In news that’s sure to disappoint anybody with $300 of disposable income, Home Depot quickly sold out of the 12 ft. Giant-Sized Skeleton with LifeEyes from Home Accents. The $300 skeletons include LCD animated eyes for extra spooks and are unfortunately only available from dirty, price-gouging resellers on Amazon and
These are some real estate listing photos of a $100,000 condo for sale in Lake Worth, Florida, where the previous owner covered almost all interior walls with Budweiser cans like they’re wallpaper that previously got you drunk. Man — that is something. I especially like all the cans that have
These are a couple videos of le pianococktail, an upright piano modified by Voël Martin to dispense different juices and liquors into a waiting glass as different piano keys are pressed as its played. Heck yeah, play me a margarita! *drinks whole glass entirely too quickly* Mmmm, play it again,
This is a video of aerospace engineer Adam Woodworth building and demonstrating the toy hover pod he built that actually flies with the help of parts salvaged from a tiny quadrocopter toy. Pretty cool. Granted in this video The Child flies the thing like they’ve been serving unders at the
This is a video of guitarist Luca Stricagnoli covering The Beatles’ ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’ on acoustic guitar along with his latest invention, the “reverse slide neck”, attached to the bottom of the instrument. Luca says the slide can easily be attached or removed in a matter of seconds,
This is a video of a man demonstrating how to split a boulder in half with nothing but a hammer and some stone splitting shims. Remember: half of any battle is having the right tools for the job. The other half, at least in this case, is not getting crushed
This is a super short video of Washington State University track and fielder Ray Wells Jr. casually clearing a 61-inch (5-foot, 1-inch) hurdle with the apparent ease of stepping over a passed out roommate. For reference, I fell trying to put my pants on this morning and hurt my elbow.
This is a video from The Action Lab experimenting to determine whether a venus fly trap can eat a jelly bean. SPOILER: Yes, and attract a bunch of ants in the days-long process. Jelly beans, huh? I suppose that’s cool if you’re the sort of lowly peasant that hands out