Over the past few weeks, I haven't been able to walk five metres in my office without hearing someone in the cubicle giggling away at their computers. Or someone will say, "There's a new one up!" and ten people will come running. I finally got to see what the fuss was about.
Têtes à Claques is a Québecois, internet-based, Clutch Cargo-style cartoon in that it uses super-sized human mouths and eyes which are superimposed over a sort-of animated character (truth be told - I have no idea how the process works). It's become a sensation here in Québec so this is already old news to a lot of people. The photo above comes from the "Willie Waller 2006" sketch, which is one of the most popular bits. My French isn't perfect but I understand it enough to get the jokes. It also now has ads on the site that you have to sit through before the sketches, which I'm told is a recent addition. Enjoy.