Girls Like Receiving D-ckpics?

In this video, YouTuber Frenchy SungaAttack convinces his mate to send a girl a “dick pic.” Why? Because “every chick loves a cock pick,” right?

NOT!

To prove his point, Frenchy and his mates each do the deed and send a girl a pic of their "private parts." The results? Let’s just say they fail spectacularly with one of the guys getting dumped, Frenchy getting charged with "child porn" offenses, and the other getting "dad d-cked," receiving a picture of a girl's father's bigger hog.

Does this stop their gross behavior? No way. Watch and squirm!

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'Que Hora Es?' Is A Must-See Throwback

This throwback from defunct sketch comedy show, "Cedric the Entertainer Presents," entitled "Que Hora Es?" (What time is it?), will make you want to scour your Hulu account for more Telenovelas to watch this week.

The hilarious parody of a Mexican soap opera, is for all those people who “only have 3 weeks of Spanish in the 4th grade.”

To communicate, these the over-the-top actors use words and phrases one might learn in a beginner's Spanish class like the days of the week, numbers, and food.

Best part of the clip is when a native Spanish speaker joins the conversation (1:52) and the actors have no clue what he's saying.

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President Obama's 'Anger Translator' Crashes White House Correspondents' Dinner

A self-proclaimed "mellow sort of guy," President Obama brought his "anger translator” Luther a.k.a. actor Keegan-Michael Key, one half of Comedy Central’s "Key & Peele," to translate his speech at this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner.

The duo kills it while touching on issues of ebola coverage, climate control, and the upcoming 2016 elections. Biggest laugh of the night is when Obama and Luther briefly switch personalities at 4:12 and the president gets in a few jabs of his own. "All due respect Sir, you don't need an anger translator, you need counseling," Luther says to the President.

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This Comedian's Cover Of "Just A Friend" Totally Nails Being Single

This cover of Biz’ Markie’s “Just a Friend” by Katie Haller, otherwise known as T-Spoon, goes out to all the ladies out there who are worth so much more than a late night booty call. It’s all fun and games until someone gets a case of the feels, am I right?

Watch the sassy rapper in this PITtv music video talk about a dude she dug in one of her classes who she eventually hooked up with sooner than she planned. Whoa! Did that just become a booty call? Yup!

Terry Crews Performs Vanessa Carlton's 'A Thousand Miles' On 'Lip Sync Battle.'

Knockout! Actor and former football player Terry Crews slays on Spike's hit show, “Lip Sync Battle." He brings back his hilarious rendition of Vanessa Carlton's "Thousand Miles," which he made famous in the 2004 film "White Chicks."

Terry Crews comes off like he was born to lip sync, delivering fantastically funny performances, leaving LL Cool J, co-host Chrissy Teigen and competitor, former boxer Mike Tyson literally LOLing.

The sweetest moment happens when Terry credits his wife and four daughters for helping him to channel his softer side. "Because you learn, at home, you just got to shut up and listen, and you got to be sensitive." Amen, Terry!

Panic! At The Disco's 'Hallelujah' Is One Of The Best Song Of 2015

Panic! At The Disco released the audio video for their latest track “Hallelujah” and it's going to be a summer jam. Can you hear it being played at BBQ's and pool parties? It's 2015's version of Miley Cyrus' "Party in the U.S.A."

“Hallelujah” is the first single off their forthcoming fifth studio album to be released sometime this year. Frontman Brendan Urie tells Alt 98.7 that he grew up in a religious family and religion was a big part of his upbringing. He explains that “Hallelujah” is an ode to owning up to your sins and taking responsibility for things you feel guilty about in the past. Can we all blast this song in church then?

Urie says he now has no affiliation with any particular religion but he likes to call Panic! at the Disco fans, his fellow “sinners.”
Although there are very few details surrounding the upcoming album, Urie promises it’s “a little bit different." We’re officially intrigued.

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Tourism Commercial Parody Puts Missouri Racism On Blast

Missouri has seen it's fair share of controversy. From a police force quitting due to a black, female mayor to the tragic shooting death of Michael Brown. This parody of a racist Missouri tourism commercial is dripping with sarcasm and a whole lot of truth.

This faux Missouri tourism commercial even mentions the tree planted in honor of Michael Brown that was chopped down 24 hours later as a talking point. The f*ck?

Missouri’s questionable and news-making police behavior has been officially put on blast by Funny or Die, who calls it like it sees it and minces no words. Their new motto? The “Show Me No Black People” State is about to begin. Ouch!

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Swedish Cops Show NYPD How To Make A Peaceful Arrest

Montell Jordan's "This is how we do it" should have been playing in the background to this video.

You've got to watch this powerful clip from AJ+, which features four men, who happen to be Swedish police officers on vacation in New York City, stopping a fight in a subway train car by using non-violent tactics while waiting for the NYPD to arrive.

This video plays out like a "Sensitivity 101" course that some police officers should be required to take, with men subduing one brawler, acknowledging his screams of “I can't breathe,” by calmly finding out if he's injured. One can't help but wonder if he yelled the same words as Eric Garner to make a statement.

We can't make a blanket statement as we know that NYPD put their life at risk every day, but there have been many instances of alleged police brutality in New York, and perhaps this will bring to light other ways to resolve relatively minor incidents, such as a subway brawl.

"We just came to make sure no one got hurt," says Swedish officer Markus Asberg. "We were trying to stop the fighting." Best tourists ever.

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