A scavenger combs the beach in search of objects. But what Martin finds beneath the sand is way more than what he bargained for, and he unleashes something that should have remained buried. Sholto Crow’s animated short is well worth a few minutes of your time.
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The animators from Rollin’ Wild envision what the world would be like if all animals were round and puffy, as if they were balloon floats in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. While they’re definitely silly looking, we’re glad there’s such a thing as natural selection.
Kids get bored so easily. Here’s a fun activity to keep them occupied. While we prefer the demonic red piping on Wicked Clothes‘ ringer shirts, they’re also available in a wide variety of colors over at illustrator Steven Rhodes’ shop for 3 bucks less. The notebook is great too.
If you’ve ever been thrown into a school or work project with people you don’t know well, you can relate to Casually Explained’s clip, which reminds us that the whole isn’t necessarily greater than the sum of its parts, and that you’re the only one who really did any work.
(PG-13: Language) “Do you have 11 protons? Because you’re SO-dium fine.” It’s hard to kick off a convo with a stranger, but we can say with a high degree of certainty that none of the pickup lines featured in WatchCut’s clip will get you a date, much less into anyone’s pants.
(PG-13: Language) Fans of Rick and Morty are painfully aware of Rick’s problems with the bottle. For an upcoming episode, Rick gets so blackout drunk that Dan Harmon decided that co-creator and actor Justin Roiland should read the part shitfaced. Man, Justin’s a sad drunk.
In this skit from the Japanese variety show Gaki Tsuka, the cast dress up as Power Ranger-style heroes. But they each have to wear different colored costumes purely by chance. It gets hilarious, then boring, then annoying, and back again. It’s the human equivalent of MasterMind.
(PG-13: Language) Even the spirit animal of life coaches isn’t all-knowing. Casually Explained tried to talk about sports, but instead ended up marveling at the irony of bake sales for starving people, the stark difference between athletes and normal folks, and more.