Tell Rosarita to please pack her knives and leave, because daddy’s coming with some thick and manly cotton oven mitts from Blue Q. Those with the high level grill (or saucier) capabilities will appreciate them – because women aren’t the only ones who cook at home.
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After turning a bathtub into a drone, The Real Life Guys decided to see if they could cram 15hp electric motor into a little kid’s car known as a BIG Bobbycar. The result is a ridiculously unsafe and unstable ride that zooms from 0 to 43 mph in about 3 seconds. Turn subtitles on.
Fake posters poking fun at the Coachella lineup have been a thing for 10+ years. But this might be the best one yet, as Botnik used machine learning to come up with the names of the acts for the Southern Cali music festival. We’re so excited to see Smushy Twin touring again.
During the 2018 Grammys, Old Spice debuted one of its typically offbeat commercials – made even more cryptic by being entirely in French. If you’re interested in what they were actually saying in the spot, here’s the version with English subtitles. Good boy, Old Spice!
(PG-13: Language) “Sometimes, only sometimes. All the time would be too much. Never would be too little.” Near the end of the universe, a bear and a goose – both nigh-omnipotent – ponder what a better universe would be like, and decide to act on their ideas.
Will Ferrell is slated to host Saturday Night Live on 1/27/18. To celebrate his long-awaited return to the series that made him a star, SNL has released this gem – the actual audition tape that landed him the gig back in 1995, and includes his hilarious Harry Caray impression.
(PG-13: language) “We’re here about two things – bricks and clicks… and best practices.” A group of businessmen accomplish the typical useless blather and nothingness that happens in most management meetings. J.K. Simmons stars in this oddball Funny or Die sketch.
Net Neutrality took a major punch to the gut, and its loss could mean major, undesireable changes to the way all of us use the internet. It’s a bit of a confusing topic, so Burger King decided to explain what could happen if the same thing applied to selling Whoppers.
Esther Bellido’s animated short summary of Breaking Bad is more than a bit derivative of the work of 1A4 Studio, but we do have to hand it to her for summing up the core plot points for all five seasons of the series in just 77 seconds. Also, we want to play this as a side-scroller.
Word has it that Quentin Tarantino is really working on a Star Trek film – and we so want to see that. While we wait and see how that turns out, Nerdist went ahead and made a trailer for what they think it might be like, using footage from The Original Series.
Did you break the tip on your pencil again? You could go for one of those fancy mechanical pencils, or you could rig up a pencil sharpener like the one Giaco Whatever hacked together – using a 1000cc two-stroke engine to spin the sharpener up to speed.
We already know that a rubber chicken can be used to make music. But Andrew Huang amped things up with Hexinverter’s mutant rubber chicken that uses compressed air to allow it to be played electronically. This is some serious mad scientist sh*t. Crazy sounds start at 1:59.
(PG-13: Language) exurb1a performs a grand thought experiment in order to argue that said situation should remain theoretical. He considers the ethical, medical, technological, social and existential consequences if we were able to create digital copies of ourselves.