Because there's a first time for everything (including things there really shouldn't a first time for), this is a video of a guy hitting the rapids slows with a six raft stack. Does he also own one of those really tall bicycles? Probably. I was really hoping something more exciting was going to happen like the raft stack tipping over and this guy going flying or him getting smacked in the head by that drone buzzing around, but no luck. *shrug* I guess you can't win them all. Or, if you're like me, you can't even win a single one, not even if you cheat. "Cheaters never win." So I should stop doping before Clue is what you're saying.
This is a video of Youtuber Warped Perception's German Shepard April trying to catch water in her mouth, filmed in slow motion. The weird part? The water she's trying to catch is being spit from the mouth of the guy filming. Apparently it's her second favorite thing to do (how do you even start doing that?) in the world besides eating carrots. My dog isn't into that, although she will try to eat the air if I blow at her with beef jerky in my mouth.
This is LEGO GTA, a worthwhile digital animation combining LEGO and Grand Theft Auto. It made me wish that Rockstar and LEGO would team up to make an actual LEGO Grand Theft Auto game. Of course that will never happen because LEGO probably feels it would tarnish their wholesome reputation, even though I make my minifigs throw massive orgies all the time, sometimes in outerspace.
This is a shot of the experiment conducted by high school (high school!) Health Occupation teacher Donna Gill Allen while teaching her class about germs and how they spread. I imagine a lot of kids learned an important lesson from this experiment. And that lesson is if you're going to make a sandwich with dirty hands, eat it right away and don't put it in a bag or it will get gross.
Thanks again to Jody, who agrees life is too short to care about not eating off the floor.
This is the cease-and-desist letter sent by Netflix to a Stranger Things themed pop-up bar in Logan Square, Chicago. As far as cease-and-desist letters go, it's probably the nicest one I've seen. The ones I get are not so nice and sound like they're written by people who wish me physical harm, presumably because they were written by people who wish me physical harm. "Those aren't cease-and-desists, they're letters from your prison pen pals." Why are they so angry at me? "You got them sent to prison, remember?" Oh yeaaaaaah.
Keep going for a handful of shots of the impressively decorated bar.
This is video of Youtuber Benjamin Große building LEGO's largest (7,541-pieces, measuring 33-inches long and 22-inches wide and weighing 19-pounds when complete) and most expensive ($800) model to date -- set 75192, the Star Wars Millennium Falcon. Benjamin estimates it took around 20 hours to build using the 500-page instruction book, which he condensed into a minute and a half timelapse for those of us who will never own the set ourselves because it costs $800 and diapers are expensive. "Wait -- you have children?" No I do not.
This is Independence Day: A Star Wars Story, a mashup of Independence Day and Star Wars in which Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum have to blow up the Death Star. It kind of made me want to rewatch Independence Day. Only kind of though. "Fascinating." Right? My life is like a novel. "What page are you on?" Hopefully the blank one at the very end and I just don't know it yet.
Steak Knife Holder and steak knives. This holder3d printed in PLA plastic and designed to hole three steak knives. The knives included are not super expensive, but they are sharp.... they are actual knives.
Buyer assumes all responsibility for safety once purchased.... seriously, steak knives set backwards in a knife block? Use your best judgement when displaying, using, populating your home with animals or children... or drunk people.
Man, that is NOT the knife block I would want to stumble into while I'm blindly rummaging around in the kitchen in the middle of the night looking for a midnight snack. Obviously, that knife block would be soft and breast shaped. Wait -- did I just invent something?! "No." Damn, I guess it's back to the drawing board. "You mean the wall in a bathroom stall?" Yes I do.
Thanks to if industries, for daring to think outside the box.