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Cake Anything

Cake Anything

Pastry artist Lara Mason specializes in baking unusual and realistic cakes. If you’ve got a strange request, she’ll rise to the challenge, even if your idea involves an anatomically-correct bulldog named Dave in a captain’s uniform, or an upside-down Spider-Man hanging from his web.

Conan’s Exit Interview

Conan’s Exit Interview

It’s hard to believe it, but Conan O’Brien’s late-night TV career has drawn to a close. As part of the final festivities, Homer Simpson was brought in to conduct Conan’s exit interview for TBS. Surprisingly, it was way less awkward than that time Zach Galifianakis interviewed him on Between Two Ferns.

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Transition Contact Lenses

Transition Contact Lenses

We like prescription sunglasses that automatically change from light to dark depending on the amount of sunlight. But this parody commercial from John Milhiser shows us just how wrong things could go if they put the same technology into contact lenses.

Returning to an RPG

Returning to an RPG

Joel Haver makes fun of what it’s like to pick up and start playing a role-playing video game that you haven’t played in a while. His observations on the mundane side quests and the NPCs are especially on-the-nose. Along the way, he worked in a few references to his previous game parody videos.

Slap on Me

Slap on Me

YouTuber RamsesThePidgeon proves that we have yet to hear every possible cover version of a-ha’s 1985 classic Take on Me. Ramses says he had the earworm stuck in his head, and the only way to get it out was to beat it out of himself.

Bicycle-powered Car

Bicycle-powered Car

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a car that ran on pedal power. But Life OD’s bike-powered Honda is among the silliest car mods we’ve ever seen. This ridiculous ride had its engine ripped out and replaced with a bicycle built for two cantilevered out of the hood. We’re gonna go out on a limb and guess it’s not street-legal.

Smells Like Seth Everman

Smells Like Seth Everman

Stone-faced musician Seth Everman is back at his synth with a performance of Nirvana’s 1991 classic Smells Like Teen Spirit done in a bunch of different styles. The steel drum version makes us want to lie on a beach sipping Piña Coladas while the sun beats down on us.

Marvel Hungry

Marvel Hungry

If they want to keep their strength up, superheroes and villains have got to eat. Film editor Ariel Avissar reminds us of the times when the heroes, baddies, sidekicks, and citizens of the MCU took a moment out from the chaos to grab a bite.

The Fart Limit

The Fart Limit

It turns out most of the stuff that comes out of your butt when you pass gas is odorless. Michael from Vsauce explains the 1% that makes farts stink, and the theoretical possibilities if your body emitted much more of that noxious stuff.

No Country for Old Chicken

No Country for Old Chicken

This commercial spot for Korean fast food joint Barun Chicken starts out as a tribute to the Coen Brothers’ creepy 2007 thriller No Country for Old Men. But things lighten up quickly after it’s revealed that’s not Javier Bardem under the wig.

Best-selling Songs 2010 to 14,000 BC

Best-selling Songs 2010 to 14,000 BC

Did you know that Ed Sheeran’s Shape of You was the best-selling song of the 2010s? Nope? Us either. Comedians Adrian Gray and Archie Henderson presents what starts out as a serious reverse-chronological listing but quickly descends into madness as things take a wrong turn between Cher and The Bee Gees.

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 whimsical 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.

Invincible Honest Trailer

Invincible Honest Trailer

(Gore) We were glued to our screen for every minute of Invincible season one. Robert Kirkman’s animated series has great characters, amazing action, visceral violence, and packs an emotional punch. Still, Screen Junkies managed to find a few things to poke fun at, especially the protagonist’s tendency to over-apologize.

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One Pound Fish Man x The Kiffness

One Pound Fish Man x The Kiffness

After blowing up the internet with his musical version of Alugalug Cat, musician The Kiffness is back with another gem. This time, he created a live-looped beat to go with 2012 classic The One Pound Fish Man. Come on ladies. Have a, have a look.

Rube Goldberg Pizza Factory

Rube Goldberg Pizza Factory

Rube Goldberg machine creator Joseph’s Machines came up with the best way to make pizza ever. The clever invention uses a model railroad engine to spin the pizza, while various other mechanisms layer on the ingredients. Now he just needs to figure out a way to move it into the oven.

The Guitar Hero Robot

The Guitar Hero Robot

We never could play Guitar Hero on Hard or Expert levels. Engineer Nick O’Hara has no such problems, thanks to the robot he built. Jon Bot Jovi uses AI and computer vision tech to detect the notes and timing, then triggers solenoids to push the guitar’s fret buttons and strum bar to perform even the most challenging tracks.

Helmets Have Always Been a Good Idea

Helmets Have Always Been a Good Idea

Any bicycle or motorcycle rider with a brain in their head knows that it’s worth protecting their noggin with a helmet. This funny public service announcement from the Danish Road Safety Council reminds us that even in the era of the Vikings, wearing a helmet was the right thing to do.

Lifting a Lada

Lifting a Lada

We didn’t have the patience to wait for the English translation of this Garage 54 video, because it’s too ridiculous to pass up. Stick around and you’ll see them replace the chassis of their see-through Lada with a wonky homemade platform and tall springs that lift the car’s body about 3 feet off the ground. Body roll, anyone?

Without Me: Bluegrass Edition

Without Me: Bluegrass Edition

There I Ruined It have outdone themselves, turning Eminem’s Without Me into a twangy bluegrass song that sounds like it could have been the theme to The Beverly Hillbillies or Hee-Haw. We suppose that’s what you get when you start your song with square dance instructions, Marshall.

Blink-182 in the 1980s

Blink-182 in the 1980s

Blink-182 is already the poppiest of pop-punk bands, but they sound even more bubbly in this synth pop cover version. Mick Mazz imagines what it would have been like if the band recorded All the Small Things sometime between 1985 and 1990, and used a lot more synthesizers.

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8-Bit Game Dance

8-Bit Game Dance

Remember 8-bit fighting games like Karateka and International Karate? The members of dance/comedy troupe Fair Play Crew did a great job replicating the staccato movements of the characters in retro games like those. The fun starts at 1:07:17 on this Shanghai TV talent show.

America: The Motion Picture

America: The Motion Picture

Netflix offers up a completely inaccurate history lesson on the origins of the U.S., in which a foul-mouthed, chainsaw-wielding George Washington leads the founding fathers. Voiced by Channing Tatum, Jason Mantzoukas, Olivia Munn, Judy Greer, Killer Mike, Bobby Moynihan, Raoul Max Trujillo, and more. Drops 7.30.2021.

Anything for Your Mum

Anything for Your Mum

Award-winning director Sam Pilling and a very talented creative team pulled off this bonkers commercial for Winamax. After winning big on the online betting site, a man treats his mother to a first-class flight, only she doesn’t get in a cab and head to the airport, she takes the elevator.

Launching Stuff from an Air Blob

Launching Stuff from an Air Blob

The guys from How Ridiculous love to drop stuff from a height to see what happens to when it hits the bottom. But instead of just smashing things this time, they placed objects on one side of an airbag, then dropped weights onto the other side to see how high they could launch things.

Alugalug Cat: International Symphonic Edition

Alugalug Cat: International Symphonic Edition

A little while back, The Kiffness added music to that weird-sounding Alugalug Cat. When the video went viral, musicians around the world submitted their accompaniments to the tune, adding an unexpected amount of depth to what started out as a kitty sounding like he was about to cough up a hairball.

Memes on the Radio

Memes on the Radio

What did people do to share memes before the Internet? Heck, go back further to a time when the main method of broadcast communication was radio. Comedian Alasdair Beckett-King envisions what it might have been like if the BBC had to describe memes over the airwaves back in the 1940s.

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