We’re assuming they scrubbed the list of all the dirty questions we’re sure are in the REAL top 100, but it’s still entertaining to watch Michael, Kevin, and Jake, of Vsauce, Vsauce2, and Vsauce3, respectively, working as a surprisingly accurate (and literal) human search engine.
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What would life be like if the material possessions we depend every day on simply vanished? Scorch Motion’s amusing animated short envisions just that idea, as everyday stuff disappears while in use, leaving its users in the lurch. We want a 10-minute-long edition now.
The Slow Mo Guys follow up an earlier video in which Dan managed to get everything but his head inside a giant water balloon. This time, he managed to get all the way inside of it before popping it in front of their high speed Phantom Flex 4K camera at 1000 fps.
(PG-13: Language) Die Antwoord’s Ninja isn’t exactly known for his political correctness, but if you can overlook that, his tale of his dealings with Drake and Kanye is too good to pass up. Julien Jourdain de Muzion’s accompanying animation is the cherry on the banana pudding.
Take of your shoes, make fists with your toes, and curl up with a nice book with this hilarious official Die Hard coloring book. It’s got 80 pages of Nakatomi tower goodness for your to color in, along with classic scenes and quotes from everyone’s favorite Christmas flick.
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.