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|Zero Punctuation - The Conduit|
it's funny, this seems to be the most critical he's been of a game in the past couple of months, and it's probably the game that spent the most time sponsoring ZP videos.
|Ballad of GI Joe|
If Tony Hale isn't cast as Dr. Mindbender in the inevitable GI Joe sequel, I'm cracking skulls.
|Watch 'Head Tilt Pugs' Owners' Pugs Watch Head Tilty Pugs Owners' Pugs on Youtube|
pugegory is the cutest of limbos
|Target Women: Doofy Husbands|
you mean commenting on how we hold women up to unrealistic standards?
|Great Wikipedia Passages - The TGIF Paradox|
somewhere in the distance, Bob Saget's head just exploded
god bless you Pen Ward
if I ever have children, this will be the first thing I will drive into their cognition
|Alex Jones Joker special|
|Henry Rollins vs Techno Viking|
as good as a guitarist will ever be, they'll always be playing someone else's invention.
|I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell Trailer|
i really doubt anyone on poetv thinks that.
I personally thought the book was pretty good bathroom reading, but I thought alot of his appeal was based on just how ultimately small he thinks himself after all the bro posturing and bad sex. alot of "learned" people seem to think that because over-entitled rich boys lead sad, misogynistic lives behind the curve of more progressive literature, that somehow their perspective isn't important anymore (after all, they're barely human!).
i think the Tucker Max book was fascinating, because for all the lame jokes and obvious exaggeration, it brings an actual witness to the Entourage-obfuscated fairy tale of sex-crazed white kids with too much money. it's not like it doesn't have an agenda, but what book can honestly claim that?
ps: this movie seems to contain 0% of that underlying self-awareness, and looks 5-star awful
|Autotune The News #7|
I was skeptical until the very end. Then I felt like an asshole for doubting.
|Han Solo, P.I.|
what an ending
|Shatner reads the Palin resignation speech|
"A great poet needs to leave open the door between the conscious and unconscious; Sarah Palin has removed her door from its hinges. A great poet does not self-censor; Sarah Palin seems authentically innocent of what she is saying. She could be the most natural, visionary poet since William Blake." -Julian Gough
|White People Wedding is What Happens When White People Get Loose|
and that's really all marriages should be - just a set of financial and emotional expenses that keep two people together that openly resent and secretly loathe each other for just a couple years longer
|Simply Sara - Spicy Ginger Chicken Lettuce Wraps|
It's sad, for every culturally important or politically charged video that's posted here - the videos that always seem to inspire the most entertaining comments are the ones about fat people
|Girl Rejects Young Boy's Roses|
if it isn't true already, you haven't been drinking enough
ps: A HA HA HA HA HA HA!
|Chris-chan Denies Killing Billy Mays...AGAIN|
I have absolutely no doubt in my mind he did.
|Kevin Smith's Views on Twilight|
yeah, Mallrats was pretty much campy 90s comedy at the top of its game, and I almost prefer it to Clerks. besides that, yeah, nothing's aged particularly well.
|Maria Bamford Show Ep. 1|
you know all those horrible reviews of really schmaltzy bullshit like Little Miss Sunshine and Sunshine Cleaners and all those other movies with hip, generic titles that suck and star Toni Collette? and how they all have the line "you won't know whether to laugh or cry!"? and how that almost always translates into "you won't know whether to chuckle nervously for your girlfriend's benefit or purse your lips and try to act affected when really you're just bored!"?
it's good to see that pithy, over-used cliche finally apply to something. i have to go freak out now
i'm sorry. this game is awesome, but I really can't risk these nerds getting any sort of commendation for what they've done to it
|Battle Raper 2 Intro|
it feels like both parties involved are doing this for sport. in battle rape, it really about the journey, not the destination.
who says romance is dead?