This is a video highlighting beautiful 15-year old long-haired calico Akkodha, who can say ‘okay’ in English. For reference, my cats can’t say anything that I understand, although their eyes speak volumes. Mostly about hatred and destruction. I’m not convinced Akkodha knows what she’s saying though, because I have the
This is a video of a man testing a human-to-cat translation app on Porkchop (Sandwiches! Oh shit, get the f*** outta here!), a kitten he’s catsitting for a friend. I’m not sure if the cat was responding to the actual translation, or just the sound of another cat, but it
Note: Full-res version HERE. This is a world map created by Preply (link includes all the explanations) detailing how to express laughter online in 26 different languages. Some of them I was aware of (Thailand’s 55555 because 5 is pronounced ‘hah’), but a lot were new to me. Still, I’m
The 2022 Scripps National Spelling Bee was the first ever decided by a spell-off, in which two contestants had 90 seconds apiece to correctly spell as many words as possible. In the video, young Vikram manages to spell 15 of his words correctly in the time, while Harini managed to
Seen here in his finest Mr. Rogers wardrobe, this is a video of Pittsburg animator and recent Jeopardy contestant Julian Glander singing the alphabet song backwards and in reverse so that when played back in reverse it sounds like he’s singing the regular song. Just not very well, mind you.
This is a video of an only hours-old baby lamb chatting it up with TikTok user Brittney Schroder. Wait — what happened to Mary? Is she okay? Did she….pass? I guess she must have been pretty old if my mom was singing to me about her when I was a
Because cats say the darndest things (and poop under the bed), this is a video of a southern gentleman cat greeting its owner from around the corner of the fridge with a “Well hi!” before proceeding to lick itself. You know, it’s nice to see the cat in such high
This is a video of ex-NASA engineer Mark Rober building and experimenting with Chopstix, a googly eyed, midi-controlled transparent player piano he built that can not only play some of the hardest songs out there like Rush E (previously), but also talk via pressing its keys to form the necessary