After an attempt to sell jars of candied eggplant, a group of grandmas from the Greek isle of Crete decide it’s time to market to a broader audience. So they put their heads together and made a rap video about living the eggplant (aka aubergine) life. Watch with captions on.
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If you asked us what’s the one thing you can do to ruin even the best New York bagel, it’s putting too much stuff on top of them. Comedian Andrew Rousso reveals the true story behind the unhinged mind who came up with the idea of “everything” bagels along with a glimpse into his next unnecessary deli food invention.
After being ignored by too many distracted drivers and joggers, Cody Hovland decided to give his bicycle an upgrade. He built an enormous bell to mount on its frame in hopes that they might actually pay attention. He built its main body from a Weber BBQ grill, but it’s the mechanism inside that really gets the job done.
After a two-decade hiatus, Dr. Frasier Crane is back. But the celebrated psychiatrist and radio host has some anger issues to work through, and he’s not leaving Seattle until he gets his tossed salad and scrambled eggs. Click play and enjoy this very clever edit by MP Misc.
The party game I Have This Friend is a great way to get to know people. It plays out much like “Never Have I Ever,” except with players picking cards from a deck of awkward or embarrassing situations, then asking everyone at the table to fess up when it applies to them. Mix with booze for added laughs.
Now that we’ve watched the Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi, we know more about how things played out between Episode III and Rogue One. Screen Junkies offers their snarky take on the show, its reliance on the popular badass protects insouciant kid trope, and how cutting the prequels down to a 3-minute montage makes them good.
Cue the double entendres. Zefrank1 is here to teach us about our favorite dam-building rodent. These resourceful mammals are good at swimming, carrying things, and eating underwater. You might know about the beaver’s wood-chomping teeth, but we bet you didn’t know all the stuff that comes out of their butts.
What if Old Ben Kenobi wasn’t a tormented Jedi master, but was a deadbeat criminal and drug addict instead. Auralnauts put together this hilarious redub about a totally different person named Obi-Wan-Steven-Ben-Larry-Bongjo-Kenobi as he’s hunted by Space Influencers with the coolest strut.
If there is a higher power controlling things on Earth, we like to imagine they reach down with their giant hands to move things around while we’re not looking. Filmmaker Erik Schmitt’s forced perspective illusion of a hand moving cars on a ferry is pretty much what we’ve envisioned. His TikTok channel has lots more visual tomfoolery.
If you’ve ever asked, “What if the Infinity Stones were made from meth?” we now have our answer. This video from Alternative Cuts perfectly combines footage from Breaking Bad’s bonkers Tuco Salamanca testing some colorful product in front of a typically humorless Thanos.
This insane video from China features a slab of raw pork belly that turns into a snake, a bee that turns into a fly, a hand that turns into a butcher’s knife, and a woman who defies the laws of physics. And if none of that makes any sense, hit play for the best instructional cooking video you’ll watch today.
In the new season of the hilarious What We Do in the Shadows, Baby Colin Robinson learns to ride a tricycle, Laszlo gets a gun, and Nandor continues his awkward quest for a new bride. Plus, Nadja and her vampire pals open up a nightclub designed to lure in unsuspecting humans. Premieres 7.12.22 on FX and Hulu.
A lot of stuff happens here on Earth. Some good, some bad, and some downright weird. Some of us humans believe there’s a all-seeing higher power guiding our destiny. Joel Haver and Trent Lenkarski think it’s something a little less impressive pulling the strings.
Author Zach Golden put together this 118-page cookbook for amateur chefs who can’t get anything right in the kitchen. The spiral-bound book includes 50 recipes that even you can’t screw up, along with witty commentary and advice on keeping things simple and tasty. Kindle Edition available on Amazon.
After showing off his jaundice-skinned realistic LEGO minifigure, Adam from North of the Border is back with another disturbing sculpt. This time he took the blocky character Steve from MineCraft, and gave him humanoid features. This version looks like a swole, steroid-infused gym bro.
(PG-13: Language) Anyone who has had dealings in the real estate industry knows that there are a fair share of A-holes and D-bags in the business. Aunty Donna’s hilariously profane sketch is reserved especially for those real estate agents who have risen to the level of the C-word.
In a way, the staff on The Office are kind of like the Minions from Despicable Me. They each have a quirky personality, and they all work for an annoying boss played by Steve Carrell. To celebrate the release of the new movie Minions: Rise of Gru, Illumination Entertainment released this special remake of The Office’s opening credits.
Just when we finally purged Los Del Río’s mind-numbing hit Macarena from the furthest recesses of our brains, remixer Bill McClintock had to go and put it right back in. Only this time, it’s been combined with the Disturbed track Stupify. Yep, this is definitely another disturbing creation.
Artificial intelligence technology is getting really good at certain things, especially things like writing and replicating voices. This video from Speaking of AI combines both of those skills to create a convincing Jerry Seinfeld standup routine that he neither wrote nor performed in real life.
The Star Wars movies are so deeply ingrained into pop culture that it’s now possible to create a Star Wars movie without using any actual Star Wars footage. Paulogia proves just that by editing together Episode IV: A New Hope entirely from references in non-Lucasfilm movies and TV shows.
It might not have 512 floppy drives, but the Device Orchestra has plenty of heart (and googly eyes). So crank up the volume, and get your day started right with a performance of Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now that will have you buzzing like an electric toothbrush.
There was a time when finding what you wanted on Google was a simple task. But over the years, the ubiquitous search engine has modified its algorithms and design so much that it can overwhelm with irrelevant information and ads. Comedian Ryan George pokes fun at what it’s like to run a search these days.
Can’t get your kids to comb their hair? This might help. Fred’s Bonehead comb and brush combo folds up to look like a dinosaur’s skull. Open its jaws and let it chomp down on hair to remove tangles, so your kiddo doesn’t look like an unkempt caveman anymore. Made from durable but flexible ABS plastic.