This is a video of pelvic health professional and TikTok user nosuchthingasTMI (aka Sabrina) explaining the adverse health effects of regularly pushing yourself to pee faster. Of course I don’t think anybody actually thinks power peeing is good for them, or does it every time they pee, it’s just something
Aluminum cans: they can be recycled indefinitely because they never deteriorate during their lifespan or the recycling process. And this is a video from How It’s Made detailing how they’re made. The process may surprise you, particularly if you thought the process involved magic because a wizard selling canned love
This is a US map detailing each state’s least favorite other state, as according to Instagram user mattsurelee’s 398,000 followers, so you know it’s accurate. Now I was born in West Virginia, and have lived in Alabama, Florida, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, California and New York, and as much as it
In I did not know that news, this is a video of a man demonstrating how to properly open a bag of charcoal, kitty litter, dog food, or any other bag with a stitched seam top. Honestly, I just assumed you were supposed to rip the bag all to shit
Because it’s almost lunch time, this is a timelapse video of mold growing on a cup of green Jell-O over the course of 25 days. Personally, I would have chosen a different flavor of Jell-O instead of lime to really highlight the contrast between the color of the gelatin and
This is a graphic created by Carrie Patrick comparing the weights of various swords to common household objects like cans of chili, loaves of bread, boots, and children. Children thankfully not being that common a household object in my home aside, I learned a lot by looking at the chart.
Need to draw some perfect circles? What is this, Venn Diagram class? Well I’m in the middle of sad and alone if it is. This is a video from DanHax detailing a technique to draw more perfect circles than you would have if you were just going to freeball it
Created as part of WIRED’s Game Over(analyzed) series, this is a video of military historian Mike Loades (great name for a military historian) providing an in-depth analysis of the realism of medieval weaponry and armor used in games like Dark Souls, Mordhau, The Witcher 3, For Honor, and Kingdom Come: