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While we still think that TikTok is poisoning the brains of our youth (and some seriously troubled adults) it turns out that the app is good for something. Namely laughing at other people's absolute failures. This compilation of TikToks gone wrong serve up a hefty amount of cringe, humor, and second-hand embarrassment, all in one place.

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Cracked's back with a brand new video series, and this one will appeal to fans of all things Marvel. The premiere episode of "Canonball," a series that explores the weird and embarrassing sides of canon that people pretend never happened. Spider-Man is the show's first victim, and Cracked looks into the weird and weirdly sexy storylines that the Disney-owned MCU wouldn't touch with a 10 foot pole.

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There was a lot of gold in Michelle Khare's musical parody of YouTube Rewinds, but what we missed most about the now-deleted masterpiece is the video's Among Us tribute. It was a rough couple of weeks of trying to convince people that the clip existed, and now, thanks to another YouTuber, it's been re-uploaded for your pleasure. While the bit has received some criticism, we think it does a great job of putting the game experience to music. 

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No more influencers. Society has passed the need for influencers. 

While the influencers themselves may disagree with this sentiment, anyone who has been scrolling their way through the garbage fire of 2020 is probably with it. We're not sure if we're spending more time on the internet or if they're losing it because they can't travel and dine out on clout alone, but they've become way more insufferable than we ever thought possible. The only thing we can really do to cope is mock them, and YouTube's effspot makes that extremely easy with this compilation of these vapid souls running wild on the streets of Los Angeles. Brace yourself: cringe is coming.

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Ever wonder what Tolkien's brutish, snarling Uruk-hai would sound like with normal voices? Neither did we. But YouTube's BurtBot has answered expertly answered that question with this video. Using his own voice acting talents, he replaced Uruk-hai dialogue from Lord of the Rings with some very whitebread English. The results are delightful.

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Sarah Palin's Bizarre Home Video Has Twitter Confused

What is going on with these politicians? They're beginning to make the art of parody futile with these recurring shows of madness. Last month, former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin posted a home video in which she calls out Senator Lisa Murkowski for not supporting President Trump's decision to nominate a Supreme Court justice. Sounds simple enough, but the clip itself takes some effort to decipher. The video starts with the words 'Dear Lisa' superimposed over Palin as she says, "Lisa Murkowski, this is my house." She continues to exclaim "this is my house" several more times, as if she was trying out different cadences but forgot to exclude the outtakes. The whole thing was shot and edited like a Godard film—jump cuts in the middle of sentences, sudden closeups in black and white, dutch angles with debris in the middle of the frame—you have to wonder if calling out Murkowski was just Palin's excuse to come out as an avant garde filmmaker. And then there's her performance, which is really something else. Forget Tina Fey—imagine Conner O'Malley playing Sarah Palin. At the end of the video, she points out into the distance and says, "I can see a lot of things from my house...Lisa, I can see 2022 from my house." Was this both a vague threat to challenge Murkowski's senate seat and a reference to the infamous 'I can see Russia from my house' 2008 SNL gag? 

The video Palin initially posted to her personal Instagram account was mostly seen by her followers and supporters, and so for the first few weeks it slipped under the radar, but a shorter version was recently shared on Twitter to a much wider audience. We've included the short version of the video, some amusing replies from one Twitter thread, and the original Instagram video posted by Sarah Palin

Viral Videos, Funny Tweets, Twitter, Instagram, Sarah Palin, Politics, Presidential Election | Sarah Palin filming herself Dear Lisa
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Twitter Is Simping For Young Alex Jones Carving A Pumpkin

Casual tweeter @paleoteny posted a video of 23-year-old Alex Jones on Wednesday, not expecting the short clip to blow up within minutes. If you're not already familiar with the infamous globalist-hater, all you really need to know is that he believes the Pentagon puts chemicals in the water that "turn the friggin' frogs gay." Young Alex Jones seems a bit more chill than his present-day self (which isn't saying much), but he still emits a familiar chaotic energy in the video.

Jones spends the entirety of the two-minute long clip casually hacking away at a pumpkin with a kitchen knife while confirming a caller's suspicions about FLIR Systems' thermal imaging technology and how "black helicopters are being used for surveillance of the public by police departments around the country." There are several strange things about this clip—the limp skeleton conspicuously turned away from the camera; the sudden jump-cuts to a closeup of Alice Cooper's severed head; the fact that Jones never wishes us a Happy Halloween—and yet people on Twitter didn't really seem to give a shit about any of that. Most of them either simped for the young and surprisingly handsome public access host, or entertained the conspiracy that Alex Jones is actually Bill Hicks. Take a look at the clip and decide for yourself! We've also included some of the best replies to the amusing throwback. 

Funny Tweets, Twitter Thread, Funny Video, Halloween, Alex Jones | Replying to @paleoteny Why's he kinda cute tho screenshot of a young Alex Jones
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