This simple documentary consists mainly of interviews. It feels like a Christopher Guest mockumentary (ala. “Spinal Tap”), but it’s not.
Interviewer: Why do alien abductions happen?
Conventioner:You know, what we’ve found with UFO abductions is the fact that, uh, we feel they’re procreating in other realities…
Well, there you have it. The lulz are strong with this one.
PORTAL: by Smooth Few Films
“If a turret whines about his job, and nobody is around to hear it, does it make a sound? You bet it does. “A Day in the Life of a Turret” looks at the lives of two turrets at the Aperture Science Enrichment Center- and the monoty within.”
It all began on May 3, 2009, when Jack uploaded a video of his brother Stephen performing “The Greatest Freak Out Ever” on YouTube.com. Since then, the video topped over twenty million views.
Following the first video upload, Jack continues to record footage of his brother Stephen freaking out. Since May 3, 2009, nine more videos have been uploaded to wafflepwn’s channel on YouTube.com, accumulating millions more views, which brings the total amount of views to over 55 million.
It is often speculated that Stephen’s tantrums recorded by his brother Jack are fabricated. Viewers to this day still wonder if the videos are real or not. Jack proclaims that the videos are real, and that everything Stephen does in the videos are his real actions. – from wafflepwn.com, an unofficial fan site
You can check out the entire series on wafflepwn’s YouTube channel.
A twenty-year-old series of outtakes from a Winnebago sales video featuring profane outbursts from the salesperson, Jack Rebney. Originally intended as an inside joke, the video spread across the globe first on VHS tape then via YouTube and other online video sites, earning the salesman the title of “The Angriest Man in the World”. – Wikipedia
This is an angry, angry, internet comic that your dumb and/or neo-conservative friends won’t like. It was started by David Rees in the wake of the 9-11 attacks; he ended the strip in 2009.
“GYWO” provides a commentary on America’s government and society that is intelligent, well-informed, cynical, and expletive-laden. The strip has since been collected in book form, a portion of the proceeds from which go to support landmine-removal teams in Afghanistan.
“May 14, 2010 — Conan curates for YouTube’s fifth birthday. Here, he introduces the clips that make him laugh.”
Sometimes when I’m home alone, drunk, on a weeknight, and I’ve slept maybe nine hours in the last few days, I go to /b/. I am rarely disappointed.