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Thursday, March 31, 2011

German Christian Garden is Pretty Cool Looking

This is the Marzahn Recreational Park's Christian garden. The text you see are passages from the Old and New Testament. It's pretty cool looking. There are more pictures here (btw, the site's in German, in case you couldn't figure that out).

TMNT/DuckTales/Pokemon Mashup

Smells Like Teen Spirit - ukulele version.

Inspiring. Or... something. (That guy's voice is kinda annoying. At least I can actually tell what he's saying. Couldn't say the same for the original.)

Basic Instructions.

Learn how to do the simplest things in life in the least useful ways possible. Yay webcomics!

How to use a semicolon.

This fun tutorial involves a picture of a gorilla, so you must read it. Now.

(I tried to think up a way to use a semicolon in this post. I failed. Or didn't try hard enough. Sigh.)

More smart funny.

Intellectuals, rejoice! (Semi-intellectuals, anyway. It's not THAT smart.)

Babies Having Conversation

You may have seen it, as its gone viral. Still, it's cute.

Chipmunk learns to use the Force.

Or at least fun snagging nuts with Star Wars figures nearby. Must have taken quite a while to get all these shots. End result is pretty awesome, tho.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

A Dramatic Reading of "Friday"

"James Urbaniak (voice of Dr. Thaddeus "Rusty" Venture) performs a spoken word version of "Friday" by Rebecca Black with Paul and Storm and Wil Wheaton live at "Wil Wheaton vs. Paul and Storm" at Largo, Tuesday, March 29, 2011."

NSFW: Music-Playing Condoms

A Ukrainian scientist has developed condoms that play music while you...yeah. This is entirely necessary.

Damn You Auto Correct! (may be NSFW)

If you don't know of the Damn You Auto Correct blog yet, you really should go look. It's one of the few things that makes me laugh consistently. Oh technology.

NSFW: Random Scene from an 80s Chinese Movie

Pretty NSFW. Also out of context, as this is not the whole movie (which is Zhong gui, aka Seeding of a Ghost). This is definitely a movie I must see.

That Random Guy in the Friday Video

I'm sure you've wondered who that random rapper in the middle of Rebecca Black's Friday is. Turns out he owns Ark Music Factory and was the writer of the song. For a look into his artistic process, go here.

Inspector Gadget can be BADASS.

You just have to let him spread his wings.

If you know the source of this image, please, tell me. It is just too awesome. Must post the gallery. Here's another one that's pretty dang good, as well, also from an unknown source:

Never enough photography.

More! MORE!

(Seriously, there's some really nice artistic stuff on this site. Check it out.)

Fast piano playing meets Super Mario Bros.

Dear lord.

Blind Dates are Terrible

These two met online. They had an internet relationship for a while, and decided to meet in person, only to discover that they are long-lost siblings. This reinforces my idea that internet/blind dating is terrible.

Vegetable Orchestra

Visions of Earth, 2010.

Sure, it was last year's edition, but the pictures are still pretty damn neat. Thanks, National Geographic.

Intellectual funny.

These images are a bit above and beyond the usual humor found online. No sharks or lols or fails - these are fairly thought provoking.


Tuesday, March 29, 2011

One-man Pokemon theme.

Dear god. I've seen it done before with other songs, but... to this extent...

A Machete-Throwing Slingshot

This thing is, like, MADE for Charlie Sheen.

How to Build a Steampunk Mouse

Instructions here.

EDIT: Thanks to James, here's a Steampunk keyboard and LCD Monitor to go with it. Complete the set!


From the makers of QWOP comes GIRP, another game that is insanely difficult. Have a go.

Man Glues Tiny Hat to His Head

Best Amazon item reviews ever.

Yes, you can actually order radioactive materials on Amazon. It's for educational purposes only!

Geeky Growth Chart

Have Kids? Nerdy? Now you can have one of those adorable growth charts to measure your kids' height, and see if they're the same height as R2-D2. it's available as a 7-ft pdf.

X-Men fans, read this comic.

It is hilarity. Poor Prof. X.

World Record for Belgium

Did you know Belgium hasn't had a government in 289 days? Neither did I.

Letters I'll Never Send.

Ever written a letter to somebody that you had no intention of sending? One that you needed to get off your chest anyway? Now you have a place to post the sucker. Anonymously, of course.

A neat site, and an interesting look at the spurned/mournful/angry/bitter/hopeful human psyche.


A neat sci-fi webcomic that's very story-driven. Well done, and obviously planned out waaaay in advance. So long as you don't mind the occasional long waiting time for a page, Zap! is a solid read.

Monday, March 28, 2011

12 Year Old Math Genius

This kid is very smart. Much smarter than I (I dropped math as soon as humanly possible). That project above is not his current work. He's currently trying to disprove the theory of relativity and the big bang theory. Read more about him here.

Stain-glassed window house.

DAMN fancy. And potentially quite painful if bastards with rocks are nearby.

Map Projections

Mapping is awesome looking. This first video is the history of Prague:

This is The Image Mill, done in Quebec City by Robert Lepage:

Best American Idol Audition Ever

Video Game As Art

This is Jeff Koons Must Die, an art project. It's a First-Person Shooter, where you run around with a grenade launcher destroying (or not) the artistic works of Jeff Koons.

Who says video games can't be art? Eat your heart out, Ebert.

Violin player incognito.

This is pretty neat, and pretty sad at the same time. Snagged from this place.

George Carlin on Stuff.

Gotta love this guy. RIP, you funny bastard.

Angry Video Game Nerd!

Or, at this point, the Angry Nintendo Nerd. Still funny. Be wary of his reviews, however, as they're filled with... questionable... language.

Pictures For Sad Children

Every time I read Pictures For Sad Children by John Campbell I get increasingly confused. And I love it.

Strange Star Trek Tattoo

See the rest here. Oh my.

Manly Guys Doing Manly Things

Manly Guys Doing Manly Things is a great comic by Kelly Turnbull. Click through to read more.

3D art - but not the kind you'd expect.

Or anyone would expect, for that matter. Lightly NSFW.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Strings are SO passé

This hyper-touch guitar uses touch screens instead of strings. You can also change the settings from six string to twelve string. It's very fancy.

3D sidewalk art.

Does this guy get paid for such things? Probably not. Definitely should, tho.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Revenge Tale of the Fake Girlfriend

This revenge story is kind of epic and hilarious. Good on ya, Xiaxue.

Adorable and Terrible

This is cute. And bad. And the reason why you have to be VERY careful what you say in front of children.

What is Seen Cannot Be Unseen

Click through to see it. You are warned.

The End of the World.

It's an exciting time, and everybody worldwide has approximately the same voice!

Complaints Choirs

I love this idea. This came to my attention because there's a brand new Complaints Choir project in Toronto, however this seems to be a global movement, having started in Finland. Turning negativity into art is lovely.

EDIT: Toronto's aforementioned Complaints Choir:

The Clap-Off Bra!

The Clap-Off Bra from Randy Sarafan on Vimeo.

This is exactly what it sounds like - you clap, the bra falls off. (In case you don't want to risk some NSFW material.)

The things you find surfing Facebook. Oi. Find out more here.


Drinkers will never fail to invent new, better, equally pointless ways to chug down booze. Just imbibe the stuff and pass out already.

This site is also funny.
It has many an image. Look, and be amazed.

Slow Motion Sneezing

Provided by Jesse. Thanks!

Dad's at Work!


Dad's Home!

And he's fuckin' CRAZY

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Tu Vuò Fà L'Americano Hand Dance

French Black Monolith Commercial Thing

I guess this is a commercial. It's weird. It'd be amazing if I were high.

Royal Wedding Memorabilia is getting ridiculous

This is just stupid.

Gaka Music Video

Scuba Shoes

Jessica Simpson is adding scuba fins to her shoe collection. Also why is this my third shoe post? I don't gave a shit about shoes...I'm not a real girl, I swear.

RIP Elizabeth Taylor.

Here's a goofy little clips from one of her movies to commemorate her. Class.

To drink, or not to drink?

I wonder if every booze-lover has a mental process like this.

Mt. Roraima, Venezuela.

The shot of this mountain needs to be seen in full to be appreciated.

What a strange place. It looks almost man-made.

High-flying photography.

Enjoy some neat island chain shots. Amazing what an aerial view will do to a picture.

6 Reasons to Ride a Polar Bear to Work

You need a reason?

Make your own Mario Coin Block

It really shoots out coins.

Scrap Metal Transformers

These are totally awesome.

Kiss Your Grandmother!

...or else! This 92 year old lady brought a gun into the mix when refused a kiss. People are weird.

Newswipe makes fun of news reports.

And rightfully so. They're boring.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Do Not Steal Laptops

You are looking at video of a laptop-stealer. This is the price he pays. Revenge is a dish best served cold.

The Incident at Tower 37

Another short film for you. "The Incident at Tower 37 (2009) is a ten-minute HD animated film, written and directed by Chris Perry and produced within the collaborative animation curriculum at Hampshire College." It's lovely.

This pug (I think it's a pug?) is on a sled.

But how did it get there?

This little girl knows what she wants.

Job first, marriage second. Screw the stereotypical housewife thing! JOB!

In Honour of Shatner's Birthday

Secret message! Ooo!

Any idea where this came from? (Aside from, presumably, Tumblr?) Let us know via comment.

Dominic Deegan, Oracle for Hire.

I've been following this webcomic for years.
It's a fantasy-based tale of a seer, Dominic Deegan, and his various world-spanning misadventures. A decent plot with some funny puns, though it has a tendency to move off the point a bit at times. Still well worth the effort of reading... if you have time to wade through, like, a decade of almost daily strips.

Monday, March 21, 2011


Blinky™ is an AWESOME short film. Cute and creepy all in one. Also...PG13 (violent). You are warned!

Learn to Disco

I got this from Karl. And now you know!

Madonna-Inspired Shoes

Kobi Levi has designed these, based on Madonna's 'Blond Ambition' tour.

Did you think Forrest Gump was entirely too long?

Here's the whole thing in a minute!

Friday goes death metal.

MUCH better.

Old Greg. (Gregg?)

I can't remember what show this is from, but, god is it weird.

Movies in 5 Seconds.

Awful quality, but, hilarious. Poor Rocky.

Comic Book Cakes


Dental Office Symphony Conductor

So, as I job hunt, I occasionally come across some weird job postings. This is very creative.

Shoe Car


Pokemon gets all deep and sentimental.