The Drive 2 Parody Trailer Starring Fake Ryan Gosling is Hilarious
05.19.2016 | Videos Source:

The Drive 2 Parody Trailer Starring Fake Ryan Gosling is Hilarious

I drive.... Uber.

Comedic actor and writer Joey Thompson and his crew have put together one hell of a great parody movie trailer.

Thompson, who basically gets his kicks from look slightly like Ryan Gosling (some might say he looks more like Cameron from Ferris Bueller's Day Off), took advantage of his celebrity look-a-like status and created a parody sequel of the movie Drive.

He plays Ryan Gosling's character, who is a retired getaway driver turned Uber driver. Need I say more?

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01.02.2017 | Videos Source: FlockU

Drive-Thru Confessions

Felicia has something to get off her chest at the Chick-Fil-A drive-thru.

The drive-thru is always an interesting experience, but we were getting bored with the norm. Felicia had some deep, dark secrets she needed to spill, and where better than the Chick-Fil-A drive-thru? Check out her experience!

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07.07.2016 | Videos Source:

McDonald's Worker Strikes Back

Sweet tea isn't always sweet.

Look, if you're gonna intentionally be a douche, expect people to get angry. Especially if the person you're going to be a douche to is: 1) handling your food, and 2) probably already hates their job.

Check it out above, and take notes, because if you're gonna prank someone, you should probably take a little precaution.

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06.23.2016 | Videos Source:

4-year-olds Order an R-rated Movie from Comcast

Magic Mike, a film for the whole family to enjoy?

If you search Google images for Comcast, you'll find swastikas sprinkled in - that's how universally hated they are. South Park even had an episode where they parodied the cable giant, among other huge conglomerates like Time Warner and Verizon. We all know the story: they force you into terrible contracts and make it a nightmare to cancel your subscription.

We originally set out to have Fiona and Willa, two four-year-old twins, call technical support, but seeing how Comcast makes it impossible to talk to a human, we decided to try and order a movie. It went better than expected.

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12.10.2015 | Videos

I'm Not Drunk Enough For This Shit, Ep. 7 (Video)

Who needs an Uber when you have an ambulance?

On this week's episode: Two Rochester University students survive a kidnapping and have the best bar story to tell; Facebook is making it rain (literally tittay bar style); Ryan Gosling is nothing but a giggle machine; and UCLA frat SAE finally does something to contribute to society.

And Karla unveils the truth about number twos. DUN DUN DUN.

Directed by Amber Genuske
Shot by David Estrada
Edited by Taylor HendersonScripted & Hosted by Karla Macias
Motion Graphics by Michael Leng
Post Written by Karla Macias
With help from The Daily Pnut

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07.15.2016 | Videos Source:

Drive Through Lemon Magic Trick

"I think there's a hole in my water bottle."

YouTube's Penguin Magic has released their latest trick, and it's kind of ridiculous. This guy goes through drive throughs and only orders a water bottle and a cup of lemons.

He then complains of a hole in his water bottle and proceeds to magically put his lemon into his water bottle without opening the top. OK, the magic isn't THAT impressive, but all of the drive through employees' reactions are priceless.