This is the ~$13 ‘Running Behind’ condiment bottle topper created by Sir Perky. It screws on to a variety of standard threaded bottle tops and makes it look like a little person is pooping out whatever is in the bottle. REAL MATURE. It also comes with a tiny butt plug
This is a video of Google engineers Lucas and Gotham (I think that’s what he said?) demonstrating the Teachable Sorter they built using Google’s Coral (an on-device AI capable of machine learning without needing access to the cloud) and Teachable Learning (a machine learning model that learns to recognize objects
Because Germans sure love their sausages, this is a short video of German Youtuber patricks world demonstrating his electric circuit based ‘Bockworst Piano’. Simple enough. So, you think he ate all those sausages afterward? I’d hate to know they all went to waste. Regardless, I think we can all agree–
This is the crocheted triple patty cheeseburger crafted by yarn shop Olives and Bananas in Thunder Bay, Ontario, as a collaboration with local burger joint Beefcake’s Burger Factory. As you can see, it’s got everything you need to stack a mile-high cheeseburger “with mayo, lettuce, onions, pickles, a triple stack
This is a video of five time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Katie Ledecky swimming a lap while balancing a glass of chocolate milk on her head to participate in the TikTok Got Milk? challenge, and not the WTF World Do We Live In? challenge like you might have expected. Her
This is a short video of a precious little angel having her first ever slice of pizza and realizing just how magical it is immediately. Gosh, I can still remember my first piece of pizza. “No you can’t.” Not a chance. I wouldn’t even be able to tell you what
This is a video from The Vulgar Chef detailing how to make your own homemade hot dog Rice Krispies Treats. Basically you make regular Rice Krispies Treats but add pre-boiled and sliced hot dogs to the mix before the marshmallow hardens. Then cut into squares and top with you favorite
This is a video from high-speed cinematographer Darren Dyk of Youtube channel BeyondSlowMotion of popcorn kernels popping filmed at 100,000 frames per second. You can literally almost see the magic happening. “Popcorn isn’t magic.” Oh no? Then why don’t you explain it to us all. Yeah, that’s what I thought.