This is the $50 Illumiknobi designed and sold by Pin & Tumbler Studio. Not only was it geniusly named, but it lights up when you approach it at night so you can see where it is. It's powered by a single coin-cell battery, which can allegedly power the knob for a whole year. Obviously, it's perfect for finding the bathroom door at night without fumbling around and waking your partner. I mean, at least not until the earsplitting diarrhea.
This is a shot from a mall (does anybody recognize it? And does it have an arcade and Orange Julius?) where the computer operating a fancy twisted display got hit with a dreaded blue screen of death. Man, it's been a while since I've seen one of those. Boner pill pop-ups? All the time. I welcome them with open arms like an old friend you have to hug from a distance.
Thanks to Linby, who agrees the mall IT department ain't what it used to be.
This is a video from not the MGM Grand starring two boxing opponents simultaneously knocking each other out. The way they both crumble at the exact same time doesn't even look real, it looks like a cartoon. Man, I still remember the last time I got KO'd. "Bar fight?" Fell out of my bunk bed building a pillow fort.
Keep going for the video, but the 2XKO is at 0:50, followed by extreme ref confusion.
Because some people don't know when to just let something burn, this is a video from Samara, Russia of a BMW X6 that caught fire and a septic truck extinguishing it with a stream of liquid waste. Man, if only Youtube videos were scratch-and-sniff. "You're saying you would scratch this one." Absolutely, and anybody who says they wouldn't is a liar or can't because they don't have fingernails.
This is a video of Chinese martial artist Xiao Qiang repeatedly taking the invisible step trick to the next level and appearing to jump on water. Now that is impressive. For reference, I got lightheaded standing up from the toilet too fast this afternoon and hit my head on the coat hook on the inside of the stall door. "Jesus, you need stitches." I AIN'T NO SNITCH.
Keep going for the video while I superglue my hand to my head.
Because everybody needs a hobby, this is a video of possible Steve Aoki impersonator and Youtuber Pupsi (I'm more of a Cuke guy myself) covering Smash Mouth's 'All Star' using nothing but the wind instruments he constructed from various melons. And speaking of melons-- "Boobies!" I swear, I can't take you anywhere. "We're at a strip club." WE'RE HERE FOR THE BUFFET. Now fill your pockets with that diced honeydew and don't even think about getting a lap dance afterwards.
Keep going for the video while I fill my pockets with boiled hotdogs. Song actually begins at 1:45, everything prior to that is instruments construction.
This is the 'X Ray Anatomical Gothic Skeleton Cat Necklace Jewelry - Macabre Witch Witchy Pagan Wiccan Skull Anatomy Animal Halloween Necklace Jewelry' designed and sold by Etsy shop BirchPleaseHQ. The laser-cut acrylic necklace is printed with UV inks, measures about 2.5-inches by 2-inches, includes a nickel-free or silver-plated chain, and costs $33. It even has a little mouse in its stomach! Me? I've never had a mouse in my stomach, but when I was younger I would take the ball out of the bottom and swish it around in my mouth waiting to connect to AOL.