Because my circus is always looking for a new act, this is an unsolicited video audition of a man hanging from some aerial straps picking up a woman spinning five hula hoops WITH HIS MOUTH. For reference, my grandma’s teeth would have come out well before that woman was off
This is a video of all the celebrity window cameos from the original Batman series (1966 – 1968) as Batman and Robin “climb” the exterior of buildings. There are fifteen in total, and they are, in order: 1. Jerry Lewis 2. George Cisar (from the 1966 film) 3. Dick Clark
This is a vintage clip from the Stupid Human Tricks segment of Late Night With David Letterman circa 1994 of a woman that looks like a cross between Alyssa Milano and my friend Bevin who can spit her gum out and catch it back in her mouth like Kirby. How
This is a pleasant little walking tour of Youtuber uly huerta’s neighborhood in Osaka, Japan, which really does put off some heavy Studio Ghibli vibes. The lack of people on the streets certainly does create a certain ambiance. For reference, my neighborhood gives off more of a dystopian future vibe.
This is a video of New York City removing the last public pay phone booth in the city, previously located at 7th Ave and W 50th Street in Manhattan. GOODBYE PAST, HELLO FUTURE! *rubbing hands together* Now — where are all the hoverboards and flying cars? Also can I borrow
This is a video of designer Ari Serrano demonstrating a pair of pants he made that have an integrated pet carrier in the butt. I’m pretty sure it’s more of a conceptual piece than a practical one, because you can’t sit while carrying your pet. Well you could, but then
This is a video from the Flamingoland Resort in Yorkshire, England of Mordred the raven (great name for a raven) performing a choreographed dance routine with his trainer, who’s been working with him since he was a few years old. How old is he now? BEATS ME, but with a
This is a video of Red Bull sponsored Swedish freeskier Jesper Tjäder setting a new world record for longest rail slide on skis, with an impressive 506-feet. Even millipedes are impressed! Because perseverance does occasionally pay off, it took Jesper 126 attempts to finally slide the whole rail, surpassing the