Unitaskers, as Alton Brown calls it, are kitchen gadgets built only for one purpose. Not only do they occupy precious kitchen drawer space, but they are a waste of your hard-earned dollars and just plain dumb. Here is his review of some of the dumbest kitchen gadgets found on Amazon’s markeplace.
We can’t help but nod our heads in agreeance as amateur animator GradeAUnderA explain why he thinks the English alphabet is stupid. I mean, do we really need the letter K? Check out this video of his typical rant and you might agree with him as well.
To usher in one of the most awaited films of the century, a weather forecaster from the UK’s Channel 5 News delivers the entire live forecast using puns from the greatest saga ever made, Star Wars.
They say that crime doesn’t pay. While that statement rings true for these bike thieves, crime paid in a way for us as it made for some really comedic moments. The video isn’t in English, but it’s pretty easy to understand what’s happening on screen. Teaching thieves a lesson has never been this glorious.
Literally. The scenario: Some dudes attached a ball sack to a drone and let it loose all over Hollywood. Naturally, hilarity ensued. It’s a harmless prank, but one that’s not rated G.
An eggplant that looks like a “thumbs up.” A strawberry that appears to be a butterfly. Heck, there’s even a hamster muffin. Check out these objects that resemble other completely unrelated objects. It’s a pretty cool collection of pics.
A Jimmy Fallon game inspires a couple to make the best pregnancy announcement ever but they didn’t make it easy on the soon-to-be-grandparents. Watch the adorable video of the parents playing The Whisper Challenge where they have to guess what their son is whispering over blaring music on noise-cancelling headphones.
Cats can be poopers but they sure aren’t party poopers! See how they turn it up in this video filled to the brim with partying felines. So put your dancing shoes on, groove to the music, and let’s PAWrty right meow! This is pure purr-fection.
Some people from Amsterdam were in for a surprise when they woke up to a ‘pimped out’ ride care of Max Siedentopf’s exercise in oxymoron with ‘Slapdash Supercars.” With masking tape on hand, the African-born photographer stealthily ‘upgraded’ run-of-the-mill vehicles in the dark of the night by slapping on custom-built cardboard body kits including fenders, wings, and even air scoops from Audis to Hyundais.
We’ve all come across two sides of the grammar spectrum from those who customarily correct people mid-sentence to those who couldn’t place a comma to save their lives.