One very attractive young woman wanted to put men to a test, a social experiment test, by asking 100 of them if they’d have sex with her. No strings attached, right there, right then. The responses from guys might surprise you.
In celebration of May the Fourth, the team at Wired built themselves a LEGO replica of the Super Star Destroyer from ‘Return of the Jedi’, then proceeded to smash it to pieces. Because that’s what you do with $800 toys.
They were slow to catch on to the selfie trend, but at least they’re finally here. During last year’s Sloth Week (yes, there is such a thing) at the Costa Rica Sloth Sanctuary, this little cutie discovered a camera beside his bed. Curious, he decided to reach for it with just one hand (or claw), […]
After dreaming about mantises one night, Academy Award-winning director Zana Briski created her exhibit REVERENCE, a traveling exhibit of film, photography, and music. To promote it, she filmed hundreds of these insects up close as they go about their day, showing us their skin-crawling but spellbinding beauty. According to Briski, ‘REVERENCE challenges us to rethink […]
Normally you wouldn’t really like the idea of a dog standing in a room shaking off paint onto the walls, but for a very special project, these dogs were allowed to do just that. And in slow motion to make it even more artistic and interesting.
When five older men took to the stage of Britain’s Got Talent, Simon Cowell’s face said it all: snorefest. Naming themselves ‘Old Men Grooving’, these men didn’t look like much so the judging panel sat back to see what these old geezers had up their sleeves, not expecting anything. Oh boy, were they surprised.
If you’re a (hip hop/rap/bachata/Top 40) music fan, you’ll know that to make a music video – one that reaches millions of views – there’s bound to be a scantily-dressed lady somewhere in that clip. Sex sells and it’s apparent more and more these days. But what happens when a female artist turns the tables and objectifies men in her music video?
Self-taught artist Burch Scribbles has some amazing talent. He’s produced an illustration of Jay Z that’s so photorealistic, you’d think you were looking at a real photo.
You’ve probably watched Bruce Lee over and over again, trying to figure out how he moves so fast and flawlessly. And that nunchuka scene in Game of Death is one of the Bruce Lee highlights. So when one kid wearing the iconic yellow jumpsuit picks up his nunchucks, you don’t expect much. But this kid is no ordinary rugrat – he’s just as fast as Bruce Lee and can probably kick the crap out of all of us.
A while back a video emerged proving that every country song was exactly the same. Played at the same time, each one synchronized with the other. Well, guess what? All movie trailers are exactly the same as well, and this video shows why.
People excuse themselves to use the bathroom all the time. But things go viral when you’re a councilman in Texas forgetting to turn off your microphone while you use the bathroom mid-meeting. This is exactly what happened during a council meeting in Georgetown, Texas. A councilman excused himself to use the bathroom as the city’s pro tem Rachael Jonrowe continued to talk about infectious diseases.
Just another reason to book a ticket to New Zealand immediately. YouTube star Devin Graham, better known as ‘Devinsupertramp’, has released a new video that features a 200-ft natural slide that’s way better than any water park.
Here’s something that will make you do a double take – or triple take, even. YouTube user and artist ‘PortraitPainter Pabst’ brings a glass of water to life with a 3D illusion. By getting just the right perspective and shading, he manages to make the photorealistic drawing pop out of the page and into reality.
A 90-year-old tortoise had its legs eaten by rats, model aircraft wheels make her twice as fast now!
Jude Ryder’s 90-year-old tortoise Mrs. T had suffered irreparable damage when her legs were gnawed off by rats while she was hibernating in Pembrook, Wales. But wait a second, this story does have a happy ending.
In a campaign called ‘Ice Men’, the Beneficiencia Portuguesa Hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil, placed ice statues with visible internal organs in different parts of the city and let them melt away. As the day wore on and the ice men’s bodies slowly disappeared (an analogy of our own mortality), they left behind their intact […]