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The 25 funny Achievements and Trophies on PS3/Xbox 360

Darkest of Days - Horse Puncher (100G)

Punch a horse in the face, killing it.

Nothing says tough like being able to punch a horse square in the teeth and putting it out of its misery. Hah, take THAT Mr. Ed!

Duke Nukem Forever - Turd Burglar (10G / Bronze Trophy)

Find and steal a piece of poo

The perfect achievement for Duke Nukem Forever: pulling a turd out of the toilet. No, not because of its potty humor, because it's the same feeling the player had when they picked the game off the shelf.

Call of Duty: World At War - Go Get Some Sun (0G)

You achieved the highest level in the game. Time to go outside and find some things to do...

An achievement for 10th prestige in Call of Duty should be expected. An insulting Achievement worth 0G for 10th Prestige in Call of Duty is damn funny.

Red Dead Redemption - Dastardly (5G / Bronze Trophy)

Place a hogtied woman on the train tracks, and witness her death by train.

The only thing earning this achievement needed was an old ragtime piano track and slides that said things like HELP! HELP! and You wont get away now! Mwahahaha! *curls mustache*

Lego Lord Of The Rings - One Does Not Simply... (5G / Bronze Trophy)

Walk Into Mordor.

We can only imagine how many Lego Lord of the Rings players said the phrase before walking into Mordor, only to get an achievement that echoed it. We laughed out loud when we saw this.

Metal Gear Solid 2 HD - Snake Beater (10G / Bronze Trophy)

Have Otacon catch Snake in a private moment.

One of the funniest exchanges in Metal Gear history becomes the funniest achievement weve ever seen. Snake Beater. Brilliant.

What other trophies or cheevies made you laugh?

There are plenty more funny achievements and trophies out there, so if we forgot one of your favorites, leave it in the comments below.

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