Note: Volume ON, commentary is value-add (“Holy balls on a butt, and a fart, and a hol-y good snot.”) This is a video from Youtuber thebachelorsfridge experimenting to see if a sparkler will burn all the way through a raw egg he’s poked it in, and sealed the entry and
This is an hour-long bardcore medley of Eminem songs (with no rapping) as composed by Beedle The Bard. It includes such medieval bangers as The Real Slim Shady, Lose Yourself, Without Me, Stan, The Way I Am, and MORE. Like Halloween candy, some were definitely better than others. And while
These are a couple videos of a man mounting a pole using only his legs while competing in Mallakhamba. Mallakhamba is a traditional Indian sport which “involves performing aerial yoga or gymnastic postures and wrestling grips with a vertical stationary or hanging wooden pole, cane, or rope.” That looks insane.
These are several Instagram videos of Lance Lynn demonstrating his exceptional skill with Freeskates, tiny two-wheeled skateboards, one for each foot. In case you couldn’t tell from the screencaps, he’s not attached to them either (and wearing flip flops in the video on the mini halfpipe!), which allows him to
Because everybody needs a hobby, Philadelphia-based Instagrammer Sp Wîz built a radio controlled 4-wheeler with a Chucky doll on top and takes it out driving in traffic to startle people. That’s cool. At least until somebody runs it over. Then it’s broken. Broken things can still be cool though. Take
This is a video of man who I assume is a cyberpunk circus performer demonstrating his very impressive diabolo routine, which involves juggling the batons the string is attached to while the axle spins on it. That looks like some grade-A sorcery right there. Now I don’t know the first
This is a video of the Maytree Acapella Quintet (previously) performing the soundtrack and sound effects of Street Fighter II ENTIRELY WITH THEIR MOUTHS. Me? I only use my mouth for eating and yelling at people. They do an amazing job, and the faces they make were definitely value-add as
Because people are weird, this is a video of the Cedar Rapids, Iowa based Heartland Brass Quintet hanging out by the tracks and attempting to communicate with a passing train using the same notes the train blows. Was it a success? I’m not sure, I don’t understand traintalk all that