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Codex: Why is there a pack of cheese on the table?
Vork: Thank you for asking, Codex. The price difference here between a cheeseburger and a hamburger is one dollar. Now if you divide twelve into $2.95, the cost of a pack of Kraft Deli Deluxe in mild cheddar cheese slices, the slice costs 24.5 cents. If you bring your own cheese that's a savings of 75.5 cents per burger. Anybody requiring cheese may pay me so accordingly. Go ahead and round it up.
Tinkerballa: ...what the fuck?
Vork: I want to grow my money, Tink, not waste it on CHEESE GOUGING!
The video applications to fill the vacant guild slot.
Early in Sims Big Brother 2, the houseguests are having a pillow fight, and it sounds like someone says, "Stop, fuck you!" and another says "Fuck YOU!"
In Sims Big Brother 2, 6 houseguests are put into the Solitary Chamber (and are immune from the vote). They're told that they will be woken up at 5 AM. And they are...(1:24) by a VERY funny song. Not to mention, they don't all wake up at the same time!]]
In Sims Big Brother 6, there's the part with Allison's fake stupidity. She makes everyone think she's...one of the dumbest people in the world, asking questions like "What's Influenza?", "What's controversy mean?" and "How do you work the elevator", and then suddenly reciting a college-level-definition of a cell organelle. Everyone jawdropped at that.
Also in Sims Big Brother 6, some of the challenges and tasks were not only cruel, but also funny....
When they had to dig for items in the backyard, Nadia didn't do a thing...and the dog helped more than she did. Then several people accidentally hit the sprinklers and started to flood the yard.
When they couldn't say anything with the letter "G" in it.
"What's for dinner?"
"Melted Cheese on bread."
The alarm clock challenge. Whenever it rang, they had to shut it off ASAP. The more the alarm clock rang, the more tokens they'd lose. Naturally everyone spends all day running back and forth out of the main room to shut the alarm clock off. Finally, it passes and then everyone gets in bed.
Team Kimba as a whole gets a couple of classics early with the Great Cabbit Chase and their first ninja fight, but we also shouldn't forget Phase vs. Matterhorn in Boston Brawl II...or the one scene where Carmilla (daughter of Gothmog) 'summons' the Flying Spaghetti Monster in a simulator battle against the Goobers and calls it 'daddy!'.
Hey, don't discount say, oh, "Ayla and the Network", the whole thing. What started it? Someone tries to blackmail Ayla... using a recording of him talking about a Shakespeare play! Doubles as a Crowning Moment of Awesome.
Especially the big fight outside Poe Cottage.
Then there's Ayla 7, chapter 6. The Devisor lab gets angry. (Doubles as a Crowning Moment of Awesome.)
Chou gets QUITE a few in "Summoning Sweeties." Just read the 'Teaser' on the forums.
Speaking of the forums, here's a quote from Diane Castle.
"I mean, that would be like the superhero backers deciding to let retired supervillain Doctor Heuristic be the headmaster! Oh wait. They did. He was one of the astonishingly quick failures of 1981. He lasted an astounding 23 days. In honor of him, they have Headmaster's Rule 14: "No, that 'interdimensional portal' is NOT some deviser's secret hideaway." And Headmaster's Rule 15: "If the door of the interdimensional portal opens from the inside, do NOT stick your head inside to see what's going on.""
Ayla 7: the curriculum for Winter Term, and all the bad advice they get from the upperclasswomen.
Phase: Special Topics - Theory and Practice of the Escape.
Shrike: Take that one! I learned how to pick handcuffs and get out of a locked jail cell, and that really came in handy last summer when... Uhh... Um, never mind, I never mentioned that out loud, did I?
The "Parents' Day Vignette", when Chaka faces off against the ninja leader she creamed the last time they met. And she does it in front of her whole family.
"Tales of the MCO", with the entire team MS Ting an anti-mutant program on the television. Best. Commercials. Ever.
The 'shopping montage' in "No Beast So Fierce".
Everything about Jade: "I am SO level-headed! And anyone who says otherwise will have to face THE CABBIT OF DOOM!"
The short story "Bad Seeds". Read it twice in a row. It's way funnier the second time after you know the truth.
Anything Peeper and Greasy are up to, since it always involves completely inappropriate behavior.
Chaka's date with Thunderbird in "Toni and the Tiger". How many people are trying to screw up this date?
"Buck Swift, Boy of Tomorrow Next Wednesday Afternoon, Weather Permitting."
I Can't Believe it's not AVGN 's commentary on the Irate gamer's review of Aladdin: in reaction to Irate Gamer's unfunny joke "man, somebody call the cops, cause I was R.O.B.bed", it cuts to the bad guys' faces melting from Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Pat the NES Punk's "Casino Calamity" episode has reviews of NES gambling games bridged by: moping in bed for weeks next to a gigantic Mario doll after having lost a grey Nintendo World Championship cartridge to the AVGN, then begging to go on vacation to Las Vegas regardless of a gambling problem, and then him returning to the hotel room after having lost more and more money each time, culminating in taking out a 2nd mortgage on his friend's house.
From the 2011 Preview Show, Brad is going down a list of games he asked the fans to put together.
Brad: Dino D-Day, Marooned, Star Prospecter ,Legend of Galacia, Spearfishing, Nuclear Dawn, Airline Tycoon, Starwolves 3!?
Brad: Lucha Fury!? Alpha Polaris!? Rulers of Nations, Path of Exile!? What the hell are these games!?!?
From Cocktail Time Episode 3:
Carlos: Nolan, Nolan! You said he was a flaming horse?
The Number 47 (The Number 23 spoof): This is what happens when a person becomes obsessed with a number and believes everything he adds up equals 47, in reality he is just really bad at math... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WRf1jA0ucs
I've known you both for a long time. I've seen you guys through a lot of crazy circumstances. You know, like when you were transparently lusting after her even though you were married and passive-aggressively browbeating your wife into having a child she didn't want! And when you were still married and propositioned her right after she was nearly raped! And when she moved back to Millborough specifically because she heard you were getting divorced, but continued to string along her boyfriend! I gotta say, this feels like it's gonna work. I say that because I'm a terrible, terrible person.
One that unfortunately (but understandably) isn't up anymore: There is a town in the Democratic Republic of Congo called Kamina. Naturally, the article has been subject to a lot of Wiki Vandal fans of Gurren Lagann inserting references to the character of the same name onto the page - this editor's favourite is this edit, that wrote "JUST WHERE THE HELL DO YOU THINK IT IS?!?!"
Likewise, from Map-Territory relation, on the difference between models we make and the reality, somebody put in a picture of Rene Magritte's Treachery of Images, with the caption "This is not a pipe. It is a reproduction of "The Treachery of Images," René Magritte's 1928-29 painting, which is also not a pipe."
Several of the captions for the pictures on the Internet Movie Firearms Database. On a few pages, the captions let loose with all their sarcasm, which ends up hilarious. The most prominent example is the Far Cry 2page, with examples such as, while showing how various shotguns jam: "The USAS-12 jams in much the same way as the SPAS, so a gigantic explosion has been added to this image to make up for any disappointment." While showing how a grenade launcher jams: "The MGL jams; "I'll get you next time, Gadget, next time!"" and the crossbow section which include such gems as "Yes, that was indeed a screenshot of a high-explosive crossbow bolt rebounding off a chicken."
Even better? According to the talk page for the sequel, Ubisoft actually read their FC2 page and took note of the more serious/silly errors that were pointed out so they wouldn't make them again.
The page forBlack is similarly hilarious - for example, these two captions about the Uzi with two charging handles: "Kellar reloads his NO KELLAR WHAT ARE YOU DOING YOU'LL KILL US ALL ... Having somehow managed to pull the charging handle for another charging handle that can't move, without destroying the universe in the process, Kellar celebrates by setting his Uzi to the burst fire mode it doesn't have."
From The Shitty Movie Night Podcast the Batman & Robin episode probably had the most hilarious moments, being their longest episode. They spent a good half hour just talking about the first ten minutes of the film. They spent a good chunk doing great Arnold impressions and at the very end they rip the idea of Mr Freeze saving Alfred and that the tubes he gave Batman at the end had to be used like enemas. Alfred didn't want to be saved — "wait, Batman's calling. Yes, you have to shove them up his arse. Are they coming out of his nose? Not deep enough~!"
AH.com: The Series: the series has a motherload of funny moments, but the biggest one is this one: at the end of "Hair Today, Gotterdammerung Tomorrow: Part 2", Doctor What declares that the crew deserves a good reward for saving the multiverse, and asks Leo to take the ship to an universe they had previously visited, where all men had died and women have not had sex in the last three years. Leo informs him that, due to the emergency they were in, he had to erase the coordinates to that world. Cue the Big "NO!". So big that the whole galaxy vibrates due to it, and it can be felt even in the Hub. Bonus for Tempting Fate: Leo and What speak about the chances that somebody else will find it before they can arrive there again, and are confident in saying they are little. Right at that time, the Lesbian Space Marines arrive to the planet.
In the first episode of the podcast Game On, Veronica Belmont was interviewing one of the main designs of the video game Twisted Metal via Skype, his two young daughters decided to see who daddy was talking too and put in their two cents.
spcd: Man, you can make fun of my post all you want; but it does not change the fact that once the DLC is released, I have a uncomplete game because all the cool kids are playing with the DLC and I am shut out. I love this game, but now I have the choice: buy DLC or stop playing. Because playing the inferior incomplete version doesn't make sense. Dervish: I hear you spcd. When I have a thing, but someone else has a better thing, it just doesn't make sense to keep on using the thing I have. I end up throwing away a lot of food at restaurants, I tell you what. Wearing a blindfold helps, but sometimes you just know.
Deleted Articles with Freaky Titles, courtesy of The Other Wiki. The title says it all. Some of them are just nonsensical gibberish, random letters and numbers, or titles that would be legit articles if they weren't misspelled. The rest are hilarious. A few choice titles from the list are:
On the TASVideos forums, the submitter of an obviously suboptimal tool-assisted Speed Run of a PinocchioLicensed Game commented: "i have optimised all levels at frame." This received an appropriate retort in the form of a JPEG of thePinocchio Nose.