Bat Shaped Face Masks For Halloween Or Everyday Witch Wear
These are the Bat Masks developed and sold by fashion brand Mantrap 1989 by Heathyr Lawrence. The look like bats and are hand-sewn from four panels of 100% cotton sheeting for an authentic bat look. Unfortunately for anybody who hasn’t already made a small fortune selling potions in the swamp,
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Trained Vulture Lands On Paraglider’s Selfie Stick While Guiding Them To Updraft
This is a video of a trained vulture landing on the selfie stick of paragliding instructor Scott Mason while parahawking (a discipline he developed back in 2001), a real activity that exists combining paragliding and falconry, in which a trained bird of prey leads a paraglider to thermal updraft columns
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LEGO Master Builders Construct Full-Size Baby Yoda In Crib
To celebrate (read: promote) the release of The Mandalorian season two, this is a timelapse video of three LEGO master builders constructing a full-scale baby Yoda out of 14,588 bricks over the course of 119 hours. *spit-takes all the LEGO pieces I had in my mouth* 119 hours?! Did they
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Dog Sings The Star Trek: Discovery Theme
This is a video of a very good boy singing the intro to Star Trek: Discovery. I was skeptical he was actually going to sing anything at first, but by the end I was a believer. He was really just waiting for the beat drop. *donning fishnet bodysuit and faux
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Florida Man Creates Vehicle Out Of Mop Bucket, Skateboard, Leaf Blower, Umbrella
This is a video of Clearwater, Florida Man Brian Edward Kahrs demonstrating the electric vehicle he built out of a mop bucket on a skateboard, powered by a leaf blower blown into an umbrella sail. Oh, Florida Man. Florida Man, Florida Man, Florida Man. I’m not going to lie, I’m
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Guy Manages To Run Doom On A Graphing Calculator Powered By 700 Potato Pieces
This is a video of Youtuber Equalo’s quest to run Doom on a Raspberry Pi powered entirely by potatoes. He fails (the Raspberry Pi needed more amperage than the potatoes produced), but then he uses his giant 700-piece rotting potato battery to successfully run the game on a TI-84 graphing
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An Impressive Rendition Of ‘The Flight of The Bumblebee’ Performed On Theremin
This is a video of thereminist Carolina Eyck performing a very spirited rendition of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s ‘Flight Of The Bumblebee’ on her instrument. The electronic sound of the theremin actually works surprisingly well with the piece, and I closed my eyes and could almost see the bumblebee flying. Then opened
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Ultra-Realistic Robotic Dolphin Developed To Replace The Real Ones In Captivity
An ultra-realistic robotic dolphin developed by Edge Innovations (who developed the animatronics for Free Willy, Anaconda, and The Abyss) aims to replace some of the 3,000 actual dolphins in captivity at marine parks and dolphin experiences. Some more info while I’m sad about my captive dolphin friends, but also a
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