Step Brothers: 13 Life Lessons We Learned From Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly

We laughed. We learned. We built bunk beds.
Step Brothers: 13 Life Lessons We Learned From Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly

The duo has teamed up for some great comedies in the past, and their new movie is no exception.

Comedians Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly have teamed up for a new movie that is sure to make you laugh. The two are well-known for their comedic talents, and their latest film looks like it will be no different. If you're a fan of these two funny men, then you'll definitely want to check out their new movie when it comes out. 

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly have been making us laugh for years with their iconic movie roles? But what we didn't know is that they've also been teaching us life lessons along the way. Here are just a few of the things we've learned from these two comedy masters. If you're like us, then you've spent countless hours watching Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly movies. And through all of those hours, something magical has happened: the two have taught us valuable life lessons.

We are sure you won't be disappointed!

So without further ado, here are the top 13 life lessons we learned from Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly's movies. Ready? Let's go!

No power tools

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM Use your space wisely. NATIVE m Not everyone can live in a mansion. If you're tight on space, find creative ways to consolidate furniture. Building bunk beds, for example, will give you so much more room for activities.

Watch: Bunk Beds (Columbia Pictures)

We want to tell you our weaknesses

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM Tighten up your resume. While Jesus Christ may be your personal Lord and Savior, Не cannot be listed as a personal reference. Prospective employers are looking for people they can actually contact.

Watch: Job Interview (Columbia Pictures)

You're next, mister

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM Spanking rarely solves anything. Parents should not spank their children, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. A 2016 analysis of multiple studies concludes that children do not benefit. Especially when the children are 39 years old.

Watch: Spanking (Columbia Pictures)

Purse in the freezer

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM Never wake a sleepwalker. m Experts recommend gently guiding sleepwalkers back to bed instead of waking them. Even if they're destroying the kitchen. Don't worry -- they're going to get jobs and be gone in a month.

Watch: Sleepwalkers (Columbia Pictures)


COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM Learn to pronounce your interviewer's name. As a professional, you will be expected to be able to pronounce the names of your managers. It's not Human Resources Lady. It's not Pan. It's not Pand. It's not Pamn. It's not Pann. It's not Pamm. It's not...

Watch: Interview (Columbia Pictures)

Catalina Wine Mixer

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM Find your voice. When you have a gift, it's your obligation to share it with the world. You deserve to be heard so come in soft, then finish strong. After all, it's the f***ing Catalina Wine Mixer.

Watch: Sing (Columbia Pictures)

Did you touch my drum set?

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM Don't touch the drum set. It's simple: Don't use other people's things without their permission. If you refuse to respect personal boundaries, be prepared to get stabbed in the neck with a knife. You have been warned.

Watch: Drum Set (Columbia Pictures)

I'm his therapist

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM Dating your therapist is generally a no-no. The American Counseling Association Code of Ethics, Section A.5.b, prohibits intimate relations between therapist and patient for five years. So listen when she says I'm his therapist. And we're in no way dating.

Watch: Therapy (Columbia Pictures)

Scroll down for the next article
Forgot Password?