If you wanna learn a few choice moves to bust out at you brother's Bar Mitzvah, watch and learn.
Injecting a little of Charlie Sheen's inimitable tiger blood into Darth Vader's vocals was a no brainer.
Whether it's intentional or not is up for debate but I'd like to think that they're doing it on purpose...
There's a dog on the pitch! He think's it's all over! It will be for him when they catch the little sod.
Either it's proof that you can make any old shit sound good or the beauty of math in musical form.
Warning: This clip contains spoilers for the film and a pasty-faced stupid biatch. She's a stupid biatch.
A German study has proven that staring at chest cushion is actually good for you health. Awesome!
From constant feline regurgitation, to a self-harming Mickey mouse, 'weird' is definitely the right word.
A pig faced genie who loves nothing more than parking his lunch. Another embodyment of true WTF.
There's a new sheriff in town and he's bent on total annihilation of anyone who stands in his way!
If you enjoy the soothing sound of the humble kazoo you'll definitely like this video. If not, why not?
Shmoyoho, the guys who regularly autotune the news have released their inevitable Sheen auotune.
This is what the Inception trailer would be like if the film was made by your mom. OM NOM NOM NOM.
Not only is the King having trouble with public speaking but he's also having issues in the bedroom!
Someone re-records the audio for Super Mario Bros. to make the game feel a little more realistic.
Two guys wearing green lycra, acting like total jackasses. It's the best secret weapon money can buy.
If this guy doesn't get a callback then there's something wrong with the casting process. Dude is hueg.
This could be the cutest video we have ever run, so go and get your girlfriend and look sensitive.
Now that he's got the hang of making realisticCGI stuff, all we need is a little rule 34 up in here...
For some reason aliens have landed in a council estate in south London. God help those poor creatures.
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