Watch This Hilarious NFL 2017 Bad Lip Reading Video Made For The Super Bowl

Watch This Hilarious NFL 2017 Bad Lip Reading Video Made For The Super Bowl

The jokers at Bad Lip Reading have done it again – this time dubbing hilariously strange comments into conversations on the field and sidelines of the 2017 NFL Season, reports with reference to Maxim magazine.

Tom Brady, Odell Beckham, Matt Ryan, Mike Zimmer, Carl Nasib and others get the BLR treatment to bizarrely humorous effect just days before Sunday’s Super Bowl.

Just watch it below:


Melissa McCarthy stars in painful — and hilarious — Super Bowl ad for Kia

Melissa McCarthy stars in painful — and hilarious — Super Bowl ad for Kia
  • Feb 1, 2017
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Just watch the “Ghostbusters” star in action in this Super Bowl ad for the Kia Niro.

Melissa McCarthy receives a phone call asking her to help save the whales. No problem, she says: “I love whales!”

Once she’s out in the ocean, she learns the whales don’t love her back — definitely not the one that lands on her watercraft, sending her airborne right into the side of a ship. Ouch!

Source: Today.

Watch also: Budweiser just trolled Trump with this amazing Super Bowl ad.

No, this man is not Trump’s brother

No, this man is not Trump's brother
  • Jan 31, 2017
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But that hasn’t stopped the internet having a good laugh at this man’s uncannily Trump-esque locks, Alex Dackevych writes on the BBC.


When the photo was shared on American comedian and radio host Ricky Smiley’s Facebook page back in January, hundreds joined in on the comments, and thousands more shared the post.


And that’s not the only comedy meme. Another makes the claim that the man in the photo is one ‘Nyirongo Trump’ of Malawi.


But who is the man in the memes? Well, we’ve had a dig round and we’ve deduced his identity. Are you ready?

It is in fact Ghanaian president Nana Akufo-Addo.


A reverse image search on the meme led Trending to the original – un-Photoshopped – image, where he is seen greeting a celebrity supporter of his New Patriotic Party (NPP), Ghanaian actor Kofi Adu.

Nana Akufo-Addo meeting Ghanaian actor Kofi Adu
Nana Akufo-Addo meeting Ghanaian actor Kofi Adu


So how many have picked up on the man’s true identity?

On the original Rickey Smiley show Facebook post, out of 311 comments, only two people seem to have noticed that the man is, in fact, the Ghanaian president.


Despite not being Trump’s half-brother, President Addo has been nicknamed ‘Nana Trump’ by some of his supporters, mainly due to the fact that his campaign and inauguration happened in very close time-proximity to President Trump’s.

And it seems that the meme traces its origin back to an image that was shared by some of his supporters back in December, with the text “Nana Trump: Make Ghana great again”.


Mystery solved.

‘The Oval Office’: Trump’s administration stars in parody version of entertainment show

‘The Oval Office’: Trump’s administration stars in parody version of entertainment show
  • Jan 27, 2017
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A creative man named Brandon Smith made this very entertaining video starring the Trump administration in a parody version of “The Office,” reports citing Huffington Post.

Watch “The Oval Office” below:


See also: People are worried about Melania Trump after seeing these “sad” pictures.

Watch this viral Dutch video on Trump

Watch this viral Dutch video on Trump
  • Jan 24, 2017
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“We totally understand it’s going to be America First — But can we just say ‘The Netherlands Second?'”

The video is a spoof message by news satire show Zondag met Lubach to officially introduce Holland to Trump “in a way that will probably appeal to him the most”, Mashable reports.

“We speak Dutch. It’s the best language in all of Europe. We’ve got all the best words. All the other languages? Failed. Danish? Total disaster,” a voiceover says, mimicking Trump’s cadence.

“German is not even a real language.”

Watch the video below:


Photobomb: Look at this laughing McDonald’s French fried stick

Photobomb: Look at this laughing McDonald's French fried stick
  • Jan 24, 2017
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When mum and nursery manager Lesley Simpson took her 11-year-old son, Alistair Ross, for a McDonald’s after a day’s shopping, she took the opportunity to take a picture of his sharp new haircut, Mirror reports.


Lesley took the photo, uploaded it to Facebook and that was that.

It was only later while flicking through his mum’s phone that eagle-eyed Alistair spotted he wasn’t alone in the frame.

To Alistair’s right, is a smiley French fry standing to attention- and looking very pleased with its photo-bombing efforts.

“He was killing himself laughing and when he showed me it the pair of us were rolling around having a good laugh,” Lesley told the Daily Record .

“Everyone we’ve shown it to since have cracked up.”

No one had initially noticed the cheeky chip’s presence on Lesley’s Facebook post. The pair had been at the East Kilbride branch of McDonald’s at the time.

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Alec Baldwin Will Get an Entire Saturday Night Live Episode to Make Fun of Trump

Alec Baldwin Will Get an Entire Saturday Night Live Episode to Make Fun of Trump
  • Jan 24, 2017
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In addition to airing some of the most piercing comedic satire going about our new president, Donald Trump, Saturday Night Live has also gotten very smart about who gets invited to host, Vanity Fair reports.

Last weekend, host Aziz Ansari weighed in on the rising trend of racism in the U.S., as well as Trump’s responsibility, as president, to heal a fractured nation.

For its next episode, the show has hired Kristen Stewart—an outspoken star who was once the target of Trump’s online bullying. And for February 11—historically a Valentine’s-themed show—S.N.L. has devised the perfect love letter to its fans, in the form of their presidential impersonator and trusty Trump teaser: Alec Baldwin.

Baldwin, of course, is one of S.N.L.’s most frequent hosts. He has become even more of a staple this season, cropping up to lampoon Trump in nearly every episode.

Baldwin has adopted his role as annoyance in chief with gusto: needling the president every chance he can get, Baldwin even showed up in person outside Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City last Thursday to do his impression for a crowd of anti-Trump protestors.

There’s also talk of Baldwin expanding his impression into a mysterious project outside of S.N.L.’s Studio 8H.

But first, it seems, we may get an idea of exactly how much of Baldwin’s Trump we can stand at any given time. The February 11 episode will allow the show’s writers to dream up presidential sketches that stretch beyond the cold open and the occasional pre-taped segment. Could we be in for an entire Trump episode? Would that be too much of a good thing?

Even if Baldwin doesn’t do any more than his usual amount of Trump, longtime fans of S.N.L. know we’re likely in for a treat. In September 2011, Baldwin beat Steve Martin’s record to become the most frequent host in the show’s long history. (Baldwin has hosted 16 times, Martin only 15.) Though Martin and possibly other S.N.L. stalwarts like Tom Hanks and Baldwin’s old boss, Tina Fey, will show up for a cameo or two. The upcoming show will be lucky number 17 for Baldwin; at this point, really, they should just make him an honorary member of the cast.

Watch also Alec Baldwin mocking Donald Trump over Russian dossier.

SNL’s “Shirtless Putin” Just Hilariously Mocked Trump’s Pathetic Inauguration Crowds

  • Jan 22, 2017
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Saturday Night Live just brought back its “shirtless Putin” character to roundly mock President Trump for his tiny inauguration turnout. Whereas President Obama in 2008 and 2012 turned out more than 1 million people, early estimates for Trump’s inauguration hover around 200,000.

In the clip, “Putin” congratulates Trump for his large inauguration turnout, before revealing that he’s mistaken it for today’s Women’s March, which was attended by far more people than Trump’s embarrassing fiasco.

Then, “Putin” pokes fun at Trump for going to the CIA today and telling them that 1 million people attended his inauguration, a bald-faced lie. “If you’re going to lie, don’t make it so obvious,” he suggests.

In closing, “Putin” makes a crack about how he helped Trump win the election, saying, “America, it’s going to be a long four years from many of you. Just remember, we’re in this together.”

Watch the full video below:

Twitt from The New York Times:

Top 20 Tweets About President Donald Trump’s Inauguration

  • Jan 21, 2017
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On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America.

Here are 20 best tweets people posted about  Trump’s inauguration:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10


11 12 13 14 15 16 17


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See also: “The internet feels you, Michelle.”

The internet is coping through Michelle Obama memes

The internet is coping through Michelle Obama memes
  • Jan 20, 2017
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As Mashable writes, while President Donald Trump was sworn in during Friday’s inauguration, Obama was on the sidelines saying it all with her pointed looks.

The internet feels you, Michelle.


See also: President Trump’s full inauguration speech.