‘Mr. Brightside’ by The Killers hits different now

[ad_1] The 2003 jam, “,” hits different in 2020. Amidst protests against police brutality and the coronavirus quarantine life, people have started finding new meaning in the lyrics to The Killers’ early song about getting cheated on. Perhaps you know “Mr. Brightside” as a go-to karaoke selection for anyone looking to release some serious angst.…

‘A Bug’s Life’ fleshlight is here to ruin your childhood memories

[ad_1] If you’re feeling particularly nostalgic about the ’90s and in the mood to tarnish your precious childhood memories, the Bug’s Life fleshlight is here for you.  In the Pixar movie, Heimlich is a chunky caterpillar who aspires to be a butterfly. His ribbed exterior, plump lips, and unfortunate bodily proportions make him looks, well,…

Watch the ‘Bon Appétit’ cast meet the creators behind the Meme Appetit account

[ad_1] What happens when memers meet the subject of their memes? In the case of the BA Test Kitchen meeting the brains behind @meme_appetit, pure gold. Harry Kersh and Will Martin started the accounts when they discovered their shared love of BA videos, and the Instagram and Twitter accounts have since taken off.  Now with…

Everyone’s dreaming of walking down the aisle after quarantine in this meme

[ad_1] People can’t wait to walk down the aisle, thanks to this post-quarantine meme.  But it’s not the aisle that you’re thinking of.  Roughly two months into many stay-at-home orders in the U.S., Twitter users are longing for the “before time,” when life was normal and we could walk around non-essential businesses without the risk…

Watch a ton of famous women beat the crap out of each other for 5 minutes

[ad_1] Today in stay-at-home entertainment: celebrities and stunt people beating the crap out of each other from a safe social distance. The #QuarantineFightChallenge has been keeping stunt performers from climbing the furniture for the past month — or just given them an excuse to get up there. In challenge, people record clips of themselves attacking…

Coronavirus PSA meets the Ghanaian pallbearer meme in very 2020 horror sketch

[ad_1] Do not challenge the death. Stay at home. A viral video from Malaysia is using the Ghanaian pallbearer meme to deliver an important coronavirus public health announcement — as well as a hilarious horror film. Created by ad agency 75insanity, “How To Summon The Death” follows an unfortunate man (played by in-house actor HauYen…