Skills: some people have them, and one day I’ll find something that I’m good at. *lifts hand to reveal bloody fingers with pieces of plastic glued to them* It’s not model making though. This is a video of a drone pilot expertly maneuvering his copter through the tight quarters of
In maybe mermaids really do exist news, this is a video of 4X World and European Champion synchronized swimmer Kristina Makushenko demonstrating her almost unbelievable underwater dance skills. It’s all incredible, but my favorite has to be the 360-degree walking loops she does, and the upside-down moonwalk. For skill reference,
Because when your significant other tells you that you can whatever you want as long as you keep it in the basement you hold them to their word, this is a video of Youtuber The Todd giving a tour of the Star Trek and Doctor Who themed areas of his
This is a video of Captain Hamster the (you’ll never guess) hamster solving a series of very cleverly designed Portal themed test chambers constructed by his owner. Now that is a smart hamster, and he clearly has fantastic puzzle solving skills. Because personally, some of those challenge…well, let’s just say
This is James Hetfield And The News ‘Hip To Be The Sandman’, a mashup of Huey Lewis And The News’ ‘Hip To Be Square’ and Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’ smushed together by Youtuber Bill McClintock. It works incredibly well. My dishwasher? Not so much. Of course there is the very real
This is a short timelapse video of a quadriplegic woman skillfully painting SpongeBob’s best starfish pal Patrick using nothing but her mouth. The result is most impressive, and if I could produce art even half as good there’s no doubt in my mind my mom would hang it up on
There are few things in life more satisfying than a job well done. Besides a Snickers. Actually besides most junk food. And days off. And sleeping in. And naps. Now that I think about there are actually quite a few things in life more satisfying than a job well done.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way, and that will led environmentalist Taylor Mali to develop the Snatchelator, a 28-foot telescoping paint roller modified with some gnarly looking bent metal braces that’s proven very successful at removing plastic bags from trees in his Carroll Gardens neighborhood in Brooklyn. Some more