A few weeks ago we heard the inspired news that Adult Swim stop-motion animation gurus of 'Robot Chicken' had begun crafting a 'Simpsons' couch gag to air later in the season, and the finished product might just be our favorite couch gag of the year. Donut transformations, exploding Flanders and stop-motion murder await in the 'Simpsons' 'Robot Chicken' couch gag inside!
Thanks, Buzzfeed! Not only can you name all the ways Todd Akin is just like Zach Morris, or whatever, you also managed to take all of the most annoying things about living in NYC and stick them in one video! We are now irrationally angry.
Wow. We've never had this much fun on a treadmill. Granted, we've never actually been on a treadmill because we've got really bad knees and asthma, but still ... this looks like a lot more fun than the elliptical machine too.
It's been a whole day, folks -- isn't it time to add some levity to that time that guy rescued three women who'd been kidnapped and tortured for 10 years? Apparently it is. Here is the "songified" version of Charles Ramsey's interview after he heroically saved three women who'd been held captive in his neighbor's basement
Don't be confused by the fact that this video starts with a lady feeding a bunch of kangaroos -- this IS a video of a lady rocking out on the spoons. The kangaroo intro merely adds to its general amazingness.
Charles Ramsey is a hero after freeing three women who had been kidnapped and held captive by his neighbor for 10 years. The Cleveland, Ohio man has also quickly become a viral video star after giving a series of descriptive interviews about the rescue.
A few months ago, YouTube comedy channel Whatever 2ND struck gold when they filmed a homeless man do a pretty ridiculous trick with his mustache. The video went viral, and today it has over 1.7 million views.
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