Friday, May 28, 2010

'Funny Chatroulette Piano Improvisation' Video

Funny Site of the Day -- "Meet the Randy Newman of Chatroulette. He just plays his piano, singing about what he sees." His name is Merton and here's a montage of music winged with strangers.

Watch: "Funny Chatroulette Piano Improvisation" via - Viewer Discretion Advised

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Cuteness Pet Community

Funny Site of the Day -- In my notes, I had this place listed as Cute as Hell, but it turns out I was transported to That's a more accurate discription for what goes on here. I've seen the brochure for Hell and it ain't this cute.

Cuteness is a pet community inviting readers to share stories and photographs of their cutiepoo critters, plus tussle in Cutewars and lounge at the Dogpark. I go for the pictures and, if I'm a good boy -- Good Boy! -- a walk.

Visit: Cuteness Pet Community

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Beyonce Music Video Parody: 'Wrinkled Ladies'

Funny Site of the Day -- Seen on YouTube: "Anita Renfroe feels that Beyonce may have left out a category of women who need some recognition and sends out this parody to women of a certain age who aren't afraid to shake it like a Polaroid pick-cha."

Watch: "Wrinkled Ladies" via YouTube

Tuesday, May 25, 2010


Funny Site of the Day -- We might be splitting hairs, not sure if CODEORGAN is funny, but it certainly is fun. Type in the URL of any Website and listen to the source code of the "body" content -- that's all of the technical gibberish written behind the scenes -- magically transformed into music. Each page is different.

Here's Listen and toe tap!

Make Your Own Music: CODEORGAN

Monday, May 24, 2010

Sh*t My Dad Says

Funny Site of the Day -- Twitter writer Justin says "I'm 29. I live with my 74-year-old dad. He is awesome. I just write down sh*t that he says."

Yep, and it is, as his dad might say, accompanied by a string of expletives, a doozy. Hold on to something because these quotations are explicit -- and so popular there's a book in print and a TV comedy series in the works.

A Twitter membership is not necessary to see this sh*t.

Read: Sh*t My Dad Says

Friday, May 21, 2010


Funny Site of the Day -- The kits just keep on coming.

Kitties, that is. Keep clicking your screen for more Meowmania!

Cats: Meowmania
via Neatorama

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Charles M. Schulz Museum

Funny Site of the Day -- I've been tracking the Charles M. Schulz Museum on Facebook for awhile. It's a joy to receive frequent posts of the organization's "Peanuts" activities and exhibitions in Santa Rosa, CA, but there are numerous trivia, memorabilia, and news items shared on related topics. The big kick is the ongoing stream of selected comic strips from 50 years of "Peanuts," keeping the gang alive and providing Snoopy with many more suppertimes.

A Facebook account is not necessary to access, read, and enjoy.

Visit: Charles M. Schulz Museum

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Funny Site of the Day -- This is not your writer's "Cracked" (and I'm not your grandfather, by the way). Decades ago, the newstand monthly was a pale copycat of "MAD" magazine, the humor publication geared to adolescents.

Today, has grown-up just a bit to include much more sexual and profane material. Think of it as college humor and dive-in to a big resource of online comedy. Articles, Videos, Columnists, a Forum, and -- golly! -- Craptions are the order of the day.

See: - America's Only Humor & Video Site Since 1958

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Adam West

Funny Site of the Day -- Television's Batman of the 1960s has become almost as iconic being himself, Adam West, during the intervening 45 years. Pegged with the pesky Caped Crusader typecasting, the actor pushed forward and crafted an amusing public persona featuring tongue-in-cheek humor, epitomized by his regular appearances on "Family Guy" in the role of Mayor Adam West.

At the official West site, see vintage photographs of his career and news of activities. The big fun is the collection of online videos featuring comic appearances on such programs as "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" and "Lookwell." Plus, there's the "Batman Garage Sale!"

Visit: Adam West

Monday, May 17, 2010

Derrick Comedy: 'Gink'

Funny Site of the Day -- Derrick Comedy introduces details of the new social network, Gink, in this video. Be the first on your Blorkiffability level to amass Goints and Quimbles. I sure Blinxxed.

So, wha'd'ya spink?

View: Derrick Comedy: "Gink" via CollegeHumor (explicit language)

Friday, May 14, 2010

'Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld'

Funny Site of the Day -- My first reaction to TV's "Red Eye," having clicked into it late, late, early, early one morning was, "What the--? How in the world did this show get on the air?"

Soon, I was hooked and finding reasons to stay out of bed until three o'clock rolled around for the nightly panel of celebrities and pundits, party chatting on current events and pop culture. All involved are commissioned with the solitary task of making each other laugh. Voices from across the political spectrum join host Greg Gutfeld for outrageous stories, audacious insults, sexual innuendo goodness, and improbably precious animal footage.

The Bible of Unspeakable TruthsSurprising cable outlet, the Fox News Channel, presents the program. A multitude of video highlights clips are posted and updated regularly at the official online home, or you may skip over to Hulu to view complete recent episodes.

If you can't lurk in the dark until near dawn to catch the series over the air, set your DVR to record the infectious festivities. They hold up well to lunch, part of my daily nutrition.

Watch: "Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld" @

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Shaun the Sheep

Funny Site of the Day -- Aardman Animations, the excellent stop-motion cartoon makers and business partners of superstars Wallace and Gromit, has another fine, lighthearted series underway for television. Meet Shaun and his homies, invites Aardman:

Shaun is a sheep who doesn’t follow the flock – in fact, he leads them into all sort of scrapes and scraps, turning peace in the valley into mayhem in the meadow. Shaun and his pals run rings around their poor sheepdog Bitzer, as he tries to stop the Farmer finding out what’s going on behind his back. The show also introduces a farmyard-full of new characters, including the Naughty Pigs, Timmy the baby lamb and the enormous Shirley, a sheep who eats anything and everything.

At the official Shaun the Sheep site, there's sheer fun found in the numerous video clips. Grab some goodies like email cards and desktop wallpapers. Plus, there is a farm full of related games and activities, including Home Sheep Home, Hide 'N Sheep, Woolly Jumper, Shaun Sudoku, Yogurt Mayhem, Spot the Difference, and Shaun's Bleat Box.

See: Shaun the Sheep

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Steve Martin in 'The Absent-Minded Waiter'

Funny Site of the Day -- In 1977, during the phenomenal popularity of the stand-up comedy by Steve Martin, the performer took time from his gushing stardom to write and headline in this 7-minute short subject about a totally mental food server. The project received little distribution from Paramount Pictures, but it eventually became Steve's secret weapon concert warm-up, shown before he took the stage.

Prominent actors Buck Henry and Teri Garr add comic heft as the bumbler's diners.

I know you "are expecting a professional waiter. So, here we go...."

"The Absent-Minded Waiter" via YouTube

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Cake Wrecks

Funny Site of the Day -- "When Professional Cakes Go Horribly, Hilariously Wrong: A cake wreck is any cake that is unintentionally sad, silly, creepy, inappropriate..."

This funny pictures gallery is a yummy, featuring delectable bad taste and nuttiness, categorized by Celebrity Cakes, Creative Grammar, Beyond Bizarre, Creepy Cakes, Do You See What I See, Ewww, Groom's Cakes, Guess What, Handwriting Horrors, Mithspellings, Oh Poop, Oh-So-Ugly, Oopsie, Spaced Out, Sunday Sweets, Wedding Cakes, Wreckwear, and others.

Bite: Cake Wrecks

Monday, May 10, 2010

Hipster Puppies

Funny Site of the Day -- These dogs are cool cats.

But only in the sense of ultra hipness, not in the case of fluffy felines. I meant no harm.

See daily photographs added to the gallery of swingin' canines wearing sunglasses, riding skateboards, sporting caps, and caught in the act of all things happ'nin'.

View: Hipster Puppies

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Betty White on 'Saturday Night Live': Every Single Sketch

Update: Full "Saturday Night Live" Episode with Betty White Episode (minus musical guest) via

Funny Site of the Day -- My recollection is Betty White was my earliest TV sweetie. I'm talking age 4 or 5, me, not Betty.

Her wildly popular resurgence of the moment is a particular delight. I'm talking age 88 1/2, Betty, not me.

Her long awaited debut on "Saturday Night Live" has finally occurred. I'm talking 35 years, "SNL," not Betty, not me.

Mashable, The Social Media Guide, has done us all a fine service by tracking down video clips and extras related to her episode.
"NBC and Hulu have both posted videos from the various sketches that ran during the show, plus some backstage peeks, promos, and web-exclusive sketches from the dress rehearsal. We’ve gathered all the videos we could find and brought them into one place for you to enjoy.

The episode was hosted by White, but it also played host to numerous female luminaries from "Saturday Night Live’s" past, including Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch, Amy Poehler, and more. You’ll see them reprise classic roles in several of the videos below. Note that these NBC and Hulu-hosted videos are only viewable in the United States."
Watch while you can because the video clips may be available for a limited time only.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

'A Small Announcement - as Told Through Science Fiction'

Funny Site of the Day -- When it rains, it pours. We've featured several "Star Wars" items this week, so how about one more before moving along?

Found on YouTube:

Jennifer and Jeff have something they wanted to share with everyone ... and because analogies make things easier and Jeff is an admitted Star Wars dork ... we thought this might be appropriate ... Thanks!

Psssst ... There's going to be a "Star Wars" baby or two!

"A Small Announcement - as Told Through Science Fiction" via YouTube

Friday, May 7, 2010

No Pants Day!

Funny Site of the Day -- The first Friday in May is always No Pants Day. How time flies when you don't have a fly.

#1 Frequently Asked Question:

"What in the world is No Pants Day?
No Pants Day is a day where everyone, be they students, respectable businessmen, or cherished community leaders, leave their pants behind. Usually this means wearing thick, appropriately modest boxer shorts, but bloomers, slips, briefs, and boxer-briefs all work as well."

More details on this hallowed event -- say, is there a draft in here? Oh, my bad. I'm not wearing pants. So, what else is new? -- Anyway, there are more details on this updrafting event at the official Website, plus photos of actual people without actual pants.

Celebrate: No Pant's Day
Mike's 2010 Photos: It's No Pants Day!
More No: No Pants Day @ Wikipedia

Thursday, May 6, 2010

"The Fastest and Funniest LEGO 'Star Wars' Story Ever Told"

Funny Site of the Day -- Most people would probably agree the original "Star Wars" trilogy is an amazing spectacle, but most of them probably haven't seen the same tale told in two minutes and LEGOs!

Watch and listen to some blockhead kid "with one heck of a LEGO collection."

That's incredible!

"The Fastest and Funniest LEGO 'Star Wars' Story Ever Told" via YouTube

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

JibJab: 'Star Wars' Starring You!

Funny Site of the Day -- "May the 4th be with you" is so yesterday. Let's move forward, people, it's May the 5th.

And what could be cooler than appearing front and center in remakes of "Star Wars" movies. Thanks to the animated JibJab masters, you can see the finished results in a few minutes from now. You and your friends will be the heroes of "The Empire Strikes Back," free.

As they say in outer space, "Golly."

"A New Hope" and "Return of the Jedi," starring you, require a paid JibJab membership.

Action!: "Star Wars" Starring You! Powered by JibJab

See: Mike's "The Empire Strikes Back" via his blog

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

There, I Fixed It

Funny Site of the Day -- Some days, these funny sites we feature come from surprising places. There, I Fixed It was referenced during Jay Leno's "Headlines" segment on TV's "The Tonight Show." So, it seemed reasonable to check out the pages for more photo evidence of "epic kludges and jury rigs."

Wacky workarounds are displayed in the ongoing galleries of do-it-yourself topics, including unsafe, tax dollars at work, tied together, bathroom, bad idea, electrical hazard, Frankenstein, and the ever-popular: duct tape.

Gawk: There, I Fixed It

Monday, May 3, 2010

'Cupcake Cannon'

Funny Site of the Day -- Here's a bunch of highly technical and confusing data concerning the making of this video, found on YouTube:

"The Johnny Cupcakes Suitcase Tour stop at Kamp Grizzly was epic. Johnny brought a great crowd, his limited edition tour gear and the inspiration for Kamp's Cupcake Cannon. Portland's Kamp Grizzly developed a steam-punk style pneumatic cupcake cannon and set the stage for eating frosty delights at 120psi. The blasting buffet was documented in at 700fps coming off the Phantom HD Gold. As the evening shook down, cupcake enthusiasts continued to step in front of the cannon and camera. Some shaking in their boots, others perched in zen-like states, ALL were covered in delicious frosting, spongy cake, and showered in a mist of sprinkles."

Johnny Cupcakes?

"Cupcake Cannon" via YouTube

via PetaPixel, thanks to Sheryl O'Connell

Sunday, May 2, 2010

'Seinfeld' Horror Trailer

Funny Site of the Day -- We didn't start out to have a "Seinfeld" weekend, but the bits just keep on coming, as seen in this frightful spoof of the modern horror film genre, mashed-up with reedited footage from a certain sitcom.

No one is safe while a serial Kramer is on the loose.

"'Seinfeld' Horror Trailer" via YouTube

via, thanks to Frank Thompson

Saturday, May 1, 2010

'Seinfeld' Movie Trailer: 'George'

Funny Site of the Day -- Here's one of those TV sitcom coincidences occurring in real life. I featured "Daily Seinfeld" less than 24 hours ago and now this new "Seinfeld" movie trailer has splashed itself across my monitor.

And it's just not right. Comic schlub George Costanza's life has been recut into a fuzzy, Hollywood drama.

--*Gasp!* "George" might even be a chick flick!

Add schmaltzy music to cleverly reedited "Seinfeld" footage with Jason Alexander and Heidi Swedberg as Susan, and you have an emo weepfest.

Add a red nose and it might even be "Patch Adams 2!"

Nahhh, but we can scream, cant we?

"'Seinfeld' Trailer: 'George' RE-CUT" via YouTube