Unsurprisingly, the most popular gifts for both men and women is money and gift cards, so they can buy what they actually want instead of whatever you were going to get them because, I don’t know if you knew this about yourself or not, but you’re not the best gifter.
This is a comparison video from Red Side (previously), this time comparing the top speeds of various species of birds (whether walking or running). It begins with the slow 2.4MPH march of the penguin, and works its way all the way up to 242MPH dive of the peregrine falcon. Damn,
This is a timelapse video from Mountain Rug Cleaning documenting the restoration of a rug that I would have sworn up and down there was absolutely no hope of saving. Just look at how disgusting it was. Was it in a flood or something? Like the one in the Bible?
Note: full chart below. As 2023 rapidly comes to an end, this is a chart from StatsPanda of the top 10 highest grossing movies of the year, with the top two places (Barbie and Super Mario) both being based on things we played with as kids. How about that! So,
This is a chart created by Genuine Impact detailing the top 10 highest paid actors for a single performance in a movie (with Tom Cruise getting paid $100 million for three separate performances, and Robert Downey Jr., $70 million), including salary and box office royalties (where applicable). Personally, I would
Because everybody’s idea of a fun weekend with the boys is different, this is a video from Destin of Youtube channel Smarter Every Day (I’m the opposite) getting a group of his buddies together to pit eight different brands of string trimmer line against each other, tournament style. That slow
This is a video from Guinness World Records highlighting the life and purr of tabby cat Bella of Huntingdon, England, who was just awarded the record for the loudest purr, with a respectable 54.59 decibels. While it’s certainly not going to cause any hearing damage, that’s about as loud as
This is a video of ambidextrous artist DP Truong drawing two Black Panther portraits simultaneously, one with his left hand like he regularly would, and with his right in long horizontal lines the way a scanner scans. That’s wild, and I can’t even imagine how the human brain is capable