“Lord of the Crumbs” is a parody of The Lord of the Rings that is both educational and adorable.
Legend speaks of a dessert unimaginably sweet and delicious, and when it was destroyed all that remained was the dessert’s powerful recipe. It remained in the hands of a monster named Gobble for a long time, but when it disappeared, all cookies on Monster Earth disappeared along with it. It is up to Cookie Monster to use his memory and remember the recipe in order to bake the cookies in the fires of Mount Crumb.
But really, I just posted this to brag a little bit about the fact that I’m going to see a pre-screening of Desolation of Smaug tonight. HA.
Hiscox Insurance in the UK partnered up with The Viral Factory to create this funny little video showing some of the white lies that people tell over the holidays.
Christmas is the time of year to be kind, generous and merry. It is also the time when people tell rather a lot of little white lies. Here are our favourites.
But when it comes down to it, you mostly have a pretty great time on Christmas.
via hiscoxuk / thanks alex!
Paul Rudd hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend and had a few special appearances from former cast members Kristen Wiig and Fred Armisen during the cold open, with Will Ferrell making an appearance with a throwback sketch from his time at SNL.
One Direction, the boy band of this generation’s teeny boppers, were the musical guest and, of course, they got in on some of the action as well.
Then this parody of black holiday movies happened and it seemed a little racist, but I wasn’t exactly sure why I felt that way. Then I laughed at a few parts and felt bad.
Overall, having Paul Rudd host was a good and safe option, because he’s funny and he’s a total babe and has the star power to bring in some special guests. And by special guests, I mean all the people who are going to be in Anchorman 2.
Check out the rest of the sketches below.