YouTube has become the home for perplexing the drive-thru staff at fast food restaurants, so why not really freak them out with a little magic, like Penguin Magic’s floating dollar bill trick?
The Fine Brothers raise the calorie count for the kids, showing them a bunch of clips from Epic Meal Time. Clearly there’s a divide between boys and girls, at least until they ask them what they’d cook.
They may look like a couple of apples to us – delicious apples even – but to this little kitty they may as well be ticking time bombs. Hilarious use of music by YouTuber ignoramusky.
Ferris the corgi helps his sister Dot Matrix escape from her cage. We love how they look around to see if anyone’s watching. Watch out for Ferris’ suave exit once he gets the cage open.
Mr. Greedy is one mean mofo. He eats little kids for breakfast and collects their heads. Yeesh. But a little decapitation doesn’t stop us from enjoying this brilliantly animated, if a little dark, short film.
As this video proves, cutting off a tiger’s tail is like cutting off Samson’s hair. Maybe if he just had some courage he could show that crazy bird who’s boss. Listen closely for input from Sagat.
Guess who wins? We’re surprised the idiot in this video didn’t end up with his eyeballs pecked out by the victim of his provocation. The moral of this story: Never ruffle a turkey’s feathers.
This is Max the cat. And with him is Alex, his…pet? Max isn’t actually from Russia, but he embodies the concept of the meme. We wonder if he also feeds Alex and takes him for walks.
UK musician/comedian/actor Bill Bailey whips out a Metallica cover on an unlikely musical instrument – a bunch of bicycle horns. For some reason, Bill’s version isn’t quite as edgy the original.
(NSFW: Language) Stand-up comedian Louis C.K. doing what he does best: making his audience uncomfortable and happy at the same time with his usual angry, tactless and hilarious rants.
Snack items “besieged by the end times.” A very, very, very twisted homage to movie intermission reels. Created by design and filmmaking collective MK12, with illustrations by TJ Fuller. “Shot in 4D.”
A peek at the design and meticulous construction of the Lamborghini Aventador. It’s like a compressed episode of Nat Geo’s Megafactories: Super Cars edition with epic background music.