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10 Best Funny Videos 2022

Fun is the energy to run the circle of life. Without fun, you become so bored and lazy. We can say that fun keeps us alive and energetic.

Fun is the energy to run the circle of life. Without fun, you become so bored and lazy. We can say that fun keeps us alive and energetic.

Fun is the energy to run the circle of life. Without fun, you become so bored and lazy. We can say that fun keeps us alive and energetic. Our Many friends are so funny they keep us happy with jokes and funny talk. Sometimes we watch dramas, movies, and podcasts to make ourselves happy.

We don’t deny the fact of the internet. This modern age is incomplete without the internet and gadgets. Many mobile companies sell millions of devices to make us digital. In the same way. Telecom companies sell us billions of GB of data to keep us in touch with the rest of the world.

According to different studies, everyone spends much of their time on the internet, especially on social media. Where social media provides us with information, there it also provides us with funny clips and videos to spread smiles on our faces.

Here we come up with the 10 best funny videos of 2022. These videos earned fame and viewership around the world. Let’s come with us to read the details and watch the videos.

Every month, a slew of funny videos are shared around the internet, from Twitter and Instagram to Vimeo and other strange places we can’t include. You could miss some of these funny Videos because you’re too busy living your life and you’ll feel left out when others bring them up in discussion.

Don’t be concerned! We’re here to make sure you’re not just listening to discussions, but actually leading them… as long as they’re about funny online videos. Here are some of our favorite comedy shorts from the past month.

Video 1

Is it possible that this generalization is sexist? Yes, potentially. Shannon Fiedler’s post on girlfriends talking incessantly throughout movies is also applicable to a large enough portion of the audience. It’s difficult because, for example, all girlfriends don’t converse throughout movies. End of story. The trouble is… they appear to do it more than lovers, and we have to wonder why. Visit Psychology Today to read our companion piece!

Video2

Demi Adejuyigbe started April Fools’ Day with a Demi Adejuyigbe staple: a phony movie tie-in song. It comes in the shape of a previously unreleased Lana Del Rey track, which is shared with us via a static photo of a turntable (the way a true YouTube vinyl enthusiast would upload it).

Video 3

Who doesn’t enjoy a good ad spoof? This one is actually fantastic, and it’s worth copying and pasting into any harsh Twitter comments or the family email thread’s QAnon-er. We aren’t only here to make you laugh. We’re here to assist you in living.

Video 4

This stand-up video’s title is accurate. In it, Kai Choyce responds to an extremely familiar inquiry from an audience member after a play in the appropriate manner. Let’s just say it reminds you of the kind of box that was the subject of a viral song a few years ago. If the audience member continues to raise questions, a larger box may be required.

Video 5

The NYPD was widely chastised for its involvement in failing to catch the shooter who injured at least 23 people on a Brooklyn subway vehicle and then was practically begging to be apprehended every second that followed.

Video 6

Bro comedy has been on the decline for the past five years, and a recent nostalgia-peek at an episode of Dane Cook’s Tourgasm reminds us why: it’s just gotten incredibly sloppy. Apathy and loud noises aren’t necessary ingredients of excellent comedy. Friday Beers, on the other hand, has ushered in a new generation of bros, one that switches from redeeming the shittiest aspects of upper-middle-class white culture to gleefully lampooning them.

Video 7

Bro comedy has been on the decline for the past five years, and a recent nostalgia-peek at an episode of Dane Cook’s Tourgasm reminds us why: it’s just gotten incredibly sloppy. Apathy and loud noises aren’t necessary ingredients of excellent comedy. Friday Beers, on the other hand, has ushered in a new generation of bros, one that switches from redeeming the shittiest aspects of upper-middle-class white culture to gleefully lampooning them.

Video 8

“Meg Stalter” and “Vulture” are now almost interchangeable search terms, and for good reason. Her work as a character is unparalleled. She embodies the strangest, most unique aspects of a person’s nature and mines gleaming gold from archetypes we all assume we’ve seen 1,000 times before, such as a wealthy mother.

Video 9

Kevin Fredericks reacts to a TikTok influencer’s dubious assertion about what it means to be “freshly showered” in this video. The joy here is in how he painstakingly, and with a great deal of polite concern, breaks through exactly how stupid this argument is at the time he raises his eyebrow.

Video 10

We’re sorry we didn’t catch this one when it first came out four years ago. This short, a masterfully written and played drama of late-thirties despair, put up a mirror on a culture that almost always forgives males for being dunces while confusing women’s biological clocks with their worth as human beings. Pants-shitting is another option.

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