Here’s another feline that must be in demand with parents. Although this time the cat isn’t really taking care of the baby so much as it’s cuddling the little human to submission.
…and we mean that title literally. Either this elephant was offended that it was being watched, or it has a disgusting sense of humor. “Hello, I am an elephant, and this is jackass.”
Alcohol is one of the leading causes of death in Finland. This chilling Finnish commercial for Lasinen lapsuus (“Fragile childhood”) imagines how inebriated adults appear to their children.
A wonderful animated short that perfectly captures the proverb, “Home is where the heart is.” Made by 3rd year students at Gobelins. English translation of text and dialogue here.
Icon Motorsports sends a couple of its top riders on a global motorcycle odyssey to test out their latest in riding gear. At the end of the day, it’s a 30-minute commercial, but it’s still worth your time.
A group of post-apocalyptic hipster kids express their angry blameless confusion in the music video for G#, a track from Cut It Out, the comeback EP from Canadian noise rock band Kitten.
YouTuber enquaynay reimagined a classic scene in Portal 2, creating humanoid forms for Wheatley and GLaDOS with a Disney-like art style. She should’ve made Chell a robot just for kicks.
Dancer Yash Agrawai (aka “RoboPop“) takes on a tiny humanoid robot, and does his best to replicate all the moves of the little mechanical dude. Or is it the other way around? We’re not sure.
Mr. Wizard may have paved the way for kid-friendly educational shows, but Mike Schuster has lots of evidence proving that we can also pick up tips on sarcasm and trolling from the old man.
Buddhist monks spend days creating an intricate mandala using colored sands. Once complete, they destroy their masterwork in seconds, symbolizing the impermanence of life. More here.
While we’ve featured many of these clips individually on The Awesomer, the guys over at RandomWinVideos have compiled a bunch of these awesome moments into one neat little package.
LEGO fanatic Akiyuki has spent years working on complex mechanical LEGO builds, and his latest is a real doozie. The 100-foot-long machine serves no purpose but to shuttle around 500 tiny balls.
The music video for The Beards’ Got Me a Beard. Frankly, the song itself isn’t reason enough to watch the clip, but the art and story of the animated short will make it worth your while.
A man freshens up the old Coke and Mentos trick by adding a condom to control the chaos. This might as well be an ad for Durex, what with the display of toughness of their product.
Vsauce tackles the anti-joke about the chicken crossing the road, the science behind humor, the world’s oldest joke and more. What we want to know is what Vsauce is doing below the camera.
John Carpenter is famous for being the first person to win the top prize in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. But he’s also known for how he did it. Watch him take on the last question on YouTube.
The nearly always silent Teller shows off his incredible sleight of hand and close-up magic skills in this brilliant, head-scratching performance from the UK show Penn & Teller Fool Us.
HESAV (University of Health Sciences in Switzerland) and NOTsoNOISY created this stop motion video using the 11-story HESAV building as a screen and its windows and shutters as pixels.
DJ Scratch Bastard tears up the turntables at Scribble Jam a few years back, perfectly mixing in Star Wars sounds with his performance. Stick around for the truly Imperial finish.
A dental patient got the ride of his life when he came in for an appointment in a clinic manned by the Impractical Jokers. He should’ve said “Oh no you didn’t” after they raised him up.
A classic bonus round, featuring the most idiotic answers ever provided. If you think the first guy’s answers were dumb, just wait. Though to be fair Dawson didn’t say “exactly 3 letters.”
Argonne Labs scientist Chris Benmore demonstrates his acoustic levitator, which can make small objects or small amounts of fluids float by encasing them in a standing wave. More here.
This computer animated short by Dan Sumich is a hilarious, action-packed and literal take on the butterfly effect. The pace, graphics and the layout of the city reminds us of Crazy Taxi.
There have to be only a handful of jobs more fun than working on a sitcom. Here’s six seasons of proof from the US version of The Office. Seeing Toby and Creed laugh cracks us up mightily.
A collection of twenty three ridiculously close calls between man, machine, animal and the occasional act of plain old stupidity. Every single one of these people should go buy a Powerball ticket.
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