These Printable Disney-Themed Beer Labels Are Enchantingly Hilarious


It’s safe to say that the folks of at Halloween Costumes are pretty big fans of Disney. Taking some of their favorite Disney characters, the team created a series of beer labels based on the popular animated movies.

While Disney will probably never sign off on these parody beers, these guys definitely get points for the effort.

Check out some of the creative labels below. The rest of the 12-set labels can be found at Halloween Costumes where you can click on your favorites to print them out.

Beer Necessities


Circle of Suds


Dingle Hopper


Street Rat Stout



18 Mentos Parodies That Were Better Than The Original Commercials

Nothing represented the ’90s better than those cheesy 30-second commercials. Between the jingles and overexaggarated expressions, it just looked like everyone was having a blast. One of our favorites was a series of advertisements for the popular mint-candy Mentos.

This would be a typical Mentos spot:

Usually, the advertisements would feature a protagonist faced with an obstacle. Upon popping a Mentos, our hero figures out a way to overcome this obstacle. Then, FREEZE FRAME.

It was perfect.

With this formula in mind, we dug around the Internet and found some of the best fan parodies of the Mentos commercials around. Check them out below. Some may be more NSFW than others.



The Warriors

Star Wars

Total Recall

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Breaking Bad

Star Trek


Jurassic Park

The Exorcist

Best of the Best

Big Trouble In Little China

Pulp Fiction



Billy Madison

Demolition Man

Death Wish III


This Snack Video Is a Funny, Nostalgic and Horrific View of the ’90s

Ah, the ’90s. A time when cheesy dialogue, bad acting and sub-par special effects could still get you immensely hyped for a juice product. RocketJump, the guys behind Video Game High School, somehow found a way to recapture that magic. Creating a snack parody commercial surrounded by ’90s nostalgia, they definitely accomplished that feat.

The video features a fictionalized Big Game Liquid Slam, similar to Capri Sun, along with Big Game Pizza Pigskins. Innocent enough snacks, right?

We won’t spoil much, but anyone growing up in the era of the ’90s will sure appreciate the nod.

Check out the video, below. Fair warning, parts of the video can definitely be considered NSFW.


This Family Is All About That Baste, More Butter [Watch]


This might be the corniest parody of Meghan Trainor’s hit song All About that Baste, but it works. As goofy as it might seem, at least the family’s story makes sense and low-key makes you hungry.

The Holderness Family is trying to get their Thanksgiving dinner together, and apparently the father, who looks a lot like Jon Stewart, can’t be trusted with anything other than basting the turkey. He can’t mess that up, right?

He seems to be putting a hell of a lot of butter on the bird, so he’s on the right track.

Check out the basting action below:


Sesame Street’s Star Wars Parody is Ripe with Dessert References


The hit PBS children’s program Sesame Street recently uploaded a video parodying the relatively unknown space opera Star Wars.

Star S’mores follows the adventures of Luke Piewalker, Flan Solo and Chewie the Cookie as they embark on a quest to save Princess Parfaita. The video is a significantly condensed version of the original trilogy albeit with a more wholesome and cookie-heavy theme. With the Cookie Monster portraying Han, it’s not surprising.

Check out the video below. If you get past the fact that it’s aimed at children, count to four — the video is actually worth a decent chuckle and spot on in keeping with the Star Wars spirit.

Fast Food

In-N-Out, as Explained by Cartoons, a Comedian, and Jesus Christ


The cult of In-N-Out, to anyone who hasn’t yet been inducted into it, can seem a little insane. The lines are too long, the workers are too happy, the customization options are ridiculous, and why are there little religious verses everywhere?

Well, leave it to LA-based filmmaker and comedian Connor Kerrigan to come out and finally say what we’ve all been thinking. In a short animated clip, Kerrigan assays the ins and outs of the ironically named burger chain, from the number of cars in the drive-thru, even to how Jesus feels about the use of John 3:16 on the soda cups.

Spoilers: apparently even the Son of God isn’t safe from becoming an In-N-Out convert.

Check out the whole Monkey Style-fueled video below:


This Must-Watch Alternative Grey Poupon Ad Asks, ‘What Do You Poup-on?’


Imagine if dijon mustard brand Grey Poupon had ditched the stuffy, high-brow rich themes of their original commercial branding and instead opted for a more K-Martish ‘I ship my pants‘ type campaign. Thanks to YouTube user OBVS, we need not imagine any longer.

This satirical take on Grey Poupon’s phonetics finds the commercial actors being asked, “What do you poup-on?”

Could this be the resurgence Grey Poupon needs with the new millennial audience? You be the judge:


Successful Troll Successfully Opens ‘Dumb Starbucks’ in Los Angeles [STARBUCKS RESPONDS]


[UPDATED 2/10/14 10:43 p.m. PST] According to Business Insider, Starbucks has finally responded:

“We appreciate the humor but they can’t user our name,” Starbucks spokesman Kim Olson told CNNMoney. “It’s a protected trademark. It’s our trademark.”

Starbucks told Candice Choi at The Associated Press that it’s planning on getting in touch with the shop’s owners.

A new coffee shop called “Dumb Starbucks” opened in Los Angeles this weekend and has become the talk of the town in social media today.

The shop is staffed by two baristas who have been serving free coffee all weekend. As you can see, the line forms out the door.

The shop pretty much uses the exact same logo and design of Starbucks, only with the word “Dumb” in front of it. According to the Wall Street Journal:

“We are aware of it and looking into it,” a Starbucks spokesman said. He added that Dumb Starbucks is  “obviously” unaffiliated with the Seattle based chain.

Here is a look at their menu:


Is this all legal you ask? According to their FAQ, this is what the owners had to say:


There are also Yelp reviews now too:

dumb-starbucks-yelp If we have any lawyers that read our site, your comments below would be appreciated. For everyone else that is in Los Angeles, here is where the store is located: