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1. Get in My Vagina
In 2012, no body part was more front and center than our vaginas. We silly women can't be trusted to make decisions for ourselves. So why not let the government take control?
No one does a commercial spoof better than SNL. Here's one for all you hypochondriacs out there.
3. Low T. Low O.
Stephen Colbert breaks down the side effects Androgel. All this for a man to get an erection? Priorities, people.
|The Colbert Report||Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c|
|Low-T & Low-O|
4. The Vulgar Diaries
The Daily Show's Kristen Schaal gives conservatives a lesson on how to re-frame their anti-woman policies as stand-up comedy.
|The Daily Show with Jon Stewart||Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c|
|The Vulgar Games - Republican Policy Routine|
5. Ride the Pony
Apparently, jockeys have rock-hard abs and this Korean infomercial promises that this horse machine will get you in shape, while alluding to other fringe/hymen-related benefits.
6. Women's Health Experts
Nick Offerman, Judd Hirsch and other grizzled white actors share their infinite wisdom on what should happen with women's bodies. Don't you worry your pretty little heads, missies. The middle-aged menfolk got this.
7. How to Pick Up a Girl at the Gym
Gym Rat Alert! Gives new meaning to the term clean and jerk.
8. When Butt Implants Go Wrong
So horribly, horribly wrong. While most of us are trying to make our butts smaller, Brazilians are all about the badonkadonk—often taking plastic surgery to the extreme. What is that, Tupperware in that tuckus? No gracias.
9. We are Hungry
Newsflash: School lunches suck! But updated USDA guidelines had parents and students complaining extra loudly this past fall. These clever (albeit starving) teenagers actually made a music video to protest the lack of caloric intake designated by the new school policy. (And the song is actually decent!) Hint: They're hungry!
10 & 11. Animals Working Out...Just Because
While cats can be precocious, they're not usually known for sustained energy and endurance. So this eager beaver breaks the kitty mold. (Figures, he's French. They don't get fat, right?)
Representing the canine contingent for health-inspired videos, here is Mudd. He's no Gabby Douglas, but the pure joy of his jumping, tumbling feats will make you smile. (p.s. Trampolining burns major calories!)