Jeffrey Loveness made a parody of the upcoming flick The Social Network. The humor’s hit or miss, but then again, it’s just for kicks. The Facebook movie on the other hand is for real.
A mischievous pet owner comes up with the feline equivalent of bumping into a glass door. Before you call PETA, know that no animals were harmed in this video. Just a baffled and humiliated cat.
Warn your housemates of what just went down in the loo with the Crime Scene toilet paper. Tape some extra strips on the bathroom door to make sure no one gets victimized by the stench.
Based on a post-apocalyptic graphic novel of the same name, Trek’s industrial design group created this tough-ass bike which looks both minimal and like it’s been through a war.
NSFW. Mickey and the often unintelligible Donald Duck take on the classic “English, Motherf*cker” scene from Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction. The duck will strike down upon thee with great vengeance…
From the director of Crimson Tide and Top Gun this flick’s about an out-of-control train filled with hazmats headed for a city. Denzel Washington and Chris Pine star. Think Speed, with trains.
Feel free to sit or sprawl on top of this sleeping grizzly bear, ’cause it’s not going to wake up. This awesome bean bag measures 20 x 27 x 40 inches and has a lifelike knitted graphic.
Thought that you were safe from the deadly jaws of Great White shark if you’re not in the water? Think again. These bad boys can actually jump out of the water to grab prey on the surface.
Johnny Knoxville and the rest of the Jackass crew are back, and this time they’re taking their stupid antics into a whole new dimension. This just might be the best use of 3D technology yet.
What better use for an old schoolbus but to turn it into a massive fire-breathing jet-powered vehicle, capable of reaching speeds of up to 367 MPH? Fasten your seatbelts, it’s gonna be a bumpy ride.
Why is it that when we were kids all we had was a lousy football? Now, you can pretty much build your own deadly NERF arsenal. The Longstrike CS-6 can fire its squishy darts up to 35 feet.
Too lazy or cheap to go to the real doctor? This is pretty much what you can expect when you try to self-diagnose your ailments using one of those medical diagnosis websites.