Lauri and Anni of the Hydraulic Press Channel couldn’t let one of their best tools gather dust for too long. This time they used their spaghetti-slash-worm-making press tool to smush Stretch Armstrong, burning candles, squishy toys, and other random stuff. Hungry for more?
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(PG-13: Language) Musician and entertainer Seth Everman created the ultimate YouTube reaction video, in which he reacts to people reacting to him performing wizardry. Even if you don’t watch the whole thing, it’s worth watching just for the Vsauce Michael title card.
Neil Cicierega’s latest video pokes fun at the numerous infographics and clips listing unique state attributes. Here, he runs down the strange and disturbing dreams that each of America’s 50 states experiences, in all likelihood due to some sort of chemical in the water.
Bandai’s Neko Busou are domestic cat figures with mounted weapons. Bandai originally whipped them up as April Fools’ jokes, but now they’re giving cat lovers what they want. There are four simple blind-boxed figures and one cat that comes with all of the accessories.
Hot Toys’ new Deadpool action figure comes with a ton of humor, accessories and exchangeable parts, including a pair of high heels referencing the music video for Celine Dion’s song for Deadpool 2. It also comes with a unicorn doll and an X-Men trainee jersey.
“It all started with Miyamoto seeing ‘King Kong’ and saying, ‘Hey, let’s just do that!'” While we already know the real reason his name is “Donkey,” we still enjoyed Smosh Games‘ parody of Nintendo’s big lug of an ape, and his rise to fame from his early 8-bit arcade days.
(PG-13: Language) You might recognize Charlie White’s voice as that of snarky game reviewer Cr1TiKaL. In this clip, Charlie shares one of the benefits of Toys ‘R’ Us going out of business – the 5,400 or so bargain-priced plastic balls he was able to give his dog as a gift.
We’ve heard him perform as characters from Game of Thrones and Family Guy before, now sit back and enjoy comedian and impressionist Scheiffer Bates‘ spot on vocalizations of Thor, Professor X, Magneto, Rocket Raccoon, and more. His Tony Stark, on the other hand… nope.