Remember the miniature recreation of Cedar Point’s Steel Vengeance roller coaster that Venomeater123 built out of K’Nex? Me neither, but apparently I posted it nine days ago. Anyway, now he’ back with a POV video of what a ride on the coaster is like, and let me tell you, it
Because this is the internet and the internet is full of weird hidden gems, here’s a video of a woman demonstrating how she thinks different pastas, cheeses, and breads would walk if they were human. And I’m pretty sure I speak for everyone here when I say thank God they
This is a video of musician Jared Halley performing all the individual instrumental parts (including vocals) of Green Day’s 1992 banger ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’ acapella, combining them into a multi-track performance of the entire song. That’s neat. You know, I always fancied my voice a bass guitar. It’s deep.
Inspired by the very real roller coaster Steel Vengeance at Cedar Point, this is a video of Venomeater123 (is that venom-eater or veno-meater?) demonstrating the miniature version he build using K’Nex. It took him almost a year to construct, which doesn’t surprise me, because that thing is massive. What would
Because dream it and, with enough people willing to risk broken bones you can achieve it, this is a video of Spain’s Castellers de Vilafranca setting a human pyramid record with a tower nine people high. Granted the very top floor of the tower is really only a half story
These are several videos of avante-garde juggler Michael Raynor (aka brokenjuggler, who kind of reminds me of an even crazier Benjamin Linus from Lost and I imagine lives in Venice Beach, California) performing some very outside-the-box juggling and balancing and devil-sticking and rolling a flaming cheeseburger around a parasol and
Presumably pleased with the Youtube success of his previous two iterations of squirrel mazes (version 2.0 here), this is a video of ex-NASA engineer turned Youtuber Mark Rober holding the Backyard Squirrelympics 3.0, an Olympic style competition in which squirrels compete in seven different events to see which is the
Spare time: apparently some people have buckets of it, because this is a video of Youtuber Cherokee Phil performing 31 different songs to the tune of the Gilligan’s Island theme. So that’s…something. Something I’m going to toy around with in the shower tonight! Sorry penis, I’m busy!