For all those other things that make us laugh that don't fit anywhere else.
- Benedict Cumberbatch
- Billy Coore
- Blogger Beware
- Conan O'Brien
- David Letterman
- Dino Attack RPG
- Doubt Academy
- Ever After High
- Formula One
- Hugh Jackman
- John Kricfalusi
- John Rogers
- Katharine Hepburn
- Leonard Nimoy
- Martin Freeman
- Maurice Lamarche
- Monster High
- Morgan Freeman
- Norse Mythology
- Olympic Games
- Pokémon Vietnamese Crystal
- Ravages Of Time
- Roulette Rampage
- Russell Brand
- Seth MacFarlane
- Steve Blum
- Trey Parker and Matt Stone
- Universal Studios
- We Are All Pokémon Trainers
- Wikizilla Roleplay
- The World Cup
- CJ Collins (who owns the account lolfilmworks in YouTube) makes a GOOD Kefka, as you can see in these videos.
- Kefka and Harley Quinn terrorise an anime convention.
Kefka: Well Poke-freaks, have you caught yourself a life yet with those balls?
Pokémon Trainer 1: Alright, that's it!
Pokemon Trainer 2: Kefka, we challenge you to a Pokémon match!
Pokemon Trainer 2: Piplup, I choose you! (tosses Piplup plushie to the floor)
Kefka: Ifrit! I CHOOSE YOU!
(Ifrit cosplayer comes in and stomps the Piplup plushie while the Trainers cower)
Kefka: HOW DO YOU LIKE ME NOW!?!? WHO'S THE MOST EVIL!?? HIGH FIVE, BIG GUY! HAHAHA!
- Sasuke is so emo
Chouji: (picking up a notebook) Hey, what do we got here?
Sasuke: Hey! Those are my inner thoughts! (gets restrained by Kakashi)
Chouji: It's his poetry journal! Let's see what we got here. Let's see... (starts reading) "My blood should be red, but it's black / My tear should be clear, but it's red / The sky is black / The ground is gray / A crow cries out my name...Sasuke" (gawking) Dude... you write this crap?
(Chouji slaps Sasuke with his poetry journal)
Sasuke: Look...you guys can't understand me! You don't know what it's like; my older brother killed everyone in my village. Because of that, every day I suffer an inner pain that I can only express through poetry.
Kisame: ...you're a pansy!
Kakashi: Are you telling me Itachi is one of those wiener emo kids, too?
Sasuke: Dude, Itachi is way more emo than I will ever be; he's got thicker glasses, he turns his poetry into music on the guitar, and he paints his nails. I wish I were as emo as him. (Kakashi, Chouji and Kisame laugh) You know what, I wish I were dead, too!
Chouji: Yeah, Sasuke, we all wish you were dead!
Kakashi: Hey, remember your training—down the tracks, not across them.
Sasuke: You know what, I'm gonna write a song about this! And when I sell out and make millions of dollars, you'll all wish you were nicer to me! [Exit]
Chouji: You know, the sad thing is, he is gonna get famous for that whiny crap. Hey, Sasuke! Come back here! I'm not done harassing you yet! I gotta still stick your head in the toilet! [Exit]
- Several conventions (AnimeNext at the least) have an "anime dating game" for which this, in the form of wacky Crossover Ship, is the entire purpose.
Vanille: So, bachelors, how do you feel about dating... older women? Like, really older? As in... hundreds of years older?Hohenheim: *grins, laughs indulgently, puts legs up on the table in front of him*
- Demyx Time
- A pair of stormtroopers playing Dance Central 3. That is all.
- The Olympic Games have their own page.
- Figure skater Evgeni Plushenko and his Sex Bomb in a 2001 exhibition show.
- Plushenko exhibition Asissay, a one-man pairs routine. The dress looks pretty good on him.
- Bruce Springsteen sliding into the camera crotch-first during the Super Bowl XLIII halftime show.
- Any of Novak Djokovic's pre or post match impersonations. Especially the ones of Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova.
- In baseball, any time a ball bounces off a player's head and goes over the fence for a home run, most famously happening to Jose Canseco.
- Randy "The Big Unit" Johnson gets a disproportionate number of these. To wit:
- The infamous "Bird Beanball incident"◊ (not because a bird died, but because it chose the absolute worst time to fly into the field, resulting in a one-in-a-billion moment).
- The 1994 MLB All-Star Game. Johnson nearly decapitates John Kruk with a pitch that's way inside, way high and way over Kruk's head. Kruk acts like he's about to have a massive heart attack, and spends the rest of his at-bat feigning absolute terror and is "almost at the on-deck circle" he's so far back in the batter's box.
- In the All-Star Game in 1998, Larry Walker had to face Randy Johnson again after he had done so once in interleague play, where Johnson famously threw wildly out of the strike zone and Walker fanned himself afterward. When they both face each other, it happens again. Walker then turns around his batting helmet, grabs the other end of the bat, and switches hands. He eventually walked, at which point even the announcers were cracking up.
- Colts vs. Texans, 2008 Texans home opener. Texans are beasting, up 27-10 with less than five minutes to go. Colts score a touchdown to make it 27-17, but the Texans recover the onside kick and need just one first down to ice it. Texans back-up quarterback Sage Rosenfels, starting in place of Matt Schaub (who was suffering from some kind of illness) attempts to get this first down by vaulting himself into the air, getting himself knocked silly and flipped 360 degrees in the air, fumbling the ball to Colts defender Gary Brackett, who takes the ball back for a touchdown, making it 27-24. On the next Texans drive, Rosenfels fumbles, and the Colts are able to score another touchdown, making it 31-27. Rosenfels then throws an interception to seal the game for the Colts. After spending 55 minutes creating a quarterback controversy in Houston, it only took Sage Rosenfels five minutes to perhaps jeopardize his career.
- Any time in soccer that the ball goes through the goalkeeper's legs.
- Anything pertaining to Chicago White Sox left fielder Manny Ramirez. A personal favorite moment is the time that Manny acted as the cutoff man for a throw from centerfielder Johnny Damon in 2004. There was also the time he was in the dugout randomly petting teammate Julian Tavarez in 2007. But there's too many to list here about Manny.
- Somewhat related to Manny Ramirez but not quite. In 2004 or so, Manny had robbed New York Yankees utility infielder Miguel Cairo of a homerun. Cairo had already circled the bases and was in the dugout and had no idea that he was out until someone in the dugout pointed it out to him. The look on Cairo's face as he realized he was out was priceless
- Jonathan Papelbon's Irish Jig after the Red Sox clinched the AL East...actually that whole celebration is made of hilarity. That was just the crowning moment.
- The time a car tire was THIS close to win a race
- A football player trips over his own feet and bites the dust. Without missing a beat the announcer says "Claude Raines on tackle."
- Chess example: At the closing dinner after the 1960 Chess Olympics in Leipzig (East Germany), 17-year-old Bobby Fischer, already considered the West's best hope for a non-Soviet World Champion, told then World Champion, Mikhail Tal, that he could read palms. Tal offered him his hand, Fischer examined it and said solemnly: "I see that in the near future you will lose the title of world champion to a young American grandmasterâ! Tal promptly turned to American Grandmaster William Lombardy and, shaking his hand, said, "Bravo, Billy! So it's you who are destined to succeed me!"
- In NASCAR, you can typically rely on Kenny Schrader to have a good sense of humor. Here's how he attributed a 4th place run in the 1998 Daytona 500 despite a broken sternum.
- A tasty compilation of funny moments from various sports. Depending on how you look at it, #3 is either a "Funny Aneurysm" Moment or Hilarious in Hindsight.
- Chris Kamara of Soccer Saturday is a walking Crowning Moment of Funny, but this recent incident in which he doesn't notice a player getting a red card is his best yet.
- This intro for Alaska Nanooks hockey.
- Robert Green vs USA in the 2010 FIFA World Cup. After England went 1-0 up, Green fumbled a save to allow USA to equalize. It finished 1-1.
- After the Euro 2004 final, German captain Bastian Schweinsteiger received a literal Humiliation Conga!
- A Liverpool fan threw a beach ball onto the pitch during his team's match vs Sunderland. Seconds later, the Beach Ball scored the only goal of the game for Sunderland!
- What happens when you get a brilliant pairing of thoroughbred names racing down to the wire? "Mywifeknowseverything! Thewifedoesntknow!"
- However, nothing compares to "Hoof Hearted!".
- This interview by Dustin Pedroia. Not only was it funny, but quite prophetic.
- June 19, 2010: The vuvuzela has become a Memetic Mutation due to The World Cup which began a few days prior, for obvious reasons. So what do the Florida Marlins do? They give them out to the first 15,000.
- July 21, 2010: Tim Lincecum does this◊.
- The Buttfumble by Mark Sanchez. Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
- At the 1975 Artistic Gymnastics World Cup at Wembley, Soviet gymnastics queen Ludmilla Tourischeva dismounted the uneven bars — and the entire apparatus collapsed behind her as she saluted. But the truly funny bit was that Tourischeva didn't even blink. She simply walked away as though nothing had happened, in a moment that can only be accurately summarised with, "And not a single fuck was given that day, or ever again." Incidentally, she also swept the all-around and all four event finals.
- Billy Sianis' curse on the Chicago Cubs is kind of funny if you aren't a fan. In his own words to the team owner:
You are going to lose this World Series and you are never going to win another World Series again. You are never going to win a World Series again because you insulted my goat.
- Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth's nonverbal reaction to being thrown a 57-mph Eephus pitch. note
- The entire Monday Night Football game between the Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers from 2007. There was a problem with the sod and heavy rain, leading to a huge, muddy mess that the players could barely perform on. Most notably, one punt ended up lodging itself in the ground like a cannonball. The Steelers won 3-0 and it was both the lowest-scoring Monday Night Football game ever played and tied for the lowest scoring NFL game ever.
- On 10 October 2014, American gymnast Simone Biles became the first world all-around champion to repeat her title since 2003 and the first American to do the same since 1994. Despite Biles' megawatt smile, the award ceremony proceeded with all due solemnity — until after the playing of the national anthem, when silver medalist Larisa Iordache of Romania, Biles' good friend, pointed out a bee lurking in her bouquet. At which point Simone Biles, who can perform feats of daring that would make a Green Beret blanch, squeaked and ran off the podium — leaving the unconcerned bee to fly on and terrify the bronze medalist, American Kyla Ross. Biles' comment on the episode?
Simone Biles: I don't do bugs.
- Outfielder David Hulse of the Texas Rangers had a rather memorable at-bat where he fouled off four straight pitches into the opposing team's dugout. The same spot in the dugout, in fact. Even better was the other team's reaction; after the first couple of foul-offs, the players in the dugout began to move to the other end of the dugout, and after the third, everyone in the dugout was bunched up at that far end.
- Yes, politics. The 2008 Al Smith memorial dinner was a highlight for both presidential candidates, John McCain and Barack Obama, who both got off dozens of jabs and zingers. Senator McCain may have lost the election, but he could easily have a promising career as a standup comic in front of him. The line of the night? In this editor's opinion:
Barack Obama: Contrary to the rumors you have heard, I was not born in a manger. I was actually born on Krypton and sent here by my father, Jor-El, to save the planet Earth.
- Kinda have a soft spot for this one:
John McCain: Now, of course, it would be unfair — and even a little unkind — to put my opponent on the spot before he gets up here or to throw him off his game with unreasonably high expectations. But I do need to warn you, ladies and gentlemen, you all are about to witness the funniest performance in history, in the 63-year history of this event. Let's not add to the mounting pressure he must be feeling; just prepare yourself for nonstop hilarity, the funniest 15 minutes of your life or any other. I think he knows that anything short of that would mar the evening, insult our hosts, and perhaps even cost him several swing states. Senator Obama, the microphone is all yours.
- Kinda have a soft spot for this one:
- The White House Press Correspondent'a Dinner can always be expected to be this, but there are a couple of incidents that stick out...
Real!George: Members of the White House Press Correspondents Association, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen...Fake!George: Here I am!
- George W. Bush is joined by an impersonator that exposes the "thoughts" in his head, showing he's more than capable to make fun of himself.
Colbert: I just like the guy. He's a good joe. Obviously loves his wife, calls her his better half, and polls show America agrees.
- This was, of course, immediately upstaged by Stephen Colbert giving a twenty-minute spiel as his character from The Colbert Report, who gave some of the harshest zingers only a few feet away from his targets.
Stephen Colbert: [As Obama] "It's funny 'cause I'm about to kill him!"
- In 2011, Seth Meyers was the comedian chosen to headline the event. During a series of jokes regarding the lack of attention given to political television network C-SPAN, he made a joke about Osama bin Laden's location. The cameras cut to the audience's reaction, including President Obama's toothy grin. Within 48 hours, bin Laden was dead, and made Obama's "poker face" a viral hit.
- John F. Kennedy was a Harvard man, and when Yale awarded him an honorary degree and invited him to deliver the keynote address at their commencement ceremony that year, he graciously accepted, but could not resist letting fly a few zingers in the speech he gave.
- Bush gets...a boot to the head. Sort of.
- Then the Independent, an English newspaper, covered the responses in Iraq. It's impossible to look at the article's picture and the soundbites without thinking of "He has given us... His shoe!"r. Especially when you consider the potential protest marches, people brandishing... the shoe!
- Bush's assertion that he "looked into the man's sole".
- Boris Johnson. All of him. Especially when he gets stuck on
- Calvin Coolidge: "You lose."
- Ronald Reagan: In a story told by his youngest son of his father's unflagging optimism, Reagan spent some time in his Presidency trying to revive the "thumbs up" sign. During this time, Reagan has his head outside of the limo's sunroof, with his wife, their son and daughter-in-law in the car, and he is giving the thumbs up to the people outside when a gentlemen gives him a gesture of his own...with a different finger...Reagan unfazed by this sits back down, turns to his family and responds, "See, it's catching on."
- Edwin Edwards. Former four-term governor of Louisiana. Well-deserved reputation as a ladies' man—married three times, currently to a woman more than 50 years his junior. Served time in federal prison on corruption charges. Read and enjoy...
- In 1983, when running for his third term as governor against incumbent David Treen, he said that his opponent was "so slow it takes him an hour and a half to watch 60 Minutes."
- In 1991, when running for his fourth term as governor against former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke: "The only place where David Duke and I are alike is we are both wizards under the sheets."
- During a roast after he was released from prison in 2011: "I give blood for them to make Viagra."
- During the same roast, on the reputed aphrodisiac quality of oysters: "I had a dozen last night, and only 10 of them worked."
- When his younger brother warned him that sex with his current wife would be dangerous (for him), he reportedly said, "Well, Marion... if she dies, she dies."
- The lifelong Democrat on the use he's found for Republicans, during a 2012 press conference with his new (Republican) wife: "You sleep with 'em."
- When North Carolina senator Jeff Jackson was snowed-in at the General Assembly, he found himself the only legislator in the building. He took the opportunity to make a bunch of fake laws since any vote he made technically made it unanimous.
- "WOOO! You know you can't bring that weak ass stuff up in this humpy-bumpy! You kill the joe, you make some mo'! You know that baby!"
Janice: [Walks by] Hey, Terry.Terry: Hey, Janice. [To Richard] MOTHERFU-
- This Rollos commercial. Never piss off an elephant.
- Discovery Channel's "I Love the World" commercial, especially, at 0:53, Dr. Hawking "singing", showing a great sense of humour about his "voice".
- This french commercial for March of the Penguins.
- This ad for Fruit Roll-Ups Stickerz. "They LOVE strawberry".
- "Hello ladies. Look at your man. Now back to me. Now back to your man, now back to ME"...
- Deadpool does it better.
- Rethink Breast Cancer presents ... Your Man Reminder
- Penguins, full stop.
- Us. We have the bodies of apes, but with full or partial lions' manes!
- Now take into account sex. Hi-freaking-larious! And strangely endearing.
- There's nothing funnier than the ridiculous faces you people make mid-coitus. The way I understand it, it's mostly a joke down here, too.
- Everybody's O-face is ridiculous. No exceptions.
- Now take into account sex. Hi-freaking-larious! And strangely endearing.
- Cats. They act all high-and-mighty until they misplace a jump and fall onto a chair. Or until you turn on the vacuum cleaner.
- The best part is afterward when they walk away with that "Yeah, I totally meant to do that" attitude.
- And apes.
- The duck-billed platypus. Living proof that nature has a sense of humor.
- There's a good reason why chickens are often found in all sorts of humor.
- Watching an armadillo run around may be one of the funniest things in the entire world.
- Particularly if it decides to be vocal in the process.
- "You are being shagged by a rare parrot!"
- Parrots in general are walking, talking, squawking CMO Fs.
- Lizards are the clowns of the reptile world. Except monitor lizards.
- And frogs are the clowns of the amphibian world, because of their big goofy grins.
- Pretty much all modern amphibians are funny.
- Turtles are pretty funny, too, what with their old man faces.
- And now Komodo Dragons have been found to be one of the only reptiles that actually play with stuff. Just imagine a reptile longer than you chasing something like a dog. Including the zooming on past it and hitting the fence part.
- And frogs are the clowns of the amphibian world, because of their big goofy grins.
- Octopi, squid, and other such mollusks. Not only do they look like Zoidberg, they're too daggone smart and are nature's pranksters!
- The way birds of prey hop. Yes, even eagles hop just as funny as vultures!
- Ducks, full stop.
- The Manikin bird.
- Walruses and their incredible mustaches.
- Moose - deer with derp noses.
- The Cheat's got the skills for flaming layup drills!
I'm glad we compromised with flaming lay-up drillsAh, f'rllz, oh tell me what's the dealzYou got the wills, the skills, the flaming lay-up drills
- Warning: Major earworm.
- The Leet World, being a primarily humorous Machinima, has many.
- Two Words: Hot Kool-Aid.
- "...The hammer is my penis."
- Two brilliant zingers from the Skeptoid podcast regarding the various claimed "powers" of wheatgrass juice: "It's not true at all that chlorophyll is a good source of oxygen. I suggest you continue to rely on your lungs for that, which are probably better since you don't have leaves." And "If you want magnesium, take a vitamin pill. If you want oxygen, take a breath. If you want sex hormones, get a girlfriend."
- The section of the TV Tropes Wiki Drinking Game concerning the word egregious.
- Sprite TV 2 has the Running Gag of a giant 8-bit Mario eating random things.
- The five-part episode of I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC with Iron Man vs. The Dark Knight. Especially the fourth one where Iron Man imagined The Dark Knight being so good that Human Popsicles, time travelers, aliens, Santa Claus, and Jesus wanted to see it.
- THIS parody of Rebecca Black.
- This little gem from The Other Wiki:
Often denouncing a "Worldwide Mad Deadly Communist Gangster Computer God" mind-controlling mankind, [Frances E.] Dec is considered to have been a paranoid schizophrenic of the influencing-machine delusion kind, and is often referred to as a "kook".
- The best part is that it has FIVE DIFFERENT CITATIONS for him being called a "Kook"
- Similarly, the page on DB Cooper include a reference to him being called a "rotten sleazy crook"— exactly those words, and a citation.
- An easter egg hidden in the source code of a page that tells you if the Large Hadron Collider has destroyed the world yet.
<!— if the lhc actually destroys the earth & this page isn't yet updated, please email email@example.com to receive a full refund —>
- After a performance of The Phantom of the Opera, the actress playing Christine stepped forward to urge the audience to give donations to a charitable cause (since it was in San Francisco, I believe it was AIDS-related). She prefaced her remarks, "Now, before we continue with Act III of Phantom of the Opera..." The reaction of the actor playing the Phantom was priceless.
- Picture it: a tense scene during the second act of Wicked, when Fiyero has his gun trained on the Wizard, Glinda and Elphaba are both telling him to flee, and he admits he loves her and is going to go with her. Cue a little girl in the audience going "Yay!"—clear as a bell and quite loud in the silence. Everyone in the theater busted up—and while the actors were quite professional and did not break character or the scene, the actress playing Elphaba was visibly struggling not to burst out laughing, and giggles were in fact audible. Unsurprisingly, the same was true of Glinda's actress.
- One of the Beanie Babies named Runner the Mongoose originally shipped with a poem reading as follows:
I'm not so mean, I'm really shyBut every cobra has to dieI grab them by their little headAnd whack them till they're stone cold dead!
- BIONICLE has its own page.
- One LEGO book showing examples of fan-creations includes pictures of a Viking ship built by a fan. One Viking minifigure has the speech bubble "If us Danes want to conquer the world, we should focus on the toy industry!" Because LEGO is a Danish company.
- Someone splices the MTM logo with Homer Simpson's classic grunt.
- Also, ever hear a cat burp?
- Welcome to Canada!
- This Super Smash Bros. video. Especially the last shot at the end, even after he waits four seconds.
- This.....thing. While it's apparently Polish, you don't have to speak any language to appreciate it. (Warning: don't be eating or drinking anything when you watch!)
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRZ2Sh5-XuM Its called "going to the store". Theres also a Nigel Thornberry version. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzxzho63csU)
- It's a Monday.
- The Windows 8 Blue Screen of Death, which looks as if Windows is apologizing for crashing:
Your PC ran into a problem that it couldn't handle, and now it needs to restart.
- A short film made by A&M Records in 1988 starring Toronto's Rick Moranis as David Steffen, the fast-talking executive for A&M.
- The funny parts, specifically, is Rick using a heavy, nasally New York accent, randomly moving his legs inward and outward repeatedly, and using a device that makes a strange noise to avoid discount deals over the phone.
- "Nobody else wants when I can't do it for you! Nobody else wants when I can't do it for you! Nobody else wants when I can't do it for you! Nobody else wants when I can't do it for you!"
- In CNN: Nancy Grace fails to get why FarmVille is so addictive and dismisses it as pretend. Her conversation with Clark Goldband about FarmVille and its sister game Fish Ville is funny, but this part stands out as the single funniest Take That to games like FarmVille. (Transcript is here)
Nancy: I really don't see how she'd be frustrated. I really don't see how she'd be frustrated about an imaginary fish in an imaginary fish tank having an imaginary death because she didn't give it imaginary fish food. No. I don't get it.
- Game-review website IGN had a Crowning Moment of Funny when it decided to do an "English localization" of some of the cutscenes from the Final Fantasy XIII demo. The title screen plays it straight but then it quickly turns into a Gag Dub (link, NSFW), which sees protagonists Lightning and Sazh fighting a gigantic sex robot that Lightning forgot to pay. It also deliberately Flanderizes the original characters, with Lightning as a cardboard-cutout Action Girl equivalent of Keanu Reeves, the gentle and polite Sazh as a ne'er-do-well player-wannabe constantly looking for poon from Lightning, and the chocobo living in Sazh's afro as a player-mentor:
Sazh: Say, little man... girl... I have no idea what the fuck you are, but we gotta roll.Chocobo: Let's bounce, bitch!
- Someone took the generic 'Military Hand Signals', deemed appropriate for military personnel, and turned it into something that would suit the Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy training manual. Found here◊, it includes such gestures as to indicate 'Oh shit I think he was on our side'.
- Back in 2008, a British illusionist/mentalist named Derren Brown put on a stage show called "An Evening of Wonders," during which he performed the Oracle act (you write a question on a piece of paper and put it in an envelope, seal it, then put your initials and what row and level you're seated on a sticker on the outside of the envelope; the idea was that he'd be able to guess your question based on how you wrote your info on the sticker). On one of the envelopes submitted, he looked at it, and guessed that, based on the fact that the person who put it in had written his info kinda scrunched up, that it was a teenage boy who, on a dare from his friends, had written something rude; Brown went on and guessed that it would probably say something along the lines of "why are you a wanker?" He threw the envelope into the audience and said they were welcome to look at the billet inside if they wished. They did, and he wasn't too far off. It said "cock." Here's a clip of the show. The whole sequence starts at around 3:02.
- And it became a Brick Joke at the end. During a segment at the beginning (a game of 20 Questions), he sent someone back into the audience without guessing the object they were thinking of, concerned that he'd get it wrong. At the end, he unrolled a big scroll with a series of predictions of things that would happen during the show. The word "bracelet" showed up on the scroll no less than three times, and when he asked if anyone in the audience had thought of a bracelet in the 20 Questions game, it turned out that that was, indeed, what the lady that he sent back had thought of. Derren's response: "You know what, that kid's right, I am a cock!" Here you go. The actual unrolling of the scroll starts at about 3:15; the lady revealing that she thought of the bracelet is at around 5:05.