Who’s In Charge Here

The Nightcap


“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” – Pablo Picasso

Dad Is In Charge

There is nothing funnier than a dad being left in charge of the children. Without a doubt, mothers know how to handle the kids with ease–or so it seems. Dads, on the other hand, continue to prove that they have their own style when it comes to taking care of the kids when mom is away.

In this hilarious compilation video, we have fathers who have the ability to find creative ways to get the kids ready for school, do their hair, or simply create fun activities when the kids seem bored. Let’s just say, the ideas that these fathers come up with would surely disturb mom if she saw.

The beautiful thing about having dad around and involved is that he brings his own creativity to the relationship. He’s a nurturer in his own way and he has the ability to show love in a way that is different

You’re Killing Us

Evidence continues to point in the direction of poor people being harmed in some way. The government, for example, has proven time and time again that they are willing to risk the lives of poor people. Proof of this theory can be found in this video where the government sprayed toxic poison in the air of a poor neighborhood to test its effect on the people who lived there.

It would be far from politically correct to say that the government tests deadly poison on poor people because they feel those people fail to contribute to society in any economically feasible way. It would be politically incorrect to even state that most people view poor people as human drains on our system.

Anyone would think these things until they somehow find themselves in the poor person’s shoes. That’s when they suddenly understand that poor people are actually people too.

Tom Hiddleston as Thor

Tom Hiddleston gets embarrassed by unreleased footage of him auditioning for the part of Thor, and Jimmy tests his ability to cry on command like he does daily for his Broadway show, Betrayal.

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