We’ve seen plenty of food vs lava videos over the years, but the combination of footage by Bryan Lowry and a snippet of Werner Herzog’s narration from Into The Inferno makes the demise of Chef Boyardee more dramatic. Watch it below. [click to continue…]
Even talking politics at the dinner table isn’t as destructive as this. What kind of monster would do such a thing?
SpongeBob SquarePants animator Sean Charmatz is giving the world a glimpse of the “Secret Life of Stuff” while simultaneously showing us how our perspective on mundane objects can change with the addition of a face and some stick limbs.
A bunch of examples can be seen in the video below, which includes (among others) a strawberry lobotomy, a marshmallow’s swim in hot chocolate, a mournful donut, and a wad of gum’s final moment. [click to continue…]
Thanksgiving can be a royal pain in the ass for the person that’s doing the cooking. If that person is you, you might want to consider running your kitchen on dog power. This brilliant and unsanitary idea wasn’t brought to us by Elon Musk (he missed the boat on it), but Joseph Herscher of Joseph’s Machines. See how his method works below. [click to continue…]
The picture below from a Reddit commenter really sells it. [click to continue…]
So why did Twitch streamer Rudeism decide to play Overwatch with a microwave oven? Who knows. Who cares? These days, you just need to roll with the weirdness.
While playing Overwatch with a kitchen appliance might seem a bit random, I will say that Rudeism’s overall inventiveness is pretty entertaining. And if he can figure out how to play Battlefield 1 with a blender, well, then he’s got a fan for life. Watch the video below (autoplay). [click to continue…]
Redditor Joshua_Glock crowdsourced help when he spotted this sign at Yaya’s Thai Restaurant and and hundreds of people have weighed in on the answer with some very confusing words that I don’t understand.
Apparently, if you ask nicely they will tell you the password, but where’s the challenge in that?
Clearly, this poor pug saw this puppuccino post and wants in on it. Starbucks doesn’t have a pug-thru however (they should), so he can only squish his face against the glass and hope that his human gets the message. Fortunately, pug’s faces are well suited for it.
What you are about to witness is an official promotional stunt for the live-action film Death Note: Light Up the New World. It features Ryuk performing the “Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen” dance.
And I thought the insanity had peaked with a PPAP Cafe.
Experience it in the video below. [click to continue…]