It took five years, but it was totally worth it. A team of robot builders decided to create a real life WALL-E, scaling the robot to recognizable items in the movie (like VHS tapes and a Rubik's cube).
Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope buy signs from homeless people in the Boston area for $10 and give them a new hand-painted sign in its place. They also share the stories of these people on their Tumblr Signs for the Homeless to raise awareness.
Shark Week is here! Shark Week is here! We can finally stop living like it's Shark Week, because it's actually Shark Week! We're not the only one's who are excited by the prospect -- these animals also seem pretty geared up. (We're going to pretend the costumes were their idea, and not their owners.)
What's better than a cat? We know, we know -- what a preposterous question, but really, what's better than a cat? A cross-eyed cat! These cats' silly faces should make your day better. All without the horrible itching and wheezing that comes with encountering actual, real cats. Enjoy!
You'd think kids would like 'Smurfs 2.' After all, they liked 'Space Chimps,' and 'Space Chimps' was terrible. But in this 'Funny or Die' video not even the least discriminating children enjoy this awful film
We really, really feel for the poor guy in this video. Having once broken a babysitter's fingers on a roller coaster because we are so afraid of heights, we can definitely relate. However, that doesn't mean we aren't laughing at him.
"Excuse me ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention please?" That is the beginning of every subway commuter's least favorite train experience. (Okay, maybe not *least* favorite -- last week a guy pulled down his pants and rubbed his naked butt on the seat right there in front of everyone. Sidenote: wear pants on the train.) This time there's a twist though: rather than begging, this guy is bragging.
In the same vein as that incredibly magical rendition of 'All I Want for Christmas Is You,' Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and a bunch of grade school instruments are once again making awesome music. This time it's a cover of Robin Thicke's nonstop hit 'Blurred Lines.'
What do you mean 12 is an abnormally high number of cemeteries for a town with a population of less than 40,000? That would seem perfectly normal, if you'd grown up in Sunnydale. Here are 14 other signs you call Sunnydale home.
Having a bad day? We know it sounds weird, but maybe Skeletor from the classic '80s 'He-Man' cartoon can help you. These empowering words to help you get through tough times come from the Tumblr Heal Yourself, Skeletor.
Coming in at number four on our list of "Reasons We Don't Want a Ferret,*" is "they will steal the wallet right out of your pocket." This video justifies that particular item's high placement on the list. A person who gets their wallet stolen feels like a fool. A person who chases a ferret to get their wallet back has pretty much lost all dignity.
Yesterday was Harry Potter's birthday. (We are *so* embarrassed that we forgot.) To celebrate, 'This is the End' star Simon Pegg got dressed up as Ron Weasley and showed up on Jimmy Fallon's show to wish him a happy birthday.
We love this? It's hard to say, because we don't know yet whether or not this black cat version of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" is going to give us nightmares or not. Right now we *think* we love it, but we'll know for sure after we sleep on it
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