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Corn Boy Gets a Song

Corn Boy Gets a Song

During an interview with Julian Shapiro-Barnum of Recess Therapy, a seven-year-old boy named Tariq charmed the entire world with his enthusiasm for corn on the cob. Now this viral video has been transformed into a song by schmoyoho, aka The Gregory Brothers. We can’t imagine a more beautiful thing.

A Fish Tank for Cats

A Fish Tank for Cats

If there’s one thing that cats love, it’s fish. After watching her kitty staring at her fish tank, animal lover Melissa Krieger commissioned a custom aquarium with an observation viewport so her cat Jasper can enjoy the fishies up close and personal. The tank was built by Cincinnati’s Aquatics and Exotics.

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Walt + Jesse Play Mario Kart

Walt + Jesse Play Mario Kart

Breaking Bad has been off the air since 2013, but when it comes to memes, the hits keep on coming. With the help of some clever compositing, Chiptuner placed Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in the race of their lives – along the Rainbow Road in a game of Mario Kart Wii. If you liked that, check out Hawkeye in Wii Sports Academy.

Wheel of Springs

Wheel of Springs

Normally, a vehicle’s suspension sits between the frame and the wheels to absorb shocks. After seeing a vintage photograph of a car wheel with springs built into it, the car hackers at Garage 54 built their own to see how it would affect ride quality. It sounded like a busted shopping cart after the rubber came off.

Exploding Stretch Armstrong in Slow Motion

Exploding Stretch Armstrong in Slow Motion

This wouldn’t be the first time we’ve seen Stretch Armstrong destroyed in horrible ways. But The Slow Mo Guys added their spin to the genre by capturing the carnage in slow motion. Like others, they filled the gooey kid’s toy with enough water to make it explode. Their high-speed footage also revealed Stretch’s true Achilles’ heel.

If English Was Spoken Like German

If English Was Spoken Like German

If you’ve ever taken a German lesson, you know that they often put verbs at the end of their sentences. Football player and filmmaker Nick Alfieri has been learning the language since moving to Germany and put together this amusing video that illustrates the big differences in English and German sentence structure.

The Boys in the MCU

The Boys in the MCU

(PG-13: Language/Gore) What would it be like if Billy Butcher and Hughie found themselves facing off against the supes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Alternative Cuts offers their take on how things might go down if The Boys had a run-in with Spider-Man after Peter Parker got shot up with Compound V.

Iron Studios 1960s Pointing Spider-Man

Iron Studios 1960s Pointing Spider-Man

This 1/10th-scale statue was inspired by the Spider-Man Pointing at Spider-Man meme. The 8.2″ tall scene features Spidey in his cartoon red and blue costume pointing his figure at whatever you want, along with a miniature shipping crate. You’ll need to buy two or more to replicate the meme, so that could get expensive.

Hairy Pouter

Hairy Pouter

After 98-year-old Lillian read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, filmmaker and creative director Chris Carboni interviewed her to ask some questions about the book. He then used interpretive AI technology to create images to accompany Lillian’s amusing and endearing descriptions of the story and its characters.

Realistic Mario Monsters

Realistic Mario Monsters

Because Adam at North of the Border can’t get enough Mario, he decided to work up sculptures of some of the franchise’s many monsters. Though his “realistic” versions of Boo, Blooper, Piranha Plant, and a group of Goombas are the stuff of nightmares. Adding pointy teeth to stuff is always guaranteed to up the creepy factor.

The Ultimate Dog Slide

The Ultimate Dog Slide

A man in China built his dogs a palatial dog house and play place. It has a mansion with individual rooms, air conditioning, and pet bedding. Outside, there’s a clear corkscrew slide that his dogs love sliding down. Recently, he added a special observation deck for his cats so they can point and laugh at their canine pals.

Dinner Is Served

Dinner Is Served

All we could think of was the 7-1/2 floor from Being John Malkovich while we watched this bizarre video of a woman walking through a half-height apartment building and serving up a gigantic hamburger. The Chinese cover of Vanessa Carlton’s A Thousand Miles seals the deal.

Catbus But It’s Garfield

Catbus But It’s Garfield

One of the many memorable images in My Neighbor Totoro is Catbus. Studson Studios thought it would be fun to redesign the walking bus as if it was Garfield. It’s not an original idea, but the first time we’ve seen the orange Catbus brought to life as a 3-dimensional object. We imagine it’s powered by lasagna, not gasoline.

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LEGO Ideas This Is Fine Diorama

LEGO Ideas This Is Fine Diorama

One of the most iconic images of the last decade has to be artist KC Green’s This Is Fine meme. Hong Kong-based LEGO builder Truman pays tribute the meme with an awesome diorama that features the dog sitting in a room on fire enjoying his coffee. Cast your vote and help it get turned into a set we can buy.

Shiny Object Syndrome

Shiny Object Syndrome

Given the nature of our website, we’re self-admittedly a bit materialistic. But that’s because there’s just too much cool new stuff out there. Daniel Thrasher is going through a similar problem and he wrote a little novelty song about his obsession with shiny new objects.

A History of the World Through Body Parts

A History of the World Through Body Parts
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You’re Saying It Wrong podcast hosts Kathryn and Ross Petras authored this quirky book for trivia, history, and anatomy buffs. Told in chronological order, it explores milestones in history tied closely to human body parts, from Cleopatra’s nose to Ann Bolyeyn’s heart to George Washington’s fake teeth.

The Ultimate Donut Machine

The Ultimate Donut Machine

The guys from Garage 54 are in the business of doing stupid things to cars. Recently, they chopped off the rear axle and one wheel from another old Lada then reconnected it directly to the drive shaft. It’s now a vomit-inducing donut machine – though it can never drive in a straight line again.

Bike Beer Stabilizer 2.0

Bike Beer Stabilizer 2.0

The Colorist was tired of the bumpy grounds around Burning Man shaking up and ruining their beer when bicycling. In preparation for the 2022 edition of the desert festival, they came up with a solution. This custom-built rig uses hinges and springs to absorb shocks. It’s basically a Steadicam for beer.

Aqua Teen Forever: Plantasm (First Look)

Aqua Teen Forever: Plantasm (First Look)

(PG-13: Gore) Master Shake, Fry Lock, and Meatwad are back for an insane new adventure. In this clip from Aqua Teen Forever: Plantasm, the gang heads into space and comes face-to-face with a horrifying creature straight out of John Carpenter’s The Thing. The gang returs on 11.8.22 on Digital, 4K Ultra HD, and Blu-ray.

What Meetings Sound Like to Interns

What Meetings Sound Like to Interns

If you’ve ever had to sit through a corporate conference call, you can probably relate to Nicholas T.’s comedy sketch. It roasts the kind of bureaucratic double-speak, buzzword bingo, and nonsensical tech talk that often fills the air. Seriously, why can’t most meetings be an e-mail? (Thanks, Rob!)

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Better Call Saul as a Pixar Movie

Better Call Saul as a Pixar Movie

The final episode of Better Call Saul debuts tonight. We’re excited to see how it ends, but we’ll also miss the Breaking Bad spin-off’s phenomenal writing, acting, and directing. To help send the show off in style, yo chill bruh imagines if the show was created by Disney/Pixar instead of AMC. And then there’s this.

Giving Snakes Their Legs Back

Giving Snakes Their Legs Back

Millions of years ago, evolutionary changes caused snakes to lose their legs. Engineer and snake lover Allen Pan thought thinks that these reptiles should have kept their limbs, so he put on his thinking cap and developed a robotic exosuit that a snake can slide into and walk around in. But will the snake accept its new abilities?

Outhorse Your E-Mail

Outhorse Your E-Mail

Hate it when work emails interrupt vacation? Thanks to Visit Iceland, you can go to their website to “out-horse” your out-of-office email replies to a real Icelandic horse. The clever tourism team “taught” three of the country’s unique native horses to type on a giant keyboard, resulting in messages like “wFwhxsqjnzgmsrqaaaa.”

An Alphabet Made of Dogs

An Alphabet Made of Dogs

Calligraphy is usually associated with fancy script handwriting on party invitations. But what if you’re throwing a party for your dog? Calligraphy expert Tohgutakumi has you covered. The artist created a hand-drawn typeface where every single letter is a dog. We’re kind of partial to the “Q” and “P.” He’s got a little something for cat lovers too.

Building a 3-Story Bicycle

Building a 3-Story Bicycle

Remember that time Colin Furze built a ridiculously tall bicycle? Well, The Real Life Guys have outdone that by some measure. After being set loose in the Urban-Drivestyle bike factory, they fabricated a 16-foot-tall bicycle with seating for six. The video is in German, but insane builds are a universal language.

The Three Stooges Meet the Hulk

The Three Stooges Meet the Hulk

Back in the day, Abbott and Costello met Frankenstein, the Mummy, Mr. Hyde, and The Invisible Man. In the spirit of those unexpected comedy and beast pairings, editor Tvcrazyman combined footage from The Three Stooges with the Incredible Hulk TV series. We kept waiting for Moe to slap Bill Bixby to turn him into Lou Ferrigno.

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