Because caring means sharing, this is a video of a sea turtle off the coast of Koh Tao, Thailand attempting to share its jellyfish snack with diving instructor Roei Kashi. How about that! That’s awfully courteous of it. And to think, all we got it in return was a bunch
Note: Several loud curse words spoken in human English and not chicken. This is a video of a man feeding his chickens (including the impeckable Birdie Sanders) when Kyle the rooster attacks him because (I assume) Kyle is hopped up on Monster Energy and wants all the feed for himself.
This is some trailcam footage captured by Youtuber Ace Vlogs, who left a pile of bananas in the woods to see what sort of animals and activity they’d attract. A couple days later, he also added a bunch of apples to the mix. Throw in some pineapple and berries and
Presumably manufactured entirely from artificial ingredients and sold by MSCHF, this box of cereal contains a single, half pound, 930-calorie Fruit Loop . You can tell it’s not an actual Kellogg’s product because Kellogg’s sells Froot Loops, and this is a Fruit Loop. And the last thing you want to
Because cargo shorts never went out of style (despite what everyone who sees me wearing them says — carpenter pants too), Hot Pockets has created a pair of shorts with an insulated hot pocket for keeping your Hot Pocket nice and toasty. Obviously, XZibit is into this. Hot Pockets, best
Because terrible ideas come to marketing professionals in all shapes and sizes, the company has produced a gaming chair to promote the McCrispy Chicken Sandwich (and be given away via a UK-only contest because life isn’t fair). The chair includes a fry holder, drink holder, two sauce holders, napkin holder
Because now that Halloween is over its time for smashing pumpkins (Billy Corgan, let’s ride!), this is a video of hippos at the Cincinnati Zoo chomping pumpkins whole. There’s also some footage of painted dogs (aka African wild dogs — not dogs that have been painted, playing cards or otherwise)
This is a video of Youtuber ProZD sampling 40 different Jack In The Box menu items. Thankfully, not all in one sitting, because I noticed no less than 12 shirt changes. That’s a relief, because you don’t want to tempt fate trying to eat that many heart attacks in a