Animator Master Tingus loves to create brief cartoons which generally start out with an animal or a person, but turn strange and unexpected as the motion starts. In addition to this compilation video, we recommend checking out their TikTok and Instagram channels for much more weirdness.
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When it comes to action figures, more points of articulation are usually better – especially when it comes to dancing. But what happens when your figure can only swivel its head and bend at the hips? TheCrafsMan SteadyCraftin shows us that it’s not just about your moves, but also your attitude in this charming animation.
The Animal ASMR channel has cornered the market on recording close-ups of turtles and guinea pigs snacking on food. Among their many similar video clips is this adorable and relaxing recording of a tortoise chomping down on a strawberry, a blueberry, pumpkin, and broccoli. Crunch crunch crunch.
If you’ve got kids, you can bet LEGO bricks will be scattered all over the floor at some point. Inspired by David Wallace’s idea on The Office, Matty Benedetto of Unnecessary Inventions built a shop vacuum attachment that sucks up all of the loose LEGO bricks and automatically sorts them by size.
(PG-13: Language) Mike Myers created and plays eight different roles in this six-episode series. The story imagines that a secret society has controlled the world’s events for the greater good since 1347. Myers is joined by Ken Jeong, Keegan-Michael Key, Debi Mazar, and Jennifer Saunders. Premieres 5.5.22 on Netflix.
Matt Reeves’ The Batman is earning rave reviews for its portrayal of The Dark Knight as a proper detective while bringing the action and visual drama we’ve come to expect. But if you attempt to bootleg a copy of the film, you’re likely to end up with something more like this Bollywood Batman flick that PakMan Memes shared.
Smoothly dispensing toilet paper is definitely a first-world problem. In fact, we’re not even sure it’s a problem that needs to be solved at all. But that didn’t stop LEGO maker Technic Brick from engineering a solution using a variety of gears, connectors, a motor, an ultrasonic sensor, and an Arduino controller.
(PG-13: Language) We’re sure our actor friends can relate to this short film about a man who takes a rather unglamourous gig for a chance at a good part. Liam Harkins stars as Malky, the actor who knows he can do so much more in this understated comedy by writer-director Tom Nicoll.
Guitarists have all kinds of effects pedals to choose from, adding echo, harmonics, warbles, and other sounds to their music. But as far as we know, this is the first pedal that turns every note you play into a fart. It even lets you adjust the gas output and toggle between wet and dry flatulence.
Puffer coats are normally designed to keep you warm. But this one is designed to keep things chilled. The miniature jacket wraps around drink cans and bottles to keep them from warming up and freezing your hand. It’s even got a working zipper on front to snug it around your beverage. It just needs a tiny hat and scarf.
Normally, if you want a Mercedes-AMG G63, you’re looking at a six-figure price tag. Not so if you’re King of Crafts, who fabricated a drivable replica of the rugged G-Wagon out of cardboard. It rides on a homemade steel tube frame and can hit speeds up to 25 mph. It’s even amphibious… sorta.
Whether you’re a cat that likes to watch birds or a human that likes to watch videos, this clever bird feeder from Fred has got you covered. It attaches to the outside of your window and provides a live stream of birds wrapped in a frame that looks like the controls for a YouTube video. There should be a “Skip Squirrel” button.
With gas prices on the rise around the world, it’s been a popular topic for news outlets to cover. But without much to actually say, they’ve turned to a very formulaic approach to reporting the story. Johnbcrist perfectly nailed how most local news stations are covering the subject.
Is your day feeling like a dumpster fire? Embrace the chaos with this desktop organizer from Fred. It’s made from MDF wood done up in an authentic dumpster color scheme. It offers a place to store pens, pencils and includes 100+ flame-shaped notecards. Just don’t actually light it on fire.
Going to the beach and eating pepperoni pizza are two of our favorite things, so this microfiber beach blanket makes perfect sense to us. While you can’t actually eat this 5-foot diameter pepperoni pie, you can always use your phone to have a pizza delivered while you sunbathe on it.
Remember the Fizzy Lifting Drinks scene from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory? Well, if this comedy sketch from Rick Darge and John Weselcouch is to be believed, you can achieve the same basic effect by just drinking way too much LaCroix sparkling water.
The Hydraulic Press Channel cuts right to the chase in this compilation video, showing off one of their sillier tools – a slicer tool that can cut things into eight (or sometimes more) pieces at once. It does pretty well slicing a stack of pizzas, but we think it would be more effective if they sharpened its blades.
Let’s face it. Some people look better wearing hats than others. Brian David Gilbert fits into the latter category and has turned his insecurities about wearing head coverings into a poetic little tune. We can totally relate to the “is that a style or bad cosplay” remark.
You can run down to the Home Depot and pick up a tool that uses gunpowder or compressed air to drive nails. I Did a Thing tried his hand at building his own explosive-powered nail gun, but his looks like a hammer, plus, it’s much more dangerous than off-the shelf tools. Kids, don’t dance barefoot on your lathe.
Freestyle BMX rider Mike “Hucker” Clark shows off his balance by riding around a skate park standing on a bike’s handlebars. Redditor Bengcord3 provided the perfect description for the video: “I’ve never seen someone so talented do something so difficult while looking like an absolute amateur at that thing the entire time.”
Think you’re a card shark? Toot your own horn with Knock Knock’s 52 Farts by cutting the deck (or the cheese) and dealing an air biscuit, butt bazooka, heinie hiccup, or tushy tickler. Each card defines a different slang term to help you know when to hold ‘em and when to let ‘em rip.
Disco and heavy metal. They go together like peanut butter and chocolate. At least that’s how we feel after listening to Bill McClintock’s unlikely mashup, which combines Donna Summer’s 1979 hit Bad Girls with Glenn Danzig’s Mother. Toot toot, hey, tell your children not to walk my way.
Mary Had a Little Lamb is one of the easiest songs to play on the piano. But can you play it while lying in bed with your keyboard on the other side of the room? Korean YouTuber 이름미정 has figured out a method that involves taping lengths of string to the keys, then yanking downward on them from across their bedroom.
Ordering a new car off of wholesaling site Alibaba.com seems like a sketchy idea, and that’s exactly why Jalopnik did it. In this series of clips, editor Jason Torchinsky unboxes it, takes us for a test drive, and explains the engineering of Chang Li’s tiny electric four-seater, which sells for about $930 ($1200 with the batteries).
Despite its inconclusive final act, we enjoyed Denis Villeneuve’s Dune. But what if Timothée Chalomet were replaced with another star? We’re talking about none other than Sesame Street’s Elmo. YouTube channel Sesame Swap subjected the inquisitive red muppet to the Bene Gesserit and the deadly Gom Jabbar.