Funny? Yes, we have that.
First, they released that documentary, Zoo, about the dude who died from an equine ass-pounding.
Looks like the conspiracy to swipe secrets from Coca-Cola's chemical cauldron isn't the only "fake coke" story kicking around the internets (Linky-dink goes to Atlanta's Daily Report, including testimony that the secretary was "too damn stupid" to mastermind the scandal).
This newly popularized YouTube video of a "Synth Coke" ad, wherein some scumbag talks a gaunt crackwhore into sticking around his dingy apartment with the promise of surrogate snow, shows a side of advertising you don't see too much these days — that is, the sub-legal advertising hastily appended to Betamax porno videos in exchange for a handjob and a Styrofoam cup full of Quaaludes.
Have a watch-see:
This brings back crazy memories, because I actually tried Synth Coke back in 1982. I never found out exactly what was in it, but to this day, I refuse to believe the claim on the packaging: "Beats Chlorox!" Read more »
When James Wolfensohn became the ninth World Bank president in May 2005, it knocked rock star/budding economist Bono Vox out of the running. While some believed Bono would have been a sound choice to serve this important role, we feel he'd be better suited as director of the International Monetary Fund.
What are some of Bono's proposed IMF reforms? Read more »
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In response to what zombie hunters are calling "the most serious case of brain drain ever seen in this country," spokespersons for the American association of Registered Ghoul Hunters (AARGH) launched a protest in Washington, D.C. yesterday.
Almost 500 AARGH members marched outside the White House at noon, protesting a lack of government regulation and support for zombie hunters, described by AARGH chairman James Hilborne as "a dying — or rather, undying — breed." Read more »
As we all know, we North Americans are sick. And I don't mean in that MTV skater way, as in "sick, dude," I mean literally unhealthy. We're fat. We're overcaffeinated. We're intoxicated, polluted and basically full of crap. And it's killing us. Read more »
"Enough is enough! I have had it with these motherf***in' scorpions on this motherf***in' plane!"
"Well, that's good news — scorpions on crack."
"Someone get this f***in' scorpion off my ass!"
"Why exactly are there scorpions on this plane?" Read more »
Hey folks. Skipjack here, your resident music expert (for the next few hours)! And while bloggers everywhere are scrambling to make their best-of lists for 2006, I've got to get something off my chest.
Let's face it: a lot of today's music suckles the proverbial donkey taint. So while MP3 bloggers out there are scrambling over themselves to identify the top 50 albums of '06 — most of them flash-in-the-pan hippies from Montreal with "wolf" in their name — we at iLaugh have decided to identify just what it is that blows so hard, and so enthusiastically, about today's music. Read more »
Remember our last entry? Well, if you're an Indian woman, you probably didn't remember your last entry either! But we here at iLaugh Comic Industries just couldn't leave this story alone.
So the Indians, they have lamentably small penii. But what does this mean for the rest of us — that is, the (relatively) enormous-wanged non-Indians in the crowd? Read more »
Um, the headline's pretty much all we got. Sorry.
Meanwhile, here's a cute article about everyone's favorite dictator, courtesy of Yahoo or Fox or something. Rode a motorcycle to school? Brother drowned in a pond? Man, that guy's a real character.
This is a strange one: So we're stumbling through this dark, rat-infested alleyway, just minding our own business, when suddenly we come across this crime scene, right?
We could barely believe our eyes when we saw the chalk outline of a corpse — shaped exactly like the "iLaugh Guy" from our logo!
We here at iLaugh have decided to compile the top ten movies for, of, and by computer servers.
Enjoy. Read more »