The hilarious people at NonRandomNonSense have just uploaded a video titled “The Ultimate Anti-Gay Marriage Ad” and it’s so over-the-top yet bang on at the same time. The video pokes fun and the ridiculous and ignorant anti-gay marriage ads that have circulated over the past few years.
In the parody ad, a guy comes home from work and his wife greets him. He’s super bummed about something so his wife doesn’t hesitate to ask him what’s wrong. He drops the bomb that gays are trying to get married and she’s beyond shocked and terrified. Listening to the things they whine about is hilarious and things reach a whole new level when their little girl walks into the room.
As a side note, to give you an example of the humor of these guys, their YouTube account informs viewers, “New Video Every Time One Is Uploaded!” LOL. Enjoy the parody ad below.
As part of Seth MacFarlane‘s opening monologue performance at the Academy Awards this year, he performed a number called “We Saw Your Boobs” where he listed off the many actresses that have bared their breasts in cinema. As you can expect, many people didn’t like it although I think it’s okay to laugh at things like that once and a while – they’re just boobs in the end and every woman has them.
Anyway, one man wasted no time at all in coming up with a retort video in which he flips the script and talks about actors who have done full frontal. The song is called, “We Saw Your Junk.” It’s actually really well done and it’s a great way to recall all of the men who have actually shown their “junk” in movies.
Watch the funny (it’s just a penis, it’s not-offensive) video below.
Everyone’s favorite celebrity name-dropping wasted duo are back. I had no idea it’s been practically a year since they uploaded a video on their YouTube channel. Thankfully, Jessica and Hunter posted a brand spankin’ new clip to remind us exactly how hilariously tragic they are. I could practically smell the vodka when I received a notification. God, I missed them. Clearly, they sensed I was heading down to Los Angeles next week to stalk them and harass those lazy bitches to film a new webisode. Crisis (for them) averted.
Titled “Peek-a-boo,” Jessica and Hunter wake up in the park looking like a couple of “homeless clowns.” You’d expect nothing less. They find themselves bumping into a former party friend who’s now a responsible parent. Obviously, they can’t comprehend the idea of a baby unless it’s attached to a celebrity (the star f*ckers that they are). They definitely should never be within 100 feet of children. For their safety and the kids. Check out their latest clip below.
One of my favorite movies of 2012 was most certainly Pitch Perfect, starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson. The comedy had so many great lines and just as much great music that it was hard not to fall in love with it.
For a competition for Virgin Radio that is going on here in Vancouver, Homorazzi’s friends Ryan Steele and Amy Goodmurphy submitted a video with their take on a 60-second version of the film. The video even stars Homorazzi’s Nic as the love interest, along with several other familiar faces from Ryan Steele’s hilarious YouTube videos.
Watch the video below and vote for them via the link provided underneath to help support this crazy funny and hard-working comedy duo so they have a chance of winning the $10,000 grand prize!
In this parody, Actress-singer Emma Fitzpatrick pretends to be Anne Hathaway as she sings a parody version of Hathaway’s Les Mis song, “I Dreamed A Dream” and it’s called “For Your Consideration.” After winning best supporting actress at the SAG Awards, Golden Globes and Critics Choice, Hathaway reminds the Academy, one last time, why she must (and will) win at the 85th Academy Awards. Here’s an example of some of the lyrics in the song/video: “I played a prostitute who died / Her life was really sad and awful / But I was bold and unafraid / I let them give me this new haircut / And I lost half my body weight / But then they never did a wide shot.”
This isn’t the first parody or video that makes light of her role in the film. In fact, before Christmas, she and Samuel L. Jackson (Django Unchained) had a “Sad Off” in a Funny or Die video where they both tried to one up each other in terms of who’s character had it harder in their respective films. Make sure you watch that video if you haven’t, after you watch the video below.
How can you tell RuPaul’s Drag Race is starting up today? New releases from former and current contestants!
The Drag trio of Willam, Detox and Vicky Vox have released the follow up to their MASSIVE hit Chow Down (at Chick-fil-a), a hilarious parody of Alicia Keys’ “Girl On Fire” song called, “Boy Is A Bottom“. I have to tell you these three have it. They are all funny, don’t take themselves too seriously, and can all pretty much sing. I have to give major props to Vicky on this one, in the “Chow Down” video we didn’t get to see much of her and she pretty much steals the video in this one.
And don’t forgot to watch Drag Race tonight on Logo (in the US) and OUTtv (in Canada) at 9pm, then tomorrow check back for my full review where I cut these bitches down! Enjoy the video below!
Every once and a while a really good music video parody comes along and this is one of them. College Humor has just released a music video parody of One Direction‘s love song, “Little Things” and it’s called “What You Wanna Hear.”
Aside from the hilarious lyrics, the singers are actually really good as well. In the second verse, one of the guys sings, “I love to watch you shop in Anthropologie / And I totally agree that we should go… completely gluten-free / You totally look good in high-waisted jeans / I love monogamy.” LOL. Another guys sings, “My favorite position is ‘eye-contact with you’ / When I watch porn I think of you.”
But hold on there, the ladies have a say as well. One girl sings, “None of my guy friends and I… have ever screwed / And you could beat up any guy… here if you wanted to / I’m into morning sex, naked texts, and splitting the check / Baby your penis size, is per-fect“. Towards the end, both guys and girls join in for the chorus and sing, “We just say these little things to keep each other around / Are they true / What is truth / There’s only fights, and not fights / So I keep telling you, what you wanna hear.” Watch the funny video below.
In a new parody by Eliot Glazer, Oprah Winfrey attempts to draw in new viewers to her fledgling network, OWN, by reenacting classic viral videos in the hope of reaching a new audience.
Some examples of the trends the faux Oprah Winfrey (and her faux sidekick Gayle King) take on include: Shit Oprah Says, Leave Oprah Alone, Planking, and many more. One of my favorite one was Oprah’s take on Flash Mobs. I don’t even want to give away what she does, but it’s perfect.
This is the first video in a new series called Eliot’s Sketch Pad. Can’t wait to see what the comedian comes up with next. Enjoy the video below!