Because you don’t know until you try (and even after you’re usually left unsure), this is a video of Youtuber The Q building a pair of rollerblades that each have a large bike wheel attached. It looks like a wheelchair with no seat. That’s…something. Something you’ll see me riding at
Because the internet never stops thinking of ways to improve my life (or at least prevent boredom one minute at a time), this is a video of the dance finale from Dirty Dirty, with ‘(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life’ replaced with the Muppet theme song. It works perfectly.
Because some people actually have the gumption to see their ridiculous ideas through to fruition instead of abandoning them the morning after the “scribbled on a bar napkin” phase, this is a video of Youtuber Scotty Cranmer and friends riding the pogo stick bike they constructed. Instead of wheels it
Remember that Star Wars trailer created in the style of a Wes Anderson movie? How could you forget, it was just last week. Sure it probably entered your brain, bounced around like a pinball for a bit, then drained right down the middle before the day was through, but now
This is The Galactic Menagerie, a fan-made trailer from Youtubers Curious Refugee of what a Wes Anderson directed Star Wars movie might look like. It…looks about right. Lots of symmetry, very dry. Also, just for the record, I would watch it. Probably a bootleg filmed in the theater with a
This is a very appropriate sounding bardcore cover of REM’s 1991 banger ‘Losing My Religion’, performed by Algal The Bard (previously). The bardcore version works very well, and if I were listening to this in a medieval tavern I wouldn’t hesitate to toss a silver coin into Algal’s lute case,
Edited by video game mashup creator eli_handle_b.wav (previously), this is a video imagining Puss In Boots in the world of Elden Ring, battling bosses in the Lands Between. Would I play it? Of course I’d play it. But would my parents let me play it, that’s the question. Because my
Because innovation is everywhere, this is a video of artist Bond Truluv using a spray paint can he modded to spray five parallel lines simultaneously. The resulting piece he creates is neat looking, although I can’t say with confidence I’d want it on the side of my home. Want to