An amusing compilation of people being blind as bats, not paying attention to where they’re going or just being plain dumb. Appropriately backed by R.E.M.’s Everybody Hurts, by WorldWideInterweb.
It’s all about colors and light (and bad puns) in the latest episode of Vsauce. Learn the color of mirrors – yep, it’s a trick question with many answers – how our eyes get their color and more.
A party that YouTuber Kerrydunne1 and his friends will remember for the rest of their lives. We’re not sure if their unexpected guest feels the same way about it though. Where’s the music and the babes?
Inspired by the Olympics, Conan’s production team rented their own super slow-motion camera and recorded some “great moments” – all of which could possibly Olympic events in their own right.
Apparently the umpire at this Daytona Cubs game doesn’t have much of a sense of humor, as he ejects Derek Dye, the team’s music guy/announcer for playing “Three Blind Mice” over the PA.
If you think Olympic track and field athletes are fast, wait til you get a load of Sarah, an 11-year-old Cheetah, who recently ran 100 meters in 5.95 seconds, with a top speed of 61mph.
PBS Off Book talks with content creators and aggregators about the history and evolution of the Web’s killer app, from home videos to advertising to serving as platforms for more serious issues.
You’d think that someone named Buttermilk Sky would be an adorable sweetie, but this Nigerian dwarf goat kid is more Dennis or Calvin. No wonder her friends are all tired and grumpy.
Now that’s how you break the ice. Blake Grigsby takes the world’s most cliche team building exercise and turns it into a fun way to figure out who to be friends with.
We’d like to think that our dads would go H.A.M. like Liam Neeson’s character in Taken if we were kidnapped, but let’s face it. Our story would be more or less like this video.
If you’re looking for pure slapstick, a man’s epic struggle to reach for his sandals, a tale of forbidden love between man and machine or just something to watch while drunk, here you go.
(NSFW) Peter Moses and Frank Cappello’s pitch-perfect parody of the polarizing HBO series Girls. It’s like Less Than Zero, except instead of doing drugs, people whine all the time.
Despite it’s simplicity, we’ve always enjoyed the old shell game trick. Here, an handmade automaton manages to mess with our heads as it performs the familiar trick whenever its crank is turned.
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