Aaron Paul and his mighty hobo beard recalls an elaborate prank that he and his buddies pulled on one of their friends. They made him believe that a meteorite fell on their backyard. Then things got out of hand.
Eclectic Method celebrates 50 years of Doctor Who with a mesmerizing 40-minute-plus montage of clips, audio samples and their own trademark electronica. Whovians, pop it into full screen and crank up the speakers to 11.
(NSFW: Language) Collegehumor continues to poke fun– er, glorify the very best leader of North Korea. Will Kim Jong Un’s Pokémon expertise help save his nation? Not that it needs saving. North Korea’s doing just fine.
Kid President thinks we should be kinder to our fellow citizens of planet Earth, and offers up 20 words and phrases for us to consider saying on an everyday basis to help make the world a better place. Sage advice indeed.
British Airways is getting creative with their ‘Look Up’ campaign to promote the airline. They have installed digital billboards that show footage of cute kids who recognize, point out and announce their arriving flights.
Burnouts can be fun, assuming you don’t mind the smell of burnt rubber. Of course, they’re not good for your tires, or in the case of this video, your wheels, axle or the road for that matter. On the other hand, if you need to cut concrete…