The guy with the green guitar gets it after an ear-grating solo. I think it’s fair to say that its their last gig together. Although if you ask us, they all should have smacked each other.
…well at least they usually have pretty decent jumping abilities. Unfortunately, this orange tabby must have missed that day at the feline academy. Score: Cat 0, Sir Isaac Newton 1.
This is what passes for amazing nowadays. This lucky mini-golfer placed his golf ball on the tip of a water fountain. Everyone’s mind is blown when the water comes out and supports the ball. And then…
(NSFW: Language) The collectible orbs in Crackdown 2 are a completionist’s nightmare. Here YouTuber LtMkilla attempts to catch a flying orb. Watch the whole thing, it’ll make the ending better.
Go to work, go to school, stop complaining and praise the Lord: this is only one highlight from the entertaining (albeit expired) weather report Megan McGlover of Atlanta put together. (Thanks Tim!)
There are films that challenge our intellect, and then there’s Rubber. The movie stars Robert, a tire that suddenly comes alive and discovers that it can make things explode with its mind. WHAT?!?
Watch the crew of Star Trek: The Next Generation test their new Acid Drive. This is as dumb as dumb Internet videos go, but our annoyance gave way to laughter anyway. DJ Worf FTW!
Nothing could have prepared the folks at this daily noontime talent show in the Philippines for this. We wouldn’t be surprised if they gave him the year’s top prize just so he wouldn’t come back.
The sublime debut, the drug-induced album, the inevitable crappy final album. Grant Snider neatly sums up the behavior of modern musical groups in his poster, Discography of Your Favorite Band.
We didn’t even know Infinity Ward was working on this sequel, but the guys at America’s Finest News Source broke the story on the latest addition to the franchise, the most realistic war game yet.
A retired superhero couple tries to deal with the hassles of everyday living. And they’re called Mr. & Mrs. Incredible? Still, give the trailer a shot. The movie seems to be in the vein of Kung Fu Hustle.
Headless Productions’ latest project, I’m A Monster, is about a monster dad in an otherwise normal family. We think the animation and humor are on the right track. Consider us teased.
It’s the final frame of Josh Scanlon’s round at the Team USA bowling trials; he rolls 2 strikes before attempting a third, but things go slightly awry. Too bad the pins he hits don’t count. (Thanks Jon!)