This is a short video of a woman taking the ride of her life, speeding down a short slide on an inflatable tube, then dropping into a giant ball pit below. Now that looks like fun. I’m talking fun with a capital F. And UN. ALL CAPS. That’s some serious
This is some backyard security camera footage of heavy winds lifting a kiddie pool and trampoline clear up and out of the yard, much to the very vocal dismay of a little girl who was there playing. “Go play in the wind,” I imagine her parents telling her. Per the
This is a video of a couple bush league David Attenboroughs providing live commentary for a group of turtles attempting to stay atop a log and catch some rays after another turtle (they call him Gary but we’ll call him Michelangelo) climbs on the log and starts it rotating in
Because getting towed behind a boat just isn’t enough fun for some people, Commercial Towables has developed the Galaxy Spinner, a giant boat-towed inflatable that spins around as its pulled so you can get EXTRA SICK. I swear, since when does a person have to puke just to have a
This is a video of Basha High School students participating in the school’s annual paper toss down a stairwell to celebrate the end of the school year and graduation. That’s a lot of trees. When is this tradition going to be updated to an iPad drop? Because that’s something I’d
This is a video of Sylvie, who loves running in her giant hamster style exercise wheel, but ran a little TOO fast and was left spinning inside. Well, at least until gravity did its thing. But has that stopped Sylvie from continuing to enjoy her cat wheel? It has not.
This is a short video of a velociraptor that was hired to show up a child’s birthday party, and show up it did — sending all the kids screaming and running for cover in the bounce house. Now that — that’s how you create a memorable birthday. And in a
Note: Video is not for the easily motion sick. This is a first person POV video from a projectile launched by SpinLaunch, an upstart company that aims (for the heavens!) to shoot small satellites and other space-bound equipment into the atmosphere using a giant centrifuge (aka suborbital mass accelerator). The