Don’t be fooled by this fun clip from a Japanese television show – you may think it’s just another video of some kids smoothing out their dance moves until you get to the huh? moment at 1:30.
The newest trailer for the The Hunger Games reveals more about the hero for those who have not read the books: a young woman who will do everything she can for the people she loves.
Can’t get the day going without a caffeine fix? Take your coffee to the extreme with this giant porcelain coffee mug, capable of holding a ridiculous 160 ounces of joe. Consult your physician before using.
While watching 30,000 individual dominoes topple in a perfect spiral sounds exciting, we’d say it’s more of a relaxing, meditative experience from this 9-minute-long, record-breaking setup.
This crazy guy decided it would be fun to take flying leap from the roof of a building to the snow below. We don’t recommend that you try this no matter how much powder is on the ground.
The Skyrim interactive map for iOS devices reveals the location of vendors, trainers, items and more. It’s searchable and allows users to place their own marks. Free, with in-app purchase upgrades.
Designed by Aric Norine, the Stack is meant to provide an “infinite cycle of soap.” A new bar has a groove on top, allowing you to merge an old, smaller piece so that nothing is wasted.
The Almove Shirt Guard is made from strong yet lightweight anodized aluminum to keep your dress shirts from being crumpled inside your luggage. It also has slots for ties and cufflinks.
Feeling mean and harsh today? Take a minute and mellow out a little: if you cried when Old Yeller died, you’ll probably have the same reaction after watching this heart-tugging Purina ad.
A documentary by Academy Award-winning director Kevin MacDonald (The Last King of Scotland) about the legendary musician Bob Marley. Drops 4/20, but you already knew that.
Digging out from a snowstorm is rarely fun, but we’d be pretty stoked if snow shoveling were as exciting as it looks in this game. We always wanted to kill some snow zombies with our shovels.
Andy Takemoto makes frames by hand, using different kinds of wood as well as bamboo, making each product unique. You can also have a message lasered into the sunglasses’ arms.
A “remarkable invention in spherical locomotion… which will one day revolutionize modern transport.” At least that what the guy who invented this ride thought he had on his hands back in the 1930s.
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