These are two videos of precious lil iridescent bobtail squids burying themselves in the sand. The diminutive (~3″ max) squids don’t even look real, they look like animals from a Pixar movie. But they allegedly are real, although with all this AI running amok, you have to wonder. I’m skeptical
A 13-foot statue in the likeness of the Young-hee doll used to play red light, green light (aka red light, dead light) in Squid Games has been installed at Olympic Park in Seoul, South Korea to give fans of the series “a chance to experience a bit of what it
Because the internet, just like a vinyl record, never stops turning despite the fact you passed out on the sofa hours ago, this is a video animation of Squid Games’ red light/green light game, but played by WALL-E, a Terminator T800, Boston Dynamics’ Atlas humanoid robot, and Pac-Man. Who wins?
The internet: let’s just stop beating around the bush — it’s a cesspool. But do I still swim in it? Of course I do, I mean I did bring my water wings. And floating around this cesspool, bobbing like a carefree turd is this video of the red light/green light
Because this is the internet and the internet never stops churning up mysterious creatures from its murky depths, this is a video of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’s Frank (and Mac) casually deepfaked into Squid Games. Unsurprisingly, Frank fails to heed Mac’s advice to play it subtle and things don’t
This is a video of Pedrusco the Border Collie playing Squid Games’ red light/green light with his owner humming the tune from the show. Pedrusco does a pretty good job of staying stationary when it’s red light time and his owner turns around. Impressive gameplay for sure, but do you
This is yet another delicious remix from South African musician The Kiffness (previously), this time turning the giant robotic doll’s “red light, green light, one, two, three” (“mugunghwa kkoci pieot seumnida”) from the first Squid Game into a looping song, complete with the doll dancing via the magic of CGI.