This is a video of a man with literally nothing better to do (he looks bored!) attempting a variety of trick shots that took, what I can only assume, the entire pandemic to accomplish. Sure it’s more than I’ve accomplished in the same time, but I’m also not filming myself.
Because who actually uses a home treadmill for exercise instead of rapidly eating Cheez-Its or riding in a laundry basket at faster and faster speeds, these are several videos of Youtuber Steve Wilkins and sons hosting 100 car demolition derbies on the piece of workout equipment, regularly increasing the speed
Because everybody has a unique talent, this is a video of entertainer Taylor (aka itzabennie) demonstrating hers: some incredibly realistic mouth trumpeting of Benny Goodman, ‘The Imperial March’, and Louis Armstrong’s cover of ‘La Vie en Rose.’ I mean if you start a fire in the nearest wastebasket and close
This is a timelapse video from Youtuber Temponaut Timelapse of ants eating a slice of tangerine over the course of 50 hours, but most of the fruit is already gone by 20 hours. For reference, I was once responsibly for bringing the orange slices to my adult league kickball game
This is a video of train maniac (trainiac) Jason Shron giving a passenger’s point-of-view tour of the HO scale model railway he built to resemble some of the the real-life route from Toronto to Montreal, aka the Canadian National Railway’s Kingston Subdivision line. The interior of the train seen in
Because dream it and you achieve it (or, in my case, die giving it the ol’ college-try nowhere near your goal), this is a video of Ernest Brenchley of freestyle trampoline crew(?) Radial Flipz performing what is allegedly the world’s first trampoline octuple backflip with the help of a couple
Because how can you trust a bro if you can’t even rely on him to stop a box fan or Gatorade cooler thrown at your face, or every kind of ball imaginable at your nuts, this is a compilation of the bros (and at least one sis) of TikTok YngEra
This is a video of Japanese finger tutting (aka finger dancing) group XTRAP performing ‘Piano Fingers’, a very impressive synchronized tutting routine featuring their hands clad in glow-in-the-dark gloves. And you know how I feel about glow-in-the-dark gloves. “They make it easier to see what pieces are in the handful