Alexa! The Echo works great, but there are moments when we could probably bludgeon the device… well, you know, generic digital assistant problems. This video by cartoonist Lauren Lorenzo shows Alexa being introduced to her father and 98-year old grandmother. A very interesting conversation ensues as the family tries to get talking to the new Echo device.
So here’s Average Rob, self-proclaimed “Mediocre dude from Belgium” who has been posting photos with his friends on Instagram – just like everybody else. And just because his friends are celebrities and other famous people, it’s being called photoshop. The truth is, everybody knows Rob, and here’s an incident that proves it.
Holy F__k by Chris Chalklen is a hilarious short film about an exorcism. It starts off quite “The Exorcist” style, but rather than going for horror, the film goes for humor. The idea of the film came from a story on Subreddit WritingPrompts. The film has been played at 39 international festivals, and has won …
Romance has fueled literature for centuries, and several characters have become quite the examples for love – and inspiration to countless people. What these characters from the classics lacked was texting. I mean, who in the modern world has loved and not communicated via texts? These images take a humorous look at these beloved characters and imagine what they would have texted. Check them out.
So here’s Rain Yokohama, who we’ll prefer to call the ridiculous genius. Rain has a series of selfies, that would for all practical purposes, appear to include his girlfriend. Then there’s the second shot, which shows exactly how the girlfriend selfie was taken, without the girlfriend. The set is titled “A collection of how to get by on Valentine’s day. Episode: how to take photos that look like you have a girlfriend”.
It is tough for seasoned chefs to keep up with Gordon Ramsay in a kitchen, let alone the regular dude who rates himself at 2/10 on the cooking skills scale. Quite an interesting video – and well tried, amateur cook.
This hilarious comic from Jake Likes Onions does quite a job at explaining the basics of “fixing” electronics.