“Our fighting men are makers of slang because they are adventurous individuals and they are not restricted by decorum and their taste is unlimited. Their hunting ground for new terms is in their native tongue as well as foreign. They adopt traditional devices of similitude, making attributes work for the whole. They use hidden resemblances, […]
The Seven Falls Zipline in Lake Sebu, Cotabato, Philippines offers breathtaking views of the surrounding forest… if you can keep your eyes open. It has 2400 ft. long and 1500 ft. long routes, both at nearly 600 ft. high.
Pete “Petey Boy” Simon created this whimsical stop-motion animation, in which his friend Tom Offer-Westort’s facial hair grows longer and longer as he makes his way through a magical book. Support Pete’s videos on Patreon.
Fred & Friends’ tiny little water tower for your plants not only looks cool, it works to gradually dispense H2O into the soil, keeping them moist without overwatering. Made from frosted glass with a steel frame. Wonder if you can graffiti it.
Mario’s bus drops him off at the wrong stop, and he ends up in the first level of Sonic the Hedgehog. Unfortunately, he lacks some of the skills needed to get through SEGA’s brightly-colored, hill and loop de loop filled world.
Illustrator Boggs Nicolas mashed up the worlds of Donkey Kong with Kung Fury to produce a t-shirt of epic ’80s proportions. We can only imagine that it’s bananas that give him has the strength to take down all those evil Nazis.
Redditor trancenotech shared this photo album spanning 27 years, featuring a dad and his son in the same side-by-side pose from 1986 to 2012. Time to call on Cat Stevens and your parents (or children).
For his latest video, practical effects wizard Joey Shanks shows off how the prismatic effect that occurs on the surface of soap bubbles can be lit and captured to make it look like the gaseous clouds swirling around a planet.
Last year YouTuber Andrew Lloyd entered 1,000 contests and giveaways in various magazines, sweepstakes, products and more. Here’s how it went down. He should try entering a documentary-making contest.
Pro skater Manolo Robles shows us that penny boards are not just for casuals. Watch him pull off impressive flips and freakin’ manuals on the tiny board. The song is Faithless by City and Colour.
The OnePlus 2 has a 5.5? 1080p screen, a Snapdragon 810 CPU, 4GB RAM, a 13MP camera that takes 4K videos, a fingerprint sensor and two SIM slots. $329 for 16GB and $349 for 64GB. Now if we can only get our hands on one.
…aka Square’s checklist. We grew up with JRPGs, but as CollegeHumor points out we could do without a lot of their tropes, from the convoluted storyline to the final boss. Also, we heard a rumor that monsters are coming back.
The 2015 Beatbox Battle female world champion Kaila Mullady gives us a sample of her various samples in this awesome shoutout to Swissbeatbox. Watch her championship-winning performance here.
Currently exclusive to Amazon Prime members, the stick-on Dash Button lets you resupply common household items such as detergent or coffee with just one press. Orders can be canceled via its mobile app.
Based on Word Lens, the Google Translate app’s visual translation feature now deciphers texts from 27 languages. To show off its versatility, Google matched the app with the lyrics to the rock & roll classic La Bamba.
“He does such wild, unorthodox stuff.” mmadigest added the commentary from the Silva vs. Belfort UFC match to a video of a groom accidentally knocking out his new wife in spectacular fashion.
A rugged portable computer that lets you view, edit and share photos and videos using your phone as its screen and interface. It has a 6-core 2.2GHz CPU, 8-core GPU, 4GB RAM, 128GB storage, SD, microSD and two USB 3.0 ports.
Ed the Sock won’t be seeing Suicide Squad for one reason — he hates Will Smith! What? I thought everybody loved the Fresh Prince. Apparently not the sock puppet. If you want to know why Ed hates Will Smith, look … More » The post Why Does Ed the Sock Hate Will Smith? appeared first on EveryJoe.
If you're like me and grew up as a child of the '90s there's a few men that truly knew how to crack us up. There were a lot of funny comedians but few greats that really defined comedy for us as kids: Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, Will Ferrell -- and definitely Chris Farley. Show More Summary
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