Snail: Awolnation Sail Parody (Video)

If you like Awolnation’s Sail, I’m sure you’ll enjoy Snail, a parody song from The Pet Collective.

via ThePetCollective

Sherlock Holmes Sucks At Deduction

Sherlock Holmes Sucks At Deduction

Sherlock Holmes is just so cool. The way he’s able to make such outlandish guesses and deductions from the smallest of clues is just so impressive. The problem is, the TV show only shows the moments when Sherlock is right. As this hilarious Pete Holmes sketch demonstrates, Sherlock is more often wrong than right. Actually, he downright sucks at deduction.


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George Lucas Special Edition Of Star Wars: Episode VII Force Awakens Trailer

George Lucas Special Edition Of Star Wars: Episode VII Force Awakens Trailer

Nerds remember too well in the 1990′s when George Lucas re-released the original Star Wars trilogy. Fans were ecstatic that their childhood favorite films were back in theaters. And with better sounds and special effects! But many viewers felt let down by George’s unnatural CGI addition to the original films. 

Now that the new Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens trailer is all the rave online, Tim Tim Fed was inspired to remake the trailer as George Lucas might have–with obnoxious CGI additions and effects. Nerds are loving this hilarious parody that has instantly gone viral with over 2 million hits this weekend!


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This Fantasy Site Lets You Draft Donald Trump Instead Of Tom Brady (Video)

Daily fantasy sites like DraftKings and FanDuel have been all the rage lately, particularly with regards to the NFL.

In fact, I think there’s little doubt these sites have contributed to bringing in a whole new fan base for the sport and the league.

And if that’s the case, then “PrezDuel”is almost certain to make politics the most popular thing since, well, football.

OK, as you can see in the video above, “PrezDuel” isn’t real” — yet — but this is one hell of an idea, folks.

What if you could set a daily fantasy lineup of presidential candidates based not on politics, but on how well they pick a fantasy football lineup?

You’d probably have a lot more people talking about the GOP as if it were the NFL.

Let’s make America great again!

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‘Obama That I Used to Know’ Parodies Gotye With Political Twist


It was only a matter of time until someone on the Internet made a parody of Gotye’s mega-hit, “Somebody That I Used to Know,” about U.S. President Barack Obama.

While we all say we’re “so over” the Gotye track, there’s still something irresistible about the song.

In this version, the male lead voices his disappointments with Obama’s first term, as would be expected from the parody. While this may seem entirely predictable, we love the image of the two singers painted into the iconic Obama “Hope” portrait.

Jimmy Fallon Parodies Donald Trump’s Super Tuesday Speech

Trump simply gives them so much material that no other politician can compete with. After Trump’s success on Super Tuesday, he naturally gave a victory speech.Jimmy Fallonpokes fun at the speech in this spoof video.


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What Does The Fox Say On GLEE

What Does The Fox Say On GLEE

When you have a professional television show, you’re bound to be a little late with the Internet parodies.

Web culture moves so fast that by the time the episode has been recorded, edited, and is finally ready for launch, the topic is already old.

So you can hardly blame GLEE for only now posting this cover of the Ylvis sensation What The Fox Say. At least they do a great job. 


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‘Like you give a CRAP!’ Sean Spicer parody makes Lefties even CRAZIER after Alexandria shooting

If you follow the Sean Spicer parody (@sean_spicier), like us you were waiting for the unhinged Left to get even more unhinged after the Alexandria shooting. Not that they were all that concerned that Republicans were being shot at (some justified it even), but they didn’t want their rhetoric and crap behavior over the past six months to be blamed. Priorities, right?

Spicier knew exactly how to bring the cockroaches into the light:

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SNL We Did Stop with Miley Cyrus (Video)

SNL host Miley Cyrus and the SNL cast sing ‘We Did Stop (The Government)’, a parody song about the federal government shutdown, to the tune of Miley Cyrus’ ‘We Can’t Stop.’

via SNL