FunnyPlace (also on YouTube) shared a hilarious one minute and 27 seconds Qualcomm commercial/advertisement (ad)/spot titled "The World Without Mobile -- We imagined what a World Without Mobile would look like. Odd isn't it? ..."
VideoSift shared an amusing three minutes and eight seconds YouTube video titled "Lucky Escape -- When a high powered career woman is asked on a romantic date by her boyfriend, she decides to end their relationship there and then. Not content to let her man down gently, she goes in all guns blazing, prepared even to vent her spleen, but is she really prepared for the outcome? ..."
This hilarious two minutes and 25 seconds YouTube video shows "How To Get Through the Loading Screen
EHow UK shows a seventeen/17 slides of "The Internet's 15 greatest hidden gems -- Software developers are a creative lot, and they often like to surprise users with unexpected gifts.
"'Lolnein' is a neologism composed of the acronym 'lol' (laughing out loud) and the German interjection 'nein' (which translates as 'no') negating a question that the user finds to be totally absurd or ridiculous." There are many comic strips and a few animated videos.
Fatawesome's YouTube video channel has a bunch of funny YouTube videos based on "... video games, superheroes, pop cuture, pranks, and dicks." As you can see, some of these are not suitable for sensitive and younglings. :P
For examples for good ones: VideoSift (#1 and #2) shared two short (under/less than 2 minutes) funny YouTube videos (#1 and #2) showing human actors spoofing/parodying humans, a cat, and a dog together at home