dutycalls

When People Can Fly studios released their First Person Shooter (FPS) parody Duty Calls (directly mocking the Call of Duty series), they just wanted it to be a satirical view on the “realistic” FPS genre and an anti-demo for their game Bulletstorm. Basically, what they were saying is that “our game, Bulletstorm, is not this game. It is definitely everything but this game. Look at this game. This game is stupid. You know which game we are talking about, right? Yes, that game.”, more or less.

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AT&T Verizon Two is Better Than One iPhone 4 Ad

Apple’s iPhone 4 “Two is better than one” advertisement parody mocks AT&T’s problematic connection and changes the tagline to “One is better than the other” Watch the video of the iPhone 4 ad parody.

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BP Spills Coffee and Makes You Responsible For Your Own Spills [Humor]

Funny BP Gulf of Mexico parody in the form of BP Spills Coffee and a Sign put up at a BP pump saying that you are responsible for your own spills.

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Star Wars iPad Briefing Parody

A Star Was iPad Breifing parody mocks Steve Jobs presenting the iPad on stage the first time to users. The iPad parody has been created by Adam Buxton a UK based comedian.

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10 Facebook Parodies Which Will Make You Laugh

This post compiles a list of a few hilarious Facebook parodies bound to make you laugh!

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Yesterday, Google had aired an ad during the 3rd quarter of Super Bowl, dubbed as “Parisian Love”. However, less than a day later a parody video has already debuted on the Internet. The video called as “Parisian Oops” has been released by the Upright Citizens Brigade Beta Team also know as The Brig.

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iLid: Parody of Apple Products

While the world is waiting for the Apple Tablet and some even paying as much as $100,000 to get their hands on the iSlate, Andrew spent some time to create a Apple parody product called the “iLid”.

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