No man has a good enough memory...
February 28, 2017
to be a successful liar.
If Coffee Commercials Were Honest
Coffee harvester/distributor, Roger Horton, reveals the truth behind everyone's favorite "warm addictive brown stuff" in the latest edition of Cracked's "Honest Ads" series.
If Cell Phone Commercials Were Honest
The latest Cracked's "Honest Ads" series, Roger Horton amusingly reveals the various underhand ways cell phone service providers try to gain your business.
If Video Game Commercials Were Honest
In Cracked's "Honest Ads" series, Roger Horton offers some real talk about the current state of the video game industry.
If Gyms Were Honest
In the latest edition of Cracked's "Honest Ads" series, Roger openly explains why you should join his gym, Horton's Center To Move Around In.
If Burritos Were Like Console Games
What would it be like if buying a burrito was as difficult as buying video games? The world would be a hungry place, that's for sure.
If Disney Was Historically Accurate
Cracked have decided to add some truth to those Disney fairytales, which means the princess gets to sing and dance her way through a track about daughter-wives, baby corpses, the plague, bear torture & other cheery no-go subjects.
Predictions That Were Totally Wrong
You would just hate to be the people behind these quotes who thought they were coming across as intellectually superior, but history has proved otherwise. The losers.
No Sex Please, We’re Japanese
Japan’s population could shrink by a third in 40 years because they’re not having enough bambinos—and who’s to blame? Why, the nerds of course and their virtual girlfriends.
If Company Logos Were Honest
Company logos are where the lie begins, but if they told the truth instead of making them look good, the world would be a much more amusing place.
If Beer Ads Were Honest
Mmmm, delicious, carbonated brain poison — if beer ads were forced to be honest, we'd all be in trouble.
I Knew You Were Trouble - Major Payne
The Taylor Swift I Knew You Were Trouble meme hits dizzy new lows (or highs) as it meets the Damon Wayans' comedy vehicle Major Payne, and it makes for an improvement on both the song and the movie.
What if You Were Born in Space?
One day, hopefully, the first human being will be born in space. But what will they be like? Will the fact that gravity's all weird turn you into some kind of superhuman being? Able to stride across the universe like some kind of Galactus-type cosmic entity?
I Knew You Were Tribbles (When You Dropped In)
If you've been waiting for a Star Trek version of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" that's also a handy recap of the Star Trek episode The Trouble With Tribbles, then you're in luck because this is it.
We’re NASA and We Know It (Mars Curiosity)
After landing that rover on Mars NASA are once again heroes in the public’s eyes, so what better way to celebrate them then by making a rap song. Hopefully Obama will hear this rap and give them loads of money so we can all go and live in space.
If Diablo 3 Were A Girl
If you've never played any of the Diablo games then this probably means nothing to you. If you have then like the rest of us you probably bought yourself a copy on launch day and know exactly what this is like. She's an evil mistress.
Fun. – We’re Not Young
Fun.’s “We Are Young” caught the minds of some people, but those lyrics don’t resonate for the oldies whose years are beyond 30. To fix this singer-songwriters Tommy Fields and Nikki Boyer created this version.
Joe Rogan – We’re On a Rock Flying Through Space
This is funny cos it’s true. Funnyman Joe Rogan points out that us humans don’t really appreciate to the max exactly how incredibly awesome and beautiful and badass and “WHOAH!” the universe is. So time to contemplate the cosmos maaaaan.
Before They Were Famous
OK, it’s time to play spot the barely recognisable celebrity, as this video takes a look at the very early careers of some of Hollywood’s golden eggs. But it’s humbling to know that they all started out somewhere.
We're Having A Party!
Sorority parties, guaranteed to have lots of booze, lots of girls in their underwear and lots of outrageous behaviour. Sounds like great fun, so where the hell is my invite? When I die I hope the afterlife is one long endless sorority party.