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  • Mike's Farm Tyler's Table
    Mike's Farm Tyler's Table Ай бұрын +939

    The duck grease joke is going to have me dying laughing at random points all day.

    • Suzy Moroka
      Suzy Moroka 7 сағат бұрын

      Me too! Dave Chappell is the best 😂😂

    • Suzy Moroka
      Suzy Moroka 7 сағат бұрын +1

      @Judith Randall that’s not funny at all though

    • Scarlett Felske
      Scarlett Felske Күн бұрын


    • dark fader
      dark fader 2 күн бұрын

      No shade but whoever styled Christina p just aged her like 20 years

    • Madonna Hood
      Madonna Hood 12 күн бұрын +2

      Dave is a funny dude.

  • Megan Noe
    Megan Noe Ай бұрын +1518

    Jo Koy isn't just a comedian, he's a story teller that knows how to pull his audience into his act.

    • XiX85
      XiX85 21 сағат бұрын

      Jo Koy sucks

    • seeya205
      seeya205 Күн бұрын

      All the greats do! They make up funny stories.

    • JonS_VLog
      JonS_VLog Күн бұрын

      Hi Megan

    • Memo Gutierrez
      Memo Gutierrez 6 күн бұрын

      I'm late to this game but that right there? That's a gen z response.

    • Mandoguy
      Mandoguy 7 күн бұрын

      @Holly Fowlkes I didn't know Tacoma was in China

  • Queen B
    Queen B Ай бұрын +914

    My son and I are failing math 😂

    • Amy Stuckey
      Amy Stuckey 16 сағат бұрын

      So true!!! We are failing math! It sucks

    • Diamond Lewis
      Diamond Lewis 3 күн бұрын

      That was the best one

    • Janna Davies
      Janna Davies 7 күн бұрын

      🐣 1:11

    • Amber D
      Amber D 7 күн бұрын


    • Lillan Irvin
      Lillan Irvin 9 күн бұрын

      @Julie Proctor them my od

  • Erin B
    Erin B Ай бұрын +568

    By far the funniest stuff I've heard in a long time! Lord, I thought I was the only parent who thought this way! 🤣

    • florkgagga probba
      florkgagga probba 9 күн бұрын

      Mine is 11. Wife and me ofc have differences - I tend to help him more to make it "easier" but I also digress A LOT, she wants him to spend endless hours on math problems or geography, in my view, just like she tells him to eat everything from the plate after it already got cold, i say that this is making him hate food - while my way is "man, you've been watching youtube for an hour now, it's 7:30 pm, so only 2,5h more to go, then if you are hungry would you mind coming by the table - oh and let me know about a change of plans if you can, so i don't need to reheat the risotto for a fourth time, ok? After that some TV and then around midnight we could maybe go to sleep - remember, school is early tomorrow, remember how you love opening your eyes around 7, after only 6-7 hours of sleep?"
      etc etc until he says ok ok I'm coming, so you see I'm not much better, I just think it's funnier than to yell "get over here right now!".
      This mix of jokes, although kinda predictable and ofc there is a general difference in schools of either side of the pond, is so good, even this Christina P., wow! Raised some interesting points - inclusion etc. only goes so far i guess (there is no definitive answer, just debate and transparency). I'm glad i landed here.

    • Holly Anderson
      Holly Anderson Ай бұрын


    • Dj Q
      Dj Q Ай бұрын +5

      School meetings for me 😂

    • Rachael LeAnn
      Rachael LeAnn Ай бұрын +1

      Not at all

    • Rebecca Ryan
      Rebecca Ryan Ай бұрын +7

      The hover board story hit home 😂

  • Allen Banks
    Allen Banks Ай бұрын +202

    Love curated videos like this. These folks are brilliant.

  • LaToya Matson
    LaToya Matson Ай бұрын +354

    Lmao when he was talking about being brought in cuz his son had a C in math I fell out. That shiz was so damn true. We've all had that conference at least once. With the bubbly teacher who talks exactly like that.

    • Ghryst VanGhod
      Ghryst VanGhod 23 сағат бұрын

      ok boomer

    • Azazel'sWings
      Azazel'sWings 15 күн бұрын

      @Andy Bardo lol. I too am married... and raised 4 kids 😉. Wish you the best man.

    • Andy Bardo
      Andy Bardo 15 күн бұрын +2

      @Azazel'sWings ok ok enough with the flirting. I'm a happily married man. I'm flattered though. I hope you have a wonderful day.

    • Azazel'sWings
      Azazel'sWings 15 күн бұрын

      @Andy Bardo I obviously can't compete with genius brains such as yours. ... not to mention psychic abilities. Absolutely amazing. The odds of ending up in the same comment responses with such a rare gem.. I'm speechless

    • Andy Bardo
      Andy Bardo 15 күн бұрын

      @Azazel'sWings o trust me I can tell. And if it didn't make sense then that's on you. Not my fault your brain can't comprehend how ignorant you sound.

  • LaToya Matson
    LaToya Matson Ай бұрын +240

    I worked 2 jobs with several Gen Z and omg this is so damn true. Even they know it's true. That's why even Gen Z kids make fun of themselves. They KNOW they do crazy stuff

    • Ghryst VanGhod
      Ghryst VanGhod 23 сағат бұрын

      ok boomer

    • KP
      KP 3 күн бұрын

      @Demonic Queen AKA someone that faces reality and didn't get participation trophies and tells the truth. Mark my words in 20 years you're going to look back at your Jan 23nd 2023 self and laugh at the amount of stuff you're clueless about but think you know it all TRUST ME!!

    • Demonic Queen
      Demonic Queen 3 күн бұрын

      @KP way to out yourself as a bitter douche.

    • KP
      KP 8 күн бұрын

      @Mushroom Lover Yes I understand genetically we're all different. It's this attitude of I'm unique so everyone needs to recognize that and call me by the right pronoun, or be careful around me because I'm 24 and just got my driver's license and I can go on for days. I'm just saying everyone thinking they're unique is not doing your generation any favors at all

    • Mushroom Lover
      Mushroom Lover 8 күн бұрын +1

      You seem to have misunderstood me. Just because i said im unique, doesnt mean i think im better than everyone else. I dont think that. Scientifically, we are all unique in some way shape or form. Thats a fact. Im not saying that makes me better. Im not saying that means i think im the most amazing or some shit. I dont think that. I was simply pointing out a fact that logically, i am unique. I dont expect praise or anything. I was making a statement

  • 86Kera
    86Kera Ай бұрын +65

    Jo Koy and Dave had me in tears 😂 the lady in the pink was funny too and Ced

  • Mikey Scoundrel
    Mikey Scoundrel Ай бұрын +186

    Jo Koy is a riot!! Been crying for the last 10 minutes 😂😂😂

    • Anastasia Maria
      Anastasia Maria 6 күн бұрын +1

      I've never seen him before. I have him saved and will watch more of his stuff. He was hilarious!!!

  • rcrly Rubro
    rcrly Rubro Ай бұрын +200

    The Kevin hart password thing happened to me too 😂 we were asking for the pw and all mad she yells STOP SNOOPING!! Excuse me?! She saw the look on our faces and immediately said that's the password 😂😂😂

  • Kate Marlowe
    Kate Marlowe Ай бұрын +124

    “We’re failing math.” …I’ve totally had that thought. 😳

    • Richard Tate
      Richard Tate 16 күн бұрын +2

      here as well😭

    • Mushroom Lover
      Mushroom Lover Ай бұрын +5

      Im 18 and my sister is 12 in 7th grade so i showed that clip to my dad and he said "YUP thats exactly how it feels"😂

    ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN Ай бұрын +545

    I'm so glad I watched this! I had no idea who Jo Koy was, but goddamn that man is funny af😂 will definitely be watching more of him

    • Tavares Reed REED
      Tavares Reed REED Күн бұрын

      @Noneya Bizz EXACTLY....the smart DUMMY

    • Tavares Reed REED
      Tavares Reed REED Күн бұрын


    • liquidswordz27
      liquidswordz27 11 күн бұрын +1


    • Tara Reed
      Tara Reed 18 күн бұрын

      Welcome to the Koy-ness of life. Best comedian!!

    • recoforeman 82
      recoforeman 82 19 күн бұрын

      Who you

  • Lenox H.
    Lenox H. Ай бұрын +90

    I loved the one about the soft playground - real story - child on the cushioned playground with a helmet on and the helicopter parent hovering 😂wtf.

    • Scott
      Scott 5 күн бұрын

      We used to climb trees, have bottle rocket wars, bike jump on ramps made of plywood and cinder blocks. Kids now are soft as baby shit😂😂

    • Dee Gassaway
      Dee Gassaway 16 күн бұрын +1

      😳😧 that poor child will have paper-thin skin.

    • MoonlitMapleLeaf
      MoonlitMapleLeaf Ай бұрын +5

      My eldest was in high school and I warned him in grade 9 and in grade 10 that he had to organize his courses intelligently so that no whole school year was too hard or too easy so that he had breathing room and challenge every year. If he did it wrong and he failed a class, that's his problem, I graduated high school and college, I'm not going to baby a person who can impregnate someone. Just no. So, I don't do helicopter parenting because it doesn't prepare a child for THIS world. Somebody isn't always going to be there when you fall and you have to learn how to get up on your own (with a loving parent on the sidelines cheering you on).

  • Upfront Fanatic
    Upfront Fanatic Ай бұрын +56

    Cedric was killing me with the hoverboard.😂

  • YONCE 8701
    YONCE 8701 Ай бұрын +124

    Man I can't believe David A. Arnold is gone, I feel so bad for his kids (most of all). I know what it is like to lose a dad you are close to in ur late teens... affects you is the worse way. Wish the best for them.

    • Dee Gassaway
      Dee Gassaway 16 күн бұрын +6

      I was so shocked to hear this sad -sad news. 😔 🙏 prayers for his family and loved ones.

    • Prima-Donna
      Prima-Donna 21 күн бұрын +4

      What??!? He died????!?

  • Juanita Michelle
    Juanita Michelle Ай бұрын +63

    The Sesame Street jokes were so relatable. Wow. A friggin recycle bin? Lol I feel outraged as if I’m in the audience.

  • Keb
    Keb Ай бұрын +32

    Lol! My bus driver started driving before we even sat down 😂😂😂😂

  • ⚡️Mocha Delight💫
    ⚡️Mocha Delight💫 Ай бұрын +59

    This was actually really funny!

    • Ana Diaz
      Ana Diaz Ай бұрын +1

      That polyamorous joke made me laugh like crazy!!

  • Emily
    Emily Ай бұрын +91

    As a private school teacher...Yes 🙈🤣

    • Gary Host
      Gary Host 19 сағат бұрын

      Bet you’re a they them weirdo.

    • recoforeman 82
      recoforeman 82 19 күн бұрын +1

      I will love for your help later

  • John Murphy
    John Murphy Ай бұрын +50

    When I was a kid, I had to walk a mile to the bus stop, 6 mile ride then half a mile to school. 2 problems, the mile to the bus had a 1 in 4 gradient hill (25%) 350 yards long & the half mile to school had a 1 in 12 hill, pretty much the whole way. The 25% gradient was downhill on the way to school, the 8% to school was uphill; obviously opposite on the way home. As well as the 1.5 miles walking each way. I thought nothing of it in those days &, in reflection, I don't think much of it now!
    I missed out that we lived in a valley, on the far side of the hill. But; the bus ride wasn't the most humbling part of the trip...

    • floobix
      floobix 10 күн бұрын +1

      back in myyy dayyyy

    • Kornelia B
      Kornelia B 28 күн бұрын +2

      Was it always freezing cold and did you have holes in your shoes??

    • Mandy Jackson
      Mandy Jackson Ай бұрын +6

      I had the same experience! Now when the saying comes up, “I used to have to walk a mile in the snow” I have to tell them, literally. That literally happened. Oh and I also had to eat liver and turnips. Not together thank god

  • Tracy Redwine
    Tracy Redwine Ай бұрын +29

    OMG I freaking love Koy, and Hart cuz I really can relate to their parenting!!! Lmfao 🤣

  • J. F.
    J. F. Ай бұрын +47

    Never heard Jo Koy before, but damn that guy is funny.🤣😂🤣

  • Stephanie
    Stephanie Ай бұрын +69

    This is so relatable as a parent, even though I am not rich, I can just relate to raising a Gen z teenager . I’m a millennial mom . Though we are only one generation away, we were raised totally different. I definitely spoil her. She has not had to ever do anything I had to do and it’s totally my fault though but I’m just doing my best. I adore her

    • Rodrik18
      Rodrik18 13 күн бұрын

      @chris0835 love and guidance are not the exclusive domain of authority figures. One does not have to forsake compassion and understanding to provide love and guidance. I am not suggesting that parents don't be parents, I am suggesting that parents should express their love in a way that is not always "top down".
      One can guide the development of a child without only resorting to disciplinarian concepts, and as such being BOTH a friend and a parent is ideal. The advice of "don't be a friend" is only removing tools from the toolbox.
      It takes Wisdom to know which approach to take in which situation, but there *absolutely* are situations where a lighter approach coupled with a compassionate explanation is correct.

    • Rodrik18
      Rodrik18 13 күн бұрын

      @sophiaslight7068 aaaaand you were here when their deleted and/or removed comments were still around? Cuz that happened a month ago and they had more comments in the chain than I do.

    • chris0835
      chris0835 13 күн бұрын

      @Rodrik18 I don't know what your smoking , but I didn't read any of that scenario. She was offering some sage advice
      Kids have plenty of peers, friends of friends, and others that will influence their lives along the way.
      They only get two parents. They may not tell you, but what they really want from a parent is love and guidance. Part of that guidance is doing the best you can to make sure they don't vear too far off the the track. You can't be the best friend and parent from that perspective. You can only be a role model while providing age appropriate restrictions and rewards. It's not fun, but they'll respect you for loving them enough to help them grow up.

    • Sophie Harvest
      Sophie Harvest 15 күн бұрын

      @Rodrik18 What in the world are you talking about? They left a sound comment with solid advice (meaning the offering of suggestion that the OP can voluntarily take to heart or choose not to) & then followed up once with a reply to you asking why you were so angry & triggered.
      Honestly, I had the same thought & I'm going to assume on account of the likes given, that I'm not the only one.
      Their response was 100% sensible & mature; yours, not so much. It was intentionally patronizing, demeaning & served no one but yourself. Why?
      If you don't like what someone says & feel an overwhelming urge to make them aware of it, either respectfully make a legitimate counterargument or keep scrolling (or not, free country).
      Respectfully, you die nearly everything you accused that person of.

    • Sruthi
      Sruthi 26 күн бұрын +7

      Y’all in the comments are weird. You can be a parent and a best friend at the same time. Y’all act as if they can coexist together

  • Political Vagabond
    Political Vagabond Ай бұрын +72

    Nah dude, walking over 2 miles to school will humble you. I'm Gen X, and in my under-funded school district, my home was considered too close for the need of a bus ride. This was before 1985...and I walked the entire 12 years. I'm 55, so I'm only 2 years late from being a boomer. I wished I rode a bus. Forget Gen Zers...even a lot of Gen Xers had it easier than I did.

    • Mandoguy
      Mandoguy 7 күн бұрын

      You are not Gen X

    • CK Norris
      CK Norris 7 күн бұрын +1

      Same. We walked to school everyday. Snow, rain, below freezing temps, etc. it didn't matter. I am gen X.

    • Mushroom Lover
      Mushroom Lover Ай бұрын +2

      I am a Gen Z kid and i rode the bus in elementary school. That shit DOES humble you. I hated the bus.

    • Erichev
      Erichev Ай бұрын +2

      And if you're like me (51) you didn't have sidewalks to walk on either. You walked on the edge of the road and hoped no one hit you. I was in Pittsburgh for HS and our house was up on one hill and the school was at the top of another. They were 2-3 miles apart. Going into the valley was fine, but those climbs sucked. Especially in the rain or snow. No sidewalk in sight.

    • Neil Palmer
      Neil Palmer Ай бұрын +2

      I am 54 years old and I can definitely relate to this comment.
      In all my school years my parents took me to school once in the car as our year group was going on a week long trip and I would not have been able to carry my luggage for the 2+ mile distance.

  • Marie Robert
    Marie Robert Ай бұрын +128

    It’s kinda our fault because we raised Gen z! 😂😂😂

    • Jan-Willem Bavinck
      Jan-Willem Bavinck 8 күн бұрын +1

      @Random Female yes true, I have a young friend who is around 22 and he is very mature. He is very hands on, grew up in a rural environment Andy is now becoming an electrician. He likes them outdoors etc... so yeah there's def exceptions!

    • Random Female
      Random Female 9 күн бұрын +2

      @Jan-Willem Bavinck true. or the total opposite

    • floobix
      floobix 10 күн бұрын +3

      @Jan-Willem Bavinck fault of the parental figures (or lack of)

    • floobix
      floobix 10 күн бұрын

      How is this funny with yo 3 laughing emojis this is just admitting to a mistake

    • Jan-Willem Bavinck
      Jan-Willem Bavinck 19 күн бұрын +9

      I find that most Gen Z people aren't raised at all, they're very immature even at 22 years old

  • B.A.P. RibbonInTheSky
    B.A.P. RibbonInTheSky Ай бұрын +198

    Back when boomers were growing up the rule was: be in the house before the street lights come on.
    In the 80s you still had people coming up missing at night and ending up on unsolved mysteries from stupid stuff like washing your car at a wide open car wash, walking to an ATM or making a grocery run. Whodini tried telling us "the freaks come out at night" but what can you do.
    Gen Z needs to realize why older generations keep telling them certain things for the good of their lifespan.

    • Synesthesiac
      Synesthesiac 3 күн бұрын +2

      @Chantel Venessa 🇬🇧 that's honestly a bad thing imo. They're all being conditioned to do nothing and stay in front of a screen instead of socializing with each other. Phones and social media have replaced personal interaction

    • Chantel Venessa 🇬🇧
      Chantel Venessa 🇬🇧 5 күн бұрын +1

      That's ok Gen Z kids don't go out at night. My daughter is 16 and the latest she has been out is 8pm... She brings herself home, I've never really needed to give her a curfew, her friends are the same... Complete difference to when I was 16 in the 90s 🤷🏾‍♀️

    • KP
      KP 8 күн бұрын

      Ya it's funny because the 18-25 yr olds act like they invited violence, drugs, and being kidnapped etc. When in reality you were FAR MORE likely to be a kidnapped child, murdered, and had endless supply of coke all in the 80s

    • Oli Jen
      Oli Jen 9 күн бұрын

      @Shawn Gaetz 1. Not American. 2. Why not?

    • Shawn Gaetz
      Shawn Gaetz 9 күн бұрын

      @Oli Jen so someone can take it from you and shoot you? Lol American's eh? Lol

  • Denise Bethune
    Denise Bethune Ай бұрын +38

    The duck grease got me!

  • Rebecca Ryan
    Rebecca Ryan Ай бұрын +24

    😂 I was delighted to get a hover board for my son 😂

  • Omar Graham
    Omar Graham Ай бұрын +15

    6:50 that little shoulder dance the teacher does 😂😂😂

  • WhoIzMDOT
    WhoIzMDOT Ай бұрын +17

    I wasn't familiar with this guy Jo Koy before this, but he's funny 😅

  • Tyler Busser
    Tyler Busser Ай бұрын +8

    Is it just me that’s wondering why a school bus would be passing them on the freeway? Like how slow were you going man 🤣

  • Home hospice
    Home hospice Ай бұрын +61

    The 80’s they had to remind B$t@hs 😅 where their children are. My mom always started calling for me out the window in the summer when that damn commercial came on. Then the begging began. Me outside the building “ please just a few more minutes” her from the window “ no get your ass upstairs”. Me: looking back sad at my friends as if something magical would happen without me as I walk into my building. Damn I hated that commercial 😂

    • Prima-Donna
      Prima-Donna 21 күн бұрын +1

      At least you had until 10 pm, I had to come in when the sun started to set 🤣

  • steven kidd
    steven kidd Ай бұрын +3

    Are you in denial if you've raised a Gen Z kid or kids? Are you able to see what you've done?

  • Daniel Hammond
    Daniel Hammond Ай бұрын +23

    I'm 26 and I have a almost 4 and almost 2 yr old and this shit is still so fucking relatable. My kids already have so much shit I wasn't even able to dream of as a child

    • Prima-Donna
      Prima-Donna 21 күн бұрын +1

      Same here......my 2 year old son has hella shit that I didn't get until I was full grown! Facts!

  • Nin3tails
    Nin3tails Ай бұрын +7

    I'm like 90% sure I did that bus thing too.

  • alZiiHardstylez
    alZiiHardstylez Ай бұрын +126

    "Back in the 90s, you were just horny. Not an identity"

    • Krystin Grant
      Krystin Grant Ай бұрын +1

      Omg yooooo

    • Iyad
      Iyad Ай бұрын +4

      I was looking for this comment!

    • Cool_Cat007 Smoove
      Cool_Cat007 Smoove Ай бұрын +9

      She's right 👍

    • Ana Diaz
      Ana Diaz Ай бұрын

      You was just a ho🤣😅🤣 that's the honest truth about "polyamory"

  • Political Vagabond
    Political Vagabond Ай бұрын

    This is hilarious, but I do have to disagree with a lot of what they're saying about kids being too soft...especially the one talking about how we used to have asphalt and the playground. You can take your kids to a playground that has asphalt on it (in this day and age) if you want to. I just wonder how you gonna feel when your child scrapes his or her knee and ends up dying or losing a limb due to MRSA. Kids immune systems are not as strong as ours were back in the day. It even says in the Bible that each generation will be wiser and weaker. Don't blame kids for the environmental impact on their health...not to mention all the processed foods we feed them. Boomers and a lot of gen-xers (the generation I belong to) are the ones to blame. The truth is the truth so do not come for me. My kids are millennials and gen-zers, btw.


    I had that Hungarian Mother...loved her...😅🤣🙏💕

  • Blanca Martinez
    Blanca Martinez Ай бұрын +4

    Kevin Hart is soooooo overrated… everybody else though 😂😂

  • Diva Den
    Diva Den Ай бұрын +27

    RIP David Arnold. Did discover him until the pandemic. Prayers to his family.

  • Nel Smith
    Nel Smith Ай бұрын +61

    The ages their talking about aren’t really Gen Z, its Gen Alpha lol

    • girl6girl6
      girl6girl6 9 күн бұрын

      @emoceanman blow me

    • emoceanman
      emoceanman 9 күн бұрын

      @girl6girl6 you must be the exception omg u win they picked u !!

    • girl6girl6
      girl6girl6 11 күн бұрын +3

      @Talobsta Well all i have to say is that GEN-X was the last gen that wasn't embarrassing. 🕺🏾

    • Talobsta
      Talobsta 12 күн бұрын +1

      @girl6girl6 alpha is the new beta its all about the sigma grind

    • Lindsay Morrison
      Lindsay Morrison 14 күн бұрын +2

      @girl6girl6 gen z ended in 2012. Everyone born since then is a new generation, so we started the alphabet over again. Gen Alpha is age 11 and under.

  • Robert Sylvester
    Robert Sylvester Ай бұрын +19

    Hahaha Jo kjoy killing it !

  • Cory Gall
    Cory Gall Ай бұрын +26

    As a gen z this would of probably offended me before i had to unlearn everything the millennials and boomers taught me. Now i had a great laugh at knowing it wasn't my fault that life seemed so meaningless and my brains reward system got completely fucked. Now thats growth.

    • Zak Knight
      Zak Knight 17 күн бұрын +1

      Ohhh. Poor you...
      Here, take this.

    • SLS TheWriter
      SLS TheWriter 22 күн бұрын +2

      @Mel H Majority or not, my point still stands. You can't remove blame from millennials because, last I checked, that generation is still very much alive, and they play their part. Hence why my comments specifically responded to the two that were removing said blame.

    • Mel H
      Mel H 22 күн бұрын +3

      @SLS TheWriter The majority is GenX.....

    • SLS TheWriter
      SLS TheWriter 22 күн бұрын

      @Katie G No. A plethora of you teach my generation shit from tiktok alone. Lol. AND millennial are also teachers. In school. Perpetuating the problem. So please, honestly, don't shift blame. We're a dumpster fire for multiple reasons, but I'd like those reasons to be transparent. 🤣

    • SLS TheWriter
      SLS TheWriter 22 күн бұрын +1

      @miss lori Well, no. Some Millennials were really young parents, for one. And two, every generation alive teaches the youngest generation. Tis how it works.

    PROUD GRANDMA Ай бұрын +17

    Sounds like our EDUCATION system is screwed. Dave Chapelle never gets old 😂

  • carlos vasquez
    carlos vasquez Ай бұрын +4

    Sailors, marines, soldiers, and airmen were saying the same things about the young men and women in route to Europe and the Pacific during WW2. Today we called them "the greatest generation.".

  • P B
    P B Ай бұрын +16

    The Sesame Street part sent me ⚰️🤣

  • El Ray Del Rio
    El Ray Del Rio Ай бұрын +13

    This will become a classic!

  • Fenris Strange
    Fenris Strange Ай бұрын +6

    Funniest stuff ever lmao 🤣 😂 😆

  • Kate Kennelly
    Kate Kennelly Ай бұрын +27

    Oscar the grouch now lives in a recycling bin 😅

  • Anne Burgess
    Anne Burgess Ай бұрын +72

    In my day we had no cell phones. You had to go knock on a friend's door.

    • Synesthesiac
      Synesthesiac 3 күн бұрын

      See I had cell phones and walkie talkies and still went over and knocked on doors. I swear my childhood had the best balance of video games, outdoor exploration, and physical activity. Early KZclip video making just for fun, instead of trying to be a celebrity at 12 years old and quitting because I'm not the top of the top. Kids don't have to stay off of tech, but they definitely should use it to plan stuff to do away from inside!

    • Prima-Donna
      Prima-Donna 21 күн бұрын +1

      And if your bff couldn't come out to play you'd be fucked up, like if they were on punishment or something, you'd have to go inside and play in your own house 🤣

    • Sean Heany
      Sean Heany Ай бұрын +7

      Haha or the awkward call to the house phone and talk to Mr. Whoever

    • TREY
      TREY Ай бұрын +3

      Got to experience that in the elementry years, good times i still knock on that feckers door for some beers now since he lives down the street 🤣

  • cj wins
    cj wins Ай бұрын +7

    All of these just shows that the parents have failed their children 😅😅

    • B. Water
      B. Water 14 күн бұрын +1

      Yep, parents can't complain about their own kids - they literally created them, lol.
      Kids are mostly the product of their genetics + upbringing (nature + nurture)
      - both of which come back to the parents. ☝️🤨

  • MsBunny PainCakes
    MsBunny PainCakes Ай бұрын +41

    My son and I are failing math 😤 😂😂😭😭🤣

  • onthemarginofgrace
    onthemarginofgrace Ай бұрын +57

    Gen X'ers tell it like it is. We grew up playing in street traffic, getting our teeth knocked out by steel swings in playgrounds and using pay phones to call home once in a while.

    • floobix
      floobix 10 күн бұрын

      @MoonKat and it goes for the next generation, and the next, and the next, thousands of years back. Hence why I don't get it. This has been happening for years. Your generation is not relaying to me anything new, dad

    • SLS TheWriter
      SLS TheWriter 21 күн бұрын

      @onthemarginofgrace Have a pandemic! That'll surely do it! :D
      Oh wait.

    • onthemarginofgrace
      onthemarginofgrace 22 күн бұрын +1

      @SLS TheWriter ...exactly, used to be we learned through hard trial and error. There has to be a happy medium where we're allowed to learn from our dumb mistakes, if only to have the stories and scars to show our grandchildren!

    • SLS TheWriter
      SLS TheWriter 22 күн бұрын +1

      @onthemarginofgrace Oh yeah, for sure. A more thorough discussion definitely reveals a lot of how much it's really just first-world countries have gotten wayy too comfortable and have forgotten how people actually learn and develop their maturity. We don't do it from cushioned rooms. We do it after smacking our face in a pole to tell us, hey, we should probably look where we're going. Lol

    • onthemarginofgrace
      onthemarginofgrace 22 күн бұрын +4

      @SLS TheWriter Haha, that's exactly what the comics are joking about, how their own children are exhibiting this funny behavior. To be fair though, the forces that create such behavior in Gen Z are not only rooted in Gen X parenting, but more so in the larger societal norms that have come about over the last 20 years. Those norms have been shaped by Boomer leadership (Obama, Trump, Biden, Pelosi, etc all boomers) combined with Millennials (children of Boomers) in their huge numbers. So in effect, all those law suits (like the famous McDonald's hot coffee suit) that led to ridiculous new restrictions on everything, combined with the well understood trophy-for-everyone massive generation of Millennials has been the larger force in shaping what we're all laughing at today.

  • Fionn83
    Fionn83 Ай бұрын +14

    Everything was great and amazing and funny....then Amy Shumer came out


    Lol 😆 my parents wouldn't give me a debit card even if my life depended on it.

    • Fern in the wild
      Fern in the wild 23 күн бұрын +1

      I got my first debit card when I got my first job right after high school. Woah … so weird hearing kids … kids … having credit cards 🤯

    • Noneya Bizz
      Noneya Bizz Ай бұрын

      @Bob Boy one of mine worked 40hrs a week construction, the other a 40-80hr a week with not infrequent months away in other parts of the world.
      Lazy seems to be operative word, yes.

    • Bob Boy
      Bob Boy Ай бұрын

      @Noneya Bizz my parents figured it cost the same. And both worked so too lazy to even make lunch for me.

    • Mushroom Lover
      Mushroom Lover Ай бұрын +1

      I have a debit card. But im 18 and all the money on it is mine from my job so its different 😂

    • Noneya Bizz
      Noneya Bizz Ай бұрын +12

      @Bob Boy you got school lunch? I had a sandwich and a zip lock with some chips.

  • Stephanie Jefferson
    Stephanie Jefferson Ай бұрын +7

    Nate B’s: “Didn’t wake up thinking, ‘I hope I get to talk to EVERYbody this morning!’ 😂😂LoL 😂😂😂 has me crying so hard I just have to get up and leave the room. Maybe I’ll check the rest out later; but honestly, I’m good now.

    • Julie Proctor
      Julie Proctor 25 күн бұрын

      That line resonates with me too

  • Orlando Velastegui
    Orlando Velastegui Ай бұрын +5

    Lmfao 🤣 I’m 49 years old.! 2 kids can’t stop laughing!!!!

    • Julie Proctor
      Julie Proctor 25 күн бұрын +1

      I'm age 62 grandma. It is just funny to everybody if you are around kids and parenting

  • Gypsi Minion
    Gypsi Minion Ай бұрын +9

    My moms best one was
    Do YOU Want To Pick Yourself Up Out Of The Middle Of Next WEEK. I was knocked there a few times. Was hard getting back to present day hahaa

  • ᴱᵃᶻʸᵐᵒⁿᵉʸ ʙɪᴄᴄʜ

    So i just watched 41 mins of a lie. I never once saw FLUFFY!!! If i missed it can someone PLEASE time stamp it for me?? Thank u

  • Beatrice Gilbert
    Beatrice Gilbert Ай бұрын +8

    OMG, I just had to pause for the Koy comment!!!! Brilliant!!! "You owe me money..." lmbo, laughed so hard!

  • traveler time
    traveler time Ай бұрын +37

    A friend told a bunch of grown men about how his daughter was on a date and they had flat tire so had to call him to help. The exact words were he is old enough to date but he doesn't know to change a tire. So the discussion turned to what do they know ? ... We concluded that they all do know how to type with their thumbs.

    • Josh _
      Josh _ 22 күн бұрын

      @Stephanie Nicole why are you kids so annoying

    • traveler time
      traveler time 25 күн бұрын +1

      @Sruthi Huh, what ? Use your words.

    • Sruthi
      Sruthi 25 күн бұрын

      @traveler time huh?

    • traveler time
      traveler time 26 күн бұрын

      Do you mean my old foes Republican Boomers ? So the bottom line is Boomers are wrong to be just like the lost and the xyz generations who are supposed be adults now, right ?

    • Sruthi
      Sruthi 26 күн бұрын

      @traveler time it’s true tho. People talk about how much Gen Z complain but don’t talk about how much older generations compalin

  • jam
    jam Ай бұрын +75

    Jo Koy was 🔥, his son! 🤣19:55 And those voice changes he does at 3:06 had me going. 6:47 I also think his son failed a grade because his son is 13 and 7th grade; I think 12 years old is 7th grade. I once had a 8th grade Math teacher in FL tell my parents "it's time I go ahead and kick it into gear!" when I was failing her class with a 35%! I mean I had just evacuated NOLA for Hurricane Katrina!🌀Damn. Deep down, I think she enjoyed failing some of us kids. 😉

    • Marie Pugh
      Marie Pugh 19 күн бұрын +1

      There u go talking shit about people kids are u a comedian too so maybe the kids just a few months older and his birthday didnt come before the school year u know be nice and dont be so cruel someones child.

    • Charles Buckwheat
      Charles Buckwheat Ай бұрын +3

      @Fabled Fantasty Thank you!!! Jesus! People need to use their heads before just making snap judgments! 🤣

    • Fabled Fantasty
      Fabled Fantasty Ай бұрын +4

      Doesn't mean his kid failed a grade, could be that the kid's birthday was late in the year & he wasn't old enough to start kindergarten, back when the kid 1st started his school years.

    • Bob B
      Bob B Ай бұрын +2

      with a birthday in Feb i was 13 by the end of 7th grade.. and i started 8th being 13 but was 14 by the time it ended.

    • jam
      jam Ай бұрын +3

      @Name Here Yes. That happened to my sister. Her birthday is in October, after the start of the school year. She graduated salutorian in high school. She attended Dillard University in New Orleans.

  • Donnie O'Laughlin
    Donnie O'Laughlin Ай бұрын +1

    I've never gotten a participation trophy but I've definitely done talent shows were basically the producer I'll get a band together and get them to learn a song that's a little bit out of their reach then we get a deadline and then we're up in front of all of our peers opened for any kind of scrutiny if we make any kind of mistake and honestly the 1st show The microphone went bad because the sound man is an idiot which happens more often than you would like anyway it was kind of a moot because All the kids were singing along with they were entertained anyway I knew in an in advance that we weren't gonna win I admit I got my hopes up thinking Hey we put so much work into this there's 4 sometimes 5 I've done a few Wayward boys that really pulled together and put on a show for the school that we hate and we always got beaten by the kid whose parent was in the parent teach your faculty whatever you know a connected kid who played the trombone to the lion king. Or some kid who dressed up like the blue's brothers and lipsank soul man or they sang it but they didn't actually sing it they spoke the lyrics. And I was like this is what Metallica went through in the eighties and the nineties. But I didn't do it to win I did it to validate my sense of self worth and it works I was pretty conceited ever since my 1st concert. Don't worry I've totally been broken down since. Now I only play drums when they come into donation through goodwill and people don't even necessarily encourage it they're like ohThis dork thinks hes playing wipe out while we're all busting our ass.

  • B.A.P. RibbonInTheSky
    B.A.P. RibbonInTheSky Ай бұрын +4

    it's sad hearing how bizarre sesame street has changed. as a kid i never cared about anything or anyone going on *on* the street itself. i cared about the stuff *off* the street the skits, animations, other characters etc.. i would go to the sesame street if i knew the way.

    • Prima-Donna
      Prima-Donna 21 күн бұрын

      They have gay/lesbian/binary puppets too......no shade, just not what I was raised seeing.

  • Kristen Lei
    Kristen Lei Ай бұрын +109

    Hahaha the polyamorous joke was straight facts😂

    • Sean Heany
      Sean Heany Ай бұрын +9

      @Etalvia her name is Christina Pazsitzky. She married Tom Segura and they have a hysterical podcast together, Your Moms House

    • Etalvia
      Etalvia Ай бұрын +7

      Who is she? In the pink suit?? Omg I lmaoooo 😂

    • Ana Diaz
      Ana Diaz Ай бұрын +7

      It was the very best joke in this entire segment!! I love it! So true

  • Ian Ham
    Ian Ham Ай бұрын +9

    Jesus Christ! I was 12 years when that commercial came out!! lol ! Almost married into the Daly Clan in Chicago ! Great video!

  • S2F Fitness
    S2F Fitness Ай бұрын +10

    Oh! The school bus one... 😆😆😆😆

  • Chloe Patti
    Chloe Patti Ай бұрын +6

    Not gonna lie here, I find the majority of this stuff a little more concerning than funny. The one guy can't answer a basic security question to pick up his daughter, Kevin Hart choked his son around the throat, they completely disregard that when students misbehave in class there's not much teachers can do. In turn, they ask the parents for support and get responded to with "not my problem".
    Don't get me wrong, a lot of this video was funny! I just find it disturbing how situations like these are being made light of. I was in a student teaching position and there was a little boy who “ran out of his ADHD medication”. That shouldn’t happen if it’s being given to him the right way. The little boy hadn’t taken any meds in 2 weeks and my mentor teacher was left to deal with an unruly student who was disrupting the class and could not sit still for literally more than 5 seconds- it wasn’t even the child’s fault. But I guess that’s not the parent's problem though. Educators are instructed and taught to get to know the student’s parents, to understand the culture they come from, and their funds of knowledge. It honestly breaks my heart to see that a lot of teacher-efforts are seen as annoying or are responded to rudely.

    • JennaB
      JennaB Ай бұрын +3

      I definitely had a lot of laughs throughout the video but recognized they were actually clowning their own parenting skills and not their kids.

  • Ether Secure
    Ether Secure Ай бұрын +5

    Lol, the humble-bragging was strong with the second guy.

  • Jatmary BSalvá
    Jatmary BSalvá Ай бұрын +4

    Omg I was dying with this right now true go get the bus kid I lost my car and pay her taxi LoL

  • KimmyJimmle
    KimmyJimmle Ай бұрын +14

    Chapelles still the GOAT

  • kris best
    kris best Ай бұрын +15

    Lady in pink, hilarious.

    • Krystin Grant
      Krystin Grant Ай бұрын


    • TheSopheom
      TheSopheom Ай бұрын

      @Nouie G Thank you! I was looking for this comment. She's new to me, loved her.

    • Raizel Cortez
      Raizel Cortez Ай бұрын +2

      @Nouie G she’s Tom Segura’s wife!?!?

    • Nouie G
      Nouie G Ай бұрын +4

      That's Christina P, Tom Segura's wife

    • Team Mitchell
      Team Mitchell Ай бұрын +2

      Anyone knows she is?

  • Laurie Jordan
    Laurie Jordan Ай бұрын +15

    O..M..G, I love Jo Koy!
    "Go fuck yourself" LMAO 🤣

  • gene titensky
    gene titensky Ай бұрын +176

    Sooo true, every parent tries to give their kids more than they had. We as parents are partially responsible.

    • BabyClara
      BabyClara 15 күн бұрын +1

      Only partially? 😂😂

    • Eric Hubbard
      Eric Hubbard Ай бұрын

      @Verdan Koro jkjiwprr

    • Steven Pick
      Steven Pick Ай бұрын


    • Shellkiss
      Shellkiss Ай бұрын +2

      Partially …… hahahahahahhahahahahahahahahhahahahahhahahahhahahahhahahahahah😂😂😂😂😂

    • Gayle Collins
      Gayle Collins Ай бұрын


  • Coley Davis III
    Coley Davis III Ай бұрын +11

    I had state funded lunches you know the school lunch program were tax payers paid for my lunches. The school bus has a spot with a massive pot hole without seatbelts everyone with balls would fight over the back of the bus and we would play a game who could bounce the highest and the bus driver would actually play with us idk if it's TRUE but everyone on the bus thought I went the highest i was 90 pounds and 5ft6 I bounced so high I flew out of my seat when he hit the pot hole lol. Bus driver first asked if I was okay I said yeah climbed back in my seat, And everyone laughed like crazy. I got what ever I wanted from the lunch of everyone involved.

    • Prima-Donna
      Prima-Donna 21 күн бұрын

      Maaannnn!!! I HATED them school lunches! I went home starving everyday! I was full off of chocolate milk 🤣 I used to BEG my grandma for packed lunches and she'd cuss me tf out, saying she couldn't afford it and to quit asking her. But when I hit middle school (6th-8th grade) the Beanery lunches used to SLAP! Took me 6 years to finally get decent lunches 🤣

  • Charley
    Charley Ай бұрын +90

    My daughter got a participation certificate in KG. She's now in 7th. She came across that participation certificate the other day and she looked at me said "what is this?! Thanks for participating?? Bro don't give me a certificate for that. I was there because I had to be, not because I wanted to be. I bet the kids who really enjoyed themselves were really mad we got the same certificate just because you wouldn't let me sleep in that day." But her delivery of this rant was so comical I was in tears laughing. Kids don't give a shit about a participation certificate because 9 out of 10 times THEY DONT EVEN WANT TO PARTICIPATE ANYWAY so what difference does it really make 😂

    • Mikey Tkacz
      Mikey Tkacz Ай бұрын

      @MoonKat I actually find myself agreeing with this after many years of thinking participation trophies/ribbons/etc. we're b.s.
      To me you've made a valid point. There's no need or upside to having to teach a 4 year old that "Life is unfair, deal with it" ya know? The only people it's hurting at that age are the over-bearing, "you better do your best and not embarrass me!", type of parents who seem to be trying to re-live their youth thru their kids.
      I can tell you this: until about 2 minutes ago, I didn't even remember that I won 2 blue ribbons in kindergarten during "spirit week" for being the fastest boy in my class & winning the long jump competition. I have no actual memory of the events so it's not like it made me so proud that it ended up forging my path in life. If those blue ribbons had been participation ribbons I'd still be the same person I am today 🤷‍♂️

    • MoonKat
      MoonKat Ай бұрын +2

      I think giving all the kids prizes and participation certificates is good for ages 2 yrs to 6yrs because little kids don’t understand the importance of competition and winning and losing. It literally crushes their little spirits and they don’t feel motivated to participate without that positive reinforcement, honestly life should be fun as a toddler and they all should win but after 1st grade kids need learn that can only be one winner and learn how to deal with losing and disappointment, also sometimes it’s based on random luck, all good lessons for kids.

    • Mikey Tkacz
      Mikey Tkacz Ай бұрын

      I'm 99% sure your daughter said all that unless she's literally been preparing for her stand up carrer for a few years.
      But on the 1% doubt, IF by chance she actually said that, then start taking that kid to comedy clubs and have her study that shit cuz she's a natural talent.

    • Anonymous Adult
      Anonymous Adult Ай бұрын +1

      Redecorated son’s room at 6th grade… he asked about all the trophies… I told him everybody got one, no matter what… they didn’t make it to the new room, they made their way to the trash! ✅✅✅

    • Jimmy
      Jimmy Ай бұрын

      We have them at work... They don't get paid to work...they get an appearance fee. 😆

  • Infected Monkey
    Infected Monkey Ай бұрын +5

    The bus thing is for real hahahaha .

  • Ann Oravetz
    Ann Oravetz Ай бұрын +12

    Millennial: my son charged so many cookies, and I never knew, I just kept replenishing the account, then the principal said something during a speech to the parents about some students charging up to $30 for chocolate chip cookies. I gasped and put my hand to my mouth. Turns out, That was my son. “I can’t help it mom, they’re so tasty!”

    • jammin
      jammin 5 күн бұрын

      My daughter’s cafeteria lady said my daughter was buying stuff for her friends and racking up quite a bill.

    • Courtney R
      Courtney R 13 күн бұрын

      Yes! It’s the assistant principal calling to talk to me about the a-la-carte spending 💀
      The price of lunches have steadily increased, so I had a ballpark idea of how much it cost per month for both of mine. Those ice cream sandwiches and extra drinks once in a while are easy to hide but they add up 😂

    • Prima-Donna
      Prima-Donna 21 күн бұрын

      @Charles Buckwheat That was cute ❤️

    • Charles Buckwheat
      Charles Buckwheat Ай бұрын +1

      Oh my gosh...that reaction is adorable! Instantly forgiven! 🤣

  • Jersey Bred
    Jersey Bred Ай бұрын +5

    That 98 Corolla is a sturdy whip brother 🤣

  • Unique Garcia
    Unique Garcia 28 күн бұрын +3

    In all due respect it was the older generation that voted to have the participation trophies because they couldn't handle the fact that their kids could not earn one by themselves.

  • Brandon Ahmed
    Brandon Ahmed Ай бұрын +7

    DAD IT'S DUCK 🦆🤣

  • Domethra Ray
    Domethra Ray Ай бұрын +33

    Excellent collection, I totally laughed at all jokes! Do this more often. Great mix of talent! 😎

  • Xak Phane
    Xak Phane Ай бұрын +63

    Jo Koy is so hilarious and relatable. He’s so animated and committed to his material. I cry laughing every time I watch him.

    • Krystin Grant
      Krystin Grant Ай бұрын

      He was soooo on point

      THE1ABOVEALL Ай бұрын +2

      I'm just glad that people actually said this guy's name cuz I know he's the only comedian whose name I really don't actually know in these videos so I'm actually trying to find his name but everybody keeps on talking about Joe coy Jo Koy and I'm just glad because he has to be the guy that I'm trying to find so I'm going to look now and see if it's him

  • Lily-Hazy
    Lily-Hazy Ай бұрын +3

    The peter pan thing is realllll my mom and I taught preschool and she would play books on tape between lunch time and naptime. She put in peter pan and all of a sudden she heard "We're off to kill the inj*ns" like NOOOOOOOOOOOOO I DIDN'T CLOCK THAT WHEN I WAS 6 FUCK

  • Karen Lindley
    Karen Lindley Ай бұрын +7

    Ohhh shit..! My husband never ride the public bus too..! I did as a kid in my country..😂😂😂

  • KES
    KES Ай бұрын +14

    Yessiree! Riding the school bus ain’t for sissies 😂 🚌 Half the kids I rode with are now locked up 😅

  • MoneyJoz
    MoneyJoz Ай бұрын +36

    I remember watering my flowers one day & I asked the kids "You guys want some water" (while turning on the water hose). They both looked at me & said "Mommy we can't drink out of there...we need cups"🤣🤦🏽‍♀️🤣 #ICantWithTheseNewKids

  • Mr. T Pain 60 58
    Mr. T Pain 60 58 Ай бұрын +25

    Koy was killin' it

    • Bob Boy
      Bob Boy Ай бұрын +1

      I said the same. Funny as fuck.

  • jimmy neutron
    jimmy neutron Ай бұрын +56

    Listening to Amy is like enjoying a enema of siracha.

    • J K
      J K 8 күн бұрын

      @A Detailed House well, if you want the most generic trash jokes about her vagina you book her...

    • Lea DiMento O'Brien
      Lea DiMento O'Brien 18 күн бұрын

      @ADetailedHouse 100% if she can make it there is a chance 4 us.

    • Lea DiMento O'Brien
      Lea DiMento O'Brien 18 күн бұрын +1

      Agreed. She has NO talent.

    • A Detailed House
      A Detailed House Ай бұрын +5

      Why on earth do ppl book her for gigs? She just isn't funny

    • Emily Rudge
      Emily Rudge Ай бұрын +2

      Omg ikr! Zero funny😑

  • Carmaela 26
    Carmaela 26 Ай бұрын +82

    The worst thing about being a parent is having to deal with certain other parents 😅

  • Grits Kennedy
    Grits Kennedy Ай бұрын +4

    My daughter doin AIGHT! Bout to fall out right here !

  • Boricuakid.21
    Boricuakid.21 Ай бұрын +1

    Jo koy:
    ooh, ooh looks like you owe me money. 🤣

  • Mirozen
    Mirozen Ай бұрын +10

    Lol! I don't know whether he was serious or not but when he talked about the school playground being being made of asphalt when he was a kid I just had to laugh! When I was a kid we had a rock strewn dirt field for a school playground, and when I was in 4th grade we had it IMPROVED by having a small area of the playground covered with asphalt! 🤣

  • Kathy Taylor
    Kathy Taylor Ай бұрын +40

    That was funnier than hell and it came at a perfect time. I needed a good laugh and to loosen up a little. Thanks! Love them all!

    • Covid19 is COMMUNISM
      Covid19 is COMMUNISM Ай бұрын

      I agree 👍
      My ANUS is also itchy today
      Have a blessed day 🙏❤

    • Mr. T Pain 60 58
      Mr. T Pain 60 58 Ай бұрын +2

      Yes indeed 👍🏾

    • Valkyrie
      Valkyrie  Ай бұрын +2

      Kathy, I hope today is better for you. It's been crappy for me to, so I get it about finding things to laugh at. Wishes for us both for better days.

  • Barrett Pickett
    Barrett Pickett Ай бұрын +6

    I am rolling on this stuff. My third brother uses that toms stuff.

    • Barrett Pickett
      Barrett Pickett 10 күн бұрын

      @Charles Buckwheat my father had four boys with his first wife. Had four boys with my mom. A girl died before child birth. Mom also was with my ex step dad who his ex wife raised two boys and a girl.

    • Charles Buckwheat
      Charles Buckwheat Ай бұрын

      Jesus, how many boys did your poor parents have?!

  • Tudor
    Tudor Ай бұрын +7

    Gen Z, the generation that will give us a century of jokes. Can’t wait to grow old and joke about Gen Z more and more

  • Beach Lover
    Beach Lover Ай бұрын +1

    I miss old Amy Schumer ..all she talks about now is being a parent

  • Omar Graham
    Omar Graham Ай бұрын

    Yo this guy…is FUNNY im finna watch his special 31:12

  • Eli Gibson
    Eli Gibson Ай бұрын +3

    If someone told me i “wasnt allowed to sit” on a bus seat, i dont care how many other seats there are on the bus, unless you’re saving that seat for a buddy or something sit there to spite you

    • Aaron Brewer
      Aaron Brewer 18 күн бұрын

      And this is the attitude that makes society in America really suck. I mean it takes a rude person to say seat taken, however it takes a complete asshole to go where one is not welcomed. Way to go, let's just shit on everyone's day.

  • Carol Campoverde
    Carol Campoverde Ай бұрын +30

    Such funny clips. Laughed so hard. So sad that David Arnold passed away. He was hilarious. I can relate to Jo Koy when he joked about living through his kids with toys and the hover board.

    • alZiiHardstylez
      alZiiHardstylez Ай бұрын

      Dude was a hack comedian. RIP but a shit comic.

    • dijonay971
      dijonay971 Ай бұрын +3

      Oh that's so sad. First time I've seen his stuff and was looking forward to following his future stand ups.