Jeff Bezos has announced he is stepping down as CEO for Amazon, and we believe it is for him to focus on his dream role of Professor X in the MCU.
Now that Disney owns the rights to Marvel and Fox, it is only a matter of time until a new X-Men movie is made. And the bald headed wheelchair bound Professor X will surely be in it. Bezos, disappointed Amazon did not get the rights from Fox first, knows there is still a chance to land the role as a regular actor. However, running one of the biggest companies in the world and lobbying to be casted for a role is just too time consuming.
A man in Kentucky was caught driving a vehicle with a fake tag. Not expired, not wrong vehicle, but this tag was completely hand drawn. However, he didn’t seem to put the tag year on it. This deserves definitely an A for effort, but bad execution.
From corny dad jokes to comic legends who use one-liners like Mitch Hedberg and Steven Wright, they are always good for a quick punch. Rather witty or goofy, One-liner jokes are fun for everyone. Many may try not to laugh at them. All one-liners in our collection are one sentence jokes.
I’m Against picketing but I don’t know how to show it. – Mitch Hedberg
I sprayed spot remover on my dog and he disappeared. – Steven Wright
The strange way that Trump stands what first brought to attention on Twitter. While he does stand like a centaur, or a constipated bear, it is extra strange how much Trump stands like Yogi Bear. Could Yogi be his mentor, and not a centaur? Judge for yourself.
Here is some of our favorite new memes based off Facebook’s new heart reaction emoji. BTW, I haven’t got mine yet. You think I don’t care enough Facebook? Can this broken heart not love? Here’s the memes.
If Freiza gets ahold of all 7 react emojis, will Goku be able to defeat him?
This past weekend SNL showed some of what its best known for, absurd parodies. Featuring the Grouch from Sesame Street as the main character in a spoof of the hit Joker movie. This fake trailer hits it right on the head. Although silly in nature, it still points out the absurd amount of remaking and retailing going on today.