With age, people often forget things, some even forget names, but one will never forget their taste and skills of music and of course not their sense of humor and romantic nature, here is a classic example of that.
“Adorable” is the word that comes to mind while seeing this, right? Here we see a cute little puppy being told to go to bed and being such an obedient one that he is, all he does is close his eyes and act as if he is asleep. Hope he doesn’t grow up to be too obedient if you know what I mean.
This is something that you would like try to someone who is disturbing you for a long time. It's the funniest yet most horrific prank you may think of.
This guy just not only has a good car but a creative mind and a sense of humor too. Watch how he uses the turbo for funny sound.
Revelation of the hovering stick magic done by two Chinese friends with a sense of humor. Watch them in action, it's more comedy than the revelation.
Small girl singing a song about birthday your dad.
Luke Salazar's quirky and humorous poetry has been enjoyed by dozens of captive audience members all around the world (and by "world," we mean "within grabbing distance"). He holds an MFA in Creative Writing (for poetry), so don't mess with him -- he'll whack you with his mortarboard.
In 218 BC, Hannibal Barca of Carthage, one of the greatest military commanders of all time, struck out from his base in Spain to travel across Europe in order to invade Roman Italy, starting the Second Punic War. However the all but impassible Alps Mountain Range stood in the way of his vast army...
What if news reporters and television existed throughout all of human history? Headline Histories explores that "what if" by making stories of the past come to life in an easy, modern way with a bit of humor thrown in. Great for teachers, classrooms, or just the casual buff, this is history as current affairs.
Different senses of humor from around the world
La versión de Humor Amarillo grabada por keloflipas y sus colegas.
Humorous look into the mind of 4-year-old Andrew
Here's a bit of computer history and humor with one of Compaq Computer's ads. Compaq was trying to show its computer was compatible with IBM's personal computer.
The ad showcases John Cleese comparing the Compaq Computer with a dead fish. See if you get the connection... and the dry humor.