Jhe internet is basically sunshine to me. I need it to live, but I know spending all day in its glow will kill me. It made my brain worse, but when I watch these funny videos, I can easily forget how terrible it is. In fact, I can easily forget anything because the internet has ruined my long-term memory.
I get nervous when I show people things on the internet – there’s really shame in showing people something they’ve already seen. People look at you as if you were the second to invent the wheel. That being said, let’s start with an extremely popular video!
1. Lubalin: Turning Yahoo Answers into Beautiful Music
Chances are you’ve seen Lubalin’s songs made from comments on the internet. He’s been on Fallon, so what I’m doing is “introducing” Coldplay to you. If you’ve seen this before, pretend you haven’t and laugh with me to make me feel good. It’s such a perfect execution of a simple idea.
2. This tweet (which Taika Waititi also liked)
I must have received this tweet at least a dozen times when it dropped. I already know my job is a joke, I honestly don’t need that kind of personal attack. My girlfriend thought it was very funny when I showed it to her (after she had finished her busy day working in a hospital).
3. Today: “Is it cool? »
I only discovered The Day Today 20 years after its disappearance. Thanks, Internet! It was the birthplace of Steve Coogan’s character, Alan Partridge. It’s not Partridge, but the line “is it cool?” is something my friend Veronica Milsom and I have been yelling at each other on and off ever since she showed me this sketch.
Once The Algorithm decides you like something, it will stick that thing down your throat like a duck turned foie gras. He decided that I like “specific impressions”, and hats off to the creepy algorithm because I absolutely love it! Here are three quick favorites:
@calebsaysthings: listening to a friend when he is completely wrong
There will never be a more on-point feeling talking to this kind of friend.
@melbuttle: what mothers say when it rains
Mel Buttle’s impressions of moms belong in a museum. “Good day to be a frog!” To like.
@itscaitlinhello: the ‘sad main girl’ in all Netflix teen movies
Caitlin Reilly is the best actress to play comedians. All of her work is great, but her slew of poorly written female characters (in sci-fi, action movies, teen dramas and more) is amazing.
There is joy in a joke that surprises you. It’s not that. This stupid joke goes exactly where you think it is and your hand is on the stupid steering wheel.
It’s a sick shiver. Come on, have fun. Find out your dragon name, as long as it’s not Rugarth. Your dragon better not be Rugarth!
6. A warthog attacks a man who was trying to pet it
Sometimes when we have a hard day at work, my colleagues suggest we watch South African Pig Man again. It’s just a little pleasure. Everyone has their own version of South African Pig Man. It’s mine.
Whoever made this clip finished it at EXACTLY the right time. We’ll never know what happened to South African Pig Man, and I think it’s for the best.
7. A Life in Questions: School of Wisdom with Aaron Chen
As a broadcaster, I ask questions every day, but I know deep down that I will never come close to Aaron Chen when it comes to questioning skill.
8. This Mitchell & Webb look: “Stay inside”
This one blew up again at the start of the pandemic and remains a modern classic. That was pretty close to the bone two years ago – hope you’re ready to laugh about it again!
9. The photos of the chaotic nightclub Twitter Account
As the world opens up after years of lockdown, people are ready for our jazz age. Chaotic Nightclub Photos is both a love letter and a public service announcement to anyone willing to come back and paint the town.
I’m pretty bad with money. I bought bitcoin in 2010 to buy normal legal stuff on the internet and didn’t follow the wallet. I have no idea where it is. My friend Michael Hing has made a rough calculation and estimates its current value at around 3 million Australian dollars. Never mind. Now all I can do is rejoice that the rich are ridiculously losing money.
I’m not just saying this to make the Guardian look good, but this headline shows the perfect amount of restraint. It’s not much funnier than the truth.
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