These crazy kids decide to join hands to do an experiment with an electric fence. And as expected, they get electrocuted (DUH.)
While it’s clear that all is safe, I have no idea why people continue to inflict pain on themselves like this. I mean, it’s called an ELECTRIC FENCE for a reason.
We’ve all experienced the magic that is dry ice. Whether it was billowing out of a test tube in science class or a novelty dessert at a kid friendly restaurant, it was always a reliable crowd pleaser.
And if you think the only way to enjoy the effects dry ice now is to have it blown in your face by the DJ at your favourite club, think again. These guys found four adult ways to get a thrill out of the subzero toy. There’s even a condom involved.
Watch the video to see the dry ice explode, bubble and fart. Okay, so maybe their methods aren’t so “adult” after all…
One of the first things we noticed when our Toshiba Z930s arrived were their shockingly light weight. Everyone in our office took turns holding it, amazed that something could be insanely portable and functional. Next, we started comparing it to some of the other computers in the office and we couldn’t figure out how to communicate its extreme light weight. Thus, Jordan and Casey took on the challenge. This is what they came up with.
Usually when you come across a tutorial on YouTube, it’s to find out how to get the hottest trend, or in some cases, watch as girls let their boyfriends apply their makeup.
In this time-lapse video, it shows a typical girl next door, turning into your worst nightmare. It’s crazy what makeup can do to you, especially seeing it in the flesh and not just another photoshopped ad. The video was created for Intel’s A Momentary Lapse, to celebrate the change over time. I wonder what other examples they could of came up with?
Sigh.. looks like the zombie craze will never end.
That was the question asked by Put Zombies Back On TV. AMC dressed up some willing New Yorkers as zombies and had them stumble through the city among unknowing pedestrians. The roamers look pretty convincing, with fake blood streaming down their faces and yellowed teeth. They even got a couple screams.
Dish recently dropped AMC’s programming, including The Walking Dead, Mad Men and Breaking Bad. So they did the experiment to prove that zombies don’t belong on the street, but they do belong on television. Let’s put them back there people!
You’d be lying to yourself if you said you never heard Carly Rae Jepsen’s single, “Call Me Maybe.” The song itself is a pick up line and what better way to use the chorus than hitting on some girls? Rob Bradford did just that in the digitsshow web series, that showcases many social experiments with unsuspecting victims.
Rob went up to a few girls, introduced himself and said the famous words, ”I just met you, um and this is crazy, but can I get your number, to call you maybe?”
Turns out, it was a success! Now I’m just saying, this guy looks like a total underwear model, so anything that came out of his mouth might be appealing. Most of the girls smiled and knew where he was going with it, even finishing the sentence before he could.
I’d like to see what would happen if you put an average guy in his shoes and re-film the whole thing, but hey, I guess Carly is playing cupid and not even knowing it.
The 27-year-old musician from London, England is using his fascination with the sounds of daily life to take music in a whole new direction.
“The way I work basically is I get really hungry for new sounds,” Young told andPOP over the phone from New York, where he is currently supporting his EP, Buds. “One thing that’s really exciting me [right now] is I was in my flat a few months back and I just heard this almighty, gigantic [crashing plates] noise and it was a rich sound … I’ve got this place with a concrete floor to start smashing plates on the floor for my next project.”