Maybe make sure your boss isn't watching over your shoulder when Mystique appears onscreen, though.
Comedian and actress Amy Schumer hosted Saturday Night Live over the weekend, and one gun-related parody definitely stood out.
The skit shows Schumer and SNL cast members in memorable life moments—a birth, a date, college party. But instead of giving normal gifts, everyone receives a gun.
The sketch was particularly notable because of Schumer's participation. Back in July, three were killed by a gunman after he opened fire in a screening of her film Trainwreck in Louisiana.
Schumer was vocal about gun control after the attack, joining Senator Chuck Schumer (her cousin) in calls to end gun violence.
Did you think there was no other mileage to be had from poking fun of 50 Shades of Grey? You might want to reconsider that opinion.
Seven months after the movie's release and a full four years after the book made many steamy, the new Twitter account 50 Nerds of Grey has a new twist on the well-ridden bandwagon.
As the name suggests, it takes nerd culture and finds the f*tish funny within it.
'I've been a very bad girl,' she said, biting her lip. 'I need to be punished.' 'Very well,' he said and installed Windows 10 on her laptop.— 50 Nerds of Grey (@50NerdsofGrey) September 7, 2015
She writhed on the floor, squealing at the extreme pain he had inflicted on her. 'I thought you said you'd put all your Lego bricks away!'— 50 Nerds of Grey (@50NerdsofGrey) September 10, 2015
'So,' she said, entering his bedroom, 'This is where the magic happens.' 'Oh yes,' he smiled, putting on his Harry Potter glasses and cloak.— 50 Nerds of Grey (@50NerdsofGrey) September 9, 2015
It's even better because the account uses the picture of Moss from The IT Crowd, so it's only natural to read these tweets in his high, English accent.
Her eyes widened as he placed his Bunsen burner on her dressing table and lit the flame. She loved a man who was experimental in the bedroom— 50 Nerds of Grey (@50NerdsofGrey) September 8, 2015
'Remove your clothes,' she said in a calm, clear voice. 'Now bend over the table.' He silently obeyed. There was no point arguing with Siri.— 50 Nerds of Grey (@50NerdsofGrey) September 8, 2015
'Harder!' she screamed, 'Harder!' 'Alright,' he said. 'What's the square root of nine times twelve divided by six point three recurring?'— 50 Nerds of Grey (@50NerdsofGrey) September 6, 2015
He was heavily into BDSM - Batman, Dungeons & Dragons, Star Trek and Mathematics.— 50 Nerds of Grey (@50NerdsofGrey) September 6, 2015
Someone thought 'The Golden Girls' needed an XXX parody. That person is a monster.
The film stars adult star veterans Nina Hartley, Luna Azul, Karen Summer, and Darla Crane playing "your favorite retirement home GILFs." GILF stands for, well, you can draw the conclusion on that one.
In the extremely foul language-heavy parody above, the Golden Girls laugh and sing their way through their many sexual encounters.
But maybe a naughty Golden Girls film isn't so far fetched after all. Refinery29 recently watched every episode of the show and calculated the number of men each women slept with.
Blanche (obviously) came out on top with 165 beaus.
Jurassic World has done pretty well for itself since it's release last month. It has already claimed the top box office spot in 2015 and is actually vying for the third highest grossing movie of all time.
It even did pretty well by critical standards, but there was one thing that annoyed many people: The fact that costar Bryce Dallas Howard kept wearing high heels throughout the whole rollicking adventure.
It sparked many online articles about the footwear as sexist costuming and about how maybe it's not really that sexist after all.
Hell even this woman who couldn't stop crying over how much she loved Jurassic World commented on how she thought Howard's continual use of high heels was "stupid".
Either way, these heroic people at XVP Comedy took the time to insert high heels into some of the most striking scenes through the past four dinosaur park movies.
In case you missed it, or don’t really care, Justin Bieber is now a Calvin Klein model.
The Biebs and his abs both star in a new ad where he’s playing the drums shirtless while supermodel Lara Stone watches seductively from the sidelines.
And the parodies have already started rolling in.
Here’s an alternate look at the ad, where Bieber doesn’t seem quite as cool.
His latest trick: a remake of “Raiders of the Lost Ark” using only 3 rolls of duct tape, 108 glue sticks, 18 large boxes of cardboard and two very adorable little fur balls.
So this is what happens when you leave your dog home alone…
To raise excitement about the Orion launch, the Pathways Interns of NASA's Johnson Space Center put together this music video set to Meghan Trainor's "All About That Base."
Because that's what you do when you have time to kill while waiting for a spacecraft to travel to deep space and back.
Last week, NASA successfully sent the unmanned Orion 15 times as far as the International Space Station. The historic moment is being dubbed "Day One of the Mars era," with hopes to eventually land humans on Mars by 2030.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio recently introduced body cameras for the NYPD in light of the death of Eric Garner on Staten Island and the unrest following the decision to not indict the officer responsible.
And in case you were wondering what a typical day in the life of a New York City police officer entails, "Funny or Die" has obtained some exclusive, leaked footage from the body cams, involving donuts, c0caine and selfies.
The Muppets are so lovable and innocent… until they kill us all and use our lifeless bodies as playthings.
Here's what it might be like if the roles were reversed in the intro to "The Muppet Show," with them putting their furry little paws inside us instead and controlling our every move.
Or as the uploader describes it:
The Muppets, after years of oppression, invite you to a night filled with song dance and vengeance.
You will never look at Kermit the same way again.
You knew this was coming.
"Serial," a true crime series from the creators of "This American Life," is bringing podcasts back into the spotlight.
Each week Sarah Koenig brings listeners deeper and deeper into her investigation of case from 1999 about a young woman in Baltimore who was found murdered, presumably by her ex-boyfriend.
It's extremely addictive, but because it's Thanksgiving, there is no new episode this week. So one fan decided to make his own version of the show, surrounding a much less violent case.
"Knowing that fans will be chomping at the bit for their Serial fix, I decided to make my own podcast. It's about a bowl of Fruity Pebbles that went missing from the Baltimore area in 1999."
Warning: Graphic turkey violence.
Did you ever wonder how they choose which turkey gets pardoned by the president?
A bloody farm fight to death obviously.
"Gobble Games" - featuring a "cameo' by Obama - imagines a world where tribute turkeys need to tear each other apart for their freedom.
Remember their sacrifice as you're stuffing yourself with them this week.