CollegeHumor creates the perfect parody of Steve Jobs’ over-hyped world of Apple, as spoiled children tour the mysterious Apple factory after they each get their hands on their golden iTickets.
With a name like ARRRRR (that’s “A” with 5 “R’s”) you’d expect that there’d be a pirate riding on the back of the horse in this video. Actually, we’re actually not sure how many R’s he has in his name.
Fu Yandong commands goldfish to swim in various formations. Some say that the fish have been fed with magnets, while others say that the fish have been trained to follow laser light. Trick is at 1:45.
It’s hard enough to balance a soccer ball on your head without dropping it. Try doing that while climbing up a lamp post, then switch to your feet in mid-air like this amazing acrobat.
The flowing Shayton Equilibrium limited edition supercar is meant to be both a pure racer and luxury exotic, with a V-12, 1084 hp and carbon-titanium chassis and wheels. (Thanks Jose!)
This ingenious invention screws into any recessed light socket, transforming it into a wireless speaker, and providing bright LED illumination. Set has 2 speakers and base station with iPod dock.
When kids do the storytelling, some tales get better with time. This retelling of a family story by the younger members of the family (and acted out by the older ones) is a great example. (Thanks Kara!)
We’re not sure if these dogs think they’re doing the conga, or if they’re trying to be a canine caterpillar. Either way, they’re so cute we want to puke. Bonus points for the bike-riding leader of the pack.
Written and directed by Ien Chi, Tick Tock follows – in reverse – the story of Emit (get it?) who’s led to believe that he only has 5 mins left to live. Neat movie, although the captions are overkill.
The EGO is a small electric boat that floats on the water, piloted from a see-through cabin that rides just beneath the surface, allowing a clear view of underwater life without getting wet – or the bends.
Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page and Kevin Bacon star in James Gunn’s Super, the story of an average guy who takes on a superhero alter ego after his wife falls for a charming drug dealer. (Thanks Brad!)
UK designer and model artist Kyle Bean has created an ironic project called What Came First? – a visual pun based on the saying, by crafting a chicken from egg shells. We’d love to see a series.
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