This a clip of 14-year old Dev Shah clenching victory in the 2023 Scripps National Spelling Bee by correctly spelling ‘psammophile’ (pronounced sam-a-file, a plant or animal that prefers or thrives in sandy areas). He knew from the very start that he had it. Way to go, Dev. For reference,
These are two videos of British actress and accent vocal coach Sarah Valentine performing the same lines (“You’re grounded,” and “You can’t park there”) in 20 different accents, with what I assume are the appropriate accompanying faces. She’s good. So, which was your favorite? And how much would it cost
This is a video from SiriusXM of Howard Stern having comedian and Howard Stern impersonator Matt Friend on his show. He’s not much of a convincing Howard visually even with the cheap costume, but he sure does sound like him. If he called me I would definitely think it was
This is a video from CUT of 100 different people trying to describe how they flirt. From what I gathered watching, it’s amazing any of them are in relationships, because they are not very good at it. It seems like a lot of them do more blurting than flirting, which
This is a video of Russ the cat using those pushable speaking buttons to air a complaint about not being able to see his friend Kevin. Apparently Kevin is his cat-sitter, or human scratching post as my cats affectionately know their cat-sitter.
Proof that distance means nothing to true friendship, these are a couple videos of BFFs Sadie and Rollo catching up by whining and howling at each other over FaceTime. Sadie and Rollo used to live together, but after their owners got places of their own further away, they now FaceTime
This is a video of dreamer and Youtuber Everything Is Hacked turning his body position into keyboard letter inputs, effectively making his entire body a keyboard. After much trial and error trying to make practical body positions, he discovered flag semaphore (an alphabetic system created using two signal flags held
Note: Very strong language, solid threats. This is a compilation assembled by editor Harry Hanrahan featuring what he believes are the 100 greatest threats of all time delivered in film (prior to 2010, full list of movies used HERE). Do you agree? I do not agree. Of course I always