This surfer picks up a seemingly never-ending , perfect wave—and it cannot get more totally tubular dude.
Los Angeles-based comedian and video artist Jo Luijten (aka SquirrelMonkey) imagines what the popular dating app Tinder would have looked like if it was around in the 1980s.
If you long for your car to have that race car sound but don't have the funds to buy a race car exhaust, why not try this ingenious Russian hack.
There are some interesting parallels between our current presidential election and “Captain America: Civil War.” Both of them feature former friends who are now enemies, along with powerful men and women who are also cartoon characters.
They may be aliens living amongst us, and this woman might be one of them, how else do you explain what she's able to do? Incredible.
April 27th, 2016
Getting frisky on an airplane doesn't come without it's risks, and this darkly comedic sketch shows just how tragically wrong joining the Mile High Club can go.
April 27th, 2016
Cats are the most metal of all the animals, more metal even than sharks, and if you have any doubts let this compilations set you straight.
It's a mean trick to play, but this guy decided to spook his kitty using a remote-controlled spider—but don't worry, it all ends well.
April 18th, 2016
Idiots and supercars are a match made in fail heaven, if you ever doubted that just check out this hilarious montage and you'll see just exactly why.
Daisy Ridley performs Star Wars: The Force Awakens rap with human beat box John Boyega on this awesome bonus feature.
Why does it always have to be spiders, huh? Why couldn't it be a less horrific insect like a caterpillar?
Corridor Digital's latest video sees remote control cars and drones fight off battery bandits to save the life of their teddy bear friend.
Cats always land on their feet and the BBC shows how with a slow-motion view and commentary on the kinetics involved in a fall by a caracal.
This guy pranks his girlfriend with what is a pretty simple math riddle, and fortunately he filmed it too so the world can laugh at her stupidity.
5 year old Jordan puts us all to shame and shows us how to write a hip-hop song in 30 seconds—watch out Kanye!
While these wipeouts might not be too much fun for the people involved, to watch them be engulfed in giant waves is delightfully awesome.
This is Séan Garnier and prepare yourself to be wowed by his skills—that means you too Ronaldo and David Beckham, who are no doubt cowering at Sean's soccery might.
This type of burnout from a car going into overdrive is the sort of thing you only see in video games, well until now that is.