This is a short video of a poor decision making Texas woman who tried to bake a pizza (I know, even that’s too hard for some people) and accidentally set the oven to self-clean mode, at which point the oven door locked and it heated up to 800°F (~427°C). She
Because ignorance comes in all shapes and sizes (e.g. the shape and size of everyone in this video), this is an hour long compilation of the nation’s top at-home scientists trying to melt snowballs with lighters or candles and claiming the snow isn’t melting, it’s actually burning and the black
This is a very unusual sketch of comedian Eric Feurer performing as two trench coats inside a kid trying to get into the theater to watch a children’s movie. You know, instead of two kids stacked inside a trench coat trying to get into a rated R movie. It’s, uh,
Because great ideas come in all shapes and sizes, including the size and shape of a phone with a tongue sticking out of it where you put your ear, the ‘Feel The Conversation’ phone created by designer Xianzhi Zhang translates speech into haptic feedback based on a caller’s intonation and
These are the Very Slimey Feet boots crafted by Florence, Italy based clothing label AVAVAV. They look like frog legs and retail for $900, but they only made three pairs and they all sold out immediately because some people still appreciate high fashion when they see it/are into freaky bedroom
This is the very real and very available on Amazon FartVac, a $12 hose and bulb vacuum with an activated carbon filter at the end designed to suck up farts from your pants before filtering the smell out of them and releasing them back into the wild. Now I know
These are several shots from specialty cargo and freight hauler P. Adams Schwertransporte of a 67-meter (220-foot!) wind turbine blade being transported “on a challenging route” somewhere in Europe. I’ll say. If this were the gig I got playing Euro Truck Simulator 2 I would just point the truck at
Captured in the Ecuadorian rain forest by wildlife photographer and videographer David Weiller, this is a video of a monkey slug caterpillar (the larval stage of a hag moth), which is neither monkey nor slug but is a caterpillar, and mimics a tarantula so things don’t try to eat it.