No, really. And he wasn’t carrying in in a box either. You have to watch this whole thing to believe it!
First, a kindly Angel helps out two aging golfers share the dream of a lifetime, before a Devil makes off with another duffer’s ball.
Wow, why didn’t someone think of this before? Probably because no one wants to watch a bunch of guys on unicycle’s play hockey. The only thing I find really surprising about this video is none of the players is labeled “The Tiger Woods of Unicycle Hockey” or some shit like that.
There are sore losers, and there are sore losers . . . and then there’s this guy. The real question is: is it fake? The guy starts out in a stance to make a run, and when he hits the “TV” is obviously an old projection unit worth maybe $9 on the open market today. Also, the other two people you can see in the shot also appear to be…
Are these really the ten funniest Super Bowl television ads of all time? Watch and decide for yourself.
From our friends at the Conan O’Brien Show: a shameless plug for a segment on their show that plugs a shameless Super Bowl. The Clueless Gamer Big Game Showdown airs Thursday, Jan 29th @ 11/10c on TBS
Gee, I wonder how GoDaddy will EVER recover from all of this negative publicity? Seriously though: how bad is this commercial compared to some of the others we’re likely to see Sunday in the Super Bowl between the New England Cheaters and the Seattle Malcontents? Here’s more on the story from The Daily Mail: GoDaddy pulled the plug on its Super Bowl commercial starring Buddy the golden retriever puppy Tuesday…
Everybody wants to be in the limelight during Super Bowl week. God takes to the podium on Super Bowl XLIX media day to answer questions about his plans to affect the big game.
You know DeflateGate has jumped the shark when . . . Here’s more from the YouTube description: Parody of the Cialis commercials featuring the New England Patriots and their deflated balls. You’re headed to the Super Bowl, but your game still feels a little bit flat. Cialis Inflate-a-Ball helps the Patriots avoid hefty fines and loss of draft picks by giving their balls that extra pump for the big game.