This is a video of ‘Kapla construction expert’ Crouzier Benjamin and friends gloriously knocking over ‘Flower’, a megastructure consisting of about 35,000 Kapla blocks, 8,000 dominoes, and a whole bunch of popsicle sticks it took five builders over 3 days to erect, and about two minutes to knock down. It’s
This is a clip from lots of free time haver and Twitter user commuteroo, who, using a basketball atop a stationary skateboard, manages to launch the ball with his bicycle, making a basket. In his own words while I don’t spend any time trying to replicate this shot: This one
Because dream it and you can achieve it, no matter how trivial or inconsequential, this is a video of a man kicking a roll of packing tape so it rolls in a wide arc, then slowly kicking a ping pong ball through the hole in the middle of that packing
This is a video of a man with literally nothing better to do (he looks bored!) attempting a variety of trick shots that took, what I can only assume, the entire pandemic to accomplish. Sure it’s more than I’ve accomplished in the same time, but I’m also not filming myself.
This is an ad created by director Lucas Zanotto for Italian furniture manufacturer PLANK using a bunch of their designs to perform ping pong ball trick shots (previously: this maniac’s trick shots). Apparently it took Lucas and his nephew over two weeks and 2,000 attempts to sink all the shots
This is a short video of dare-to-dreamer Casey Loftus demonstrating a variety of his very impressive trick shots. He’s got everything: chipping a golf ball into the mouth of a five-gallon water jug, throwing a book in between two other books on a bookshelf, banking a Wii disk off the
This video is the result of Youtuber/sociopath Teallen96 spending over ten hours collecting every person in the Mendoza stage of Hitman 3 and dragging them all into the winery’s giant grape press, crushing them all simultaneously. The game’s framerate can’t even handle all the people on screen. Was the result
Because dream it and you can achieve it, this is a video of Finnish artist Juho Könkkölä folding a single square piece of 68cm (~27-inch) “wafer-thin Wenzhou paper” into a 20cm (~8-inch) samurai warrior over the course of 50 hours (thankfully, the video is condensed to five minutes) with no