We are back with a new selection of videos to tickle your fancy. These clips are not all from this week, but they all made us laugh or caused our jaws to drop recently. For this week, the theme is Christmas. Enjoy!
A Very Venture Christmas
If you are fans of The Venture Brothers on Adult Swim, then this will be an especially funny clip. If not, it will be a song sung in weird voices with cartoon backgrounds. Eh, can’t please everyone. Go Team Venture!
Ho Ho HOH MY GOD THERE ARE ZOMBIES EVERYWHERE!
Tis the season for the undead to walk the Earth. If the Chinese calendar could add one more animal to the cycle, somewhere between the rat and the pig you might find the zombie. It has been a big year for the undead, and what better way to celebrate the season than to finish off a few walkers.
How an electrical engineer celebrates Christmas
In the spirit of the season, this electrical engineer has decided to crush his neighbors’ spirits and their puny Santa stand-ups! It is the Conan the Barbarian of house lighting displays. He totally Griswolded his house.
How the Star Wars Christmas special should have been
Who can forget the original Star Wars Holiday Special? It was a time of cheer, when our favorite members of the Star Wars universe came together and shattered our childhood illusions by presenting an epically bad look at the universe we had all sunk our dreams into. Sadly, it was also something of a look into the future, and the terrible, terrible depths that George Lucas’ mind would sink. Here is a glimpse at a real Star Wars Christmas.
Sledding with the Swedish Airforce
What better way to celebrate the season than to take a multibillion dollar state of the art death machine and use it to sled. Shockingly, the Swedish have never been known for their air superiority. Huh.
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