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Funny or Die
Funny Or Die is at it again, this time poking fun at the NFL’s history of off-the-field violence. They managed to make fun of Aaron Hernandez, Ray Lewis, and the NFL all at once while parodying ’80s-esque work training videos.
Maybe you’re not like me, and you don’t have such a soft spot for comedy bits where inanimate objects are treated like real people. If not, then I’m not sure what you’ll think of this Charles Barkley/Funny or Die collaboration. But if you do…
Have to admit: this was well done. I’ve been critical of Lochte in the past, but the noted Olympic gold medalist and aquatic rocket scientist does well in this “Funny or Die” skit, wherein he discusses his attitudes about peeing in the pool.
Everybody hates Kris Humphries, and that hatred stems from his short-lived marriage to Kim Kardashian… i.e., not very much at all, really. Being so widely hated for so little might make some people bitter. Humphries, though, seems to be doing just fine with it.
And, for a welcome change, here’s something enjoyable. Mike Tyson shot a video for Funny or Die wherein he portrays Republican presidential contender Herman Cain…and he’s not half bad. Video after the jump.
What would happen if Gus Johnson was able to provide play-by-play of the most pivotal cultural moments in world history?
Chris Bosh stars in this video done by Funny or Die, as meter maid “Tall Justice.”