news

In light of a big move like this, you can count on the reactions from the rabid, outspoken leatherheads of this fine world to be equal parts pleasant, distasteful, and most definitely ridiculous. I've gotta place my bets here on 'Sin City Raiders' taking a serious run at that as their preferred, new official namesake. I mean, come on that shit's a royal flush.

news,sports,nfl,Oakland Raiders,reactions,football,fans,funny
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Just when I thought I'd seen it all with dating apps, this shit comes to fruition: a dating service intended for likeminded, single Trump supporters ready to swipe right on making dating great again. At least we've a venue that can act as a beacon for the lost, single souls out there bonded through their shared respect, potential adoration for the tangerine-skinned, golden-haired Prez Elect---DJ Trump. "What are your thoughts on the Wall?" Solid conversation starter material right there.

news,donald trump,election 2016,dating site,politics
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
Via: The Late Late Show with James Corden
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Can you imagine a news outlet abandoning shadow tactics and deceptive headlining/storytelling for some strange sort of honest high ground, hellbent on proliferating the truth-tellin? Nah, that sounds like madness...

At least we have James Corden (a mildly entertaining late night host with occasional flashes of comedic brilliance) around to show us what that could look like. Kind of.

By Unknown
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Dude had to get talked out of getting a nipple piercing at one point. And my personal favorite part of this whole catastrophe..."People are saying that I'm lit," Lemon said. "Yeah, I'm lit. Who cares?"

don lemon,news,FAIL,new years,drunk,cnn,TV
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
Via: News Be Funny
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Bloop lovers, rejoice! News Be Funny has released their compilations of the best news bloopers of the year. The year 2016 didn't dissapoint. 

Yup, over the last 365 days, we sure have spent a lot of time being afraid of the news. I, for one, have to take several deep breaths before loading up Twitter in the morning. But that doesn’t mean we can’t sit back and enjoy the times newscasters accidentally said the word “fart on air,” had their microphones thrown in a lake, or got drunk and told the kids at home that they couldn’t be whatever they wanted when they grow up. The magic of live television.

This is truly what this year has been leading to, and it is glorious. 

Not enough bloops? Here’s part one:



H/T Uproxx

Back to Top