Because why do the heavy lifting if you don’t have to, this is a short video of a very festive Christmas lights display on one house, and a neighbor’s ‘DITTO’ follow up. Classic. I know I’ve seen this sort of thing before but I can’t remember where because my brain
This is ‘High-Tech KAPLA Tricks’, a video of unique domino maze tricks made using KAPLA blocks. Just give it a chance. I’m sure you’ve already moved on and now this article is long forgotten like a butterfly fart in a tornado and that’s a shame because the video is actually
If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Please not me I’m already over my minutes and my mom is going to kill me when she sees the bill. Besides, I’m terrible in paranormal emergencies. This is the Official Ghostbusters Trap Incense Burner designed and sold by
Tricks: they come in all shapes and sizes. Enter this videothis is a video of a golden retriever eating the treat that its owner places on the table, going to the treat drawer, replacing the treat on the table, closing the drawer, then waiting for its owner to come back
This is a drive-by of a Baytown, Texas family’s relatively simple but very effective IT inspired Halloween yard decorations. Man…I wish I had a sewer right in front of my house like this and I would have done the exact same thing. Plus, you know– “Always be crawling down there
This is a short demonstration of the ‘Killer Zoom Meeting’ costume that father Greg Dietzenbach made for his 12-year old daughter Ada. It consists of a giant poster board with static Zoom screens of the Universal Classic Monsters around it (all played by Ada), except for the middle, which is
This is the Grinch arm Christmas tree accessory handmade and sold by Etsy shop Craftadaykeepdocaway (can anybody verify that claim? my deductible is killing me). The $55 arms are attached to your tree via two strong wires and make the perfect accessory for the Grinch lover on your holiday list.
These are four videos (to prove it’s a learned behavior and not just a one-time occurrence) of a hungry cat removing a landline phone from its cradle (Cat’s In The Cradle! — hit it, Harry Chapin) so it starts making the off-hook tone as a sort of makeshift alarm clock