Because owning a rocket-powered bicycle wasn’t enough, Colin Furze decided to build a bike that launches rockets instead. He built, and then pedaled this insane ride to celebrate reaching 5 million subscribers on his YouTube channel. Build video here.
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It’s been a while since we posted a cat video here on The Awesomer, so this 10-minute supercut should more than make up for their absence, as we meet dozens of kitties to see what they’re up to after a dip into the old wacky weed. Most of them are just naturally high.
(PG-13) Cut asked a translator and several hearing impaired folks to show how cuss words and phrases are done in American Sign Language. The good news is that they’re fairly obvious. The bad news is that they’re done so fast you’ll be burned before you know it.
If you had any doubt that Japanese commercials are weird, tune into this ad spot for Domino’s Pizza, which includes a battle between rock and roll chickens and rapping pigs who represent four chicken-topped pizzas and four pork-topped ones. Picasso’s horse is just a bonus.
(PG-13) Wubba lubba mod mod! Rick and Morty fan zzcool and their fellow modders brought one of the show’s dimensions to Grand Theft Auto V. It includes the Cromulons, a working portal gun, Pickle Rick and more. It seems to have borrowed assets from Virtual Rick-ality.
Musician Luke Thering is a big Key and Peele fan, so he decided to take one of their classic sketches – in which Jordan sings an awkward song of friendship to Keegan-Michael – and added the instrumentation the song should have had from day one. Great job, Luke!
(PG-13: Language) Mike Boyd’s latest goal was to do a manual on a bicycle for at least 165ft. It sounds like a straightforward challenge, but it proved to be his most frustrating one to date. Remember folks, when it seems like you’ve hit a wall, a cup of tea can work wonders.
Movie trailer these days are so ridiculously formulaic. We’d love to see them handed over to the guys who make title sequences instead. In the meantime, we’re all equally qualified to make trailers, thanks to this easy to follow instructional parody from Auralnauts.
The goo inside of Stretch Armstrong is some nasty stuff, so we certainly wouldn’t want to subject an expensive piece of machinery to it. But that’s what PressTube did, as they stuffed a couple of the stretchy dolls into the jaws of their industrial shredder. Clean up video here.