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Teens Migrating From Facebook To Comments Section Of Slow-Motion Deer Video

Studies show that more and more teenagers and young people are leaving Facebook, but where are they going?

You may be surprised to learn they are going to the comment section of a YouTube video of a deer running in slow motion.

Of course this ’news‘ is a spoof of real life by mock news agency The Onion, but it’s scary and hilarious how realistic this latest report sounds. 


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Aug 062013

YouTube, the most popular video sharing site on the planet, can now be accessed from your computer, television, and mobile device. The only thing missing YouTube is the car.

Not any more, thanks to Barely Political’s new car upgrade, CarTube, an new faux-application that turns your car into a veritable YouTube studio.  

Is CarTube safe? Of course it’s safe*. 

*Not safe. Please don’t YouTube while driving. 


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Aug 012013

For those who missed it, Daria was the dark and cynical animated series on MTV that lasted from 97-2002 which focused on  Daria Morgendorffer and her experience in school.  

College Humor has reignited the spark in Daria fans with this new faux-trailer for a Daria movie starring Parks and Rec famous Aubrey Plaza.


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Jul 182013

As a part of their #TVGoneWrong campaign, PBS channel THIRTEEN has debuted this trailer for the new faux-reality TV show Long Island Landscapers

The project is to point out how absurd everyday television has become, and help drum up support for more quality programming.


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Jun 132013

Last month, it seemed the buzz surrounding the return of a new season of Arrested Development on Netflix would never die down. And just like that, the excitement has faded.

But now, dedicated AD fan and computer animator Brian Anderson has helped create a new buzz surrounding the franchises with this new video of what he imagines an epic Arrested fighting game would look like. 

And fans seem to agree with his vision, helping the video go viral. Already, the clip is covered on KotakuNerdApproved, PleatedJeansDorkly, and CNet


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