Aziz Ansari presented his own line of saris on last night’s Conan. The traditional Indian clothing now comes with giant Aziz Ansari’s face slapped all over it and it’s the best celebrity-themed sari on the market. For obvious reasons:
Film producer Jordan Halland decided to switch it up a little and propose to his girlfriend Summer in three parts after she found out that he was about to pop the question.
A month ago, a video from the Swedish group ‘Tumba Ping Pong’ went viral. Everybody knew that no one could paddle knives life that, but Youtuber Captain Disillusion took it upon himself to explain exactly how they faked that trick:
A student managed to prank college freshmen into thinking he is their chemistry professor. The prankster, Patrick of the Chamber Boys, simply walked into Chemistry 131 lecture hall at the University of Rochester and started acting the part. The students were pretty much fooled by his antics until the real professor, Dr. Benjamin Hafensteiner, showed up at the class.
German film students made a controversial commercial for Mercedes-Benz that has gone viral. The ad is about the car’s Collision-Prevention-Assist system that ‘detects dangers before they happen’ and is set in Adolf Hitler’s home-village. Mercedes-Benz officials made it very clear they had nothing to do with the advert.
Learn how to play a piano without actually knowing how to play a piano with this instructional video from comedian Sam Tucker.
During their report on the Asiana Airlines crash, anchor Tori Campbell announced that KTVU has just learned the names of the four pilots who were in charge of that flight. Those names were: ‘Captain Sum Ting Wong’, ‘Wi Tu Lo’, ‘Ho Lee Fuk’ and ‘Bang Ding Ow.’ YIKES!
Fake Ryan Gosling pranks some unsuspecting fans in Detroit. It helps that the real Ryan Gosling is currently filming in the city…
SNL presents ‘Aw Nuts! Mom’s a Ghost’, a new Disney Channel show about a mom who became a Korean water ghost. You know, like the one from The Ring.
SNL celebrates Mother’s Day with a spoof commercial for 1-800-Flowers, the world’s leading florist and gift shop.