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Via: Jono and Ben
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Everyone's seen that video of the kids bursting in on their father giving a BBC  interview. We marveled at his unparalleled parenting as he grazed his daughter's face in an effort to get her out of the room and laughed as that baby wheeled in as if to say, "Not today, mother fucker."

Now we can see how a mom might've handled things. 

YouTubers Juno and Ben take things up a notch by having the "BBC Mom" do all the things a mom would without breaking a sweat. 

Via: Mike Diva
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Remember those old action figure commercials where GI Joe, Batman, and the Ninja Turtles would just crash through bricks and stuff? Well, this video harkens back to a day when figures like that reigned supreme.

LoneWolf, the only action figure bad enough to crash through a brick wall, is coming at you in all its nostalgic glory. 

Via: Greyson Schultz
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Honestly watching this parody video through was  pretty much the best 4 minutes of my day today.

A good parody blends the truth with the funny in a way that makes you think, "hey, is this thing real?" Trust me, that's what people in 1984 thought when they heard "Weird Al" Yankovic's "Eat It" for the first time. 

This parody of a Mark Zuckerberg post, in which the billionaire-founder of Facebook claims to be reconnecting with everyday Americans has people scratching their chin. 

Here's the original, which seems like a parody of the very idea of "sincerity" to begin with:

 

Then hilarious Twitter user @pixelatedboat gave it a rewrite: 

And for some reason, people thought that Mark Zuckerberg actually made a man eat his own newspaper sports section:

Mr. Pierre, with all due respect, come on!

This guy, who is also the editor-in-chief of "the best source of new on the Kansas City Royals," threatened to not buy a Facebook account or something:

Everyone needs to get out of the house more. 



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Via: Davison Video
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I appreciate this. Seems like every day, or week, we've got a new 'girl sits on vibrator, orgasms inappropriately in questionable place with unfortunate people around' on hand. You might recall the most recent viral video of the girlfriend orgasm-ing in front of mom. Well, this chick decided to provide some sweet humorous commentary on the ridiculousness of it all. Big ups.

Via: RocketJump
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It's hard for everyone to deal with the dog's death in John Wick. Oh, how many nights have we stayed awake wishing that those gangsters took John's life instead of his poor pup's. 

Well, someone finally made John Wick the right way.

This video puts the gun firmly in the mouth of an adorable little dog, whom after his master John Wick is killed, he takes a bite out of crime – or more specifically, puts a bullet in its head. 

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