Convince your friends that you should be part of the X-Men by turning water into ice instantly! As Grant Thompson shows you, It’s less sorcery and more science.
The thing about best friends is that they don’t have to be human. Need some proof? Check out this video of a dog pushing a man in a wheelchair through the flooded streets of Russia. Well, we assume it’s Russia because of the video’s title.
The only awful person in the whole video had to be the person who was filming the touching moment of dog love. They were clearly in a cozy car and didn’t offer to help the person in the wheelchair and his dog a lift. Humanity, man. It’s sometimes hard to believe in when you have dogs being more upstanding humans than actual humans.
Now here’s the type of mom that will have her kids telling her to “cut it out!” instead of the other way around. If her killer drumming skills are any indication of how badass she is, I can’t imagine how cool she was back in the day.
Seriously. I was NOT expecting that AT ALL.
Why anyone would want to get rid of the world’s cat is beyond me, but freddiew‘s world is a dark place when the likes of Wiggles, the president of the United Sates, order a mass kitty genocide. It’s up to a group of kids to save the last cat on Earth. It’s not as easy as you think as military dogs packing some serious heat as they try to track down the precious cat. It’s life or death for these kids who probably spent too much time on the internet before the dogs took over.
But where, oh, where is the rest of the Internet crowd? You’d think we would’ve banded together by now to save every cat we can, or at least buy enough peanut butter to distract the dogs.
Somebody give this couple free gas FOR LIFE, because they definitely know how to have fun. With a free tank of gas on the line, news anchor Jack Rafferty gets this musical pair to belt out Bon Jovi and the Eurythmics.
This is what I call true bliss and happiness. These two also seem to be great fun during karaoke sessions.
The people at Google are total jerks. It’s like they somehow infiltrated the office and began throwing dust into the air just as I hit play on their Mother’s Day ad. With my allergies acting up, I can’t help but tear up a little during their latest Mother’s Day ad. It’s incredibly endearing and I feel like hugging my mom now.
Thanks, Google, for not going to sentimental cheesy route like every other advertiser who tries to guilt trip me. Because really, I don’t feel terrible for not using Google +. Sorry, but I do like your video! Yay!
I’m still reeling from my Xbox’s untimely demise as its red ring status also means I can’t play Mortal Kombat anymore. Fine. Whatever. I’ll just go get my Sega Dreamcast and play some Marvel Vs. Capcom. I don’t need to see a fictitious character rip the spine out of his enemy in HD. I’ll just sick mini-robots on my opponents not in HD. No biggie.
Anyways, I swear my gaming troubles segways into artist Jonny Lawrence‘s stop motion video where his Street Fighter-inspired creation fights his artsy fingers (as for the connection, Street Fighter characters are featured in Marvel Vs. Capcom. Yay! We got there!). His video is really cool because a) all I can draw is stick figures, b) I don’t possess the patience to do anything stop-motion animated and c) it takes a lot of effort to create something this cool and interactive which I obviously have to applaud.
Maybe that’s what I should ask Santa for this year: a bit of creativity. And patience. Which I would like now. (Ha! See what I did there? No, you don’t care? Sigh.)
This insanely fast gymnastic routine can’t be real, right? BECAUSE IT’S BLOWING MY MIND!
While watching a good movie with friends is nice way to spend time, there’s nothing like a bad movie night to really make some magical friendship moments. No one ever wants to kill the vibe with their talking while watching a good movie, but everyone will want to hear your vitriolic thoughts as the dumbest plot point happens out of nowhere. Just in case you’re hoping to set up your own bad movie night, here are 5 bad movies that are so bad but so good that you need to watch them. Now.
5. Mortal Kombat
When it first came out in 1995, Mortal Kombat was the shit. Looking back, you can tell just how bad the graphics are and how terribly melodramatic the characters are. But who cares? Scorpio had snake-like blades coming out from his hands. Badass.
4. Spice World
As a kid growing up with a Spice Girls poster on my wall, THIS IS A CLASSIC. I really didn’t understand why no one wanted to watch Spice World with me during my first year of university so I could use it as source material for a Spice Girls essay I was working on (I got an A in case you were wondering). While the scene where the girls meet the aliens randomly in the woods was awful, the shot of the bus jumping over the Tower Bridge is a cinematic masterpiece. Girl Power!
3. Any Twilight Movie
Want to be the fastest person on the planet? Easy.
Just watch this video and listen to Usain Bolt himself explain his technique. With some practice (or hell, just wing it!), you’ll soon winning the 100m.
I particularly loved this quote: ”60m, that’s when I become a beast really.”
You may think he’s cocky. But honestly, if I was the fastest person on the planet, I would be celebrating like no tomorrow. Don’t act like you wouldn’t do it either…
How epic is the Game of Thrones theme song? I feel like it’s one of those songs that you can listen to outside of the show. For example, while you’re playing a game (maybe, risk? heh.), doing an assignment, or while you secretly pretend to rule the Seven Kingdoms. If you don’t know the theme song, then here’s your chance to hear it:
Obviously, an awesome theme song is just begging to be remixed. Here are 8 Game of Thrones Covers you need to check out:
1. Techno Remix
If Game Of Thrones were truly created in the 80/90s, it would have definitely had this for its theme song.
2. Sung By A Dog
IT’S JUST SO CUTE AND IT GOES ON CUE.
3. Sung By A Cat
Okay, I know I fell in love with the dog, but seriously, I think the cat wins this round.
4. Floppy Drives
We’ve gotten to that point on the internet where normal covers of songs are not extraordinary enough. These days, we need something original to make us go “woah, that is an awesome cover”. How about this for a WOW factor?
Did you think you were going crazy because it sounds like bicycle horns? Nope. You’re not the only one! The tumblr user, aberrantkenosis, has put a twist into the famous “Mambo No. 5″ by doing it through only that item. Please, share your awesomeness because it’s not fair that you’re keeping it all to yourself!
Who knew you can make bicycle horns sounds so musical?
Because every now and again, your pet wants to show their appreciation.
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Things take a dark turn in this Calvin and Hobbes fan-made live action trailer by GrittyReboots.
Calvin’s all grown up but he hasn’t left Hobbes or his imagination behind. But unlike the happy, fun days of his childhood, his imagination has other plans for Calvin, making his life more miserable than enjoyable.
You have different types of swimming strokes — backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, etc. But here’s a new style to add to the list: hallway swimming.
The great thing about this is that you don’t even have to be in water to do this type of swimming! You’re probably thinking I’m crazy, but that’s what this guy did. He basically “swam” in the hall between lockers with some pretty impressive flip turn techniques. Just imagine how dizzy he must have felt after because I got dizzy just looking at the video!
Maybe this will catch on like planking. Nonetheless, they should give the janitor a raise for waxing the floors to make this possible.
Still cant get enough of The Lumineers’ Ho Hey??
Then perhaps you should listen to the all-clucking rendition of the song by The Chickeneers, a band comprised of Jimmy Fallon, Blake Shelton, Nick Offerman and Chris Tartaro.
Someone needs to get this in iTunes ASAP. Or at the very least, get this band on tour.
This version of the song is so catchy that after the first time listening, I knew all the words.
Japan is simply the best when it comes to really weird things. Gratuitous McDonald’s fries binge eating parties? Got it. The technology to almost accurately simulate a pregnancy? Old news. Epic cartoon dramas? Available by the butt load.
Nowadays, the new popular thing to do as a Japanese kid is to reenact and take photos of the infamous Kamehameha attack from Dragon Ball with your friends. Apparently, Japanese teens (mostly school girls it seems) have been uploading their photos to message boards and websites for a chance at internet fame.
I don’t disapprove of this at all but considering how old the anime series is, I don’t know why this didn’t happen sooner because Kamehameha attack > planking any day.