Where's Kris Jenner when you need her?? As we reported, last month, Kendall and Kylie Jenner stirred up controversy when they tried to sell $125 vintage tees which superimposed the reality TV star's faces, social media stats, and "KK" logo over images of music icons including Tupac, Pink Floyd, Metallica, Kiss, The Doors, and Black Sabbath.
Three actresses reenacted the harrowing story of a woman named Angela's confrontation with two Bath & Body Works employees as she tried to exchange her Peach Bellini candles back in 2012, Drunk History-style, which the woman had previously recounted in an epic YouTube rant.
Please join me for "Oh Jen, Your Ass Is Gonna Get Reamed": A Dramatic Recreation of one woman's harrowing journey to Bath & Body Works for a $&%^$&* CANDLE THAT I HAVE BEEN ON YOU ABOUT FOR A WEEK! And I said "a live person!?"
Sometimes you hear a story so amazing that you just have to bring it to life through the medium of short film reenactment. And, because occasionally the world can be a wonderful place filled with all kinds of unexpected joy and hilarity, some incredible performers have come together to re-create the now-legendary Epic Bath & Body Works Rant.
Earlier this month, the Internet had a collective freakout when a 2012 vlog from Angela, a Bath & Body Works fan from Wisconsin, went viral. However, while everyone enjoyed following the saga between Angela and "Jen" from the Appleton Bath & Body Works, the only footage we had to go off of was Angela's old vlog.
Check out this amazing re-creation of the fateful day Jen From Appleton entered Az4angela's life. Sometimes you hear a story so amazing that you just have to bring it to life through the medium of short film reenactment.
An almost two-year-old rant detailing one woman's failed attempt to procure Winter Candy Apple and Iced Ginger Bread candles from Bath & Bodyworks by YouTuber Az4Angela recently went viral (here's a Tumblr devoted to it). I understand that description is not exactly sexy but Az4Angela's whipping of herself into a tizzy for nearly 12 minutes over these candles simply must be seen to be believed.
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Remember Angela's Bath & Body Works rant? That YouTube video posted in 2012 and uncovered last month is basically still winning the Internet. It's such a big deal across the country, in fact, that a Wisconsin native and Hollywood filmmaker got his friends together to produce a short parody film.
Remember that unbelievable YouTube rant about Bath and Body Works? Well, this time Angela from Neenah and Jen from Appleton are back in a LIVE DRAMATIC VERSION of the best candle fight in retail history. Check out this reenactment of that awesome video, which I like to call The Peach Bellini Candle Smelled 'Round the World.
Tommy Chong has just given stoners everywhere a reason to want a Lincoln after releasing a spoof on the heavily lambasted car advert by the Oscar winner. Released on Tuesday, the iconic pot smoking comedian also takes a long journey in the American-made vehicle but this time is not plugging cars but wipes that remove the smell of marijuana - something that is rather useful in the 76-year-old's life.
Forget winter, @DirtyCues is coming! #gameofthrones #got #comedy June 8, 2015 Winter is coming... and so is the drama! Only on Braavos. The first 10 seconds of this awesome Game of Thrones parody already had me cracking up at my desk.
The night is dark and full of cat fights. We finally got the Game of Thrones–Real Housewives mashup we’ve wanted for ages, and it’s just as delectable as we could’ve imagined.
Among neighbors often been at war for small things, but they, the "real housewives of Westeros" are fighting for something far more important: the absolute control of the neighborhood! Here's The Real Housewives of Westeros , a funny parody of the YouTube channel Dirty Cues inspired by the famous American reality with rich housewives protagonists! (Google translated from Italian)
The Game of Thrones season finale is already upon us, and is certain to keep us on the edge of our seats with epic battles and horrific deaths. So before we venture down that intense road tonight, let's take a walk on the lighter side with The Real Housewives of Westeros.
(PG-13 content) In this funny parody by , the women of Game of Thrones, Sansa Stark, Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, Margaery Tyrell, Melisandre, and Ellaria, stir up drama in their upcoming Bravo reality series, The Real Housewives of Westeros. [ dirtycues/via theawesomer]
If you think Game of Thrones has a lot of drama on screen, you should see what happens behind-the-scenes. "The Real Housewives of Westeros," a new parody video from Dirty Cues Productions, imagines what goes on between the leading ladies between episodes of the hit series.Will Sansa Stark [...]
Game of Thrones meets The Real Housewives in this hilarious Game of Thrones video parody. All your favorite Game of Thrones cast members get REAL. Sansa Stark, Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, Margaery Tyrell, Melisandre, and Ellaria Sand get cast as the Real Housewives of Westeros. See ...
Game of Thrones gets a The Real Housewives parody while star Kit Harington judges Jon Snow impersonators, Keanu Reeves gets arrested, Jurassic World gets a puppy parody and celebrities play the new Batman video game
" The Real Housewives of Westeros" by Dirty Cues, is a silly parody of both Game of Thrones and the Bravo "Real Housewives" franchise by showing what would happen if the several of strongest female characters of Westeros were forced to socially interact with each other, reality style.
The ladies of "Game of Thrones" become the "Real Housewives" as YouTube sensations Dirty Cues turn their parody skills to the Seven Kingdoms. "The Real Housewives of Westeros" is made up of Sansa Stark, Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, Margaery Tyrell, Melisandre and Ellaria Sand.
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Winter is still coming├óΓé¼┬ª and so is the DRAMA!!! A couple of years ago, Saturday Night Live made an epically hilarious sketch spoofing Disney and Real Housewives with The Real Housewives of Disney! Now, Dirty Cues has taken a similar approach with the ladies of Game of Thrones in the ...
You don't have to love Game of Thrones or the Real Housewives franchise to appreciate this spot-on parody of the shows. The Real Housewives of Westeros comes courtesy of the comedy web series from Dirty Cues Productions, and it's ridiculously entertaining.
"Winter is still coming... and so is the drama!" This spoof from Dirty Cues takes the backstabbing and murder-plotting from the women of Game of Thrones , and conveniently drops it into a Real Housewives template. I mean, aside from the incest, Cersei herself is basically a Real Housewives caricature set in a fantasy world already, so the combination seems pretty natural.
Okay, so The Real Housewives of Westeros isn't going to be an actual reality show or addition to Bravo's Real Housewives franchise. It couldn't be because it's based off of HBO fantasy drama Game Of Thrones. Regardless, it makes for great sketch comedy which was recently uploaded to the Dirty Cues YouTube channel.
Tomorrow will air in the US on the last episode of the fifth season of Game of Thrones . While waiting to witness the dramatic events of the episode, the YouTube channel of Dirty Cues , specializes in parodies, has released a fun film entitled The Real Housewives of Westeros, inspired by the famous reality show with housewives protagonists. In the video you can well see Sansa looking for a husband not psychopathic, Dany with some problem caused by her "puppies", Ellaria that is not accepted by the group, Margaery trying to conquer the kingdom by marrying the featured king, Cersei with its wine and Melisandre that the unorthodox methods to conquer a man.
If you're not an adult or college student, but you still want to dress up like the petite diva for Halloween, you can dress up as sexy Ariana Grande. Check out the video below for some tips and tricks on how to perfect your costume.
Who watches Game of Thrones? I do, and the finale was last night which makes me sad. Lucky for me, I get to watch all my favorite ladies of Westerns on their new show! Just kidding, but it would be kinda funny. Dirty Cues specializes in creating pop culture parodies on YouTube and did not disappoint when plugging our favorite ladies from Game of Thrones into the popular Bravo franchise.
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Speaking of spoof videos, remember that "COPS" parody set in Manitowoc County from January? The video, from Brookfield native Cesar Gamino and his Dirty Cues Productions, featured a pair of Manitowoc County Sheriffs Department deputies engaging in some tomfoolery, including using their power to score Packers tickets and gain access to the last brats at a barbecue.
Bad boys bad boys, whatchya gonna do when they come for you? In this parody, the "bad boys" aren't the citizens, but the incompetent cops of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Manitowoc County is the place where Making A Murderer took place, don't ya know?! Oh boy, oh ya. What a shame.
"COPS Manitowoc Sheriff Episode" is the title of the latest work from Cesar Gamino, a Brookfield native who now is based in Los Angeles. (You can tell he's from Wisconsin because they nail the accent.)
In the wake of the juggernaut success of Netflix's Making a Murderer , people have Very Important Opinions on whether or not subject Steven Avery actually did the crime he's sitting in jail for.
This Brilliant 'Making A Murderer' Parody Follows The Manitowoc Sheriff's Dept. As They Ruin Innocent Peoples' Lives Ya Know
Whether you believe Steven Avery is guilty or innocent, it's tough to argue the utter incompetence of the Manitowoc Sheriff's Department in the entire dubious investigation.
We don't know why somebody hasn't thought of it already, but thankfully the good folk of comedy web series Dirty Cues have gone and made the 'COPS' parody of Making a Murderer we...
https://youtu.be/y_vDQjms_V4 This Making A Murderer parody of COPS follows the Manitowoc Sheriff's Department around as they tackle Manitowoc's toughest criminals. They uses the exact same techniques as witnessed on the hit Netflix series that takes place in the same county.
"Bad cops, bad cops. Whatcha gonna do when they come for you?" The music kind of says it all. Keep watching for the Wisconsin accents, though.
The Manitowoc Sheriff's Department has received criticism from all around the world after the release of documentary series 'Making A Murderer' and its handling of the trial of Steven Avery, with many believing he was framed by law enforcement for the murder of Teresa Halbach.
I know a lot of you have seen an episode of COPS more than likely playing a drinking game. I know a lot of you have watched Making A Murder on Netflix and a lot of you happened to become CSI detectives. Well, what would happen if you cross the two of them together. You get this wonderful spoof of COPS by the people at Dirty Cues.
The internet collectively gasped in horror earlier this month when a trio of young girls from Florida known as "The Freedom Girls" were recruited and possibly brainwashed to perform the "Official Donald Trump Jam" at a Donald Trump rally in Pensacola.
YouTube has some hilarious Game of Thrones videos, and we've made a master list of our favorites. Finishing out the top 10, you'll find numbers 6-10 below.
Imagine if all the posh ladies of Westeros had their own reality TV show in which they party hard, and gossip harder. Well it’s an actually thing in Dirty Cue’s “The Real Housewives of Westeros,” a spot-on parody of all those Real Housewives shows, right down to the promos and announcer. It has just as much wine and underhanded plotting as the original show. Which original? Um…both?
Let’s face it. Cats are the best (aka our supreme leaders). They already control the internet, so what else is there? World domination, of course! Now if only they had a theme song to assert their pervasiveness. Oh wait, the kitties totally rule the roost in the Pussyhood Get out the catnip! (WARNING: You sing this song outloud in the office you may get slapped)
Thankfully and happily, Susie Lohse and César Gamiño, the creators of this original web series, are taking a smart, campy, and very funny look at a very troubling and topical subject; money laundering by drug cartels in the USA.
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Women, wine and .. Dragons? Taking advantage of the closing of the fifth season of Game of Thrones, the channel Dirty Cues decided to make a fun jest with the series of HBO. Using some of the most beloved characters in the series - Sansa Stark, Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, Margaery Tyrell, Melisandre and Ellaria Sand - the channel adapts the text of The Real Housewives series to the fantastic universe of Westeros.
by Brittany High I like to keep my TV watching fair and balanced, which is to say, I take in quality programming as well as absolute trash. High brow with the latest Game of Thrones before low browing it with some The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills. Fortunately, the folks of Youtube channel Dirty Cues combined the two shows with this spoof, The Real Housewives Of Westeros. It’s pretty amazing. I would definitely watch that.
Because, why not? I liked the little details in this video, such as Sansa's constant snacking on lemon cakes, Ellaria's accent, Stannis' obsession with grammar and Cersei's snarky guarantee that her wine is "poison free". There is a soap opera quality to some of Martin's written work so a Real Housewives of Westeros makes sense.