Presenting "Fund Me Maybe," the worst "Call Me Maybe" parody yet to hit the internaughts. It's about venture capital and Silicon Valley and love, maybe? Anyways. It's horrible, and the band performing it (Feedbomb, because of course that's what they'd call themselves) is fronted by Mark Zuckerberg's sister Randi.
As of the time of publication, you have approximately one hour remaining to claim your $2.44 discount on Quicken Will Maker Premium 2012 from Amazon. Everything about this is just so terrifically, hopelessly, gleefully sad!
You might find this hard to believe: not everyone owns an iPhone or one of the several thousand decent Androids for sale or even a Windows phone. Crazy! But what's even more insane is the number of shockingly horrible dumbphones major US carriers are still selling like it's 2006. Here are the worst of the worst.
Nokia. Nokia, Nokia. You were doing things well. You made a smartphone that was well received, and looked nothing like an iPhone. People liked it. People are buying it. And then you created a video parody of Rack City. Nokia...
We don't say of all time with a light heart, but truly, these are the worst wedding photos of all time. Did a child take them? An elephant? A ghost? Every single one is godawful in its own godawful way.
If your only exposure to the art of compiling police composites comes from CSI or NCIS or ASDFJKL, you might think that modern law enforcement is all supercomputers and enhance machines. If only.
These ATMs would be perfect if the world was filled with giant oafs and little imps but uh, it's not. That's why they're so completely horrible—normal people can't reach one ATM because it's too high while they have to go down to their knees to use the other.