Chalk Warfare 3.0


Chalk Warfare is by special effects channel SoKrispyMedia and shows epic, running gun battles unfolding where the fighters use chalk to draw and create their weapons to pound their enemy with. So, say they wanted an AK-47 to blast their opponent with, they just have to draw it and there it is.

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UNICEF PSA About Poop in India is Bizarre


Using characters that look like Mii avatars and roping in the talents of Life of Pi composer Shri, UNICEF have created a very strange public service announcement to persuade Indians to take their poo to the loo—after a guy wakes up from a night’s sleep he’s greeted by a giant turd, which proceeds to chase him through the streets.

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Pyro Board: Visualizing Music With Fire


The folks over at Fysikshow have upped the game when it comes to using fire to visualize music—taking the Rubens’ tube (google it) and turning it all the way up to 11, they’ve made the Pyro Board which features 2,500 holes to give fire-breathing life to whatever sound they want.

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Land of the ‘C U Next Tuesdays’


Gather the family round, because it’s time to journey to a world full of c#nts — or at least, people saying the word c#nt, a lot. And not just anybody but celebrities which makes it all the more enjoyable. If you can count up the number of times the word c#nt is mentioned in this two and half minute video and send your answer on a postcard then you truly are a c#nt.

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NBC AnchorMan Brian Williams Raps “Gin and Juice”


Brian Williams doesn’t immediately strike you as the kind of guy to be sipping on some gin and juice while his mind is on his money and his money on his mind—but he is in the mind of Jimmy Fallon, who remixed various newcasts of Williams on his Tonight Show to make it sound like he was rapping the lyrics to “Gin and Juice” by Snoop Dogg.

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Avril Lavigne’s New Music Video is a Real Test of Stamina


The warning’s in the song title really. Anything called “Hello Kitty” was always going to be pure ear-bleed for anyone over the age of 13, but it’s not just the music that will teach you how to hate, the video itself is all kinds of terrible (so terrible in fact, it looks like Vevo have pulled the video from both their YouTube and Vimeo pages). The colors, the appropriation of J-Pop, the weird juxtapositions.

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Tour the World Through Song With: Playing For Change’s ‘Clandestino’


Manu Chao is just one musician to feature in this collaborative track, which starts off in Morocco and then proceeds to tour the world as different instruments are brought into the mix until the song builds into a “Global Roots Reggae-Latin jam”— whatever one of those is. But it doesn’t matter, because it sounds great.

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‘O Canada’ by KRNFX f Maiko Watson


National anthems are never that great, and Canada’s “O Canada” isn’t exactly an earth-shattering tune, lets just say it’s not going to trouble the iTunes charts any time soon. That is until it gets an awesome facelift by beatboxer KRNFX who’s transformed it into something that could find it’s way onto people’s summer playlists. Add to that singer Maiko Watson and you have a national anthem that hits it out of the park.

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SpongeBob Shows Us Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lucky’ Through the Ages


SpongeBob Squarepants seems like the sort of sea sponge that would be into Daft Punk, so he’s the perfect host to take you on a tour of the French electronic music duo’s mega-hit Get Lucky through the ages – And it’s going to be a wild, wild ride!

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Fight Erupts on Airplane After Argument Over the Teletubbies


Don’t pretend you’re in any way better than these people who have chosen to exchange unpleasantries in an enclosed space thousands of feet in the air with not a care for their fellow passengers. The Teletubbies can inflame even the most calm amongst us. Even the Dalai Lama has been known to turn violent when someone disagrees with him about who is the best Teletubby. Sh#t just got real bro’.

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Everything Wrong With The Matrix In 12 Minutes Or Less


The Matrix is, without doubt, one of the greatest movies ever made—and I will fight anyone in bullet time who says otherwise. But that doesn’t mean to say it hasn’t got its flaws and inconsistencies which CinemaSins are happy to point out in 12 minutes or less—and they point out 85 of these crimes against coherency.

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The Hallucinogen Honey Hunters of Nepal


When you think of psychedelics (if you ever think about them, which you should), you probably wouldn’t think of honey as being a substance that can cleanse the doors of perception. But in Nepal tribes hunt a certain type of wild honey (known as “mad honey”) which has natural psychoactive properties, and how they do it is explored in this very cool documentary.

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YMS: Megan is Missing


If you’ve had the misfortune of seeing Michael Goi’s movie ‘Megan is Missing’ then you’ll know you wasted precious moments of your life that you will never get back – it’s a poor attempt at showing how the internet can be a dangerous place. The movie is basically one long faceplam and the acting hits a new low in ‘bad’, making it the perfect material for ‘Your Movie Sucks’ to come along and put it in its place. So save yourself an hour and a half of boredom and just watch this instead.

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IT’S MONDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


It’s Monday which, lately, means you can discuss spoilers for Game of Thrones on the internet for those that haven’t seen it yet—and if there’s one thing to make your grumpy, hungover self feel better on a Monday morning, it’s the schadenfreude derived from ruining someone else’s enjoyment of a TV show they love and wait in anticipation to see each week. You’ve got to take your pleasure where you can on a Monday—but before you do that, check out the links below.

One Long Long Night in the 212 Room


Call it an art film, call it a fashion film, call it whatever you damn well want, but you’ll find yourself gripped over the next few minutes of your life — gripped by its deft use of lighting and the precise and inventive angles of the camera and the craftmanship with which it’s been shot. And, of course, the models. Let’s not forget them.

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How to Make a Sick Mountain Bike Edit


Yo bro! That was a sick edit dude! These are the words you might hear if you too knew how to make a sick mountain bike edit. An edit that would spread over the internet like wild viral fire and show off your friend’s mountain bike skills and your own sick, sick editing badassness.

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Funny Or Die Reveal the Creationist Cosmos


You might be watching Neil deGrasse Tyson on his show Cosmos and wondering why there isn’t more talk of why science is fake. Well, Funny or Die are here to fill that hole with Creationist Cosmos which aims to debunk all that silly science nonsense.

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Tai Chi Masters Battle


The ancient art of Tai Chi, where the simplest of movements can cause your opponent the gravest of injuries. It’s a discipline not to be smirked at, only respected — even just watching this video might cause you physical harm, such is the power of the practitioners being filmed. Just don’t drift off to sleep.

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