funny

revolutionary war time magazine colonial time england american revolution 1776 funny - 7466613504
By Unknown
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Time magazine made this the cover for their May 2013 issue. The internet was none too happy about it. I present Exhibit A.

Favorite

UK Government Tweets Celebratory Photo of Wrong Bridge, and Twitter Is Having a Trolling Field Day

Queensferry Crossing in Scotland is set to open in 2017, and will be the world's longest three-tower cable-stayed bridge. Except that the bridge shared in photo by UK government is not Queensferry Crossing.

twitter government FAIL architecture reactions UK funny - 1197829
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
By Unknown
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Stuart Edge goes where no man dares go. Usually you have to wait a few weeks or months to meet her parents, and even then it's a nerve-wracking anxietyfest. Now imagine doing it on day one!

  • -
  • Vote
  • -

It’s encouraging to know that years of hard work as an actor or filmmaker could one day get you a free orange Gatorade.

New Media Rockstars decided to see how people would react to someone carrying a (fake) Oscar around the streets of L.A.

It seemed to work out pretty well for the guy. He ended up getting free movie tickets, food, drinks and was pretty much allowed to go and do whatever he wanted.

“You got an Oscar, thats your ID,” said a bouncer when he tried to get into an exclusive party.

Watch and cringe as everyone tries to take pictures with him and his award despite not knowing who he is or what he “won” it for.

Some people even claim they saw his speech.

news oh china funny - 7740861696
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

The zoo at the People's Park of Luohe in China's Henan province has become a laughing stock after the officials tried to pass off common species in costumes as exotic animals. Among the furry impostors were a white fox in a leopard cage, two coypu rodents in a snake cage and perhaps the most memorable of all, a giant Tibetan mastiff dog dressed as as an African lion with fluffy brown fur wrapped around its face. As if the fur coat wasn't a dead giveaway, the creature's true identity became crystal clear when the dog reportedly started barking in front of the visitors. According to the Beijing Youth Daily, the zoo's director Liu Suya explained they decided to use the vacant cage to house an employee's pet dog when their lion-in-residence had to be sent away to a breeding facility.

Back to Top