Funny Or Die brings Samuel L. Jackson into the fold this time around for their latest video. Jackson`s role in this one is of himself getting berated by people in the streets that all have a problem with him causing people they know to have horrible lives because of the movie roles he has played in the past. Watch the video below. This one is good.
Man, it's hard being a man. Especially a white man. Getting paid more for doing the same job than women or other ethnicities, getting oh-so-many opportunities flung at your face on the regular, and let's not even get into all those other privileges afforded to white men simply for being white. It's tough out there, and thank the Lord (who is obvi a white man) that the video below finally points out our struggle.
Created by FunnyOrDie, the video documents one white man's walk through NYC for the span of 10 hours. Rude and crude passersby politely respect his authority, offer him jobs, and hand him Starbucks gift cards while screaming "buy yourself a latte with that card! Pumpkin spice season son!" Truly shocking and eye-opening stuff.
Okay, so unless you lack a single funny bone, I'll note the above was pure sarcasm and the video is actually satire. A spoof on the now-infamous "10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman" video, created to showcase the issue of street harassment, the man-centric version below does the same, pointing out the stark differences between the genders and the privilege held by the male gender.
Check out FunnyOrDie's "10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Man" below.
Zach Galifianakis is a comedic genius, and if you don't think so, his Justin Bieber interview will prove you wrong. As part of his ongoing series 'Between Two Ferns' on Funny or Die, Galifianakis hosts a mock talkshow interview with the acclaimed, and super douchey, teen idol.
Galifianakis is perfect in the role of interviewer, and doesn't hold back on ripping into Bieber. Topics of conversation include Bieber's 'young punk attitude,' whether or not he'll ever make something that isn't shitty, and the possibility of Anne Frank being a 'belieber.' Bieber, either totally unaware or going with the gag, isn't too terrible either. See the hilarity ensue below.
Was Galifianakis too harsh, or did Bieber TOTALLY have it coming? Post your reaction in the comments below.