The most sweary film in the history of sweary films gets the honest treatment from the guys over at Screen Junkies—and they happily revel in the fact that it has a lot of x-rated language in it, along with x-rated scenes of debauchery and Jonah Hill’s schlong. Which people really didn’t need to see.
Those free to play app games can be highly addictive—the sort of thing that consumes your life and makes sure your wife leaves you and you end up in squalor. But this clever guy has figured out a way to avoid such a terrible fate, by creating a machine from Lego and Arduino which plays the game, Jurassic Park Builder, for him.
The Parks & Recreation actor Aubrey Plaza looks into the dastardly side of Ring Pop, those popular fruit flavored lollipops that look like a giant diamond ring. Popular in the 1980s and 90s, the video reveals that, while they may seem like innocent fun, they were harboring darkness. Oh the darkness!
The giant squid, a majestic and beautiful creature – or as a monster? it’s long captured the imaginations of people, since way back when we were kids and saw the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea film with Kirk Douglas, and James Mason as Captain Nemo—OK, sure, it might’ve interested a few people before then too.
Memory cards, they’re robots in disguise! At least, they are in this video which shows a microSD card that doesn’t just store endless photos of your cat, but instead it’s a tiny robot with a jet pack that can run, fly, swim, battle magnets, is impervious to X-rays, can bust through walls like they were made of paper AND has a parachute. Surely it deserves its own Michael Bay movie?
Chris Turner may look like he’s a nerd who couldn’t rap for shit, but just wait until you see him in action. Taking suggestions from the crowd for subjects to use—the more unfunny they are the better—he then proceeds to make a rap from these disparate elements.
Do you know your Memphis Jookin from your East Coast Swing? Of course you don’t, but you’ll be a lot wiser of what moves you’re unable to bust on the dancefloor after watching this A to Z of dance from director Jacob Sutton, who’s captured some of the best dancers in the world shaking their moneymakers atop the roofs and on the streets of LA.
As dumb ideas go, this is up there with the best. Two girls realised they’d never punched anybody and also that they might, just might, look good with a black eye. So what’s their bright idea? To punch each other in the face and see how that works out. No idiots were harmed in the making of this. OK, maybe just two idiots were harmed in the making of this.
DJs have to train very hard these days—and they have to train one particular part of their anatomy, which is their index fingers. Their fingers have to be at the top of their game, at an absolute Olympian level of competitiveness and physical fitness so that when they finally get their overpriced asses in the DJ booth they can push buttons with an elite level of skill not seen since the days when Hungry Hippos was the toy du jour.
Prepare your “HOLY SHIT!!!” face because you’ll be needing it quite a bit over the next few minutes as you schadenfreude your way through this compilation of people driving so badly that new levels of idiocy. Maybe they should cut back on the GTA sessions, especially just before they go out for a drive somewhere, as they seem to be blurring the line between reality and fiction. Or maybe they learned their skills behind the wheel at the Hans Moleman school of driving.
Do deaf people masturbate too much? It’s probably not something you think about that often, but Jehovah’s Witnesses do nothing but think about it. Mainly because they are selfless individuals whose sole purpose in life (and beyond) is to help others stop touching themselves. So they brought out a video using sign language (lots of hand gestures you’ll know only too well) to tell them to stop with the self love already. So kind.
Good weekend? Bed, Bath and Beyond? A quarrel with the wife about what color to paint the bathroom? Kids pestering you to take them everywhere and anywhere but where you want to go? Work is a sanctuary so why not welcome the new week with smiles and optimism. This is what your life has become. Try not to have a Falling Down moment. The weekend’s only 5 days away. But on the bright side you’ve got these links to enjoy.
- Bubble Pr0n – You have a filthy mind.
- 360° Bike Ride Filmed Using 6 GoPro Cameras – Trippy timelapse.
- Study Finds Earth Located In Lamest Part Of Universe – Lame.
- Dutch Reporter Interview Fail – How not to conduct an interview.
- Cringeworthy Song About Social Media – Worst song ever?
- Sherlock Parody – A woman has a bomb strapped to her nether regions.
- One Man’s Saturday Morning… For 3 Months – Poor guy.
- A Tour of the British Isles in Accents – UK regional accents = LOL.
- NASCAR Driver’s Car Bursts Into Flames – Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s crash.
- Girlfriend Falls Off Motorcycle – Someone’s getting dumped.
- Cameron Diaz On Female Grooming – She goes pretty indepth.
- Anti-Upworthy Random Headline Generator – Things that don’t matter.
Some Christians hate gays, most people hate those Christians who hate gays. Can we not all just get along in peace and harmony and hold hands and suck each other off, both gay, non-gay, man, woman, just like the rhesus monkey? Jesus was gay and so was God and so are you.
It might not be throwback Thursday or New Music Monday, but screw all that, because here’s a blast from the past from the unholy alliance of Aphex Twin and Chris Cunningham, that is probably one of the creepiest videos to ever have existed—and even though it’s now getting on a bit at nearly 20 years old, it’s still abjectly terrifying and totally mesmerizing, as a group of kids with the grinning face of Richard D James run amok on a highrise concrete estate. DAFUQ?
Way back in 2004 there used to be funny stuff on terrestrial television—sounds bizarre right? But it was true, and proof of that is this ace sitcom which starred Matthew Holness, Richard Ayoade and Matt Berry. The show was set in a hospital in Essex, UK which is built over the Gates of Hell, and is written by a fictional horror writer called Garth Marenghi, played by Holness who also stars in his televisual magnus opus.
It’s Saturday morning, so time for a little rewind in time a bit to the summer of last year when Pogo worked his remix magic on Mary Poppins, a childhood classic that you’ll no doubt have very fond memories of — the only way you wouldn’t is if somebody wiped memories from your mind. And this reworking of the film, including Dick Van Dyke’s terrible cockney accent, is what you might call catchy. Very catchy. One listen just won’t be enough.
Back in March a mind-melting horror show of a video surfaced on the internet that looked like it showed Emma Watson being unmasked to reveal she’s actually Sofia Vergara in disguise (possibly a bit nsfw if you have a latex fetish). It was kind of freaky and weird and awesome in the same way that a Chris Cunningham Aphex Twin video will unnerve and compel you at the same time.
You don’t expect to be getting life-lessons from a commercial, but this Thai advert about life insurance is inspirational and delivers a message we’d all do well to heed more in our daily lives. It follows an unsung hero as the people less fortunate than him that he helps on a daily basis.