Some of these are pretty good,
Sample (as told by Maya Rudolph):
Well, there is a bear and a rabbit and they’re shitting in the woods, and the bear says to the rabbit, "Do you have a problem with shit sticking to your fur?" And the rabbit says, "No, I don’t." And so the bear picks up the rabbit and he wipes himself.
I'd guess it's as much for dad as it is for a stroller-aged tot.
John Podhoretz uses simple economics to explain an important part of what's happening in today's colleges: if you pay good money to people to solve problems, they have a vested interest in making the problems bigger.
Ed Driscoll drolly sums this up by referring to their interest in protecting "their phony-baloney jobs". If you don't understand that reference, see this clip.
I put my root beer in a square cup. . . . Now it's just beer.
I'll second that "nope".
Learn how to throw down like original OG Martin Luther.
We despise your whorish impudence. . . . I must stop. I can no longer rummage in your blasphemous, hellish devil's filth and stench.