This is a video of a man with literally nothing better to do (he looks bored!) attempting a variety of trick shots that took, what I can only assume, the entire pandemic to accomplish. Sure it’s more than I’ve accomplished in the same time, but I’m also not filming myself.
This is a video of train maniac (trainiac) Jason Shron giving a passenger’s point-of-view tour of the HO scale model railway he built to resemble some of the the real-life route from Toronto to Montreal, aka the Canadian National Railway’s Kingston Subdivision line. The interior of the train seen in
Because humans will always need cups and people to stack them efficiently, this is a video of a speed stacker stacking and unstacking a 36-cup pyramid in a blistering 8.462-seconds. Is that some sort of new record? No clue, he seems pretty excited about it though, so I’m excited for
Daring to dream: some people aren’t afraid to do it. Case in point: this video of the Brick Experiment Channel trying to construct the world’s longest 1:1 LEGO gear train (with first and last gears turning at the same speed), all driven by a single LEGO Power Functions motor. And
This is a video from Little Ball Creations, who constructs marble mazes like the one seen here out of carefully bent and soldered copper wire. That’s cool, I wouldn’t mind one of those on my desk (and if you’re interested in one you can contact him through Facebooks). You know
Because the internet never stops churning, this is a video of ‘Bully Macguire’ (aka Toby Macguire’s Spider-Man after he’s been combined with Venom) from Spider-Man 3 edited into the Obi-Wan battle scene from Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge Of The Sith. Unlike my car when I really need it
These are two videos of South Korean a cappella group Maytree performing Windows and iPhone sound effects with nothing but their mouths. Most impressive. For reference, when I was in business school my classmates and I once passed an egg down the line using nothing but spoons in our mouths.
Because ninjas are everywhere, this is a video of a man demonstrating his nunchuck skills in a sort of mashup between nunchucking and baton twirling that features a number of throws and catches. I don’t believe those are traditional nunchuck stills. Oh — Michelangelo is shaking his head no with