Big Train Sexism Debate


Sexism, it’s everywhere, and this little sketch sums up nicely how most men respond to any woman trying to talk about women in society and how they might not be on equal footing with men. But it’s their own fault for being so illogical and not making enough sammiches to satisfy their man. If they could just stop being so irrational and spend more time in the kitchen, their problems would be solved. Joke!

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Supercut of Horror Movies Reveals the Ultimate Creepy House


Halloween has been and gone and that means it’s time to sit back and reflect by watching a decent scary movie. Or you could watch this supercut by Burger Fiction who have put some of the most memorable scary movies and blended them together to create the ultimate sense of suspense upon entering a creepy house.

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Fascinating Documentary About the Infamous Techno Viking


Techno Viking was one of the early memes that took off on the internet, a raver from Germany he was filmed confronting someone at Berlin’s Love Parade and a meme was born. This doc looks at what happened next, including a lawsuit by Techno Viking himself and the remixes the video spawned.

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Reggie Watts: Humor in Music


Reggie ‘Wait?’ Watts is a master of music-infused comedy and if you need proof then just take a watch of this video featuring him wowing the PopTech audience with his mastery and his scratching skills. He’s the sort of comedian you could watch and listen to until your mind collapses from old age or your eyeballs dry up because you haven’t blinked in 50 years.

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You Don’t Have to be Religious to Enjoy this Harmony Sung at a Bar Mitzvah


Whatever your attitudes are towards religion you can’t deny that it has some great melodies. Proof of that is this Shira choir singing at a Bar Mitzvah in Williamsburg, New York which is wonderfully rhythmic and the perfect music to let you escape the stresses of the day.

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A Beautiful Mind – Skateboard Innovator Rodney Mullen


Rodney Mullen is a pro skater who’s credited with being the originator of the ollie and inventing various tricks that have now become staples in skateboarding—tricks like the flatground ollie, kickflip, heelflip, impossible, and 360-flip. As such he’s a legend of the sport and an innovator, so it makes sense that he’d be a good interviewee. And he is.

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The Life Of A Geriatric is Rapped in this Amusing Song


It’s often said that although we all get old, you get to a certain age and you stay that age in your mind—so even when you become an octogenarian you still think you’re 35. YouTuber Offkey Steve raps about that paradox in his comedic song ‘The Life of a Geriatric Rap’ where we see an old guy bemoan his lot in life while stuck in a retirement home.

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The Pixies’ ‘Where Is My Mind’ Covered by Howling Dogs and Other Animals


If you’re a fan of The Pixies rather excellent track ‘Where Is My Mind’ which is the song that plays out Fight Club if you didn’t know, then you’re going to very much enjoy this video. It features a bunch of howling dogs and screeching cats recut to sound like they’re all singing along to one of the best songs ever made.

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Never Fall into the Trap of Responding When a Girl Asks You To Rate Her


In this sketch from comedy YouTubers Genuine Jerks a guy and a girl, two friends, are hanging out when the conversation leads the girl to ask the guy to rate her. He, idiotically, gives her a low number which is a big no-no in the first place. Then things just get worse.

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Denmark Fights Low Birth Rate With Bizarre PSA Promoting Baby-Making


‘Do It For Mom!’ That’s the title of this weird Danish PSA which is fighting against Denmark’s low birth rate by targeting grandparents and encouraing them to get involved. Not literally, that would be awkward, as the video notes, but they can help in other ways.

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‘The Karate Kid – The Untold Story’ is a Brilliantly Made Mockumentary About the 80s Classic


1980s classic The Karate Kid featured a boy called Daniel Larusso in a underdog beats the odds story that saw Larusso rise up and defeat the bullies and win the day. But what if that wasn’t the whole story? What if the film was actually based on real events? Well video ‘The Karate Kid – The Untold Story’ shows the footage that inspired the movie, filmed at a West valley high in 1983.

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