarious commentary on life after marriage, the ‘Married Kamasutra’ is a non-erotic guide to life after marriage. It’s mostly the illustrations in an Indian style that do the trick, while the commentary on non-existent positions adds to the hilarity of the situations depicted. The book by Simon Rich and Farley Katz is available on Amazon.