A very funny and cute compilation of jokes and just cute laughs from Talking Tom. His voice just has me laughing before I even here the punch line… Enjoy!!
Talking Tom is a fully animated interactive 3D character that users can tickle, poke and play with in the apps. Users can also get Tom to repeat what they say. The originalTalking Tom Cat app was launched in July 2010 for iOS, closely followed by Talking Tom 2 in 2011. Talking Tom 2 achieved over 1.8 million in the first two days of its launch and was ranked in first place on the app charts in 70 countries worldwide.
Hilarious TSA Parody, Sung to the tune “Grandma Got Ran Over by a Reindeer”. An original song parody by Donny Aldridge.
Hilarious TSA Parody, Sung to the tune “Grandma Got Ran Over by a Reindeer”. An original song parody by Donny Aldridge. Singer/songwriter, political satirist. As posted on WeWontFly.com, who wrote: Entertaining song… I love all this comedy that is coming out. We’re winning!
Language warning: Some of the lyrics are crude, but is it far from the truth at airports?
The track “Mississippi Squirrel Revival” is the only Top 40 single from this album, reaching No. 20 on Hot Country Singles (now Hot Country Songs) in early 1985.
Stevens uses comic storytelling to frame what occurs when a young adolescent boy catches a squirrel (while visiting his grandmother in Pascagoula, Mississippi), brings it into church, where several self-righteous members – all with sinful secrets to hide – are prominent members … and the squirrel breaks loose from a box the boy has kept it in. As the squirrel wreaks havoc, several members admit to their fellow congregation members their faults, and by song’s end they all make a vow to change.
“The Streak” is a popular country/novelty song written, produced, and sung by Ray Stevens. It was released in March 1974 as the lead single to his album Boogity Boogity. “The Streak” capitalized on the then popular craze of streaking
Each of the three verses starts with a news reporter, played by Stevens, commenting on a streaking incident somewhere around town, and trying to interview one of the witnesses, who always turns out to be the same man, also played by Stevens. The witness tells what he saw and relates how he tried to warn his wife, Ethel, not to look (“Don’t look, Ethel!”), but is always too late. After each interview, a chorus is sung by multiple voices; the chorus is the only part of the song that is actually sung; the rest is spoken. After the third interview, the man sees the streaker again, but to his horror the streaker is joined by his wife, and the man changes his tune: “Ethel, you shameless hussy!”, as well as “You get your clothes on!”, and “Say it ain’t so, Ethel”
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What this Mule Deer has on his Antler will amaze you
This very sweet and friendly Mule Deer has something you’d never expect stuck on his antler, watch and see… It’s hard to believe that a deer could find such a thing in the wilderness and get it stuck on his antler and plus be so friendly to this fisherman at the same time.
Just a WOW moment of a video!!
Credit to Ben Lzicar for videoing this amazing moment!!
Fishin’ Ain’t So Bad, PLEASE BE AWARE – You MUST have an open imagination and sense of humor to watch this cartoon, this is not for everyone, but those of you who “get the joke” should get some great laughs!!