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LEGO Cucumber House Factory

LEGO Cucumber House Factory

The Brick Wall loves to build LEGO Technic machines and factories. This time out, he created an incredibly complicated system that cuts, mills, and assembles a log cabin – only the logs are cucumbers. We want to see it make hot dog houses with mortar made from mustard.

Mix Tape Sponges

Mix Tape Sponges
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Get your groove on in the kitchen while you scrub pots and pans with Fred’s playful cassette tape dish sponges. The set includes four 3″ x 4.5″ sponges packaged in a cardboard boombox. Crank up your favorite retro playlist while doing your dishes with these.

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Testing Dangerous Viewer Inventions

Testing Dangerous Viewer Inventions

Frustrated by a failed project, I did a thing decided to turn to his viewers for some suggestions. Among the stupid and dangerous ideas he tested was a treadmill with a sandpaper belt, a self-heating hot dog, an idiotic way to cut grass, and a food-processor helmet.

DJ Cummerbund: Sweet Lord House

DJ Cummerbund: Sweet Lord House

Back in the day, The Beatles rarely licensed their music for use in television or movies. But if George Harrison had lent his music to a TV series, it might have sounded something like DJ Cummerbund’s reimagining of My Sweet Lord as the theme song from Full House.

Build Your Own Stonehenge

Build Your Own Stonehenge
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Anyone who has seen This Is Spinal Tap knows the consequences of a too-small Stonehenge. Now you can put an even tinier version of the ancient wonder right on your desktop. The kit includes a grassy green mat, 16 stone replicas, and a 32-page guide. Just don’t let your action figures trip over the stones.

Could Santa Really Do His Job?

Could Santa Really Do His Job?

If you believe in Santa Claus, you also must accept the notion that he somehow manages to deliver all of his presents around the globe in one night. Science Insider looks at the physical toll such a chore would take on Santa and his eight tiny reindeer each year.

Hydraulic Press vs. Christmas

Hydraulic Press vs. Christmas

Nothing says Christmas like a 150-ton hydraulic press crushing things. To help us get into the holiday spirit, please enjoy this sequence of festive Christmas decorations, treats, and gifts being smashed into oblivion. This feels like it should be part of our Festivus celebrations after the airing of grievances.

Retrogimmick Action Figures

Retrogimmick Action Figures
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Retrogimmick makes bootleg action figures and packaging inspired by TV shows, movies, and memes. Among our favorites are the Die Hard is a Christmas Movie, Wilford Brimley Diabeetus, Chuck Norris Action Jeans, and the Soprano’s Pine Barrens two-pack.

WTF Notebooks

WTF Notebooks
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WTF Notebooks offers more than 100 notebooks with hilarious and warped cover titles like “Brilliant ideas I had while pooping” and “Grocery lists and plans for world domination.” Each can be ordered in a color of your choice, with spiral or hardcover binding, and ruled, gridded, dotted, blank, or planner pages.

World’s Largest T-Shirt Cannon

World’s Largest T-Shirt Cannon

After Jimmy Kimmel told Mark Rober about his dream of having the most powerful t-shirt cannon in the world, the Mark wanted to oblige his friend. He had a little extra help from wunderkind Anthony Hartman to design and engineer the big gun. Sadly, the stadium’s lawyers put the kibosh on firing the most powerful version.

Pet This F*cking Puppy

Pet This F*cking Puppy
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Are you feeling stressed out? Perhaps you could use a little light reading material to help ease your tension. This parody kid’s book is filled with sensory pleasures like the fur on a soft puppy dog, a cozy warm blanket… and swearing like a truck driver.

Fan Favorite Red Bull Soapbox Cars

Fan Favorite Red Bull Soapbox Cars

Over the years Red Bull has sponsored some great soapbox races, each featuring a number of wild and wacky homebrew vehicles. This video looks back at six of the all-time great race performances, from an Easter Island statue on wheels to a couple of eggs in a frying pan. The backwards camper is our favorite.

Flamethrower Headlights

Flamethrower Headlights

Are you sick and tired of people driving too slow in the passing lane? Perhaps this will convince them to move over. This Russian mechanic modded a Lada, replacing its headlights with a pair of road-clearing flamethrowers. We can only hope that it’s operated by honking the horn.

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Floaters: The Big Number Two

Floaters: The Big Number Two

(PG-13: Language) Filmmakers Karl Poyzer and Joe Roberts follow up their hilarious sci-fi comedy short Floaters with a sequel about two oblivious pilots discussing their daring, but ill-conceived escape from a high-security space prison. Zach Braff and Joel Fry provide their voices this time.

Reloading Everyday Things

Reloading Everyday Things

There’s something so satisfying about how you reload weapons in video games. In this compilation video by Kommander Karl, he shows how you can use the same method to reload everyday items like a vacuum cleaner, a toaster, and a pencil sharpener. We do the same thing every time we use a caulk gun.

Mission Crabpossible

Mission Crabpossible

So let’s say you’re drying clothes outside of your window, and a shirt blows onto a ledge you can’t reach. Well, if you’re this clever person in Hangzhou, China, you enlist the help of a mitten crab to rappel down to the shirt and retrieve it for you like a living claw machine.

Glitter Bomb 4.0

Glitter Bomb 4.0

Engineer Mark Rober is back with the 4th-generation version of his karma-delivering glitter bomb package. For 2021, the package for porch pirates is filled with new surprises, including a self-launching box lid, a car horn, and 20% more fart spray.

The First Snowman

The First Snowman

Making a snowman is a fun winter pastime. Still, there’s very little in common between a snow-man and a hu-man. Comedian Ryan George illustrates that point in his sketch about what must have been going through the mind of the first guy ever to build a snowman.

Gas Powering Things That Shouldn’t Be

Gas Powering Things That Shouldn’t Be

After playing around with a gasoline-powered pogo stick you could buy in the 1970s, The Backyard Scientist wanted to see what other kinds of things you could add a gas engine to that don’t need one. So he took a tiny nitromethane-powered engine and revved up a desk fan, a USB charger, and a toothbrush.

Smashing Things with a 3-Ton Hammer

Smashing Things with a 3-Ton Hammer

The guys from How Ridiculous add a new weapon to their arsenal of destructive toys with the largest working hammer on the planet. They worked with DSM Consulting Engineers to build the 22-foot tool that can reset to its upright position using a hydraulic ram. Its 3-ton hammerhead brings the pain to anything in its way.

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God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen: Comma Placement Explained

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen: Comma Placement Explained

Here’s a little Christmas song for the grammar and punctuation nerds out there. Enjoy as RamsesThePigeon sings an a cappella version of God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, and plays around with the comma placement to explain why it goes where it does.

Short Calf Muscle

Short Calf Muscle

After a comment about “your kind,” a man thinks he’s being called out for being gay. But it turns out that Anders is being picked on for something completely different that he doesn’t even realize. Writer/Director Victoria Warmerdam’s short film offers a biting social commentary about stereotypes and being treated like an outsider.

Tom Holland vs. Hot Wings

Tom Holland vs. Hot Wings

(PG-13: Language) Supervillains take note: if you want to shut down Spider-Man, feed him the spiciest hot sauce you can. Actor Tom Holland stopped by Hot Ones to talk about playing Peter Parker, give Sean some golf tips, and eventually calls for a doctor. And to think, he almost started with the spiciest wing.

Godzilla with an Ice Cream Cone

Godzilla with an Ice Cream Cone
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Sportswear brand A-dam sells comfy hoodies, sweatpants, t-shirts, and socks embroidered with tiny characters inspired by pop culture. Our favorite is this design with Godzilla about to cool off his fire-breath with an ice cream cone. We also want the Furby, Wilson, and the twins from The Shining.

World’s Strongest Nutcracker

World’s Strongest Nutcracker

Your typical nutcracker does a pretty good job at pulverizing walnut shells. But Shane from Stuff Made Here wanted something that could crack a steel nut, so he put his engineering chops to good use and built this insanely powerful nutcracker that uses gunpowder to chomp down with more force than Jaws in Moonraker.

Hamildolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

Hamildolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

The talented vocalists of Eclipse 6 put together this great holiday-themed parody of Hamilton which recasts the part of Alexander Hamilton with a similarly brilliant outsider who will someday guide Santa’s sleigh. This story has a much happier ending too. (Thanks, Rob!)

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