Comedic writer and actor, Woody Fu has recently noticed something; there are hardly any Asian men in the porn industry. Think about it – how many Asian men do you see when you’re watching adult entertainment sites like videoshd on your computer. Woody’s frustration has now turned into a skit showcasing exactly what he means. When searching for a little ‘personal time’, Fu with help of Siri does his best to find a specific type of porn video. Things don’t go as planned. Watch it below. If you’re not into porn sketches and prefer the real thing, you could look into adult actresses such as Beth Bennet.
We’ve all heard the saying, “It aint fun if the homies can’t have none”, and Lamorne Morris has now turned it into a song. For his music video ‘CMNFT’, Lamorne brings out over-the-top outfits, hair pieces, and a dope beat for us all to enjoy. The hook of the song gets straight to the point and we can only advise that you don’t listen to this at work or around the children. We just saw Morris over the weekend helping honor Martin Lawrence at VH1’s Hip-Hop Honors.
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Now it’s been a minute since we last seen Dormtainment release a sketch but the crew delivered their newest viral piece a few days ago, Black Pool Party. In the new sketch the guys invite out several familiar faces like Cynthia LuCiette, Reedo Brown, and Precious Comedy to enjoy a pool party. But for whatever reason, nobody wants to get in the pool.
“I’m my own heckler” is something you’ve probably never heard a comedian say but that’s not the case for fearless comedian Benny Feldman. The stand-up comedian who was diagnosed with Tourette’s recently uploaded a new set of jokes for his followers and has gained a lot of attention because many have never seen such a performance. Take a look for yourself.
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Scoring an own goal in soccer can often be humiliating and unavoidable, but it can also be hilarious for everyone apart from the player in question. Here is an attempt to categorize that hilarity, with special mentions for some of the most sublime ways to guide a ball into your own net.
1. The Unfortunate Deflection
The most common type of own goal is the result of a wayward shot unwittingly guided into the net by a despairing defender. On occasion, that defender will unwittingly guide it with their face, but for the most part, this type of own goal is a blameless and forgettable affair.
2. The Striker’s Finish
Human instinct dictates that when you see a loose ball, your first inclination is to smash it as hard as possible towards a goal. When you’re a defender, this can be a hazardous desire. The most auspicious moment of Santiago Vergini’s time at EPL side Sunderland is when he arrived in the box to perfectly volley into the corner of his net. Vergini is outdone by Milan Gajic of Young Boys in Switzerland, however, as you can see in the clip below. Gajic, frustrated by St Gallen’s attempts to control the ball, decides to show them how it’s done with a thumping finish.
3. The Misplaced Pass
This may sound like the most innocuous category, but it features some of the most aesthetically pleasing own goals. Lee Dixon’s attempted back-pass for Arsenal which resulted in lobbing the hapless goalkeeper from 40 yards is sensationally bad. But when it comes to individuality, Sammy Ndjock of Minnesota United trumps them all. A Cameroonian international, his national team has enjoyed recent success with their African Cup of Nations victory, and in terms of international football betting their odds of 400/1 to win the next World Cup are attractive. If they are to be the first African team to win the World Cup, it’ll be handy to have a goalkeeper who doesn’t throw the ball into his own net.
4. The Wild Swipe
Sometimes, defenders do try to clear the ball with a no-nonsense hoof upfield, and sometimes it ends up in their net anyway. Vincent Kompany’s sliced clearance for Manchester City dropped perfectly in the far corner against Fulham in 2013, much to the delight of Fulham and Manchester United fans everywhere.
5. The Unnecessarily Acrobatic
This is perhaps the most difficult category to comprehend. There are simple ways to clear a ball, from heading it out to belting it downfield. Sometimes defenders elect to pirouette and flip in an attempt to clear a ball. This is not advisable. Djimi Traore’s backheel for Liverpool is one of the more iconic own goals, but Festus Baise, then of Citizen in Hong Kong, outdoes him in terms of difficulty. There’s a time and place to deploy a scorpion kick, and that time is never when you’re a centre-back trying to defend a cross.
This is by no means a comprehensive list, because every day somewhere a footballer will be discovering a new and ridiculous way to score into his own net.
All Def Digital’s DoBoy and Teddy Ray sit down to play an interesting game of Smash Or Pass. They got the chance to share all of their uncensored thoughts when it came to the bedroom with certain celebrities. They nearly giving everyone a thumbs up; watch what happens.
King Bach isn’t new when it comes to spoofing award winning actor Denzel Washington. So with Denzel back in theaters with new film ‘Fences’ it was only right for Bach to return with his impression of Washington. Along with comedic actress Bresha Webb (As Viola Davis), Greg Davis, Alphonso McAuley, Tahir Moore, and Destorm we get to see a much different version of the dramatic film.
Another day at the office for the All Def Digital family. In another segment of Roast Me; several of the series stars sat down and began randomly roasting each other. A few familiar faces joined in on the festivities including comedian Teddy Ray, IAmDoBoy, Kev On Stage, Clint Coley, Brandon Brody, Tahir Moore, and others.
Several years ago, California based comedian James Davis took over the net when he began releasing a rap version of President Barack Obama. Using the name Baraka Flaka Flame; Davis and his videos would feature beats and a more raw version of Obama. Now with President O leaving office, Davis comes out of retirement to announced Baraka Flaka Flame’s 3 Peat! Brought to you by All Def Digital.
Back in March, online creative JustLatasha (Latasha Mercer) decided to tackle a few issues in society involving race, friendships, and more with her series ‘Sit Back & Relax’. The series follows the life of Maya and her white best friend Lana who look to share perspectives on dating, race, and life. JustLatasha went on to deliver 5 episodes of the series. Check out the first three.
Sit Black & Relax is a comedy web series Written, Produced & Directed by JustLatasha, who is a comedic social issue commentator. The series chronicles an interracial friendship that explores the gray areas of race.
Catch the rest of the series on her channel:JustLatasha
A few days ago we caught up with comedian Mario P out of New Orleans, who has now released a video spoof on his character Lil G. For the spoof, Mario as Lil G takes viewers Behind The Music of the self made rapper & ceo. One thing about Lil G he doesn’t let his height slow him down but instead uses it apart of his strategy to take over the rap game.