Real or not real, this is officially the best part of going to a Grizzlies game -- watching people break up on the Kiss Cam. Unless, of course, you're the guy who got dumped, in which case this is probably the worst part of going to a Grizzlies game.
Ugh. We need to get new hobbies. This guy makes awesome stop-motion animations on whiteboards, and our hobby is to watch them. Oh well, at least it's highly enjoyable. This particular video is based on the video game Street Fighter, clearly
Don't be confused by the fact that this video starts with a lady feeding a bunch of kangaroos -- this IS a video of a lady rocking out on the spoons. The kangaroo intro merely adds to its general amazingness.
ANAR, a Spanish organization that helps at-risk children, found an interesting way to target only the people who needed their services, without their parents finding out they wanted to get help -- a lenticular photo.
We wish somebody would follow us around and animate our drunken brilliance. Although, to be fair, arguing over the lyrics to a Go-Go's song is not nearly as entertaining as this joke, told by Adam Patch's wife after she drank an entire bottle of wine.
This Saturday is basically every geek's dream come true. Not only is it Free Comic Book Day (!!!!!!), it is also Star Wars Day. (Get it?? "May the fourth be with you.") Here are some of our favorite ways people have expressed their excitement over Star Wars Day, because if there's one thing geeks are good at, it's making stuff on a computer. Check it out.
To be honest, we haven't watched 'The Matrix' in probably 13 years, so we'd just like to thank this guy's mom for the refresher! Although we're pretty sure the dude's name is Morpheus, not Moshimo. Regardless, we're pretty sure this is a fairly accurate plot synopsis, and the accompanying animation keeps us from nodding off like we usually do when somebody tells us what a movie is about.
You know what they say -- when in Rome, do as the Romans do; when in Hong Kong, get called "Vagina" at a Starbucks.* That must be how that saying goes, because that's exactly what happened to a woman named Virginia who was visiting Hong Kong recently, and she wasn't too happy about it.
If you're wanting to be the next Iron Man or Hulk or if you just want a really awesome skeleton -- here's a handy guide to how you can make that happen courtesy of comedian Rusty Ward.
In his new Web series 'Science Friction,' Rusty brings real world technology to everyone's favorite tipsy superhero. Step one is probably to acquire some Tony Stark-level cash, because these things don't come cheap.
The annual White House Correspondents' dinner took place this past weekend, and it was a delight. We honestly think it was probably the best performance at one of these dinners since Stephen Colbert roasted George W. Bush right in front of him (this makes us cringe a little bit less though). Only we aren't talking about Conan O'Brien -- we're talking about President Obama, who really hammed it up this year.
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