This is a Guinness World Records video highlighting Zeus (apparently one of only three choices of name for a Great Dane), who was recently confirmed as the world’s tallest living dog, at 1.046 metres (3-foot 5.18-inches) from foot to withers (between shoulder blades), and around seven feet tall standing up.
Before it’s bought by Farmers Insurance for use in a new advertising campaign, this is a video from a person filming some downed cables (allegedly a fiber optic line) at an intersection when a driver doesn’t see said cables and proceeds to drive right through them, tearing the hood off
This is some security cam footage from the sensory room of Future Stars Academy in Wentzville, Missouri capturing the moment a flood caused the door to finally give way and water to rush in (although to the door AND window’s credit it appears not a drop came in prior despite
Note: Just watch the video, if you aren’t impressed by thirty seconds you’re unimpressible. This is a video of the first place sparring routine at the 13th World Wushu Championships in 2015 as choreographed and performed by Xiao Wu and Long Long Shi with an insane empty hand versus spear
This is a video from what I can only assume is an underage college party of a group taking flaming shots and a dude briefly turning into one of Daenerys Targaryen’s dragons (I think Drogon?) before slapping the fire on his face out while his friends attempt to extinguish the
This is a video of fishermen demonstrating the difficulty of making your way around a ship in rough seas (some of which was previously seen in this post I just remembered because I have a memory like locking pliers). It reminds me of that Jamiroquai music video. What was that?
This is a video example of giant steel spheres being hydroformed with explosives. What the hell is explosive hydroforming? I’m glad you asked, but I’m even more glad the Youtube video description provided an explanation: Explosive hydroforming, also known as HERF (High Energy Rate Forming) or exploform, is a striking
This is a real treat of a video from 2019 of Gabby the Papillon ripping through the 8″ division of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Masters Agility Championship course in a blistering 39.31 seconds, with no faults. The way she blasts through that tunnel and the slalom poles —