The Crazy Calculator goes beyond letting you spell “boobies”. In prank mode, when you enter an equation it’ll display a funny reply using actual letters. Also works as a regular calculator.
(Possible Spoilers) If you barely know anything about Captain America and you’d rather wait for the movie to be informed then don’t watch the clip. To everyone else, new shots of Red Skull await.
Enjoy a cup of brewed coffee even if you’re hundreds of miles away from civilization with Coleman’s propane-powered coffeemaker. It works just like the one you have at home too.
Even with the ridiculous safety belts, these kids were treated to the most exciting carousel ride ever when Improv Everywhere turned it into a hilarious and heartwarming spectacle.
Jean-Claude Van Damme stars in Ernie Barbarash’s Assassination Games, a tale of rival assassins who form an uneasy alliance in their mission to take down a DEA-backed drug cartel.
The latest interchangeable-lens, micro-four-thirds cam shoots 12mp stills, 1080p/60i HD video, zippy shutter and auto-focus speed, all wrapped in an metal body with a sharp OLED touchscreen.
Forget about forks, knives and tongs. This is what men use to deal with meat. Use Bear Paws to lift, carve, slice or shred meat of any kind. Its handles stay cool so your own paws won’t get burned.
The perfect everyday wristwatch. The design of the unisex Uniform Wares 103 collection was inspired by “the simplicity and utilitarian functionality” of mid-century British factory wall clocks.
(Spoilers: But you’ve finished by now, right?) Portal 2 fan Pedro Calvo created his own music video for the game’s hilarious closing song. GLaDOS really needs to try out for American Idol next year.
Looking for a unique gift for a Star Wars fan? Check out this replica of a director’s clapper used in scene 88B – a close-up of Luke Skywalker in his snowspeeder – of The Empire Strikes Back.
To promote Cirque Ã‰loizeâ€˜s imminent arrival at the Birmingham Hippodrome, this good sport reporter bravely submits his most vulnerable body parts to the harrowing whims of a quicksilver bicycle stunt.
(NSFW: Language) Need a dose of dark humor? Check out this webcomic. Hugh D. Crawford’s pessimistic and jaded strips will make you sad and happy at the same time.
KeuleMedia used Half-Life 2, Garry’s Mod and the appropriately-named Source Engine to recreate the trailer for Duncan Jones’ under-appreciated Groundhog Day-on-a-train thriller, Source Code.
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