It's the bane of driver's ed classes and people with bad spatial relations across the world: parallel parking. And nothing's worse than a tiny spot that you can barely fit into, making a thousand-point turn to wiggle your car in. Unless you're Chinese stunt driver Han Yue, then you just spin into the spot and walk away, probably with a metal solo playing in the background.
Having a baby is a huge adjustment, as any parent can tell you. And as any dog owner can tell you, getting a puppy isn't exactly all snuggles and walks in the park, either. So it's important that they get along, for the sake of all of us, so you can make adorable videos.
Icebergs break off pieces of themselves all the time. It's calling "calving", and it's part of the natural process of a glacier melting and refreezing. But it's one thing to read about it, and another to see it actually happening.
Cats, as we all know, let nothing stand in their way when they want something. Especially not gravity, as we showed you with Spider-Cat, who climbed a wall to get at a laser dot. Well, meet his equally talented brother from another mother, Piggy, who climbs down refrigerators.
How complicated can F1 racers be? After all, they're just cars that go really, really fast and have custom body work, right? Wrong. Here's a video from Sauber F1 Racing's Matt Morris showing us just how wrong we were.
Many flair bartenders just throw a few bottles under their arms, catch them behind their back, light something on fire, and call it a day. Not Alexander Shtifanov, a contestant on 'Ukraine's Got Talent.' When he makes a drink with flair, he goes all out, incorporating all sorts of juggling tricks and stunts that leave the audience, and the judges, shocked.
Chemistry wasn't our best subject in high school, but we're starting to wonder if it's just the way it was taught to us. If all the videos they showed us in high school were like this, we would have paid a lot more attention.
OK, so they're not the Sharks. Or the Jets. Either the dancing street gangs or the sports teams. But they are cute...and they do get into a fight that would make hockey enforcers and football players proud.
Alexandre Dubosc is a French animator and director with a deep love of Tim Burton. And also baked goods, if this video he made is any indication. Because he didn't just put together a delicious chocolate cake as a tribute to Tim Burton...he made it into a zoetrope.
Meerkats have been studied by humans for more than two decades. Their unique society and behavior is of intense interest to biologists and animal behaviorists. They're also cute and unlikely to kill you, which are two big pluses.
The tradeoff is that they've gotten a little...used to humans. How used to them? See for yourself.
Chainsaws are a beloved American power tool, mostly because they let us be utterly irresponsible with something sharp attached to a motor. But some of us push the chainsaw to its very limits. Like this surprisingly precise grandpa, who wants to open his beer.
Most of the time, when a celebrity smacks a reporter, it's because the celeb is being a huge ego case. In Will Smith's case, though, we've got to agree with him. Especially considering the circumstances.
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