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RIP OUT THE JUGULAR: One Guy Brilliantly Animated, Wrote, And Voiced A Cartoon Parody Of ESPN’s 2014 World Cup Coverage
Lalas is a blowhard, Van Nistelroy doesn’t have anything to say, Ballack sounds/acts like Schwarzenegger, Lynsey Hipgrave isn’t exactly charming, and Landon Donovan is sleepy. Yep, that about sums ‘em up.
@Midnight asked the internet to come up with some ridiculous contract demands that LeBron or Carmelo might ask for in their next deal. Ya know, like a Kardashian, or a 500 ft stadium mural of himself overseeing construction of a 600 ft mural of himself, or that Mario Chalmers has to sleep in his locker.
Admittedly, anytime you ask Americans about soccer, there’s some level of bullshit and a great degree of confusion. Jimmy Kimmel did his thing on the streets of Los Angeles, this time asking the morons who actually walk down Hollywood Boulevard what they thought about things like “Landon Donovan’s tricycle kick against Portugal.” We must have missed that…
If you’ve missed the controversial storyline regarding FIFA and its 2014 Brazil World Cup, the former Daily Show correspondent breaks down the shit show in a clear, concise, and humorous segment, complete with “Two Girls, One Cup” analogies.
It’s like a mix between a baseball interview and Napoleon Dynamite. We knew Tex was funny — but we didn’t know he with this funny. Must watch.
Last night was a hallmark moment for NBA puns, what with a team named “The Heat” losing because it was too hot inside the AT&T Center. In the spirit of Game 1, we’ve wittled down the 21 most clever #ElderlyNBA tweets. See if yours made the cut, inside…