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NFL Films and Scott Bakula (courtesy of Funny or Die) offer this important instructional video to teach their young players an important lesson: How Not to Murder People. Funny but NSFW due to language.

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So Jim Harbaugh wasn’t cursing at the official, he was just asking for some cake.

“THE NFL : A Bad Lip Reading” — A Bad Lip Reading of the NFL via kottke.org

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Depending on your point of view this is either the greatest or worst night of Dungeons & Dragons ever. NSFW due to language, but oh so damn funny!

Dungeons & Dragons & Bitches from Key & Peele

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Okay, aside from being a perfect send-up of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” (which is included after the jump if you’d care to compare), this parody by Teddie Film is a honest, if somewhat brutal, take on George Lucas and the changes to the Star Wars movies that we used to know.

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What happens when Disney’s Belle from Beauty and the Beast moves to the hood? Watch this very entertaining video from Todrick Hall to fnid out.

Beauty and the BEAT!

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For Twitter’s sixth anniversay Jimmy Kimmel asked a few celebrities (Joel McHale, David Cross, Rosanne Barr, Louis C.K., Jason Bateman, Kevin Nealon, Anna Faris, Busy Philipps, Will Ferrell, Kristen Bell, Will Arnett, Kathy Griffin, Andy Dick) to read some of their favorite tweets about themselves from fans.

Celebrities Read Tweets About Themselves via Get Cynical

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College Humor presents a very tongue-in-cheek low-tech Battlestar Galactica RPG that is definitely worth a look.

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Batman and Superman take some time-off from saving the day to argue about each other’s Facebook updates in this video from the folks at How It Should Have Ended.

How It Should Have Ended: Super Café: Super Social Network via Walyou

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For more than 30 years puppeeter Glen Soziak has been delighting audiences with his work behind the scenes operating the lifelike puppet known as Nicolas Cage.

Meet The Man Inside The Nicolas Cage Costume

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From Ryan Babcock and Lindsay Ames comes this 30 second web short made for MTV Clutch.

How to End a Date: Jenga

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