Like something out of a 1950s horror film, this giant Texan spider looks like it’s about to devour the unsuspecting cop. But in reality, it’s just a great optical illusion when the spider crawls right in front of a police car dashcam. Halloween is in the air.
The only thing better than a traditional Rickroll is a Rickroll that takes eight months to play out.
YouTube user Gibi, who runs a popular gaming channel in addition to an ASMR channel, did just that, sneaking lyrics to Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” into months worth of videos. To celebrate her 1 million subscribers, Gibi took the well-known internet prank to another level, and the wait was well worth it. Read more…
Death Grips shared a pretty gross new video yesterday for their latest single “Shitshow” off of their forthcoming LP Year Of The Snitch. The clip was directed by Zach Hill and Galen Pehrson and as one might infer from the song’s title, it prominently featured close-up footage of a man wiping his ass. There’s … More »
Shots are heard at YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, where employees fled in panic.
The Slow Mo Guys were guests on The Late Late Show and to show what they do, they filmed host James Corden as they threw a dodgeball at his cheek. The slow-motion instant replay shows Corden’s face being warped by the pressure but, all in all, he took it like a complete champ.
If you do not like to click on links, there’s a chance you’ve worried about this corgi in the past day or so. This corgi, a very cute one, looks like it’s about to be thrown from a plane.
Friends, there is no need to worry. This corgi, whose name is Karma, is totally fine. The boundless abyss you perceived in the image above is actually a blanket of snow. Karma doesn’t even need a parachute.
The video is good on the grounds that it involves a dog playing in the snow (a flawless genre), but it’s still stressful to watch every single time. For a split second, I truly believe that Karma is about to be flung into the void. Read more…
Two of CupcakKe’s videos have been removed from YouTube. As Pitchfork points out, the rapper tweeted that the videos for her songs “Deepthroat” and “Duck Duck Goose” were removed from the platform and a notice on both now reads: “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s policy on nudity or sexual content.” … More »
Sprays of bullets become sprays of paint as the guys unleash their inner artists at 1000 FPS. The Super Slow Show, only on YouTube.
Gav and Dan go medieval on some modern day items with the help of a massive catapult. The Super Slow Show, only on YouTube.