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  • July 25, 2014
    Meet Bunch O Balloons, a system for filling up to 100 water balloons per minute invented by father of eight Josh Malone. Because when it's your job to fill water balloons for eight kids, you're gonna find a way to make that shit easier on yourself. Same goes for putting them ... / Continue →
  • July 14, 2014
    This is a series of photos showing the process that sad and single ARuFa used to turn an ordinary shower head into a beautiful girlfriend. And by beautiful I mean she looks like the girl who craws out of the TV in The Ring. Is he like...going to pleasure himself to that? Wha... / Continue →
  • June 30, 2014
    This is a point of view trip down the 17-story Verrückt slide at Kansas City's Schlitterbahn water park. It basically looks exactly how you'd expect -- like you're about to die. Also, I didn't know you rode the slide on a raft. I thought you rode it bare-assed. Well not BAR... / Continue →
  • June 30, 2014
    Cool helmet, Jacques Cousteau. This is a video demonstrating what happens when you crack an egg underwater (and deep enough for the water pressure to have an effect). I actually posted a better version of the experiment back in 2012, but maybe you weren't reading then. Hell,... / Continue →
  • March 14, 2014
    This is a pool built by Agor Engineering that has a wooden floor that can be raised and lowered hydraulically (previously: these concrete ones). You can adjust the height too, so if you just want to sit in tit-deep water and sip cocktails, you can do that. Or you can make it... / Continue →
  • February 25, 2014
    Ladies first, I insist. This is a commercial for a Mercedes F-CELL vehicle featuring Hollywood couple I'm not familiar with Joshua Jackson (who I researched and discovered is famous for being in Mighty Ducks and on Dawson's Creek) and Diane Kruger (who I did not research but a... / Continue →
  • February 14, 2014
    This is the video of James Nolastname and his father rescuing two deer stranded in the middle of Albert Lea Lake in Minnesota. How the deer managed to get that far out in the first place is beyond me. Apparently the father/son team managed to rescue three deer that day. And,... / Continue →
  • January 8, 2014
    This is the giant aluminum sea serpent skeleton designed by artist Huang Yong Ping and installed in the Loire River where it empties into the Bay of Biscay near Nantes, France. It was not modeled after a real sea serpent. Although it looks like it may have been modeled after-... / Continue →
  • January 8, 2014
    This is a short video of ice boulders washing up in Glen Arbor on Lake Michigan. When reached for comment, the Ice Witch had this to say, "Want to rub my nipples?" Nice try lady, but you're not turning me into an ice sculpture. The giant ice balls form in just-below-freezin... / Continue →
  • December 10, 2013
    This is the third snow-related post in a row. That must be some sort of Geekologie record. One that will definitely won't be going down in the history books and probably won't be remembered by a single person after tomorrow. God willing, I'll drink it out of my memory before... / Continue →
  • November 19, 2013
    This is the world's tallest waterslide being built at the Schlitterbahn park in Kansas City. When opened next summer, the Meg-a-Blaster will drop thrill-seeking bathing suit wetters 140-feet, reaching speeds over 62MPH. You know, I've been on these kinds of slides before. Th... / Continue →
  • November 14, 2013
    Narnia!? This is a video created by NASA's Conceptual Image Lab depicting the 4-billion year evolution of Mars from a water covered, potentially habitable planet to the red shithole wasteland it is today. Wow, Mars -- you f***ed up hard. Reminds me of my freshman year of col... / Continue →
  • November 7, 2013
    This is the $55,000 *spit-takes blood* Yin Yang Couple's Bath bathtub. It's actually two separate tubs so you and a lover can bathe together, but without them poking you with their disgusting little toes. It's perfect for failing marriages that haven't quite progressed to sle... / Continue →
  • September 27, 2013
    In a groundbreaking discovery, the Mars Rover Curiosity has confirmed the presence of water on Mars. How much? About two percent of the soil, or two pints per cubic foot. Unfortunately, the water molecules are "bound to other minerals in the soil," so filling a swimming pool... / Continue →
  • August 23, 2013
    A group of scientists in Australia claim they've developed a beer that helps prevent hangovers by adding electrolytes (the little lightning bolts found in Gatorade), which promote hydration and help prevent your pee from being the color of rust the next morning. The new creati... / Continue →
  • August 9, 2013
    This is a video demonstration of Aquatop, an interactive display projected onto the surface of a milky bath (made using bath salts -- actual bath salts, not the drug that makes you want to eat other people's faces) using a projector and Kinect motion controller. I am going to ... / Continue →
  • July 26, 2013
    Because Santa has been looking for an excuse to buy a boat, the North Pole is melting and now a shallow lake sitting atop a sheet of ice. No word if it's deep enough to drown a naughty elf in, but I bet I could do it. *holding underwater* MY BIKE'S WHEEL CAME OFF, YOU LITTLE... / Continue →
  • July 24, 2013
    Some bro in Germany sealed his BMW to make the interior waterproof then filled it up with what appears to be swamp water and drove his buddies around in the thing until he got pulled over for driving a pool. Did I mention they'd been drinking? I'm as shocked as you are. Per ... / Continue →
  • July 17, 2013
    This is some beautiful footage of Niagara Falls shot with a GoPro camera mounted to a DJI Innovations Phantom quadrocopter. It's really awe inspiring. You know, a lot of the time it seems like Mother Nature is just out to kill us all, but then a video like this comes along an... / Continue →
  • July 16, 2013
    Remember a couple months ago when scientists discovered the oldest known water on earth, believed to be between 1-billion and 2.6-billion years old? Well now they've drank it, and from the sound of things it isn't going to win any blind taste tests between Pepsi and Coke. Per... / Continue →