If you’ve ever wondered how you might get your hands on an elusive unicorn, Hal Thompson provides his expert opinion on how to trap one for yourself. The secret? Watch and find out.
When a commercial is awarded “Most awarded commercial [of 2009]“, you can be sure that it’s nothing less than awesome. Goodby, Silverstein & Partners’ ad redefines speed and hyperbole.
Adam West knows how to fight crime. That’s why he recommends Eyehole Paintings, guaranteed to freak out any intruder. It’s so effective, not even you will want to set foot inside your house.
Are you too handsome and confident to land those movie roles you’ve been trying out for? Then sign up for some classes at the Michael Cera School of Acting, and learn the secrets of his success.
Just how sticky is that ooey-gooey Marshmallow Fluff? The little kids in this German video test it out for us, and the answer is simple. Very, very, very sticky. Do not try this at home.
H.P. Lovecraft and Old Spice. Like chocolate and peanut butter – two great tastes that taste great together. Er, more like two completely random ideas that somehow work together. Join the cult.
How’s this for Rocky VII: While on a leisurely swim in the Arctic, Rocky meets an aging walrus. He teaches it to box and the walrus knocks out a shark-riding polar bear in the final match. Yeah!
The skater on this video only does one trick, and it’s a measly ollie at that. So what could possibly happen for it to be worth watching? An epic spill? Will he be run over? What the…?
There were 2 Battles of Endor that fateful day; this one involved a man and his monkey vs. a woman and hers. If we could throw the Smokemonster in from Lost we think we’d have the perfect storm.
The folks at URLesque use Google’s new Instant search technology to keep up with Billy Joel in “We Didn’t Start The Fire”. We wonder if Google Instant can keep up with rappers.
Why is this dorky looking guy bouncing around on a pogo stick? And why should you be forced to sit through almost 2 minutes of this? You’ll see when you get to about 1:39. (Thanks, Yo-Naa!)