Zach Galifianakis got some 3rd degree burns that need medical attention. It’s a deep, deep burn when Barack Obama dishes out the zingers. Check out the latest installment of ‘Between Two Ferns’ with Barack Obama.
The Hammerhead crew are tackling a serious issue which threatens the careers of athletes all over the world – dandruff. Not only does dandruff cause athletes to loose endorsement deals, it adds weight. Those extra grams could make or break your Olympic dreams.
Poker can be a harsh mistress. Many will know of the powers possessed by the dreaded river card, that can either make or break your hand. Let this be a warning to poker players – when you are drunk don’t gamble away your name.
Sure, freelancing sounds like the good life to those keeping a steady job, but despite being able to sleep as late as you want and being able to drink at your “workplace” (i.e. anywhere there is free WiFi), the life of a freelancer is kind of depressing at times.
Ever since Marty McFly defied gravity in the 1989 sci-fi comedy ‘Back to the Future Part II,’ we have kept the dream alive of someone inventing the hoverboard. When HUVrTech released their online campaign claiming that they have tamed gravity, we knew it was too good to be true.
Rob Ford has been the butt of many Jimmy Kimmel jokes over the past year. But the Toronto mayor, known for his struggles with drug and alcohol abuse, still grabbed the opportunity to be a guest on Kimmel’s show. Kimmel dedicated three segments of his show to making fun of the disgraced mayor.
Oh no you didn’t! No one cheats on Timeshia Brown without her getting payback. This classified ad appeared in a newspaper in Texas, which contents suggest it’s an act of revenge by a scorned wife.
Need your DVD delivered to you no matter where you are, even if you are busy using the loo? To meet DVD rental lovers’ exorbitant demands, Netflix has the solution – Drone 2 Home. This satirical video takes a jab at Amazon’s planned drone delivery service.
All it takes for your dirty mind to ruin a children’s movie is by adding a couple of bleeps and pixelated censoring. Unnecessary censorship turns ‘Finding Nemo’ into an R-rated movie. Just watch and let your filthy imagination do the rest.
Everyone knows you don’t abduct Liam Neeson’s daughter. He has a very particular set of skills; skills he has acquired over a very long career. The characters he portrays on film may have the abilities to fight international terrorist on their lonesome, but in real life he has the ability to threaten the crap out of you.
Never has a shadow been so hilarious and ill placed. During a press conference in Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu inadvertently may have created a moment of comedy magic.
This is when you shout at your local supermarket for never giving you what you never knew you wanted, but always craved. Here it is – a geriatric singing a double-entendre-filled German minimal electric dance song, while sitting in a bath tub eating cereal.
Look, it’s the day’s almost over. This animated compression of Pulp Fiction in 60 seconds will delight and titillate you.
The ‘I got a girl pregnant’ prank is a tried and tested classic. It ranks right up there with Glad Wrapping a toilet seat. Watch as 16-year-old, Emmanuel Kellam, tells his ‘African Dad’ he got a 14-year-old girl pregnant. Hilarity ensues.
Jimmy Fallon and Will Smith have taken upon themselves the noble duty of cataloging the history of hip-hop dance moves, in their own “Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing” video.
When it comes to football there’s a saying that goes, “a good defence is the best offence.” Wait, no. It’s the other way around. This tackler clearly didn’t get the memo.
If you caught Brendan Jack’s Dove parody ad, you’ll be tickled pink to know that it was the first in a series of sketch videos produced by Hammerhead TV, comprised of Brendan, Bevan Cullinan, Garth Breytenbach, Chris Forrest, Graham Smith and Brad Devine. And there’s more where that Dove video came from. Check out their […]
Would you rather walk around with Os du Randt on your back for a week or make out with Naas Botha for 10 seconds? Anne Hirsch caught up with Bobby Skinstad at the Cape Town Tens rugby tournament, to ask this vital question.
Residents of Los Feliz, a quiet neighbourhood in LA, must have been wondering why there were large queues outside a strip mall over the weekend. People stood in line for hours just to get their hands on a coffee from Dumb Starbucks.
The brains trust behind the Sochi Winter Olympics knew it was missing something. A headlining act to get the young kids to watch. But what to do? Make awkward old Russian policemen sing a Daft Punk track, of course.
Derick Watts and the Sunday Blues Band are kicking ass and taking names again with this excellent Walter White Facebook Look Back video, which has gained almost a million views in just a few days. Why have they been ignored by SA media? Naughty, SA media. Naughty.
Professional Job Application writer and satirist, Jamie Jones penned a slightly absurd job application letter to Cadbury’s in the UK, last year, The deadpan response he received is one of the most beautiful things you’ll ever read.
The 12-year-old that goes by the nom de plume ‘Cem’ has decided to take part in the old philosophical debate – ‘How to understand women’. As few a bestselling author can, Cem has boiled down his take on women in his short guide.
People seeing this sign during an ANC protest march yesterday in Cape Town, must have been struggling to keep a straight face. They misspelled areas as “arears” on their banner. That they still kept marching with it held aloft, shows signs of a failed education system.
The 80s phoned and they want Instagram back. If you could please save all of your pictures on a couple of floppy disks or cassettes and mail them back to the 80s – that would be great. The YouTube series “Wonders of the World Wide Web” re-imagines what Instagram would have looked like back in the day.
The second video of the South African sketch comedy group is out. In the last one they made a Dove parody ad for men. Check out their latest one featuring online dating, trousers snakes and baguettes.
Jackson Blight is a real crybaby when it comes to A Great Big World’s song ‘Say Something’ featuring Christina Aguilera, but we can let it slide seeing that he’s only four years-old.
A prankster named Tyler pretended to be an employee at four different Apple stores in New York. Not only did he convince customers to wait for the up-and-coming iPhone 5Q and 5ZZ models, he also advised patrons that they ought to thank Apple for creating Polio and Syphilis.
Are you lonely? Don’t fear. You will never be alone again. Barry, your friend from the NSA, will always be there for you – forever… If you’re feeling lonely, just look over at your cellphone, computer, the crawl space in your attic or even inside of you… Barry is there for you in your time of need. Smile, because the NSA knows when you’re not.
The original headline read, “This Is How White People Pronounce Mamphela Ramphele,” but we figured we’d upset some of you judging by the feelings caught from a teeny-weeny joke at Fred De Klerk’s expense we cracked recently. In any event, this actually is how white people – and some black people – pronounce Mamphela Ramphele. […]