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Good To Know: Don't Microwave A Hard Boiled Egg Then Poke It

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

Note: Loud scream at 0:40 when the egg explodes. This is a video of a man demonstrating why not to microwave a hard boiled egg then poke it with a fork. Based on how cautious he is and the fact there's a person filming, I'm guessing he clearly knew what was going to happen. Show More Summary

But Is Christmas Still Coming?: Parachuting Santa Plows Into A Tree, Light Pole, Breaks Leg

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

Come on, Santa. Of all the places to land on a beach you choose a tree? This is a video from Gulfport, Florida of a parachuting Santa coming to deliver an Elf On The Shelf to a nine-year old girl during a charity event when Santa realizes, 'Holy shit, this isn't a sleigh!' and plows into a tree and light pole at high speed. Show More Summary

Band On A Budget: Jamming Out On A $1 Toy Guitar

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of musician Rob Scallon (previously) rocking out on a budget with the $1 plastic toy guitar he bought at Dollar Tree. Man, I love Dollar Tree. Everything is a dollar or less. That's great value. Dollar Tree should hire a spokesperson, and that person should be me. Show More Summary

Octopus Leaves Its Burrow To Take Out The Trash

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a short video shot off the coast of Phuket, Thailand of an octopus emerging from its burrow to take out the trash. In this case, the shell of the crab it most recently ate. What a tidy little octopus! Also, that was pretty smart of it to dispose of the evidence. Show More Summary

Hell On Earth: Driver Films His Morning Commute Past One Of The California Wildfires

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

As a sign of the times, this is a video captured by commuter and Twitter user A. Mutzabaugh CMT as he drove past one of the wildfires blazing in and around Los Angeles this morning on his way to work. It doesn't even look real, it looks like a scene out of a movie. Show More Summary

Firetruck Appears To Drift Across Four Lanes Of Traffic Thanks to Steerable Rear Axle

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This is a video of a firetruck smoothly gliding across four lanes of rush hour traffic in Dallas, Texas thanks to its steerable rear axle. I like how the guy in the vehicle that's filming drops a "What the f?....That was pimp," like he's some sort of badass and wasn't just in the middle of blasting Mr. Big's 'To Be With You.' Keep going for the whole video.

Must Be Nice: Astronauts Make Their Own Pizzas, Throw A Pizza Party In Space

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of astronauts aboard the International Space Station making their own pizzas and throwing a little weightless, bakeless pizza party. Boboli pizza crusts and Boar's Head brand pepperoni? These space rangers are eatingShow More Summary

Thanks, Internet!: Guy Performs 100 Different Walks On A Treadmill

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of Youtuber Kevin Perry demonstrating 100 different styles of walk (in reference to animation) on a treadmill. It's surprisingly good, and I didn't even know there were 100 different styles of walk, but that's just me and I skip everywhere I go because I'm just so darn happy-go-lucky. Show More Summary

Girl Transcribes Interview With Her Pet Cat

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a transcription of the interview conducted by Gabi Duane with her pet cat Coco. As you can see, it looks like it could have been an interview with every single cat on the planet. Although I did have a cat once that liked to be rubbed on his belly. Show More Summary

Oh Wow: Dramatic Slow Motion Lightning Video

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is Transient, a short film created by storm chaser Dustin Farrell with the footage he captured while traveling 20,000 miles back and forth across the U.S. earlier this year chasing lightning storms. All the lightning footage was captured with a 1,000 frames/second Phantom Flex 4K for ultra slow-motion playback. Show More Summary

A Squad Of Various Mantises Prepare For Battle

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is short video of an elite fighting unit of various mantis species preparing to do battle (previously: a similar group of all dead leaf mantises). Honestly, that does not look like a crew I would mess with. If they demanded my wallet I would only ask if I could keep the nudie pics I have stashed in there. Show More Summary

Make It Stop: A Truck Playing A Violin With A Bow Attached To One Of Its Windshield Wipers

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of a truck playing a violin, thanks to owner Binyamina Givat Ada mounting a violin to the driver side mirror and attaching a bow to one of its windshield wipers. I'm going to be honest, that truck is not a very good violinist. Show More Summary

Video Game Designed To Treat ADHD May Become First FDA Approved Prescription Video Game

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

A video game being developed by Akili Interactive Labs to help treat ADHD just met its first study goal in a quest to become the first FDA approved prescription video game, despite the fact I've been successfully using video games to treat just about everything wrong with me for forever. Show More Summary

Video Demonstrations Of The Tesla Model X's Christmas Light And Music Show Easter Egg

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

These are two video demonstrations (the first filmed vertically during the day, the second filmed horizontally at night) of the Tesla Model X's Christmas light and music show Easter Egg (originally released last year I think?). The car produces a choreographed light show to the Trans Siberian Orchestra classic 'Wizards In Winter'. Show More Summary

Capcom Releasing New Mega Man 11 To Celebrate The Franchise's 30th Anniversary

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

To celebrate The Blue Bomber turning 30 next year, Capcom will be releasing Mega Man 11 in late 2018 for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and Windows. The gameplay will be similar to all the old Mega Man games you used to love to hate on the original Nintendo, except with sicker graphics but pretty much the same music. Show More Summary

2017 Movie Trailer Mashup Featuring The Trailers Of 231 Different Films

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

With the year and world rapidly coming to an end, this is the 2017 Movie Trailer Mashup created by Los Angeles movie trailer editor Louis Plamondon, using 231 different trailers that came out this year (you can actually see a list of all the movies used and when they appear on Louis's tumblr HERE). Show More Summary

Wooden Thomas The Tank Engine Toy's Stunt Reel

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of a Thomas The Tank Engine toy showing off all his wooden railway stunts, presumably in an attempt score a role in Fast & Furious 9: Caboose On The Loose. I really enjoyed it, probably partly because I used to have a...Show More Summary

Guy Beats 'Unbeatable' 15-Year Old N64 GoldenEye 007 Dam Level Speedrun Record

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of speedrunner Karl Jobst beating the 15-year old speedrun record for the Dam level played on Agent difficulty in GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64. The previous record of 0:53 was set by Bryan Bosshardt on Sept. 27, 2002 (and tied by numerous others since), but Karl is the first to make the drop to 0:52. Show More Summary

Robotic Actuator Table That Can Manipulate Objects Around Its Surface

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video demonstration of a robotic table created by company Intelligent Actuator and recently on display at the 2017 International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan. It uses a bunch of actuators to move the table's surface and manipulate objects. Show More Summary

A Video About The Elderly Japanese Artist That Creates Paintings In Microsoft Excel

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video highlighting the beautiful digital paintings created by Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi. Apparently 77-year old Tatsuo decided he wanted to take up painting after retiring, but was too cheap to spend money on paints or canvas, and decided to take the digital route. Show More Summary

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