This is a short video of some Canadian fisherboys catching a pike and a steelhead trout simultaneously, due to the pike trying to eat the trout. Ha, the old 2-for-1 special, I live for those deals at fast food restaurants. Or — OR — am I dying for them? Get
This is a video of chemical engineer James Orgill of The Action Lab producing what he’s dubbed dry slime — slime that has been mixed with fumed silica (available on Amazon — often used as a thickener and anticaking agent) so it forms strings that don’t want to stick to
This is a video from Bacău, Romania of an amateur model and even more amateur bear whisperer almost getting attacked by a wild bear while trying to pose with it by the roadside. The bear makes a lunge at her, sending her running into the street, but, thankfully, not oncoming
This is a video of thrillseeker and paraglider instructor Hasan Kaval taking to the wild blue yonder on the custom sofa and television paragliding rig he built. I dare say the thrills Hasan was seeking were successfully located. Still, can you believe he forgot– “A safety harness?!” What? No —
This is a video of a clever bastard using his phone camera’s panoramic mode to stretch what would have been a regular wiener into a glorious two-and-a-half-footer. Man, smother that sucker in chili and cheese and diced onion and I’d have that whole thing in my stomach faster than you
Because some people still believe in the respectable pursuit of knowledge gained from performing well-crafted scientific experiments, this is a video of a man in a laundry basket wearing a children’s safety helmet testing the 1MPH – 9MPH speed settings on his treadmill. Honestly, I think 7MPH looked the funnest.
This is the Consumer Products Safety Commission’s 2020 Fireworks Safety reminder, featuring a bunch of mannequins getting injured while making incredibly poor choices with fireworks. It serves as a powerful reminder to not set off a mortar while holding it on top of your head like a deadly dunce cap,
This is a commercial for the Murphy Ladder (~$130 – $225 at Home Depot). It’s a ladder that folds in half lengthwise, but then can also collapse the ladder’s horizontal rungs for ULTRA PORTABILITY. I called it a commercial but it’s three and half minutes which means it has less