Tag Archive: humor


George Carlin: Confession

Carlin is the best at making’ fun of inconsistencies in religion.

After 50 You Just Stop Caring

After 50 you just stop caring about the little things, and luckily Karen Morgan is 55 and over caring about the little things. Whether it’s having a wet shopping cart at target or taking your children to college, this full Dry Bar Comedy special is sure to keep you laughing from start to finish.

Liza Koshy says, “Exposing y’all like it’s my job. It is. Thanks for letting me publicize your private videos to me. Your talents are impressive, terrifying and painful to try.”

YouTube superstar and former NASA engineer Mark Rober stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to share some pranks that will tear your family apart on April Fools’ Day.

Gav of The Slow Mo Guys films an ultrasonic homogenizer at a ridiculous rate of slo-mo.

Of this episode of Scammer Payback, Peirogi says, “Scammers have been using criminal organizations and money mules in order to launder money from their fraudulent crimes. We will confront these scammers and show you everything.”

Best of Kitboga Baiting Scammers

Kitboga first started baiting scammers halfway through 2017. He is known for his funny voices, extraordinary characters and incredibly smart baiting techniques. Nowadays, he streams his scammer baiting in front of thousands of people on Twitch. Here are some of his best moments.

RuPaul returns to A Late Show to spill all the tea about Season 13 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” on VH1, and gives Stephen the perfect answer when he asks who Mama Ru would pick as his dream celebrity “Drag Race” judge.

Scammer Payback says, “Scammers are becoming more and more irritated when you know their language. I like to translate them in real time and tell them what they are saying.”

Xiaomanyc lived in Beijing for a year and has excellent Mandarin and Cantonese and is also beginning to learn Fuzhounese, a very difficult language to master. “The other day we white guys who speak perfect Chinese went out to NYC’s Chinatown to the nail salon. They were “gossiping” about us (in a loving way!), not realizing we spoke Mandarin, and then we totally shocked them by switching to Chinese! We ended up having a really deep and interesting conversation with them in Mandarin and the rare Chinese dialect of Fuzhounese.”

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