The Best of Lost At E Minor
The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.
The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.
Duck..dodge!…weave…side-step…dodge again! Maybe the best way to win a fight is just to keep moving, avoiding blows and never actually throwing any yourself. It certainly seems like a good idea when you see the guy in the YouTube video challenging random people on the street to punch him in the face… or rather he challenges them to TRY and punch him in the face.
Seven years ago, when his 13-year old daughter asked if a single-wheeled motorcycle that she had seen in a video game could ever exist, engineer Chris Hoffmann set out to find out. Now, after many years of painstaking designing, his daughter’s dream has come true. Introducing RYNO, the world’s first ‘micro-cycle’, a futuristic-as-hell piece of kit that balances itself forward and backwards while relying on the user to maintain sideways balance.
Trust me, no matter how silly this game is, no one can deny the challenge of searching for a hidden dildo. ‘Where’s Waldo’, the famous children’s book wherein you have to locate the hidden hipster, now has an adult version, ‘Subtle Dildo’. Or as we like to call it: ‘Where’s Dildo’.
Keeping your beard groomed and looking its absolute best takes a lot of work. And if you’ve been sporting a beard for a while, you might know about beard combs-tools especially designed to delicately brush through that facial hair. Well now there’s a new product on the market that not only tackles your beard, but also gets rid of unwanted vinyl records.
Talk about inaccessibility! Not only is this concept house located deep in the Scottish Highlands, but it’s mounted high above the ground on stilts. Roost House, created by French designer Benoit Challand, was inspired by the modernist architecture of Le Corbusier as well as the sculptural forms of Santiago Calatrava. Set several stories above the ground on an angular scaffold, the concept was created around the idea of a futuristic self-sustaining house.
You’ve probably seen Leatherback turtles on documentaries before. They’re the largest of all living turtles, with their front flippers growing up to 2.7 metres and the mean size being anywhere from 250 to 700kg. These turtles feed mostly on jellyfish, but if you look inside their mouths, you might think they’re more suited to dine on humans.
on January 1st of last year, Lorraine Loots decided to create one miniature painting a day for the 365 days. The resulting series, entitled Postcards for Ants, is truly incredible.
19-year-old graphic designer Cassandra perfectly captures the problems women encounter with their hair through a series of illustrations. In the series, she pits her hair expectations (usually in the form of TV commercial-worthy hair) against its harsh realities (often tangled, hard to manage, and downright frustrating to fix.) No wonder it takes forever for women […]
This video could be an advert for personal fitness, go-pro or an exposé on how slow the London Underground is. Either way, it’s awesome! YouTube team Epic Challenges take it upon themselves to race against the Tube in both short sprints and gruelling endurance.
We didn’t know cycling was into risqué nowadays. At the recently-concluded ‘Instituto Distrital de Recreacion y Deporte’ in Italy, the Colombian women’s cycling team became the center of attention after going up on stage with their head-turning outfits.
We all know about Pavlov right? The guy who experimented with dog training and taught his canines to associate the sound of a bell with food to the point where they would salivate when they heard it ring. Well, even if that doesn’t ring any bells for you (ha geddit), you’ll certainly love this video that also involve a dog and a bell.
Perhaps not the best pool to leave your kid unattended. The world’s deepest pool, called ‘Y-40 The Deep Joy’, is located at the 4-star Hotel Terme Millepini complex in Montegrotto Terme, Italy. It measures 21×18 meters (69×59 feet) and has a maximum depth of 40 meters (131 feet). That’s like diving the height of a 12-story building!
Wow, we are in awe of this biker-chick from Russia who is fighting a war against littering. Her only allies are her go-pro, badass motorcycle and f*ck you attitude. Posted to YouTube yesterday, this video shows a first person perspective of our heroine as she spots drivers carelessly dropping litter onto the road out of their windows.
What better way to bring a bit of unexpected hilarity into peoples’ lives than by surprising them with a hi-five? There is no better way… that is the best way. Actor, comedian and friendly guy Meir Kalmanson has recently released his video High Five New York.
This Shiba Inu might look adorable, but don’t be fooled, it has a heart as cold as ice. In the following videos by YouTube user ‘inosemarine’, an owner attempts to give his Shiba Inu a kiss, only to be denied. The dog employs various ways to reject its owner, including a foot to the face, slamming the door shut, and even letting its master drown.
Yet another picnic ruined by an marauding army of ants. Oh wait no, it’s just the new dinnerware collection from Evelyn Bracklow. German-based Bracklow, who works out of La Philie, has created many of the pieces in partnership with Etsy and the Rijks Museam in Amsterdam.
I’m telling you, this dog has the look to become America’s next top model – even his name is all about fashion! Jimmy Choo, a bull terrier, is quickly becoming an Instagram star, thanks to his owner who casts him in some imaginative photoshoots.
Why didn’t anyone think of this awesome concept before? ‘E-Nabling The Future’, an organization that creates prosthetic limbs for children in need, came up with the concept of superhero-themed prosthetic arms. So instead of an average prosthetic arm, kids would get a prosthetic Wolverine arm, complete with claws! Now who wouldn’t get excited over that!
Now here’s something that is just so inspirational and uplifting to come across. Paul Smith was born with severe cerebral palsy and this disorder makes holding a pen or brush an impossible task for him. However, as a young man, he discovered an unusual key to express himself. He taught himself to ‘paint’ by using just 10 of the symbol keys on a typewriter.
There are 7 billion people on this planet, each truly unique from one another. Or are we? Foodie app Zomato tells us that there are only two kinds of people in this world: The Coca-Colas vs the Pepsis, the dog lovers vs the cat lovers, the Apple fanboys vs the Android fanboys, and so on.