Watching a video of a camera travelling around the conveyor belt of a sushi restaurant doesn’t sound like fascinating viewing. But you’d be surprised.
Anything that is just a bit bizarre, a bit strange, a bit confusing, a bit weird or just a bit “Off The Wall”. Videos with a difference can be found here.
Hello Kitty is not actually a cat, despite its name and feline appearance. This news comes courtesy of Sanrio, the makers of Hello Kitty, which insists Hello Kitty should be taken to be more abstract than literal.
This seems to have upset and astounded lots of people, but I cannot quite understand why.
This biker is either the luckiest motorcyclist in the world ever, or the unluckiest, depending on your point of view. He was unlucky to hit the car in the first place, but what happened next was incredibly fortunate, skillful, or both.
It’s all over, folks. It’s time to pack up and go home. Life is no longer about raising a family and being happy, it’s about twerking that fat ass. Apparently.
This isn’t me saying so, it’s Nicki Minaj. Yep, that woman with the fat ass and less talent than one of the hairs on my big toe.
Bill Gates is the latest famous person to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. But Gates actually went above and beyond the call of duty by doing some fun.
Playing pranks on strangers is an extremely stupid idea. Unfortunately, pranking videos are big business on YouTube. I blame Ashton Kutcher.
Pranks are especially ill-advised when your targets are groups of men standing around in the dodgier parts of town, and your idea of a prank is saying or doing something designed to make them angry.
A new YouTube channel called Game Of Awkward looks set to take off in a big way. Why? Because Game Of Thrones is massively popular, and this channel is editing GoT scenes to give them a decidedly different twist.
Spoofs are extremely hard to pull off. Which is why Blazing Saddles and Spaceballs are held in such high regard for actually working in an otherwise disappointing genre.
Space Station 76 is a new entry into the genre, being a spoof of retro sci-fi films. It’s a sci-fi thriller made as if it was 1976, which sounds odd but may actually work.
Minecraft is a gaming phenomenon. It’s simple, available on almost every platform you can think of, and beloved by those who play it.
However, how on Earth do you explain what Minecraft is all about to someone who has never played it?
As a bit of a grammar Nazi myself, it’s refreshing to see this subject tackled in a song. Even better, in a song by Weird Al, who from this moment forth can do absolutely no wrong in my eyes.