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Young Eduard Taberner started his Sticky Man stop-motion animation project two years ago at age 15, and recently completed it. We admire his dedication and enjoy the simplicity and humor in his handmade drawings. Bravo.
When their flight is delayed, members of the Philadelphia Orchestra decide to break the boredom with a impromptu rendition of the lastï»¿ movement of DvoÅ™Ã¡k’s American Quartet. This stuff never happens to us. (Thanks Aetherion!)
A friendly jogger is a little too interested in guessing a fellow runner’s heritage in David Neptune and Ken Tanaka’s amusing video. Even funnier are the viewer comments read by the actors. Ever experienced this? (Thanks OKE!)
(NSFW: Language) It’s always amusing to us when we see someone flub some line or do something they shouldn’t be doing on live television. This compilation of international live news fails does the trick. (Thanks Dylan!)
80’s themes, energy drinks, zombies and MJ dance moves. Now that we’ve viewed this video by itinerant party planners Matinee, it’s still unclear what we’re watching, but it may be the greatest thing ever produced. (Thanks Mike!)
(NSFW: Language) The folks of The Lonely Island have put together a catchy tune that helps us understand the proper usage for semicolons. We’re still laughing trying to figure out if these examples are good or bad.
Dave Hax teaches us how to craft a clever mini bow and arrow out of common household items in this tutorial. We wonder if this is the weaponry the Brotherhood without Banners would use in mini Game of Thrones.
We’re curious to know what happened to Jeff Bliss, the student in this video who told his teacher his candid opinion of her teaching style and education in general. After watching, you might want an update too. (Thanks Josh!)
Boston-based artist Jake Fried has created a very entertaining, minute long animation with ink, gouache, white-out and coffee, drawn by hand. You might want to watch it more than once – the details are rich and fleeting.
(NSFW: Language, Spoilers) If you’ve followed Dexter’s grisly habit for the last seven seasons, you’ll enjoy this compilation of handy – and often ridiculous – excuses he manages to pull out when questioned.
This unofficial music video for You’re On Fire, from They Might Be Giants’ latest album Nanobots, includes the usual odd but inviting TMBG fun – vintage school films, old cartoons and lots of combustibles.
We’ve always admired Danny MacAskill’s talents on his bike; in the first of this six-part series we get to know the man behind the bike, working through concerns and options for his injuries, and reflecting on his career.
(NSFW: language) Isaac Brumaghim was minding his own business, kayak fishing, when he received an unexpected visitor. His reaction is priceless (and way better than if Chompy had actually made contact). (Thanks everybody!)
Ok. Let’s say, hypothetically, you’re not up for working right now, for whatever reason. Take a 2:11 break and watch this “Gorillage People” medley from Glove & Boots. You’ll forget anything you were just stressed out about.
The useful advice this lady is doling out will help all of us weather hailstorms better, especially when those suckers are the size of a quarter, doggone. And don’t forget to use the restroom either. (Thanks Ryan!)
We wish it were a tad more “authentic,” but it’s still enjoyable to watch Jeff Gordon get all bearded up and kick ass behind the wheel of a used Camaro, terrified car saleman in tow. (Thanks everyone!)