This is delightful outtake from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood of Mister Rogers getting pranked by the crew with somebody else’s too-small shoes, and Mister Rogers reacting in the most wholesome way possible, even going so far as thanking the crew for the prank. Man, what a gem. Is Mister Rogers Neighborhood
This is a video of Gracie Scullion demonstrating a very clever delayed/lagging voice trick that basically involves mouthing the words you’re going to say, then saying them a moment later ventriloquist style. She recommends starting with words that don’t involve your lips needing to touch in order to pronounce, so
This is a real stapler in soap created by Etsy seller PalmStoneCreations to look like Dwight’s stapler in Jello from The Office. The soap costs $22, measures approximately 5-inches round 3-inches tall, weighs 1 pound 9-ounces and does not include the plate. Per one very satisfied customer: This. Was. PERFECT!!
This is a video of saxophonist and TikTok recording artist Evan Jacobson adding a sax solo to The Notorious B.I.G.’s 1994 banger ‘Big Poppa’. It works surprisingly well, although I understand why Biggie didn’t include a saxophone solo in the original, and that reason can only be that Kenny G
Because this is the world we live in, these are the ‘Wearing Mask On Bottom of Chin Illusion’ face masks made by Maskalike. They’re available in ten different styles in a variety of skin tones and cost $28. You can also send them photos of your own mug and they’ll
This is the very real and very available on Amazon FartVac, a $12 hose and bulb vacuum with an activated carbon filter at the end designed to suck up farts from your pants before filtering the smell out of them and releasing them back into the wild. Now I know
This is an incredibly heartwarming video of students surprising their teacher Dr. Brown during their last Zoom class of the fall semester with signs expressing their thanks. When the class started and all the students’ cameras were off, Dr. Brown initially thought maybe he’d accidentally done something to mute their
Because nothing goes better with coal than a colorless, flavorless candy cane, this is the Bah, Humbug Candy Cane available from Archie McPhee. The 10.25-inch cane weighs 3.1-ounces and is void of “flavor, stripes, and Christmas Spirit.” They cost $4.50 apiece, which is a little bit more than I was