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America. Land of the free. Home of the...mobility scooter gangs? Well, not that we know of - but you'd believe it right? This video from our friend James of Casually Explained includes a very silly scooter story - along with many other amusing roasts that we have a hard time arguing with. Better to laugh at these humorous observations than get huffy. But defensiveness is kind of an American trait, too.

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Harrison Ford's Reaction To A David Blaine Magic Trick Goes Viral

Harrison Ford is a lot of things. Beloved Star Wars and Indiana Jones hero. A self-taught carpenter. A father. But he's also our favorite cranky and disgruntled curmudgeon. If you've ever seen an interview with the actor, you'll know he isn't one to sugarcoat or even pretend to be enjoying publicity. This attitude is very evident in a resurfaced clip of the actor in his kitchen with David Blaine. In the video, the celebrity magician tries to wow Ford with an impressive card trick. His hilarious reaction to the video (which you can see below) has gone viral thanks to a tweet from @clarisselou. The internet is absolutely eating up the actor's sassiness - and you can watch below to see exactly why.

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Have you ever asked yourself "What if The Simpsons was British?" Neither had we. But UK comedian Alasdair Beckett-King provides an answer to this unnecessary question in this short and silly video, and in the process makes us ery happy that the show takes place in the fictional US town of Springfield.

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Not everybody has 4 hours to devote to Zack Snyder's Justice League, so we went ahead and made a Snyder Cut of our own. We've got Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Flash, Steppenwolf, Alfred, Lois Lane, Iris West, Darkseid, Martian Manhunter, Martha, Joker, the other Joker, that dumb kid in the bank, and it only cost us $20. Even better, it costs you nothing. Sorry, HBOMax. 

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In light of the recent tragic hate crime in Atlanta, many have been vocal on social media about the ongoing discrimination against Asian Americans. While it's undoubtedly important for these problems to be addressed, the marketing teams of big corporations tend to be rather obnoxious in their virtue-signaling after a national tragedy. When a company's primary goal is to sell you something, sometimes it's hard to take their platitudes about social justice seriously. YouTuber Ian Kung personified this cringe perfectly in his satirical video about how corporations often clumsily respond to a national tragedy. Check it out. 

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Wendy Williams is pretty much famous at this point for her hilarious on-air flatulence. But a few days ago she took that reputation to the next level by treating her studio audience to an epic fart and burp combo. Sure, maybe our appreciation of this moment makes us immature. But if we can't enjoy potty and fart humor there's not much hope for levity in this world. 

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If NPCs were sentient, what would a game be like for its characters? Would it be like something out of Westworld or would they sort of just meander around, aimless and confused? Filmmaker Joel Haver created a hilarious hypothetical depiction of what it's like for NPCs when the player's controller dies, poking fun at game logic in the process. Be sure to check out Haver's YouTube channel for more fun shorts. 

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Everybody assumes Keanu Reeves' John Wick's greatest skill is his ability to headshot 20 dudes in five seconds, but what if his actual greatest ability is being a super nice guy and a great friend? Carly Snowdon and Jordan Breeding dive straight into the shadowy weeds to discuss the qualifications of an expert assassin, what it means to be a good friend, and whether there will ever be a better action franchise than "The Raid."

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Meet Kay. Kay is a British cooking enthusiast with hundreds of videos featuring absolutely terrible recipes that her teenaged son tastes and critiques when the meal is complete. In this video, she tries to replicate a 'Korean meal' that an 'actual Korean person' taught her how to make. Kay seems sure of herself, but we're pretty sure that barbecue sauce isn't a staple of Korean cuisine. We honestly can't tell if Kay takes her culinary adventures seriously or if she and her son make these videos in jest, but it doesn't really matter because the videos are hilarious. Kay is either the worst cook across the pond or a comedic genius. Be sure to check out 'Kays Cooking' on YouTube.

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Not all mashups are successful, but this marriage of Borat and Skyrim really hits the sweet spot. Both the movie and the game are incredibly popular, but we definitely never expected to see them overlap in this way. And weirdly, it hilariously works. 

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While it may seem like the world is opening up to a spectrum of masculinity, Hollywood has never really wavered in its portrayal of action hunks and their opinion of what a man should is supposed to be like. Our friends over at Cracked take a short but in-depth look at these oiled-up muscly tropes in this video, as well as clichés regarding male intellect and, of course, height.  

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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.