To remind myself of sunnier time during this cold, snowy day, this is a video of a sunburnt man mashing a boy’s head into his belly so it briefly leaves a surprisingly detailed imprint of the child’s face. And while the imprint may have disappeared after a few seconds, the
This is a video of Māori (the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand) weather reporter Oriini Tipene-Leach smoothly pronouncing Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu, which, at 85-letters, is the longest named place in the world. It’s a hill in southern Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, and its name translates to “The summit where Tamatea, the
Because feats of the human spirit spirit come in all shapes and sizes, this is a video of Vietnamese duo Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep quickly jaunting up 100 stairs at the Girona Cathedral in Spain with one balanced on the head of the other, on his own head. How
Note: No screencap could really do this monster justice, just give it a watch. This is an amazing to watch video of a 1,300-pound pumpkin being grown from seed. The amount of leaves it takes and how fast they’re produced in order to grow that pumpkin is amazing. The grower
This is some footage from a gymnasium security camera at Liberty Benton Middle School in Ohio of custodian Joe Orians casually sinking an over-the-shoulder half-court shot with nothing but net like they grow on trees and it’s harvest season. Sure, it’s a middle school sized court, but still, I couldn’t
This is is a video of the Green Goblin on hoverboard cosplay that Logan Dominic’s father constructed for him to celebrate the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home. For reference, I celebrated the lazy way by just going to see the movie. Now that is one sweet Green Goblin costume!
This is a video of some allegedly legitimate Gregorian monks chanting the Halo theme in honor of the release of Halo Infinite. Do they even know what Halo is? Let’s ask them. Hey monks — do you know what Halo is? “Of course — the circle of light around a
This is an amazing one-take drone fly-through of the Akademie St.Gallen campus in St.Gallen, Switzerland as orchestrated by New Step Media. It’s not just a drone hovering over the campus though, it’s trying to capture “everyday life” at the school, with the drone flying past students and in and out