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That was entertaining on so many levels.
*applause for Masøn*
If you like the Princess Bride
And heard Inner Tube 205
Then you can tell why
This video caught my eye:
3:37-4:01 of the #askPacko 1 video is one of my favorite portions of a YouTube video ever.
The full comment did have this explanation at the bottom of it:
[Puns inspired by Caleb & Aaron’s “relationship advice from experts” videos.]
That’s where the words with a romantic double-meaning came from, and where the propane reference was from as well.
Contains comedic, cartoon violence…
The first 3:30 of this video is quite interesting in terms of YouTube alogorithm and monetization…
WARNING: DO NOT READ COMMENTS… no matter how scared you get…
I can’t sleep anymore.
The plot twist at the end…
In case you were wondering about the history of the “dab” for some reason or another:
In case you were wondering about the history of “Blimey Cow” for some reason or another:
In case you were wanting to watch cats “race”:
When venturing outside of the F.A.C.E. community online, this is a good reminder:
John Green has recently started a new series, and while I don’t particularly like watching this game, it is actually hilarious— even if the gameplay is dull at times.
How did I not see this yesterday?!?
I watched those videos this afternoon, thought about telling y’all about them, and now I check the Not-Forum to see that I’m a whole day late. Other than the excessive taking of God’s name in vain, I enjoyed the videos very, very much.
Episode three is shorter for several reasons, but was still fun to watch:
I wasn’t sure whether to put this in the Cool Music thread or this one, but since its visuals are more entertaining than the audio, I’ll put it here:
The video you’ve all been waiting for:
For a follow up, here’s a video that you didn’t know that you were waiting for:
Be careful with the healthcare products you use:
Perhaps you’ve heard this classic story before, but probably not told like this:
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