I wonder if this commercial will continue to air?
Are you looking for a career? Just answer all of these questions and we’ll find you the perfect career.
Jessica Chobot, video game hottie/nerd, shows us all Korea's dirty little secret for getting clean. The soap knob.
What kind of coach would stick his hands down your shorts during a team picture!? … and where would one go to sign up for such a team?
To sell Halo3 in the states just give us violence. Korea went with Master Chief punching a dinosaur and dancing on the subway. Way to go Korea!
A German ad company placed this "goatse"-eque ad over a pedestrian tunnel, because you shouldn't have to crawl up your boss' bum for a good job. Eww.
Scientists in South Korea have so much free time, they have managed to clone glow in the dark cats. Now they can fight off the flying monkeys from N. Korea.
Star Jones wallows in self pity, Wacko Jacko moves to Europe and Jessica isn’t good enough for Dallas.
Whoose Boobs is the internet’s #1 celebrity boob game. We show you three boobs and you have to tell us who they belong to.
In theaters 3-7-08. Holed up in Bruges, Belgium after a difficult job, two hit men (Farrell and Gleeson) begin to differ on their views of life and death as they become used to local customs.
Well, this is one way of looking at things.... (Where the other 12 seconds are we do not know... Maybe America ate them)
TV’s most lovable drunk stumbles onto LG. We compiled Paula’s most recent drunktastic Idol clips into one hilarious video.
Gwen Stefani used to be hard core and she rocked. Now she sings pop music and kidnaps Asians. If you're going to sell out, UPSIZE THE BOOBS!
Diz-zamn South Korea sure does like their Gangnam style! We read there were an estimated 80,000 people there- maybe we should tell people that's what's really going on next time the president speaks. Really, once you get to, say, the thousandth row what is the point? It's like sitting in your living room watching it on tv (if you're lucky enough to have a clear view of the monitor), only you're pressed up against a bunch of sweaty, screaming, gyrating strangers... all this for a pop song.