- Geek & Sci-Fi
As it turns out, people breathe a lot when accepting an Academy Award.
A cat is faced with a pressing dilemma: sniff the can of olives and go momentarily insane, or ignore the can of olives and remain curious.
YouTube star Andrew Huang used four red balloons in his amazing and unique cover of Nena's 80s hit '99 Red Balloons.'
Because you need it in your life, here's a trailer for the Michael Bay version of Pixar's animated classic 'Up.'
This might be the strangest and most impressive cover that you'll hear of 'Misirlou,' the opening theme song from 'Pulp Fiction.'
Some ambitious YouTubers used 'Grand Theft Auto V' to recreate the dirtbike scene from 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day.'
PS4, meet .50 Cal.
After a woman uploaded video of her mother using a cover of Buckcherry's 'Crazy Bitch' for her wedding march, they hit the YouTube comments to defend it.
If you've ever wanted to see a fat kid slice through dozens of bottles of water with a samurai sword in a driveway, this is the video for you.
The fact that Isaac can’t vote for 12 more years doesn’t mean what he’s saying isn’t important — he just wants everyone to know that if Obama wins again, he might kill every baby in the country.
When I was in high school, I was intensely involved with our debate team, as we competed in all of the biggest tournaments throughout the great state of Florida and the Southeast states.
Everyone's big on rehab and cleaning up your act these days, but let's face it: drunk people are hilarious.
YouTube has done something pretty amazing in the course of about five years, even by the standards of the Internet: gone from entertaining novelty to utterly ubiquitous.
There's an old saying in the music industry – He who spits hot fire shouldn't drink ice water.
Unlike most unintentionally hilarious videos, where you find yourself baffled trying to discover the very thought process of the person or persons making the video, the promotional videos for Cold Steel leave nothing to the imagination.
Seeing my first "shreds" video was a life-changing event, on par with getting my driver's license or touching my first boob behind the barn after my college graduation.