Kevin Bacon Explains The 80s To Millennials

The 1980s were a magical time but they are in danger of being lost forever. Two time Saturn award nominee Kevin Bacon is trying to make sure that never happens. Promoting ’80s awareness, Bacon reminds us that before Google there were phone books, instead of Apps we had the Rubik’s Cube, parachute pants were a joy unto themselves.

If there is anyone out there that can save the ’80s, it’s Kevin Bacon. Godspeed to you sir.

Darth Vader – A Look Back

As part of their 10-year anniversary, Facebook created a “Look Back” video for every user that “compiles your highlights since joining.” And if we are really honest with ourselves, most of these are a just compilation of poor hair choices, cheesy status updates, and stolen quotes from Upworthy and aren’t really worth the minute it takes to watch.

Thanks to YouTuber Joshua Dill, that all changes; you can now see Darth Vader’s Look Back, complete with well-”liked” posts of “No, I am your father!” and shared pictures captioned ‘Slayin’ jedi. Darkside FTW!’

Beware watching this video however, it is likely filled with a wretched hive of scum and villainy.

A new Star Wars film, Episode 7, is due for release on December 18, 2015.

If Brands’ Slogans Were More Honest, It Might Look A Little Like This

Truth in advertising seems like such a contradiction in terms these days. But Clif Dickens, the man behind, is trying in his own way to change that. Dickens has become an internet sensation by ever so slightly modifying brands slogans by calling them out for how their products are actually used by consumers. Honestly, you might be more inclined to buy some of these products if their slogans made as much as sense as the ones that Dickens has created.

“All advertising is puffery, trying to have this target audience live in this bubble where the product is glorious,” Dickens said. “The whole idea is that everyone knows that’s not true. The whole idea is stripping all this down, cut the BS and ‘Here’s what I really think about this.’”

It’s funny cause it’s true:















Broncos vs Seahawks Mascots in This Is SportsCenter Ad

Tensions run high as the Super Bowl approaches.

At SporcleHQ we have many a Seahawks fan (being based in Seattle and all), but there is a Bronco fan in our midst as well. This SportsCenter commercial captures the tension quite nicely.

Trivia factoid for ya: The Broncos’ mascot is named Miles, while the Seahawks’ mascot is named Blitz.

‘Why Did I Get This Tattoo Of A Mustache?

NFL Bad Lip Reading: Back And Better Than Ever!

The folks at Bad Lip Reading are back at it again with a new NFL version. With Peyton Manning, Dez Bryant, Jim Harbaugh, and many more in this installment.

Our favorite might be Colin Kaepernick describing his secret agent mission abroad. These are so spot on it’s hard to tell which is true or false.

This Could Be The Greatest Sports Commercial Of All Time

Foot Locker, which promoted the brand’s “Week Of Greatness 2013” in November, released this incredible commercial including appearances by Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Dennis Rodman and Brett Favre.

The ad spoofs several memorable sports story-lines and is more than a little hilarious for even the passing sports fan. Check it out: