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  • November 24, 2015
    This is a video compilation of all the non-doctor performed amputations in the Star Wars film franchise. It was pretty brutal. I can't help but always feel bad for that wampa every time Luke cuts its arm off. I know he was going to kill and eat him, but over time I kind of g... / Continue →
  • November 11, 2015
    Every year Anthony Herrera designs a new set of Star Wars themed paper snowflakes (previous years HERE, HERE and HERE. These are this year's designs (links to download page with printable PDFs), all based on The Force Awakens. I was going to try making them all but my mom sai... / Continue →
  • October 21, 2015
    This is Luke's Lost Hand, the first release in Saber Cuts, a series of Star Wars severed limb actionless figures handcrafted by Alessandro Randi (aka Codec Zombie). Each 2.8-inch handpainted resin piece comes numbered and signed and costs $90 - $125 depending on where you buy ... / Continue →
  • October 16, 2015
    This is a video of modern samurai/all around badass Isao Machii drawing his blade and slicing a 160km/h (99.4MPH) fastball in half. Damn, the Dodgers really could have used him last night. Hit the jump for the video and GO CUBS.... / Continue →
  • October 2, 2015
    This is the green flame jack o' lantern made by a high school chemistry teacher. It presumably distracted students long enough to look up from their phones for a second, then back at their phones to take a picture. Want to make your own? We're in luck! Well, I'm completely ... / Continue →
  • October 1, 2015
    Because sometimes experiments don't need a hypothesis, this is a video of the Slow-Mo guys whacking different colored blobs of Jello with a tennis racket at 2,5000 frames/second. It cuts them into little square worms. You think they ate the Jello afterward? I would have, but... / Continue →
  • September 30, 2015
    The Skarp Laser Razor is a $190 razor that cuts hair with a laser instead of a blade. It's an already funded Kickstarter campaign (they've collected more than $2,000,000 with an intial goal of $160,000), presumably because people are tired of nicking their balls trying to shav... / Continue →
  • September 1, 2015
    This is a tutorial video made by former NASA engineer Mark Rober (who apparently has a lot of young looking friends) showing you how to make it look like you skinned a watermelon. Basically you use a knife to cut the rind off a watermelon until it's all red, sand it smooth wit... / Continue →
  • July 16, 2015
    This is a series of high carbon (very strong) steel utility knives designed by Japanese Blacksmith Toru Yamashito to resemble five different species of whales. They cost around $50 apiece and are not balanced for throwing although that will absolutely not stop me from throwing... / Continue →
  • June 18, 2015
    This is Merlin the cat modeling the dragon haircut he got courtesy of the Main Lion Cat Grooming Salon in Bumf*ck Paoli, Pennsylvania (it's behind the Starbucks on Plank Ave). I'm not sure how much the dragon cut costs, but their lion cuts go for $65, so probably somewhere aro... / Continue →
  • June 11, 2015
    These are several shots from cat owners in Japan that have turned the back of their cat's heads into Totoro by applying pieces of cut paper. This one is pretty spot-on, but the last couple -- I'm not sure if those people aren't good with scissors or what, but they look more li... / Continue →
  • June 5, 2015
    This is a red-hot knife built by certifiable crazy person Colin Furth that can cut and toast bread at the same time. He built it using a modified microwave transformer. Could you imagine sawing your own arm off with that thing? Do you think it would it cut and cauterize the ... / Continue →
  • May 19, 2015
    This is the $27 SURVCO Tactical Credit Card. It fits in your wallet and combines over 20 different multi-tool features including axe, seatbelt cutter, bottle opener, saw, wrenches, nail puller, spear and more. To work as an axe though it has to be mounted to a stick. That st... / Continue →
  • May 15, 2015
    The cross-bladed axe is the brainchild of Instructables user KH4 and can cut a log into four pieces with a single swing. For reference, that is twice as many pieces as a regular axe can. Of course it probably takes more power to drive a cross-bladed axe, but I'm practically m... / Continue →
  • May 15, 2015
    The Sandwich Knife actually consists of two knives, with one blade offset vertically so when you cut from a loaf, it keeps the bottom of the two pieces of sandwich bread attached. They'll cost around $30 - $40 depending on how quickly you order one, and whether the Kickstarter... / Continue →
  • April 27, 2015
    Because part of taking care of a pet is making them look ridiculous as possible, dog owners in Taiwan are getting their pet's faces cut and shaved into circles and squares. I want my dog's head shaved into a star. But I want his butt shaved into an easy to clean area, because... / Continue →
  • April 20, 2015
    This is the 13-inch Kniper, a $75 throwing knife multi-tool designed by Urchin Sky. You can throw it at things, or use one of the other twenty-two tools, including a tobacco pipe. I'm going to throw it at my toes to teach them a lesson about always stubbing themselves on the ... / Continue →
  • April 20, 2015
    Scythe Festival, or world's worst Renaissance Faire? Because rural England, this is some footage from the West Country Scythe Festival of two men doing battle in a grass cutting competition. The shirtless beast with the scythe absolutely destroys the sissy with the safety hel... / Continue →
  • March 10, 2015
    These are the wooden NES cartridge cutting boards (technically "Retro 8 bit Game Cartridge Cutting Boards" because copyright laws) made and sold by Dave Stencil of Etsy shop CuttingBoredom. They're available in walnut, cherry, maple and mahogany and come in a 9" x 10" version ... / Continue →
  • January 12, 2015
    This is an instructional video from Dave Hax showing you how to steal extra pieces from a frozen pizza after you've cooked it. Basically you cut a strip out of the middle in both directions, then put the now significantly smaller pizza back together, then cut slices normally. ... / Continue →