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'Toxic' Future Coronavirus Memes
'Toxic' Future Coronavirus Memes
Twitter is always on top of it when it comes to making a serious matter a laughing matter. Sometimes people feel it is better to laugh about things that you can’t control. There is nothing that most can do about the coronavirus and so little is known best thing to do is just wash your hands and follow the procedures to prevent catching the virus in the first place...
Brawl In The Mall
Brawl In The Mall
When are the fights at Crossgates mall going to end? The last time I was there, I did see an increase of security. So it shocked me that this past weekend I hear of another brawl that took place with these out of hand juvenile delinquents...
No More Sharing
No More Sharing
Oooo Netflix thinks it’s slick. How are you going to raise prices and then tell me that I can’t share my account password so someone can use the services I’m paying for? They have lost their mind, people are already fed up with the rise in cost...
#DONKEYOFTHEDAY
#DONKEYOFTHEDAY
Charlamagne awards Kristine Leahy "Donkey Of The Day" for playing victim in her argument against Lavar Ball. Krisine Leahy went way over the line with her commentary on Lavar Ball. Lavar Ball has been the center of controversy since he announced that his son will sell his own basketball shoes and not do a deal with a major corporation...
Deez Knots !!!!
Deez Knots !!!!
Hey do you rememeber Deez ? Deez Who ? you might ask your self.... Deez Nuts. I know old and corny but the old joke is making a serious comeback in 2015 courtesy of Welven Da Great: Apparently Papa Johns is taking advantage of the viral craze by using the joke for an advertisement...
Kid Rappers Snacking Up Views with ‘Hot Cheetos & Takis’ Viral Video
Kid Rappers Snacking Up Views with ‘Hot Cheetos & Takis’ Viral Video
Kids do the darnest things. For the school-aged rap group Y.N. Rich Kids, they have created a viral hit with their video ‘Hot Cheetos and Takis.’ The song is the collective’s junk-food anthem for their favorite corner-store snack. The clip has garnered over 700,000 views (and counting) on YouTube since its release on Aug...
This YouTube Love Serenade Is Painfully Awkward
This YouTube Love Serenade Is Painfully Awkward
“Everything I do, I do it for you,” sings Bryan Adams in his notoriously sappy smash hit of the same name. YouTube user THASSLEHOFF seconds that emotion, choosing the Robin Hood movie theme to serenade a fair maiden named Emily. THASSLEHOFF preempted the inevitable criticism of his thin, tuneless voice by conceding in the video’s description he “can’t sing very well...