To celebrate Mario Day (Mar10), this is a video of classically trained pianist/starer Lord Vinheteiro performing the Super Mario Bros overworld theme on a baroque harpsichord while dressed as Mozart. Towards the end he also does a little underworld theme, and the starman theme (when Mario gets an invincibility star).
Because Valentine’s Day is right around the corner (THIS SUNDAY, CONSIDER THIS A HEADS UP AND GET SOME FLOWERS) and love is in the air, these are two videos of a pool player’s Valentine’s Day inspired trick shots, both completing a heart shape of balls on the table. And speaking
Happy holidays! I hope you all got the lotto scratch-offs I sent. Just kidding, I scratched them all and we lost hard. I’ll be around this holiday weekend posting casually and pretending my Playstation 3 is a Playstation 5. I hope you all have as much fun this holiday as
What better way to commemorate the end of 2020 than with a holiday dumpster fire? I can’t think of anything. Well, besides shooting myself out of a cannon, but my girlfriend nixed that idea on account of her loving me and not wanting to see me blown into a thousand
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
Mini-movie is right, the popcorn hadn’t even stopped popping by the time the movie was over when I watched the premiere on Lifetime Sunday afternoon. This is an outrage. Well for those of you who missed it, now you can watch the entire 16-minute KFC sexy Colonel Sanders holiday mini-movie
Nobody can argue there’s a more Christmasy song than A-Ha’s 1985 classic ‘Take On Me’. You just can’t. And this is a video of Magical Light Shows owner Tom BetGeorge’s own annual Christmas lightshow, choreographed to the song. Really gets you in the holiday spirit, doesn’t it? Tom’s show only
Because nothing quite captures the spirit of Christmas like Star Trek, this is the Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Musical Tree Topper With Light. And apparently Trekkies have developed future farming tech capable of growing actual money trees to fruition, because this tree topper costs $150. A cost that, admittedly, made