Category Archives: Humor
What happens when you mix good old Lucasfilm marketing with a crap load of food dye? The Vader burger! To celebrate the re-release the equally gag inducing Star Wars Episode 1 in 3D, a French burger chain is letting Star Wars nerds choose which side of the force they are loyal to with their taste buds.
Luckily, this ghastly dark side burger is a France exclusive… for now.
Check out this still of former Friends star, Jennifer Aniston, getting intimate with a banana.
The pic is from Aniston’s new comedy Horrible Bosses, where she plays a sex deprived boss that is put on a hit list by her inferiors.
During the flick she also shows the proper way to eat both a popsicle and hot dog – ladies, take notes:
Domo, Japan’s manners mascot is awesome enough on his own, but Splitreason.com may have just created the greatest combo since peanut butter and bacon sandwiches (don’t knock it till you try it).
Meet the Chewie-Kun t-shirt. This 100 percent cotton brown shirt of greatness will only put you back $19.99, and is sure to bump up your rank at the weekly Star Wars fan club meeting you secretly attend at the local Fuddruckers.
Who am I kidding? Put this ode to the greatest wingman of all time on and you’ll have the ladies begging to prove that you can do the Kessel run in less then 12 parsecs.
Want a Chewie-Kun of your very own? Check out SplitReason.com, but better act quick, the XXLs are almost gone!
700 Club founder Pat Robertson has voiced his displeasure with Capcom’s latest brawlfest Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. “Capcom has purposely ignored our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in their final lineup of fighters” Pat continued during a recent rant “Why is the fate of two worlds in the hands of second rate gods like Thor and Amaterasu when it’s obvious Jesus should have been made playable?”
When asked to comment, Thor, the god of thunder, only had this to say “Jesus? We cool.”
Capcom has decided to honor Robertson’s demands and will include Jesus in an upcoming DLC pack. Capcom wouldn’t comment on which version of Jesus would be playable, but early production work indicates 3D Jesus will at least be an alternative costume.
Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds is now available for the PlayStation 3 and XBox 360.
In a surprising move, Nintendo of America announced their earlier statement that the upcoming Nintendo 3DS should not be played in 3D by children under the age of 6 was completely blown out of proportion.
Why the change of heart? Reggie Fills-a-Something, Nintendo of America’s chosen one (and creator of the Bigfoot pizza), explains. “We at Nintendo want to help the economy and optomerty industry by introducing a brand new handheld that everyone can go cross-eyed over.” Reggie continued, “Come on, do you really think kids will be able to resist Pokemanz in 3D?!”
The Nintendo 3DS is scheduled to ship to retailers this March. Nintendo is expected to send out checks for one dollar and nine cents soon after Reggie gets his red billiards room and stuffed llama.