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We Love Wins of 2012 (Compilation)
This acts as a handy little catch up service for those of you slacking off on your slacking off and failing to waste enough of your precious time watching silly videos on the internet. So look at it as homework. WIN-WIN all round.
Hilarious Street Fighter Red Tape
"Ken is more than a blonde, headband-less, red Ryu...right?"—that's the question posed by Pete Holmes as he interrogates Ken from SF2 to find out exactly what makes him different from the far cooler Ryu.
Do you wake up every morning strugling with a good excuse not to go into the workplace? Sure, your work probably sucks, but count yourself very lucky. Whatever it is you do for a living, there's no way it's as bad as any of these. Tragic.
If that's the Happy Meal, I think a lot of kids are going to learn some weird life
If that's the Happy Meal, I think a lot of kids are going to learn some weird life-lessons
Just sit there for a minute girls and i'll turn this up really loud, no no no dont worry about your ear drums they'll be fine, trust me. It's what chicks expect when you press the 'Mega Bass' button - OMG !
"#Hashtag" - Fallon & Timberlake
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake show us just what a complete douches we would all sound if we used hashtag in real life like we use it on the internets — turns out it's even more annoying IRL than it is on social media sites. #lol
Loosely adapted from Alan Clarke’s 1989 classic TV film, Nick Love’s film is set earlier in the 80’s and retells a similar story to the original – but from a different character’s point of view. The film centres on Dom, a young wannabe football casual, who gets drawn into the charismatic but dangerous world of the firm’s top boy, Bex.