There are some pretty crazy laws in the world – some of which may seem so bizarre that’s it’s hard to comprehend why they even came up with them.
“Like ‘Lethal Weapon’ with two Mel Gibsons”, Palisades Park Pet Patrol is the fictional ’80s TV show from Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm.
A spelling error printed on 5,000 free t-shirts handed out at the Mandela Freedom Ride is hard to ignore, but it’s pretty funny.
Club promotional videos can be difficult to nail, but some completely miss the mark and end up making the club involved look like a train-wreck. This is one of those videos.
The bottle openers of Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez have finally hit shelves in England, putting that chomping footballer to good use.
During the half-time interview with Schalk Burger during the Springboks vs Scotland match, SuperSport presenter Owen Nkumane delivered a hilarious, cringe-worthy interview that makes us wonder if he was completely hammered.
Iceland’s premier division may not be the best quality football in the world, but it definitely provides some of the best celebrations we’ve seen, particularly from the Stjarnan team.
Meeting people can be tough, but director Max Landis came up with an ingenious idea to break the ice: slap one another to form a real bond.
Hammerhead Comedy show the behind-the-scenes of a call centre and why exactly it seems like you’re talking in circles with them.
Carlton Draught is known for the hilarious ads, but one of the best has to be the beer chase that pits a bunch of Aussi boozers up against the cops.
A new video filmed from a camera phone has emerged on the internet, showing former American Apparel founder Dov Charney doing the no-pants-dance.
The advert for property company Vineyards Estates pokes a little bit of fun at Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Front party, and they’ve seen the ad, and have responded.
Table Mountain is currently on the market – even to all of us normal folk! Haven’t you always wanted to OWN and piece of Cape Town? Sure you have.
Bobbing for ovaries, uterus piñatas and vagicians are just some of the activities in the latest HelloFlo ad showcasing the “full moon” party.
Laugh It Off t-shirt satirist Justin Nurse is taking to the stage with his new play White Guilt, which will be hitting Cape Town next week.
Seth Rogan and James Franco prepare to assassinate the North Korean supreme leader, Kim Jong-un, in the new trailer for The Interview.
Check out the latest compilation of South African party-goes, throwing up gang-signs and other strange gestures that’ll make you scratch your head.
Ricky Gervais and Jimmy Fallon take on a game of Word Sneak on the Tonight Show. The two try hard, but neither is able to keep their faces straight during the game. Enjoy.
The saying “the show must go on” only goes so far, as John Cleese’s dodgy knee will prevent him from performing the famous Ministry of Silly Walks skit for the Monty Python Live show in London.
If you’re looking for some laughs to get you through the rest of Monday, prepare for a new compilation of the latest and greatest news fails on the internet, featuring falls, awkward moments and technical difficulties.
English comedian Simon Brodkin, known for playing Lee Nelson, donned a suit and shiny earrings and attempted to get involved with the England football squad prior to them leaving for their pre-World Cup training camp. The look on Steven Gerrard’s face says it all.
In the latest evolutionary news from the animal world, horses are turning into lock-picking escapees, capable of breaking out of anything and rallying their fellow inmates. Prepare, for the end is neigh!