- Your WTF for the day - Beatboxing 2.0?
- Your WTF for the day - Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration
- Role Models - Most Badass Cockatiel
- Music - Pomplamoose
- Classic WTF - Impossible is Nothing
- Your WTF for the day - The Man Your Man Could Smell Like
- DINOSAUR BALLET
- Tasty Jams - The Muppets
- Trashed Idea - Pixel Shrooms
- Your WTF for the day - Japanese Bass!!
Monthly Archives: March 2010
A cute little animation involving some octopi and their struggles to stay together, despite one chef’s intentions.
And boy do they. This wonderful man woman creature comes to us singing under the name Big Mouth and it has a wonderful talent involving creating horse sounds. Skip to 1:20 for the action.
The subject of both admiration from countless comedians and a 2005 documentary, the joke titled “The Aristocrats” has it’s own legacy and chances are you’ve never heard of it. Well Gilbert Gottfried, who is one of the noted comedians in … Continue reading
If only other companies would realize that all they need to do to appeal to the mass public is create REAL commercials to endorse REAL people to attend their institutes, much like this fellow here.
I really don’t have any background information on this story, but it seems like a legitimate production of the final scene in Scarface as done by 8 year olds. What did you do at age 8? EMBED-Scarface School Play – … Continue reading
Another fun experiment using music and numbers to create a special graphic aid as it explores the symmetry of sounds and how they can interact. See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.
Sometimes you put your money where your mouth is. Not every time.
So the website itself isn’t actually called Alien vs. Pooh but rather is a hand-drawn story of how things would transpire if said characters were to happen upon each other. One of the better things I’ve come across recently.
I really can’t justify the music or the slow start of this video, but it has a fat black man’s head killing people at the end. Nuf said. EDIT: Looks like Hot Chip doesn’t like their video being embedded. Check … Continue reading
Some of you may have seen Will.I.Am’s Emmy-winning collaborative video entitled, “Yes We Can” which was shot together using different parts of Obama’s speeches throughout his campaign. It really is a soulful video if you aren’t Republican and don’t absolutely … Continue reading
As many of you trivia people know, male seahorses are the ones who carry the babies until they hatch. While I’m sure there are tons of sexual jokes related to this phenomenon, I instead give you the actual birthing sequence, … Continue reading
It’s looking more and more like Etsy is the new place for weird purchases on the interwebs. To add another check to that list, check out this lint teddy bear I recently found on there for only $8. From the … Continue reading
This is kind of slow and doesn’t really go anywhere, but it’s still pretty interesting. It’s an artistic representation of numbers in nature, obviously, highlighting different principles of math and incorporating it into different subjects of nature.
Now you might read this and think, that’s not the funniest joke, but you must understand the context it’s presented in. [This project] was created by Prof. Richard Wiseman and The British Association for the Advancement of Science, and involved … Continue reading
Found a really intriguing art experiment with the goal of creating a unique petri dish once a day for a full year. Using reflective epoxy polymer and petri dishes, Klari Reis started last year and put these amazing art pieces … Continue reading
If you don’t know what a merkin is, I don’t blame you, but I will say, your welcome. At $15 a pop, these panties are an absolute must. From their Etsy page: These hair panties have fluffy yellow faux fur … Continue reading
Saw this a while ago and was reminded of it now that I’ve received my copies of 1984 and Animal Farm by Orwell. Clever and poignant.
I didn’t know this but apparently Google’s informal motto is “Don’t be evil”. Simple and concise. Now if only that mantra reflected their recent never-ending consumption of information and technology.