(PG-13 Language) Creative technologist Andrew Maxwell-Parish presents a spectacularly mediocre demonstration of a 3D printer that he’s rigged to create objects out of deliciously gooey orange spray cheese.
We can think of no less insane idea than pulling yourself along the surface of a frozen lake using the tip of a working chainsaw as your propulsion. But that didn’t stop skier Erik Sunnerheim from giving it a try anyhow.
A Chicago driver and his Jeep prove the worth of the 4×4’s rugged drivetrain and suspension, making a break for it after a tow truck driver had already hooked his vehicle up. Maybe this is why there are so many potholes in the city.
Here is your moment of Zen. When does a shot fake both work and fail? When the blocker is Blake Griffin. In the Clippers’ latest game against the Celtics, the athletic forward twirled 180º in mid-air to make up for his premature defense.
In Soviet Russia, the car behind tows the car in front. All you need is a tire to cushion the bumpers and a dude with a death wish to hold the tire. They hit one pothole and that guy will definitely come to life. Before, you know.
(NSFW: Language) Last Week Tonight is on hiatus, but host John Oliver still dropped by the Internet to condemn one of its denizens’ favorite days, and to try to guilt you into forsaking April Fools as well. Boo.
(Crude humor) This Aussie keeps pestering his co-workers with puns, though to be fair some of them are funny. His worst offenses are shooting videos vertically and thinking that falafel came from Greece. Yep, we’re real fun at parties.
A hilariously sarcastic sketch from Milo McCabe and Toby Williams which provides some useful tips for those looking to be more closed-minded and fearful of the unknown. The getting hit on the head bit works every time.
This french bulldog is sick and tired of being left alone in this SUV. He’s mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore. A not so subtle reminder that we shouldn’t leave our pets locked in cars.
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