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I want to write something sarcastic in the description but it just hits so close to home...

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Check out this parody trailer for a disaster film about the horrors faced by Georgia residents when threatened with an entire inch of snowfall.

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The mock store, which quietly opened Friday, is nearly identical to a typical Starbucks location, with tumblers for sale and trendy CDs, including "Dumb Jazz Standards," displayed on the counter.

But the similarities end there. Drinks here are served in green and white "Dumb Starbucks coffee" cups, while pastries are pulled from display cases straight from their Vons' packaging.

The menu features "Dumb Iced Coffee," "Dumb Frappuccinos," and a seasonal "Wuppy Duppy Latte."

Update: Dumb Starbucks was found out to be a stunt by Nathan Fielder for the Comedy Central show "Nathan for You".

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These sports commentators just can't get past all of the ridiculous promos to the actual sports.

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It's election day and Washingtonians running for office have a message about Washington. It's time to fight Washington...the Washington way.

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HELL NO, a hilarious parody of horror movie logic starring characters who are too smart and reasonable to get themselves killed for no reason.

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Wondering what the hell happened to Saul Goodman's bodyguard Huell in the finale of Breaking Bad? The YouTube comedy channel Daily Videos offers (sort of) an answer in this satirical trailer for a new Tyler Perry-esque spinoff sitcom Huell's Rules.

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This sarcastic PSA video brought to you by Can Opener Studio offers a series of apologetic messages from the Millennial Generation for being unemployed, crippled by student loan debt and texting too much in an economy void of the manufacturing jobs that were once readily available for the baby boomers and their parents' generation.