Do you have any Abercrombie & Fitch clothing kicking around the house gathering dust? Hopefully the answer is negative. No self-respecting homo should have a logo tee from the brand in their closet since the early 2000s, especially all you 30+ ones. That’s right, I’m talking to you. Unless you’re in high school or early college, you have no business wearing A&F. I’ll give a pass for those pieces with very subtle branding on it. On the off chance that you do, here’s a brilliant and hilarious idea on what to do with it.
Greg Farber came up with a creative idea to change the brand’s image. His video is in response to Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries’ ridiculous statement about how he doesn’t want “not so cool” kids or women who wear size large to wear his company’s clothes. As Farber points out in his video, this coming from a guy who looks like Biff from the Back to the Future flicks makes it all the more absurd. Watch Farber as he covers the company’s business practices and goes on a hunt for A&F clothes in vintage stores in hopes of donating them to skid row residents. Check out the clip 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.
“Who’s that girl? (Who’s that girl?)” It’s not Jess (Zooey Deschanel) but rather Muriel Rosenberg. If you watch New Girl and wondered what the sitcom would be like without some hipster adorkable girl playing the lead, but rather a cranky senior citizen… wonder no more. New York sketch comedy group Paulilu produced a wonderfully charming parody of the hit FOX comedy with that very scenario.
Played by Helen Slayton-Hughes, the old version of Jess spews off age-appropriate pop culture references like silent film stars (Rudolph Valentino) or vintage mystery programs (Murder She Wrote). The Schmidt in the clip is bang-on with the mannerisms of original one on the show. Speaking of bang, the Schmidt in the Old Girl clip gets a bit of “schimdt” on a lucky girl’s face ;)
One of my favorite parts of the clip is when Muriel’s BFF Zelda who has bowel issues comes over. The visual of Zelda hurrying to the bathroom is hilarious. The funniest part of the clip is that I can actually see this being a sitcom. Quickly, network execs. Start working on development stat. Watch the Old Girl parody below.
Hopefully you’ve seen College Humor’s hilarious approach for marriage equality. Rather than using well-thought out points and facts to appeal to those opposed to same-sex marriage, the original sketch took an aggressive approach. Scare the bejesus out of straight boys by hitting them where it counts… their sex life. Gays in the clip threatened to marry all their girlfriends because they would be the ideal husbands. Turns out those tactics didn’t work on scaring straight men.
Scotch Tape Productions (Four guys who drink scotch and tape stuff) filmed a response to the viral video, citing why they would be okay with the gays marrying their girlfriends. This way, they could watch the game in peace while their ladies are off jazzercising with their new gay hubby, Francisco. LOL.
In the end, they don’t think gays will act on their empty threats. Why? Because the idea of punching kitties would repulse them. And I quote, “the idea of two vaginas in a room would be enough to vomit all over your fabulous loafers”. Check out the funny clip below. Side note. Is it me, or is the guy in the red hoodie kinda cute?
Props to College Humor for coming up with a hilarious and unique argument for marriage equality. Rather than using well-thought out points and facts to appeal to those opposed to same-sex marriage, why not take an aggressive approach. Scare the bejesus out of straight boys by hitting them where it counts… their sex life.
In the clip below, several homos explain why stealing straight boys’ girlfriends would be an ease. Why? Simple. The gays love to cook “a mother-f*cking quiche with a side of hummus” or take an urban tango dance class. Plus, we have power to get in to all the coolest art galleries because we know the owner, Maurice. To quote one of the guys, we can “play your girlfriend like an upright bass“.
My favorite guy in the clip is the one wearing a pink shirt whilst gardening. He delivers zinger after zinger including one involving going to Pinkberry after a hard gym workout. But my favorite is when he compares straight boys to Death Stars and the gays as an army of fabulous Luke Skywalkers. LOL. Definitely watch the clip. I guarantee, it’ll make you chuckle several times.
A while back I wrote about the Harvard Sailing Team‘s sketch comedy videos, “Boys Will Be Girls,” and “Girls Will Be Boys.” The concept is hilarious. A group of guys play out a scene, but acting as how stereotypes would say their girlfriends act. The gals do the same.
I was very happy to see that they’ve come out with a new one where it’s girls night out and boys night out. How do the men and women act when their out with their friends for the evening and what is it like when corresponding with them? Check out the video to find out. It’s too funny.
These guys & gals are hilarious. The NYC sketch comedy group, Harvard Sailing Team are at it again with this video of straight men acting like women, and a second video of girls acting like guys.
Guys as Girls watching The Biggest Loser while talking about what they want to eat (or not eat) and Girls as Guys watching the game while not wanting to talk & be harassed by their girlfriends every two seconds. Very stereotypical situations (I think??) for straight couples. Haha. What do I know.
Check them out!