Showing posts with label funny. Show all posts
Showing posts with label funny. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Freddie Mercury Shows Kanye West How His Iconic Song Bohemian Rhapsody Should Be Sung

At the Glastonbury Festival in Somerset, England this weekend, rapper Kanye West performed his own version of Bohemian Rhapsody, the iconic rock anthem by Queen. And in Freddie Mercury fashion, West encouraged the crowd to participate in singing the song. The Glastonbury crowd seemed to have been more than happy to oblige. They can be heard breaking out into a song whenever West pointed the microphone at them.

However, a lot of people wasn't too happy about West's version of the classic song. They point out that West tried to cover up his inability to hit the song's high notes by transferring the mic to the crowd whenever he reaches the high-note portions of the song. A radio station in New York went the extra mile by pitting West's rendition to a live performance by Mercury himself.

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Posted by Q104.3 FM on Monday, June 29, 2015

Monday, June 29, 2015

What If Dragon Ball Characters Are Pinoy Showbiz Personalities?

For millions of Filipinos, a huge part of their years growing up included watching and re-watching on television the animated series Dragon Ball. Childhood memories include running home after school to catch the latest developments in Son Goku's inter-galactic adventures. Or staying awake in lazy Saturday and Sunday afternoons to watch re-runs from the week before. This was during a time when Counter Strike and Clash of Clans were yet to rise as the entertainment of choice for a lot of Pinoy youngsters.

It's now 2015 and surprisingly enough, the Dragon Ball series still remain as popular as ever. It has been reincarnated several times with Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, Dragon Ball Kai, and the latest Dragon Ball Super which is scheduled to start airing this coming July.

Son Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, and the rest of the Dragon Ball gang are embedded in a lot of Filipinos's childhood memories. If you are a fan of the series (then or now), then you are going to appreciate or be amused by the following artworks that attempt to portray popular characters from the series as Pinoy showbiz personalities.

There's Kris Aquino as Freeza. There's Boy Abunda as Majin Boo. There's Coco Martin as Son Goku. There's Piolo Pascual as Piccolo. There's Cheeta-eh as Vegeta. And last but not the least, there's Vilma Santos as Bulma.

The artworks are created by an artist who goes by the name of Don. You can find more of his beautiful and often weird drawings at his Facebook page or on his blog.

Isang madalian. Nakita lang sa daan. Mang bwebwesit lang,tutal Lunes naman. Goku Martin. Ang paborito nyang tinapay ay...
Posted by Guhitkwentokulay on Sunday, February 15, 2015

Matinee idol ng Planet Namek. Ang tropa ni Goku Martin. si Piccolo Pascual. Guko Martin:...
Posted by Guhitkwentokulay on Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Interviewer Asks Chris Pratt If He Was A Dinosaur Kid. Pratt's Response Was Perfect And Funny.

Ah, Chris Pratt. How can anyone not love this guy. He's good-looking. He's down-to-earth. And he's too damn funny. In a recent interview wherein he talked about his movie Jurassic World, he was asked if he loved dinosaurs when he was young. It's a good question. But the interviewer's poor choice in wording the question opened up yet another portal for Pratt to sweep in with his humor.

Interviewer: Were you a dinosaur kid?
Pratt: I was a human kid. Which is different from a dinosaur kid. But as a human kid, I was interested in dinosaurs.

Classic Pratt. Jurassic World is now showing in theaters near you. In it, Pratt plays a dinosaur trainer named Owen Grady. Go watch it now!

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Young Man In India Flips A Monkey. The Monkey Dropkicks Him With A Flying Double Kick

If you are a human, you should never underestimate what a monkey is capable of. Just because it's not a gorilla or it's much smaller than you doesn't mean it can't kick your butt. Yes, they can. Just ask the young man from the city of Shimla in northern India who got dropkicked by a small monkey.

The man and a friend of his were casually walking down a street lined with shops in the capital city when they came across a smallish monkey guarding one of the street stalls. It's unclear as to why but the man decided to give the monkey the finger. A few seconds later, he was on the ground after being dropkicked by the monkey via a flying double kick. We heard the monkey's name is Karma. Either that or it has watched too many Chuck Norris movies.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Girl with a Funny Talent: Filipino-Australian

A YouTube video titled "Girl with a funny talent. [original video]" is taking the internet by storm. Uploaded by someone with the username theinternetisaweird on December 29, 2011, the video has 23,533,052 views as of this writing.
The video shows a girl moving her eyebrows to the tune of the song Don't Stop The Rock by Freestyle. This isn't the first time we've seen this kind of talent before. A few years ago, a Cadbury advertisement showed two kids doing the same thing to the tune of the same music.

Here's the girl with the funny talent:

And here's the Cadbury advert:

Based on popularity and number of views, the girl from Down Under's video has surpassed the original one.