Tag: Humor

Turning Random Posts Into Stunning Movie Posters




After: Obsession

A user that goes by the name of u/Your_Post_As_A_Movie takes the images that other Redactors post and turns them into awesome movie posters.



After: The Cricket Glass

After: The Cricket Glass

Source: This Reddit User Has Been Turning Random Posts Into Stunning Movie Posters – UltraLinx

RIP Garry Shandling


“Nice guys finish first. If you don’t know that, then you don’t know where the finish line is.”

– Garry Shandling

Source: Garry Shandling Dies at 66

RIP Joe Garagiola


I remember fondly listening to radio broadcasts of the Twins with my grandfather. We would sit outside enjoying the perfection of a northern Minnesota summer as Herb Carneal would call the game over the pint-size transistor connection to Metropolitan Stadium. That summer, Rod Carew was flirting to hit 400 and Herb’s color commentary were my stories.

Baseball’s broadcast cathedral was NBC’s Game of the Week with Joe Garagiola (a last name I could never correctly pronounce) calling play-by-play with a playful style that was emblematic of the game. That’s the year baseball hooked me good. RIP Joe.

“Baseball is drama with an endless run and an ever-changing cast.”
– Joe Garagiola

Source: Joe Garagiola, MLB Announcer and Player, Dies at Age 90 | Bleacher Report

The Perfect Football Prank

The perfect football prank on an unsuspecting fan during the UEFA Champions League match between A.S. Roma and Real Madrid. Well played Heineken, well played.

Source: Heineken | The Dilemma

If Walt Whitman Were a Greeting Card Writer


If Walt Whitman were a Greeting Card Writer

O Valentine! My Valentine!
Your face is everywhere;
I see it in the dead leaves;
I see it in the toadstools in the wood;
I see it in the lake scum and the swamp moss;
But I do not see it in the peat bogs;
O Valentine!
You are the bullfrog croaking and the jackal
howling and the buzzard screaming,
And occasionally the gopher thinking;
My heart is nature’s toothpaste tube, and
you are the force eternal that squeezes
out the final, itsy-bitsy sweetness;
O me!
O you!
O me! O you!
O us!
O Valentine!

Source: Martin Gardner’s Favorite Poetic Parodies