If you’ve never heard the insane story of the Kellogg brothers, you should listen to Stuff You Should Know’s podcast on the topic. But for a slightly more abridged and inebriated version, Drunk History has you covered, with a little help from Paget Brewster, and Owen and Luke Wilson.
As one commenter put it “He’s still pretty far from making sense in the traditional way, but I think he’s getting closer.” Bill Wurtz’s catchy little track is all about a guy having a really bad day. We think it’s actually a retelling of Joker’s origin story. You be the judge.
Mario Kitty finds out that Princess Kitty has gone missing, and recruits the help of Human Luigi to rescue her in this cute, charming, and well-executed short film by Mr.TVCow. We’re dying to see what Bowser looks like. We’re thinking an English mastiff with a spiky collar.
Take care of business every day with Gearhuman’s hoodie, inspired by one of Elvis Presley’s tacky bejeweled costumes. Its 3D-illusion red, white, blue, and gold eagle print wraps onto the arms and back for full effect. Also available in t-shirt, long sleeve, and sweatpants styles.
(PG-13: Language) Maxine is an adorable little corgi. She doesn’t ask for much in life either – a walk, some pets, and the occasional bowl of her favorite snack food. But she’s not all cuddles and hugs, as we learn from the punchline of Uncorked Productions‘ silly short film.
“I’m not a very good woodworker… so that’s why I have to introduce a stupid gimmick that makes people want to watch my video.” Yep, so that’s why I did a thing decided to carve himself a wooden spoon using a metal spoon as his only tool. And some sandpaper… and a furnace… and…
A man is walking through a park when a tree starts talking to him. He assumes there’s some reason that the wise plant has chosen him, and expects it to reveal some greater meaning. Stefan Hunt’s silly short film couldn’t help but remind us of the Weirwood tree in Game of Thrones.
Immortalize your pet in plush and wearable form with these adorable and goofy looking slippers. Simply send along a photo of your pet of choice, and Cuddle Clones will get to work creating custom footwear for you to pad around the house in. Now if only our dog would bring us our slippers…
About a year before all hell broke loose on the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones, Vanity Fair got the Mother of Dragons and Breaker of Chains to stop by the studio to truly stretch her acting muscle, by acting out the poses and expressions in cheesy stock photos.
It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Brendan Fraser first appeared in The Mummy, and to celebrate the auspicious anniversary, Screen Junkies is here to lovingly roast the only Mummy movie worth even talking about. Sure, it was an Indiana Jones knockoff, but we still love it.
“In 1818, civil engineer William Cubbitt designed the first treadmill as a device to punish inmates…” Learn this and everything else you never wanted to know about treadmills, as explained by an ordinary guy in the compelling new web series Ordinary Things. Then learn about pillows, stairs, and onions too.
Originally an April Fools Day joke, Razer’s toaster for gamers is actually being produced due to popular demand. It has a matte black body, colorful LED illumination like Razer’s gaming systems and peripherals, and toasts the Razer logo. We doubt the multicolored butter will happen.
“Do people drink milk? Am I allowed to do that?” We’ve watched and featured more than our share of “Hot Ones” episodes here at The Awesomer, and while each interview is different, there are a few things which are consistent throughout the series. Scott Cramer’s parody sums it up quite well.
Grand Illusions shares this amusing collection of found and custom made objects that refer to or contradict their nature. There’s a can opener that’s stored in a closed can, an ad for junk mail printed on junk mail, an error label that apologizes for its existence and more.
If you’re not in da couch, perhaps your brain is running a thousand miles an hour and needs a creative outlet. This book should do the trick. It’s basically a blank journal loaded with ideas of things to doodle, from a giraffe riding a rainbow to a dog on a surfboard.