When it comes to advertising, companies spend ridiculous amounts of money to make sure that people see their products.
As these images prove, sometimes they come up with brilliant billboard designs, sometimes you’re left wondering if they actually checked what they were going to post, and sometimes they were just victims of very unfortunate placement.
Regardless, they probably made you look.
Spay and neuter your pets, people.
Remember the Dover, Delaware Police Department police officer that was caught lip-syncing to Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” on his dashcam? Well, that video went so viral that it now has over 33 million views.
And now he’s back with a brand new duet with a fellow officer where the two not only lip-sync, but they actually sing as well. You have to see it to believe it…
Every word has a basic definition that most of us are familiar with, but some are certainly open to interpretation.
For instance, you might say “bath robe” while I might say “casual wrap dress.” Let’s not get caught up in the details.
Anyway, as these satirical definitions of common words (created by the fine folks at Sad and Useless) prove, sometimes a creative interpretation is actually more accurate than the “real” definition we know.
Sometimes you find a spot so comfortable that nothing will make you give it up. Not even an annoying human pulling you out of it to see if you’ll crawl back.
Of course you will! It’s the perfect spot!
Considerin he’s an avid Star Wars fan who hosts podcasts about the series (and has even written a book about his life-long obsession with it), it’s really cool to see just how childlike he becomes while watching the short trailer.
Prom season means two things: 1) restaurants will be filled with gawky teens who can’t afford their meal because they spent all their babysitting money on a dress or tux, and 2) awkward photos that capture the essence of being a teen.
As these pictures prove, prom season is the most awkward season of all.
Cat scratch fever.
There’s nothing better than an announcer who really knows how to get into his job.
At first, it seems like this guy is totally unfazed by the fact that one of the horses in the race is named “Arrrrr,” but then he really turns it up a notch.
We all have our obsessions, right? For some people, it might be spiders or snakes, but for Alexander the Swell, it’s sharks.
He loves them so much that he decided to flip through one of his many shark books and give each on their own personalities. The results are hilarious (especially the “dork in gym class” shark). Ha!
The classic one-liner. That cornerstone of comedy that somehow never seems to get old and is always producing more and more amusement — from groans to guffaws.
Ready for a good laugh (and maybe an eye-roll or two)? Have at it!
Working in a mirror factory is something I can totally see myself doing.
Awww… Little George’s older sister Ava says that he’s “meaning” to say hello to their mother, but George thinks that she’s calling him “mean.”
It’s a simple mixup, but one that makes George all the more adorably hilarious…