This is a video of Gavin from The Slow Mo Guys (where’s Dan — what did you do to him?!) capturing some footage of an Apple Watch ejecting water from its speaker at approximately 196Hz when Water Lock is turned off. Me? I never remember to turn Water Lock on in the first place, which may explain why my Apple Watch doesn’t work anymore. “That’s a slap bracelet.” And that may explain it even better. Hold out your arm!
Thanks to Charlie H, who agrees this is the technological equivalent of turning your head sideways and banging on it after getting out of a pool.
This is a short video of a pet boa constrictor attacking its owner from above because what else are you gonna do when he’s always treating you like a coat? In his own words (the dude’s, not the snake’s):
I was letting my snake hang out on my coat rack right behind me while I was cleaning and on IG Live. I kept bobbing up and down taunting her and forgetting she was there then she tagged me on my shoulder really quick. No injury, just funny.
Wait — is that your bedroom? Who has a coat rack in their bedroom? Now I’m not sure what brand of cereal you got your interior design degree from, but I’d demand my proof-of-purchases back.
These are a couple commercials for Hasbro’s Marvel Legends Interactive Electronic Deadpool Head coming this September ($99 from Entertainment Earth). The head and eyes move as it speaks its over 600 Deadpool phrases, and responds to sounds, being picked up, and being turned upside-down. It also includes a downloadable smartphone app for more direct control. Obviously, if you don’t hack this thing to work with your Amazon Alexa, you’ve done it wrong. And, if you don’t hack this thing to work with MY Amazon Alexa, well *sharpening knife* you’ve just done it the wrongest.
Thanks to my buddy Closet Nerd, who has undoubtedly already shut up and handed over a fistful of money.
This is a video of a cat that apparently learned how to eat by watching claw machines and attempts to grab an entire mouthful of the brown and crunchy at a time. You know what they say though– “Cats are f***ing weird.” FACT. It’s one of the fundamental laws of the universe, like the sky is only blue because that’s the name we gave that particular shade of the visible spectrum. Food for thought. “That’s cat food.” *crunching* I eat what my mom gives me.
what in the world kind of pig cat eats like this pic.twitter.com/q1LojIN6bY
— Luke in Philadelphia (@tramL116) June 13, 2020
This is a video of musician Davidlap recreating various video game console sounds using his guitars. Like watching a roommate attempt to eat all the leftover condiments after a barbecue, you may be surprised how well he does. Of course David here probably won’t puke in your car on the way home and swear he’ll pay to have it cleaned but never does, and now it still smells like onions and mustard whenever it gets hot outside.