This Animation of Unsatisfying Situations is Guaranteed to Frustrate


Parallel Studio, a Paris-based motion design team have created this very amusing but very unsatisfying animated short film that shows various annoying, frustrating, and disappointing situations that happen in everyday life. From the vending machine that doesn’t quite vend to a basketball that bounces around, but doesn’t fall down, the hoop.

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Couple Announces Pregnancy as a Scary Horror Movie Trailer


When most couples announce that they’re going to have a baby, they pile on the cute and make it really cheesy—but not Gavin Holt and his wife who, with a bit of well-timed editing and John Carpenter-style music, announce the news in the creepiest way possible.

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Stranger Aliens—Why When We Find Aliens Do They Always Act like Us?


In fiction, both novels, films, comics, and other forms humans have for a long time imagined alien beings from other worlds and other planets, but often their emotions and physiologies closely mirror our own. Most science fiction looks at alien life as human-esque, and it’s not something just found in fiction, but modern scientists also are clouded with this notion.

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7 Ways a Trip to Mars Could Kill You

7 ways a trip to Mars could kill you

Even though humans probably won’t be going to Mars for at least another 15 to 20 years or more, it seems everybody is obsessed with what conditions on the planet will be like. This latest video comes from Vox who take a look at ways a trip to the hostile red planet might end you.

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Mike Love’s Reggare Song ‘Permanent Holiday’ Features Some Epic Pedal Skills


You might start watching this video and think why is this musician sitting bare foot—but then you’ll soon see why because he’s just as musically skilled with his feet as he is with his hands. He’s basically Mr. Multitask, a skilled musician with a damn good voice too.

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Musician’s Amazing Cover of Daft Punk’s ‘Harder Better Faster Stronger’


Musician Lorenz Rhode performs a full talkbox cover of Daft Punk’s “Harder Better Faster Stronger” and shows that to perform it accurately, you don’t need lots of fancy post-production. You can in fact do it live using a keyboard and talkbox-synthesizer and that’s exactly what he does.

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A Compilation of Sovereign Citizens Getting Owned


If there’s one way you’re going to piss off a cop, it’s by not answering his questions. These people, sovereign citizens and freemen-on-the-land, make things ten times worse for themselves by refusing to cooperate and in the process riling the cops.

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Woman Kills it With Longboard Dance Routine


Most people use longboards to race downhill at speeds that are extremely dangerous yet exhilirating, but this woman uses it for something else entirely. She uses it to perform an impressive dance routine which can’t be easy at all, bouncing around and keeping her balance while riding along on four wheels.

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Animation Details the Mind-boggling Scale of the Universe


As the noted cosmologist Carl Sagan said there are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on all of the Earth’s beaches. But equally, there are more molecules of H20 in only 10 drops of water than there are stars in the universe. But how can we imagine such concepts and vast volumes when they’re so huge?

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‘Saving Private Ryan’ Re-edited as a Tarantino Movie


Saving Private Ryan basically becomes Inglorious Basterds in this trailer edit by Mashable which boots Steven Spielberg out from the director’s chair and replaces him with Quentin Tarantino. So if you were ever kept awake at night pondering what the classic war movie might be like had it been directed by Hollywood’s enfant terrible, this will show you.

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Watch Colorful Skateboarding Tricks in Super Slow Motion


Filmmaker Darren Dyk augments standard skateboarding fun with some colored powder and some super slow mo filming. Shooting with a high-speed camera at frame rates up to 6,900 frames per second the tricks become something far more mesmerizing—and a lot more messy.

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