Jul 262015
Youtube Complaints 2015

There’s no doubt that one of the most popular websites in the entire world is YouTube. You can find nearly everything on the largest video streaming site, from hilarious comedy sketches, to news, to educational videos. But now that YouTube has become so prevent, viewers and content creators are finding more and more things to complain about. After covering it before, Barely Productions is back with another hilarious episode of their annual YouTube complaints in real life. 


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Jul 202015
If Dating Websites Were People

It wasn’t that long ago that you only had a few options if you were looking to find a date on the Internet. But now, there are literally endless options to help you find whatever kind of match you are looking for online, be it a short term hook up or a long term relationship. That got Cracked thinking, what would dating sites look like if they were people…?


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Jul 172015
Captcha Is The Worst

Is there anything worse than filling out a long online form only to find a Captcha test at the end. The reason companies use Captcha, which stands for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart, is to stop spamming computer programs from nefariously signing up for services. But as the spamming programs have become smarter, the Captcha tests have become more difficult as well. Almost too difficult, explains Video Game Dunkey in this ridiculous viral video


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Jul 162015
If People Said Happy Birthday Like They Do On Facebook

It wasn’t that long ago when people had to actually remember the dates of their friends’ birthdays. But now, thanks to Facebook, that’s just a thing of the past. When it is someone’s birthday, people usually post the a couple different versions of the same happy birthday greeting on their wall. But what if this took place in real life? It might look something like this sketch by the folks at College Humor.


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Jul 092015
Conan Parodies Mad Max While Driving To Comic Con

After waiting seemingly forever, one of the most popular nerd conventions in the world, Comic-Con, is about to begin. Not wanting to miss any of the action, Conan and his side kick Andy Rickter channeled their inner Mad Max for an epic drive down to San Diego where they will be recording Conan for the next week. 


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