Remy parodies Pharrell Williams’ hit song “Happy” in this tribute to Tax Day on Reason TV. Rejoin us here on LOL next Tuesday for another peek at the lighter side of life. — The Wickel
President Ronald Reagan was perhaps the most respected Commander in Chief of the modern era. He was charismatic, stern and matter of fact. And there’s no mistaking that Reagan loved to tell a joke. In the following compilation, spanning his years in the White House, see how mesmerizing his sense of humor really was.
The award-winning “Breaking Bad” drama was as serious and heart-wrenching a series as any on American television, but it did have its light moments. In this edition of LOL, enjoy a compilation of Season 2 bloopers, as the usually subdued Walter White and spaced-out Jesse share some laughs. And don’t forget to rendezvous with LOL next Tuesday for another cruise through the lighter side of life. — The Wickel
Best estimates are April Fools Day dates back to 1582 France during the reformation of the calendar. Back then, people celebrated New Year’s Day for eight days–March 25 to April 1. With the new calendar system, the eighth day moved from April 1 to January 1. Many people didn’t know of the change until years later and continued the ritual of celebrating New Year’s for eight days. Those who were informed of the change and adjusted their calendars made fun of the “fools” who were uninformed. The ridiculing evolved into a tradition of playing pranks on other people and spread across the planet like wildfire. And the rest, as they say, is a lot of foolishness! Come on back here to LOL next Tuesday for another dose of the lighter side of life. — The Wickel
Kerry and Lu and the Ugg Girls invade a British mall, much to the dismay of security guards, in this edition of BBC Comedy. Don’t forget to come on back here to LOL next Tuesday for another look at the lighter side of life.–The Wickel
Get ready to roll in the aisles after reading the following nine Urban Dictionary definitions. Among them is nerdjack, defined as dominating conversation with obscure passion. Check out the definitions of sporking, clutch oven, Irish handcuffs and manther in this edition of BuzzFeedVideo. See you next Tuesday here on LOL for another shot of the lighter side of life. — The Wickel
Johnny Carson delivers a classic performance as a host of celebrities celebrate the career of Don Rickles at the Friars Roast Club in New York City. Among Carson’s stinging statements: “I remember with fond memories the many quiet evenings we spent together. I only wish they hadn’t been on my show.” Check back with LOL next Tuesday afternoon for another dose of the lighter side of life. — The Wickel
News reporters on live TV certainly had their share of bloopers in 2013. The faux pas ranged from profane slips of the tongue to on-camera demonstrations gone wrong to video of intimate animals. Be sure to come back to LOL next Tuesday for another exciting stroll through the lighter side of life. — The Wickel
Jodi Miller, host of NewsBusted, one of the Internet’s most popular video blogs, had a previous life as a stand-up comic. In this sketch, Miller explains her audience where the term “cougar” came from. See you back here on LOL next Tuesday for another edition of the lighter side of life. — The Wickel
In one of the funniest moments ever on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, Don Rickles makes a surprise appearance while Carson is in the middle of an interview with Frank Sinatra. What follows is the comedic magic of Rickles. Be sure to revisit us here on LOL next Tuesday for another snapshot of the lighter side of life.