Because occasionally the internet strikes gold instead of the usual unpolishable turd (I can’t even convince kids at the local gem & mineral show they’re tiger’s eye!), this is Zoopranos, a video created by Youtuber Smelford Dip of that orangutan driving the golf cart video that’s recently been making its
This is an absolutely delightful video from 2009 starring the Bridle Path and Kulp Elementary Schools’ beginner and advanced bands performing ‘Jingle Bells’ at a Christmas concert in Lansdale, Pennsylvania with as much cacophony as their little fingers can muster. Things get really good once the whole band starts playing.
Because this is the internet, here’s a surprisingly worthwhile compilation of dancer and Youtuber Smac McCreanor performing interpretive dances to a variety of different objects getting absolutely crushed by a hydraulic press (courtesy of the Hydraulic Press Channel). I finally managed to get Al Gore on the phone to ask
In the spirit of the upcoming Olympics, this is a video of what some consider “the best dive ever,” performed by Greg Louganis as the 1986 World Championships in Madrid. Greg executes a near-flawless swan dive off the 3-meter springboard with almost no splash. Pretty wild, right? Now can somebody
This is delightful outtake from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood of Mister Rogers getting pranked by the crew with somebody else’s too-small shoes, and Mister Rogers reacting in the most wholesome way possible, even going so far as thanking the crew for the prank. Man, what a gem. Is Mister Rogers Neighborhood
Two years after a 4:55 speedrun was set for Super Mario Bros. and many speculated a sub 4:55 may be humanly impossible, Twitch streamer Niftski has done it, setting a new world speedrun record with 4:54:948. For reference, the tool-assisted speedrun record for Super Mario Bros. (in which button input
Because relationships are just one long trust-fall into infinity, this is a video of a guy’s girlfriend giving him a legitimate bowl cut with the help of a Tupperware bowl. The results are…well, let’s just say she may have done this intentionally to lock her man down, because he looks
This is ‘The Legend Of Beavis’, a video created by visionary editor KhalidSMShahin by adding Beavis’s voice from Beavis And Butthead to the 80’s Legend Of Zelda cartoon. To say he did a great job and it works well is an understatement, and even if you don’t want to like