Advent! It’s that time of year where people confusingly give small disposable presents every day for a certain number of days beginning on some day and ending on another day.
Advent! It’s that time of year where people confusingly give small disposable presents every day for a certain number of days beginning on some day and ending on another day. We love presents, but thought it’d be exorbitantly expensive to give each of you a chocolate bar every day for the next couple weeks. So, we turned to social media. We’ll be dealing out hilarious LOL-inducing “links,” so get your LOL parts (and your Twitter accounts) ready!
But wait a second, we’ve already been doing this for the better part of two weeks! If you missed it, fear not and feel free to catch up below.
1. Family Feud has become the weirdest show
Remember Family Feud and its wholesome family-oriented fun? Well, they’ve hired Steve Harvey, and things have gotten a little wild. This isn’t even the raciest clip I could show you:
2. Selfpoptart pics
Oh hey, just taking a sweet pic of myself for my Facebook page WITH A POPTART. Don’t try to understand it, just click the link.
3. November’s failreel
Humans, they are both amazing and incredibly stupid–also they have resilient bodies.
4. Maru so happy
Maru is the internet’s most famous cat. Over 170,000 people subscribe to his YouTube channel. Here he is being super happy:
5. Google Earth puzzler
Like maps? Like earths? Like puzzles? I think all people like at least one of those things. If you are one of the rare/chosen few who like all three, maybe you’ll enjoy this super fun map puzzle from the Atlantic.
6. Gavle goat
The Gävle goat is a giant goat made of hay that each year is burnt down, knocked over, or run down by a car–and has been for nearly forty years.
7. World’s best train set
I guarantee that you’ve never seen a model train set that has an airport, actual fires, and a topless sunbather. NOW YOU CAN:
8. This is what the internet is
9. Awkward JLo song
That new J.Lo song reminds me of something, what is it? Oh I remember! This super awkward 80s panflute video:
10. Download any apps lately?
11. Death metal parroty
I’m just going to let Wikipedia do the talking for me:
Hatebeak is a death metal band, formed by Blake Harrison, Mark Sloan and Waldo, a 19 year old Congo African Grey Parrot. The band members do not use their last names on their releases “for the mystery.” Hatebeak is unique in that they are the only band to feature a parrot on vocals. They are currently signed to Reptilian Records.